With the scene alternating between Monday and Tuesday, Lynda, Spike, Sarah and Kenny try to piece together what happened when a member of the Junior Gazette tried to blackmail Lynda, only for Lynda ...
Television news reports that a member of the Junior Gazette team has been killed during a siege. Flashbacks show that a gun enthusiast had taken exception to a story that the paper printed about gun ...
Greenclaws was a big green monster who lived in a greenhouse. The man who played Greenclaws was Nick Mercer. Every week, Iris would visit Greenclaws. They would put one of Greenclaws' ... See full summary »
Two Scottish children discover that not only is The Loch Ness Monster real - but that there is a whole family of 'Nessie'. Most of the yellow creatures are named after a personality trait like Eager-Ness, Sad-Ness or Silly-Ness.
Oh, God, why did I write that. No-one will read any further; people make similar claims so freely about any old rubbish. -But in this case it's TRUE, dammit.
Hilariously funny in every episode, seriously emotional in some, tautly dramatic in most, with great performances from a very young cast (Julia Sawalha is more famous for other shows, but she has never had a better role)... look, trust me, everyone who has watched this show loves it. It represents the triumph of the script by an individual (Steven Moffat) over the script by committee.
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