Monday’s best TV

  • The Guardian - TV News
A lighthearted look at the programmes that mean the most to comic Rory McGrath, time for some reflection as the Bloomsbury Set settle down and a scary look at the nuclear secrets of Sellafield. Plus a visit to a British couple making a new life as sea gypsies and an examination of other Britons caught up in Peru’s cocaine trade

In a weekday series that began last Monday, Brian Conley chats about old telly with “some of our favourite celebrities”. Rory McGrath is put in that category today. He and Conley banter in a humour vacuum about Andy Pandy, Troughton-era Doctor Who, The Telegoons and the lost Postgate & Firmin cartoon The Seal of Neptune. It becomes less stilted when the clips move on to McGrath’s own career, including They Think It’s All Over, some televised Footlights, and writing for Frankie Howerd. Jack Seale

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