He was also back with his endless supply of superlatives. Never mind that he can get pretty snippy when faced with pesky Irish homeowners in the long run Room for improvement Show, he’s as unbridled on his travels abroad as a middle-aged kid in a candy store.
Or how he raved at the beginning Dermot Bannon’s incredible homes Walking (RTÉ1) the streets of the World Heritage City of Lunenberg, Nova Scotia, was “like dancing in a big chocolate box,” whatever that meant.
Then he met the architect Bryan, who built a number of vacation homes on a peninsula in Nova Scotian. “Impressive! is all I can say, ”he remarked to three buildings that looked like barns to me. And when he came to the underground bunker in one of these barns: “Wow! Impressive! Oh my God! Magical! Love it! I absolutely love it! “Bryan and daughter Allie had the grace of looking embarrassed.
Then it went on to another architect house in Halifax. That was just “amazing,” while another architect-designed house in Toronto, which cost $ 37 million to build, was “beautiful, really, really beautiful.”
And there were still more “Oh my God” houses, one of which offered a swimming pool in which he wallowed, as was usual in earlier world tour series. It’s probably written in his contract.
Along the way, he reminded us that “Canadians love the outdoors” (it has to be all of these forests, lakes, and open spaces), and in the end he concluded that Canada is “an amazing country.” However, amazing wasn’t the right word for this awesome tour that was filmed just before Covid made such trips to a non-runner.
DIY SOS: The Big Build Irland (RTÉ1) was also filmed before Covid struck, and its format will be familiar to viewers of the BBC series of the same name, which has been running for two decades.
This Irish version is presented by Baz Ashmawy who can be an acquired taste, although there was no doubt his sincerity, enthusiasm and warmth as he brought together hundreds of volunteers to restructure a home to meet the 13 year old’s needs Amy Mulcahy could do justice.
A year earlier, Amy had suffered serious brain injuries when she was trapped under a capsized rowboat on the Shannon. The Annacotty house she shared with Mother Sharon and Brother Callum and his twin toddlers was no longer functional, and we watched the volunteers tear up the living quarters and redesign them all with considerable skill and imagination.
Amy was an endearing presence throughout and it was really heartwarming in the end to watch the thrill she felt at what had been accomplished for her.
The 2020 Irish Film and Television Awards (Virgin One) was a somewhat eerie affair with no audience in attendance to delve into presenter Deirdre O’Kane drifting on an empty soundstage in Ballymount Business Park.
For this reason and despite (or because of) can applause, most of her attempts to play funny one-liners stalled, but she continued playfully and got a lot of enthusiastic help from virtual guests like Pierce Brosnan, Amy Huberman, Paul Mescal, Daisy Edgar- Jones, Andrew Scott and especially Chris O’Dowd who contributed a number of amusing Hollywood vignettes.
The four-part David Hare drama, Roadkill (BBC1) began with raunchy Tory minister Peter Laurence (Hugh Laurie) winning a libel case despite his own attorney on the steps of the court declaring he was “guilty as hell”.
Such easily overheard indiscretion was not very convincing, and so was the fact that the journalist Charmian (Sarah Greene), who had just been fired by her editor for costing the paper 1.5 million pounds, was almost immediately recovered from him was used.
On the pluses, Laurie was a good value as a ruthlessly ambitious shit, while Helen McCrory had fun as Prime Minister who was part of Margaret Thatcher and part of the current British monarch. Sidse Babett Knudsen from deposit didn’t have much to do in this opening episode, but Greene was a vengeful journalist with a few secrets.
The twelve (Channel 4) is a 10-part Belgian drama about a jury summoned to hear the case of a school teacher accused of murdering her best friend and her own young daughter.
For viewers with the stamina required, it could well be an exciting study of how juries bring their own prejudices into their decisions.
Im Trumps Coronavirus-Katastrophe (Channel 4), reporter Matt Frei recorded the US president’s indifference to the Covid crisis. There was nothing new here, though Trump’s niece Mary and former National Security Advisor John Bolton provided some biting glimpses.
And Bolton appeared in the first episode of Trump: The White House Years (RTÉ1), which is also shown on BBC2, but under the name Die Trump Show.
And it was a terrible show too, because this series vividly reminds anyone who needs to be reminded of it. The dismissed White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci initiated the process by stating “what happens when a crazy, insane person becomes president,” while porn star Stormy Daniels warned the filmmaker at the beginning, “I’ll find you if.” this is reduced by 15 seconds over Trump’s penis and black socks. “
This three-piece suit seems like a fascinating watch for those who have the stomach for it.
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