Where has all this golden television gone? Where are the breaths of fresh air that made staying in worthwhile? The aforementioned statues of the small screen are not nearly as good as they once were; so much so I seldom bother tuning in.
Sitting here, as I am, wearing a Union Jack onesie eating luke warm noodles in hotel room on an industrial estate outside Oxford, you'd be forgiven for thinking that I was beginning to finally unravel. But you'd be wrong dear Huffington Post reader, very wrong.
I was invited over to BBC TV Centre to watch the recording of the fifth episode in the new series of Miranda. Having been to previous recordings in TV Centre I knew what to expect. However, more importantly than just the experience of watching the episode live, was the eagerness to see what Miranda Hart had in store for her much anticipated return.
The results of the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2012 are in - and it was a great year for British sitcom. To remind you, these are
We should be celebrating Miranda Hart's achievements in the male-dominated world of TV comedy, not searching for offence
Fans of Miranda Hart's eponymous sitcom will remember that when she tried to improve her own style she was unwittingly mistaken
The BBC has unveiled its Christmas TV line-up, with 'Call The Midwife' reportedly going head to head with ITV's 'Downton
The third series of comedy 'Miranda' will end with her finally finding love. And the Christmas cliffhanger will tee up a
In January I was incredibly privileged to be asked to go to Uganda and see the extraordinary work Sport Relief does out there. Obviously I was expecting a trip like this to be pretty tough, but you really can't prepare yourself for an experience like this.
If you've got the best relatives ever and are therefore in receipt of Amazon gift vouchers this Christmas, and not ill-fitting