Cradle to Grave
Cradle to Grave is British Comedy TV series. Produced by ITV Studios. Stars: Peter Kay, Laurie Kynaston, Lucy Speed. It first aired on Sep 03, 2015, on BBC Two. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.1 *. Cradle to Grave is filmed in UK.
How Many Seasons Of Cradle to Grave Are Out: 1 (8 episodes)
Season premieres on September 3, 2015
Finale: October 15, 2015
BBC Two, 8 episodes
Cradle to Grave is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 9 pm
S1E8 (Episode 8) - Air Date: Oct 15, 2015 (4 years ago)
Danny Baker reveals he's already writing new series of Cradle to Grave despite negative viewer reaction - Mirror.co.uk - via Mirror
The comedian and radio personality - who wrote the sitcom based on his autobiography Going to Sea in a Sieve - revealed he's hard at work on the second series, even though it has yet to be greenlit by the BBC.
TV review: Cradle to Grave, BBC Two - The List - via List
The week in TV: Danny and the Human Zoo, The Trials of Jimmy Rose, Cradle to Grave, An Evening with Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse - The Guardian - via Theguardian
How true is Cradle to Grave's portrayal of by-gone Bermondsey and Rotherhithe? - Southwark News - via Southwarknews
'I think that's me!' - News readers have their say on hit BBC sitcom Cradle to Grave - Southwark News - via Southwarknews
Spud jackets in his new job as Danny embarks on double life in Cradle to Grave - Mirror.co.uk - via Mirror
Before you can say P45 he’s grappling with his new employer’s neck in a stairwell and throttling him into submission. Oh dear. Bang go Bet’s wistful dreams of a steady income and a husband in regular employment.
Cradle to Grave, BBC Two, review: 'savvy comedy' - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
Cradle to Grave, episode two, BBC Two, review: 'an absolute hoot' - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
Danny Baker and John Henshaw spotted on set of Cradle to Grave near Etihad Stadium - Manchester Evening News - via Manchestereveningnews
Thursday's best TV: Cradle to Grave, Unforgotten, Hunted and A Very British Romance With Lucy Worsley - The Guardian - via Theguardian
The ever-enthusiastic historian continues her romantic history of the nation with a peek into the Victorian era. While floral arrangements, love songs and Valentine’s cards might sound like the stuff of 20th-century consumerism, she explores their roots, as well as delving into the tradition of courtly love that underpinned romance in the period. Reaching for novels such as Jane Eyre as well as donning her usual period garb, Worsley makes the olden days feel that little bit less olden. Hannah J Davies