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Audible offerings from your pals at TV Cream, incorporating What We Just Watched and Creamguide (Films) Commentaries!

    Nick Abadzis watches Signals: The Day Comics Grew Up

    Nick Abadzis watches Signals: The Day Comics Grew Up

    Nick Abadzis - writer and illustrator of the fantastic Laika, among other things - stays indoors in New Jersey, across the Hudson River from Manhattan - to watch a 1989 episode of the Channel 4 arts series Signals, entitled The Day Comics Grew Up (which you can view at https://bit.ly/TVCIndoors16) – and then tells TV Cream about it. This episode was recorded in May 2020.
     
    You can find out more about Nick's work at his website.

    • 34 min
    John Grindrod watches Signs of the Times: That Little Bit Different

    John Grindrod watches Signs of the Times: That Little Bit Different

    John Grindrod stays indoors at his partner's in Milton Keynes, and watches an episode of the 1992 BBC2 documentary series, Signs of the Times: That Little Bit Different (which you can view here: https://bit.ly/TVCIndoors15) - and then tells TV Cream about it.

    • 35 min
    Ingrid Oliver watches Me & My Girl

    Ingrid Oliver watches Me & My Girl

    Ingrid Oliver stays indoors in a flat in Ashford with no outside space, and watches the first episode from series four of the LWT sitcom, Me & My Girl (which you can view here: https://bit.ly/TVCIndoors14) and then tells TV Cream about it. This episode was recorded at the start of May 2020.

    • 41 min
    Roger Highfield watches Timeslip

    Roger Highfield watches Timeslip

    Roger Highfield, Science Director of the Science Museum stays indoors in Greenwich to watch episode one of the ATV children's sci-fi serial Timeslip, and then tells TV Cream all about it.

    • 35 min
    Karen Bartke watches Neverwhere

    Karen Bartke watches Neverwhere

    Scot Squad's Karen Bartke stays indoors in Glasgow to watch episode one of Neil Gaiman's BBC2 series Neverwhere and then tells TV Cream all about it.

    • 37 min
    Tommy Boyd watches Press Gang

    Tommy Boyd watches Press Gang

    Back in the 1990s, Tommy Boyd was the face of Children's ITV. During his stint, his enthusiasm for Steven Moffat's debut drama, Press Gang, was undeniable. He'd often introduce it as "the best programme on TV". But... three decades later, is he still as enthused?
    In this special episode, Tommy stays indoors in Chichester, West Sussex, to watch episode one of Press Gang (https://bit.ly/TVCIndoors11), and then he tells TV Cream all about it.

    • 40 min

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