Catch Up With Onion Land
The last remnants of your Easter Eggs are starting to look like wicked reminders of pure liquid gluttony. Spring is officially here, though some parts of the country seem to have swapped sunshine for snow. As you stop to take a breath, you realise this seemingly barren period in Onion Land is actually filled with glorious programming you might have missed!
There’s a number of TVO regulars cropping up in various shows at the moment, and as some of them won’t be on catch-up for very long, we thought it was as good a time as any to give you a brief round-up.
For starters, Colin Hoult and Steve Oram appeared in the Easter Special of Life’s Too Short – the mockumentary series about Multiverse head-honcho Warwick Davis. Oram’s also been regularly appearing in Heading Out with Sue Perkins, and all six episodes can be caught on catch-up at present.
Then there’s our full blooded TVO shows to savour – with It’s Kevin halfway though it’s initial run, and all episodes available on iPlayer, you can savour Kevin Eldon, Julia Davis, Justin Edwards, Matt Berry, Alex Kirk and many more joining The Actor, Kevin Eldon for some full blooded titting about. The show continues on Sunday evening.
Over on 4oD is every episode of Anna & Katy – the silly channel-hopping style sketch show from Anna Crilly and Katy Wix, which also features appearances from Fergus Craig, Colin Hoult and David McNeill. The show wraps up next Wednesday.
There’s also the brand new series of Game Of Thrones featuring Paul Kaye airing on Sunday evenings, which is available on catch-up exclusively to Sky customers, alongside Dan Clark and Katherine Parkinson in Love Matters.
If radio is more your thing, don’t forget that Matt Berry returned for Series 2 of I, Regress last night on Radio 4, who are also in the middle of a rerun of Knowing Me Knowing You… With Alan Partridge.
And if repeats are all you crave, you’ll be pleased to know that Mongrels will be heading to freeview channel Dave from April 12th. All this, plus the release of Sightseers on dvd and blu-ray, and a wealth of archive materials available from our TVO Amazon Stores now! Get stuck in!
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