From the title of George Clarke’s Council House Scandal (Channel 4, Wednesdays, 9pm), you might have thought the genial self-build botherer was setting himself up as a slum landlord. However, it became clear the Mackem Frank Lloyd Wright was on a different mission.
One of the biggest hits for the BBC last year was Welsh-noir thriller Keeping Faith (BBC1, Tuesdays, 9pm), which showcased the brilliant Eve Myles, a beautiful corner of south Wales and bright yellow macs.
My wife and I honeymooned in Rome, and while we were there, we decided to do one of those honeymoon-y things and have a hot chocolate – well, it was October – on a cafe terrace in the beautiful Piazza Navona.
Sometimes, things can’t help but strike you as odd, or out of place. An orange in a bowlful of apples, for example. A gecko in a punnet of raspberries. Or Rob Lowe in a British drama series set in the wilds of Lincolnshire.
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