British Comedy Shows #1

Guess the programme based on the description.
Some of these are British-made but are not set in the UK.
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Last updated: January 6, 2021
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Three Catholic priests live on an island.
Father Ted
A comic book artist and a writer pretend to be a couple so that they can get a flat.
Panel show where comedians talk about the news of the week. The show has always had the same presenter.
Mock the Week
"Have you tried turning it off and on again?"
IT Crowd
Panel show about statistics. A spin-off combines this programme with a long-running game show about letters and numbers.
8 Out of 10 Cats
Stand-up programme performed at a venue in west London (the venue shares its name with a Greek god).
Live at the Apollo
The show follows four teenagers as they go about their lives. In two subsequent films, they travel to Malia and Australia.
The Inbetweeners
Comedy-drama show about four young offenders in community service, who acquire superpowers after an electrical storm.
Surreal sketch show that premiered in 1969. Animated segments would appear in-between the sketches.
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Two friends share a flat in Croydon. Point of view shots are used throughout the series.
Peep Show
A series of sitcoms set across four time periods, featuring the same antihero and other recurring characters throughout.
A talk show that was originally aired alongside the 2012 Summer Paraolympics.
The Last Leg
A show set on a red mining ship, the name of which is also the title of the show.
Red Dwarf
Sitcom that follows an elderly couple. The opening credits feature a giant tortoise.
One Foot in the Grave
Irish book shop owner wears black and doesn't like customers.
Black Books
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