TELEVISION / Critical Eye
Tuesday 13 July 1993
'I have a feeling that Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais may have struck that pot of gold with this gutsy new musical sit-com.' Pam Francis, Today.
'The sense of deja vu pervading Over the Rainbow was so strong it amounted almost to a mystical experience. It sports an old-fashioned duo - Neil and Spence - that makes any halfway sentimental comedy-lover openly pine and snivel for the days of Bob and Terry and Fletch and Godber.' Lynne Truss, Times.
'Angeline Ball is one of those actresses who would be sexy in a bit part in Ibsen and, in a pert script like this, is quite irresistible.' Max Davidson, Daily Telegraph.
ReviewThese heroes in a half shell should have been left in hibernation
Sek, k'athjilari! (That’s “yes, definitely” to non-native speakers).TV
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Indian footballer Peter Biaksangzuala dies after injuring spine doing somersault celebration
- 2 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 3 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming that the street artist's identity has been revealed
- 4 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 5 Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'
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Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
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London bus driver allegedly kicks gay couple off for kissing
Amal Alamuddin calls for the return of the Elgin Marbles from Britain: 'Injustice has persisted for too long'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage