Hi, it’s Harry Silhouetteof-Wolfhowlingonhill with a round-up of the best greenygrey television highlights from the BBC over the festive period. First of all, it’s great to see my human parallel, Harry Hill, now has a movie out.
The Thirteenth Tale film had a continuous stream of great greenygrey scenery, as well as a twins ghost theme. It was described by Metro T.V. critic Keith Watson as ‘beautiful nonsense’ and ‘beautifully mounted’.
Here’s just a few examples of its greenygrey versatile ubiquity, showing outdoors, wardrobe and indoors from just over a minute of the film (24.47 to 25.56).
It was mostly filmed in Yorkshire, and is available to start watching on BBC iplayer before 23.00 GMT tonight (Monday 6th):
Sherlock made a welcome return to the screen, and set its first of a trilogy finale in a greenygrey London Underground carriage:
It’s available to watch with BBC iplayer access until January 19th.
Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe 2013
Charlie Brooker’s 2013 Wipe last night started with a collage of famous people turned greenygrey. Here’s the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, Andy Murray:
It’s available to watch with BBC iplayer access until next Sunday, January 12th, 2014.