TV Series Starring Hugh Dennis
Yorkshire Airport follows the remarkable stories and characters at the heart of Leeds Bradford Airport, as it attempts to reinvent itself as one of Britain's most successful regional airports. The series will reveal the behind-the-scenes characters responsible for the smooth running of all things airside; ensuring that aircraft and passengers are boarded and unboarded in the shortest time possible.
From the baggage handlers to maintenance staff, these are the folk who the public don't meet and often for good reason! Their chores can be both diverse and demanding.
Take a trip to a zoo like no other, as Jürgen the silverback and his oddball gang of gorillas reveal a secret world of talking animals. From boisterous wise-guy baboons to beat boxing giant tortoises, penguins with an identity crisis and vegetarian lions - anything is possible!
The series follows The Zoo's colourful cast of animals and their keepers as they go about their daily routine; from the everyday jobs such as clearing up poo and dishing out meals, to major talking points of rumoured new arrivals. With a trusty narrator to delve into the zookeepers' factual take on events, he also able to converse with the animals to uncover their side of the story, revealing comical observations and hilarious misinterpretations of events.
Fast and Loose
Outnumbered and Mock the Week star Hugh Dennis hosts this BBC2 show in which a team of up-and-coming comedians show of their improvisational skills in a range of games and sketches.
A semi-scripted sitcom where two parents have to deal with 3 precocious brats make their own script up in arguments with their parents.
Not Going Out
Sitcom following the jokes, jibes and general misunderstandings of happy-go-lucky Lee, his best mate Tim and the object of Lee's hapless affections, his landlady and Tim's sister Lucy.
Mock the Week
Mock the Week is a political comedy improv show from the producers of Whose Line Is It Anyway? The series features teams of comedians improvising sketches about current political events in a humorous and ofter satirical manner.
George Sunday is a mild-mannered shopkeeper who has an "alter ego". Whenever danger threatens, he changes into the superhero "Thermoman" and rushes off to save the world. One day, Thermoman saves Janet Dawkins from certain death when she falls into the Grand Canyon. He takes a fancy to her and decides that he wants to get to know her better. He tries to get to know her as "George", since he doesn't want her to know about his "alter ego". Things don't go quite according to plan, however. George soon has to reveal to Janet that he's really Thermoman. She accepts him anyway and the two end up living together.