Monday, 29 November 2010

TV Picks: 29 November - 5 December 2010 ('Al Murray's German Adventure', 'A Question Of Sport', 'Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights', 'The Morgana Show', etc.)

Monday, 29 November 2010

Ian Hislop's The Age Of The Do-Gooders (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary suggesting that 19th-century "do-gooders" helped fix Britain's problems, so we should be more tolerance of them today. Presented by Ian Hislop.
A Question Of Sport (BBC1, 10.35pm) Return of the long-running sports quiz show.

Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights (Channel 4, 10pm) Black comedy series featuring anarchic, warped sketches. Hosted by controversial Scottish stand-up comedian Frankie Boyle.
The Morgana Show (Channel 4, 10.35pm) Five-part sketch show from comedienne Morgana Robinson.

Julia Bradbury's German Wanderlust (BBC4, 8.30pm) Travel series where Julia Bradbury hikes across Germany.
Al Murray's German Adventure (BBC4, 9pm) Two-part documentary investigating the stereotypes and banter that exists between England and Germany. Presented by comedian Al Murray.
The Beckham's Crazy 2010 (Living, 9pm) Documentary following David and Victoria Beckham over a year-long period.

Rick Stein's Cornish Christmas (BBC2, 8pm) Festive special of the culinary series.
At Home With The Georgians (BBC2, 9pm) Three-part history series charting the British obsession with home decorating, that began in the Georgian era 300 years ago.
My Boyfriend The War Hero (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about a young couple called Vicky Swales and soldier Craig Wood, whose marriage was tested when Mark lost his legs and an arm while on tour in Afghanistan.

Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley (BBC1, 9pm) Live standup comedy.
John Sergant On The Tracks Of The Empire (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary looking at India's 3,000-mile long railway, a lasting legacy of British rule.

This Is Michael Buble (ITV1, 10.25pm) The Canadian singer travels the UK, meeting various celebrities and investigating the British culture and countryside.

The Nation's Favourite Abba Song (ITV1, 9pm) Special where celebrities discuss their favourite Abba tracks, as band members Bjorn Ulvaeus and Anni-Frid Lyngstad talk about their careers.