Watching…

It’s about to be officially Spring but it really hasn’t sprung yet. It’s still cold and damp and just generally very grey so here’s some great telly to get stuck into whilst we all wait for it to warm up. This Country (BBC) This award winning mockumentary follows the lives of young people in rural…

I’ve been watching…

I’m not sure why anybody would care what I’ve been watching but it’s an excuse to talk about some of my favourite programmes and with the Winter nights drawing in what could be better than snuggling on the sofa to watch something brilliant. Nigella Regular readers of my blog will already know about my frankly…

Must See TV 

Yesterday I had a migraine. I wouldn’t say I suffer from migraines. I know people who do and they’re delibilitaring and awful. I get probably two, maybe three, a year. Not entirely sure what triggered this one but there you go. Today I am left with that awful post migraine fog. The sore head and stiff…

TV Picks

For reasons too absurd and long to go into we currently have access to Virgin, SKY, Netflix and Amazon Prime. Due to this televisual abundance I have become rather choosy about what I watch. Why watch yet another Top Gear repeat on Dave when THERE’S SO MUCH GOOD TELLY ON! So with that in mind here…

The Secret 

The Secret (ITV) currently has the nation gripped. The drama is based on the true story of dentist Colin Howell and Sunday school teacher Hazel Stewart murdering his wife and her husband in Coleraine, Northern Ireland in 1991. It’s one of those stories that if you didn’t know it was based on real life events you’d say it was too far fetched, too…

Indian Summers

The second series of Indian Summers is currently airing on Channel 4. I loved the first series and I am loving the second one even more. Set in early 30’s India, the Indians are fighting for independence whilst the British are desperately clinging to power. It was customary for the Brits to desert the cities in the…

Must See: Drama

I love a good story. Books, theatre, film, television… I’m really not all that fussy about the medium. I don’t like daytime TV. It is mind numbing on the whole but give me a good drama any day. A box set? EVEN BETTER. My husband, who works in TV, might love a box set even more than…