TV Series created by Arthur Mathews
Toast of Tinseltown
Toast of Tinseltown (w/t) follows Steven Toast as he moves to Hollywood and attempts to become a movie star.
Sequel series of "Toast of London".
Matt Berry shines "a weird and wonderful light onto a different topic" each week.
Toast of London
A sitcom which focuses on Steven Toast, a middle-aged actor who has a chequered past and spends more time dealing with his problems off stage rather than actually performing on it.
The show is set in 1969 in 'Swinging London' and delves into late 1960s culture and involved the characters in various ridiculous situations in this setting.
The show is based around Ray Purbbs, who is the editor of a counterculture magazine called Mouth which he produces in his flat in Notting Hill Gate.
Big Train is a sketch comedy show created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, writers of Father Ted. It first aired in the UK in 1998.
The show features surreal and absurd sketches, often with recurring characters and themes. A second series was broadcast in 2002 without Linehan's involvement.
Father Ted is an Irish sitcom about three priests and their housekeeper living on Craggy Island. The show follows their daily misadventures.
The main characters are Father Ted Crilly, Father Dougal Maguire and Father Jack Hackett. The show is known for its absurd humor and satirical take on Irish Catholicism.