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A classic will-they-won’t-they, a history-changing drama, one of the the most talked about shows of all time and the return of Muslim punk – the year’s best telly so far

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It often feels like we’re living through bleak times. This series is an antidote to contemporary woe as the queen of good vibes Andi Oliver travels to various troubled but resilient corners of the UK, meets community heroes and organises massive parties for them. It’s a simple formula but it involves bucketloads of lip-smacking food and enough stories of kindness, selflessness and ingenuity (the episode about the local arts centre in Stoke-on-Trent will make you want to move there) to get you believing in human potential again. Lovely.
What we said: “​​As a premise, Andi Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts is about as heartwarming as a Guyanese pepper pot cooked in a Cornish community cafe.” Read the full review

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​ A classic will-they-won’t-they, a history-changing drama, one of the the most talked about shows of all time and the return of Muslim punk – the year’s best telly so farBBC Two/iPlayerIt often feels like we’re living through bleak times. This series is an antidote to contemporary woe as the queen of good vibes Andi Oliver travels to various troubled but resilient corners of the UK, meets community heroes and organises massive parties for them. It’s a simple formula but it involves bucketloads of lip-smacking food and enough stories of kindness, selflessness and ingenuity (the episode about the local arts centre in Stoke-on-Trent will make you want to move there) to get you believing in human potential again. Lovely.What we said: “​​As a premise, Andi Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts is about as heartwarming as a Guyanese pepper pot cooked in a Cornish community cafe.” Read the full review Continue reading… Television, Television & radio, Culture, Larry David, Juno Temple, Sarah Lancashire, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Ncuti Gatwa, Toby Jones, Donald Glover, Andrew Scott, Rylan Clark, Jodie Foster, Richard Gadd 

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