Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell and Nihal Arthanayake with your weekly guide to the best (and worst) in new TV and streaming shows.
Save Our Squad with David Beckham | Tokyo Vice | 1899
Nihal, Scott and Hayley review Save Our Squad with David Beckham on Disney +, BBC One’s Tokyo Vice and 1899 on Netflix. Plus, Scott has THOUGHTS on this series of Bake Off.
The Crown S5 | The English | Mammals
Nihal, Scott and Hayley review the fifth series of The Crown on Netflix. Plus, The English on BBC One and Mammals on Amazon Prime Video
The White Lotus S2 | SAS Rogue Heroes | The Peripheral
Nihal, Hayley and Scott review season 2 of The White Lotus on Sky and NOW. Plus, new BBC One drama SAS Rogue Heroes and The Peripheral on Amazon Prime Video.
The Power of The Doctor | The Devil’s Hour | Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois
Nihal, Hayley and Scott review Jodie Whittaker’s regeneration episode of Doctor Who. Plus, reviews of The Devil’s Hour (starring former Doctor Who Peter Capaldi) on Amazon Prime Video and Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois on Channel 4’s YouTube channel.
Somewhere Boy | Sue Perkins: Perfectly Legal | The House Across the Street
Reviews of Somewhere Boy on Channel 4, Sue Perkins: Perfectly Legal on Netflix and Channel 5’s The House Across the Street.
The Elon Musk Show/Maxine/Industry
Nihal, Hayley and Scott discuss The Elon Musk Show, a documentary about the world’s richest man, the Channel 5 drama Maxine, and the second series of the HBO/BBC investment bank-based drama Industry. Scott also brings news of John Cleese’s signing to GB News, and another rebrand for ITV.
A very enjoyable, informative podcast about British TV
I love this podcast. Every week, the three presenters go through the best of British tv, and discuss the latest shows. It comes across as listening to a group of knowledgeable friends, which is my favourite style of podcast, and they all really seem to enjoy each other's company. I laugh about something with every episode. A must if you are looking for something new to watch.
Stop giggling at every sentence!
Why why why must you giggle at the end of virtually every single sentence when it's not even warranted in the first place? Drives me crazy. I want to listen but I can't because of it. Your content is really good but the giggles are nuts.I’m sad to stop listening. Wish you would fix this. If you did, I’d be back really fast.