Cunk on Britain review: Watch this and you won’t be able to take Civilisations seriously again – As the television idiot Philomena Cunk, Diane Morgan is frighteningly plausible, while never being less than entirely absurd. In Cunk on Britain, the television.
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Like all the best pastiches, the first of five episodes was delivered with a face so straight you could use it as a spirit level. "What’s the most political thing that has ever happened in Britain?".
like? "Britain didn’t get to have a long history by ceasing to exist or being born yesterday! The one thing we can be sure of is that Britain is Britain and it’ll stay that way.
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Philomena Cunk took BBC Two viewers on the televisual experience of a lifetime this week as she circumcised the globe. The Weekly Wipe correspondent has set off on a journey "right up the nation’s.
in Cunk On Britain (BBC2). That might take some time, since she began with the Big Bang, in an account that promises to travel ‘from ancient man to Ed Sheeran’. Cunk, played with a face as cold and.
Diane Morgan’s glorious comic character Philomena Cunk has another hilarious crack at the nation’s history in the second outing of Cunk on Britain Diane Morgan’s glorious comic character Philomena.
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In the first couple of episodes of Cunk on Britain, she pores over the likes of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I (‘the vegan queen’), and Cromwell, while espousing a slightly odd obsession for the 1980s.