A lightly presented nature documentary series. In each season, adventurous British zoologist Steve Backshall travels around the world to select sixty of the most deadly and interesting ... See full summary »
Hotel Trubble is run by an incompetent trio, Sally, Lenny and Jamie, for absentee owner Mr. Trubble. Resident guest is Mrs. Poshington with her stuffed cat Sirius. She complains about ... See full summary »
Tracy Beaker returns to The Dumping Ground only this time she's not a resident but a care worker offering her advice and experiences to a new generation of 'dumped' kids, often with calamitous results.
Sadie, an exuberant British teenager, navigates life and school with the help of her friends Dede and Kit. The only girl in her family that includes brother Danny, her Dad and dog Roger. ... See full summary »
Ordinary Kids get to Prank their friends with the help of the Prank Patrol team. It is a great opportunity to use all the modern technology including hidden cameras, professional actors and... See full summary »
Comedy is subjective. I'm sorry I've got no head is one of those programs that will make some people roll around the floor laughing, believing that this comedy gold. However, others may not believe so. These people can be described as dull. While I'm sorry I've got no head may described as "stupid humour", those who are stupidest in this scenario are those who believe this program is serious. It really isn't, it's just a silly program, mocking silly programs on TV about countries with only 5 people, 1 school with one pupil and popular British TV shows. The show is clearly aimed at British viewers, and not only mocks current events, but appeals to adults by including references pointing at the older generation such as Monty Python and the antiques roadshow.
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