I Cried Laughing – My Blackberry Is Not Working!

My Blackberry Is Not Working! – The One Ronnie, Preview – BBC One

One of Britain’s most enduring and best-loved comics, Ronnie Corbett, turned 80 in December 2010. In this brand new comedy sketch show, the octogenarian comic legend appears alongside some of the biggest names in British comedy, in sketches featuring everything from a superannuated super-hero to a stage-struck dog. Add in a sprinkling of one-liners and a brand new Ronnie monologue in the famous chair for the must-see comedy of the festive season.

The One Ronnie on 17.10 BBC1, Christmas Day 2010

I cried laughing – this kind of humour is timeless.

Flash Mob – Edinburgh 2009

I love to dance (even though I’m pretty lame) so I’m gutted I’ve only just heard about the Just Dance flash mob in Edinburgh this week.

Davina McCall will be in Princess Street Gardens on Friday 9th at 11am and is calling on the general public to perform two routines by choreographer, Ashley Wallen.

Dancing, Edinburgh and Davina McCall – what a combination!

If I didn’t have so much work and so many meetings planned I’d have changed my Edinburgh day to Friday and dragged out my leg warmers and head band!

For more info on Just Dance and the Flash Mob visit sky.com – http://sky1.sky.com/just-dance (airs early 2010)

You Can’t Beat a Good Wedding

I’ve been feeling down over the last few weeks. D is away in the States and for some reason I turn into some scary recluse when that happens.

UKTV Gold, however, were showing re-runs of The Vicar of Dibley yesterday and I found myself laughing like I haven’t laughed in a very long time. Dawn French is one of the funniest women of all time and it doesn’t matter if she’s performing her own work or the work of others. The final episodes, when she meets and marries her dream guy, are fantastic; a mix of humour, poignant sadness and toe curling romance that made my day. Plus I think I’ve fallen in love with Richard Armitage.