TV programme of the month: Little Britain may only be showing on BBC3 at the moment (tonight, 9pm) but it's a cult-smash-in-waiting once it reaches BBC2 in January. Little Britain is a comedy sketch show written by and starring David Walliams (excellent website here) and Matt Lucas (George Dawes the drummer on Shooting Stars), and narrated by the legendary Tom Baker. "Little Britain attempts to explore British life in Britain as it is lived by Britons today in Britain." It's heavily character-based, and therefore very funny. Meet Emily Howard the unconvincing transvestite (I am a lady, you know), meet Marjorie Dawes the leader of the local Fat Fighters group (everyone loves a bit of cake), meet Dafydd the lonely Welshman in a croptop (I am the only gay-er in this village) and meet Vicki Pollard the borstal tearaway (stop giving me the evils). Ahhh, come join me on the bandwagon before everybody else does.
Film of the month: I used to go to the cinema at least once or twice a month, but recently I've become a bit of a celluloid hermit. In fact the last film I went to see was that Matrix thing way back in May. Has Hollywood gone off the rails, or have I missed out on something really good?