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Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (28 of 30)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,466,261 - Total Helpful Votes: 28 of 30
Richard Herring - Christ On A Bike [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Richard Herring
5.0 out of 5 stars One of his best., 9 Jan 2012
Herring says he resurrected this show due to never having had the chance to film it for DVD and therefore a lot of people who had come to his stand up more recently would never have seen what he considered to be his best show. Indeed, watching it it's not hard to see why. The subject matter is very well researched and dealt with at face value, making it a lot more accessible to anyone of faith rather than of an atheist outlook like mine. Far more importantly though, it's very funny, and by having a strong narrative thread to the show it hangs together really well, working towards an definite end.

Being a Go Faster Stripe recording, the extras are good and numerous as ever. The… Read more
I'm Proud Of The BBC - Single <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Im-Proud-Of-The-BBC/dp/artist-redirect/B0049090F8">Mitch Benn</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
I'm Proud Of The BBC - Single Mitch Benn MP3 Download
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
A nice little number with a good message. Support the 'I'm Proud Of The BBC' movement and make it clear that we want the BBC to retain it's independence and continue to produce quality output rather than British broadcasting become a Murdoch-esque waste land of lowest common denominator programming.
The Peter Serafinowicz Show [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Peter Serafinowicz
The Peter Serafinowicz Show [DVD] DVD ~ Peter Serafinowicz
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
It's a bold statement, but I defy you to find another sketch show that is so consistent in providing hilarity. One of the things that makes this show stand apart is that despite the format, it doesn't rely on the overuse of characters or the same jokes being repeated each episode but just with some vague twist that brings you ultimately to the same punch line. Instead, when characters such as Brian Butterfield (easily one of the great overlooked comedy characters of the last decade) reappear there is no set format and indeed the sketch can therefore go anywhere, keeping the ideas fresh, unlike shows such as Catherine Tate's and Little Britain where there is something of a case to be made… Read more

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