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Comedy Playhouse (series 16)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The sixteenth series of Comedy Playhouse, the long-running BBC series, aired during 2014, with only three episodes.

Background

The sixteenth series, consisted of three episodes, each of which had a different cast and storyline. It was announced that Miller's Mountain was going to be made into a series, whereas Monks was not. No decision was announced regarding Over to Bill.

Miller's Mountain was renamed Mountain Goats and a six-part series aired on BBC One from 14 August 2015.[1] The series received overwhelmingly negative reviews.[2][3][4][5][6]

Episodes

Title Writer(s) Airdate Duration Overview IMDb link
Over to Bill Doug Naylor 29 April 2014 30 mins When BBC weatherman Bill Onion (Hugh Dennis) is fired in a departmental shake-up, a blackly farcical train of events begins which ends in his humiliation in front of a prospective employer from another network. Also starring Neil Morrissey as Jez.
Miller's Mountain Donald McLeary 6 May 2014 30 mins A hugely energetic studio sitcom set around the antics of Jimmy Miller (Jimmy Chisholm) and his ragtag family of Mountain Rescue volunteers. When the naïve and enthusiastic Conor reports for his first day as a volunteer, Jimmy, the shambolic old rescue hand takes it upon himself to teach him the 'ways of the hills'.[7] It won best comedy/entertainment program at the 2014 British Academy Scotland Awards and in 2015 was progressed to a 6-part series for BBC Scotland called Mountain Goats.[8]
Monks Danny Robins 13 May 2014 30 mins Gary Woodcroft (Seann Walsh) is in his late 20s and has never done a single useful thing in his life. He's been the living definition of the word 'chillax', straddling a narrow line between unemployed and unemployable. Then, after years of dubious benefit claiming, he finds himself finally threatened with prosecution. Faced with the real prospect of prison, he decides to do what anyone would... run away and hide in his local monastery. Also starring James Fleet as the Abbot.

References

  1. ^ https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b066gfc7
  2. ^ "Mountain Goats review – 'Who are these people, who'll laugh at anything?'". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Friday's best TV". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Miller's Mountain, Comedy Playhouse - BBC, TV review: The return of Comedy Playhouse is no laughing matter". Independent. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  5. ^ "Matt on the Box: New Tricks, Who Do You Think You Are, Mountain Goats and Young Free and Single". The Custard TV. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  6. ^ "Mountain Goats (BBC1) Review". UK TV Reviewer. Retrieved 25 November 2016.
  7. ^ "Miller's Mountain, Comedy Playhouse - BBC, TV review: The return of Comedy Playhouse is no laughing matter". The Independent. 6 May 2014.
  8. ^ "BBC's mountain rescue comedy - set against the backdrop of Glencoe - aims to scale the peaks of humour". Daily Record. 9 Aug 2015.

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