Written by Paul Copley (@paulcopley)August 17, 2018 16:16:28This show is a celebration of the best and worst of British TV.
It’s a little of the British way and a lot of the American way.
You can’t go wrong with it.
And the cast is all over the place.
Here are our picks for the best British and American TV shows of all time.1.
VIVA, 1984-86 The first of the ’80, the original Viva was about a middle-class Londoner who was struggling to find her place in society and her place among the masses.
The show’s star, David Tennant, was a very good actor, and he was an integral part of its success.
He became a star, too, thanks to his character, Mr. Viva, and the series spawned two sequels, one in 1990 and one in 1991.
The characters’ stories often involve their struggles with loneliness and self-doubt.
You might even get to see Tennant play one of them.2.
BLINDSPOT, 1986-87 It’s not surprising that a show based on the novel by the same name would be one of the greats of British television.
But it’s a good show because it was about people who couldn’t see and, in the most memorable scenes, were the ones who were seeing.
The BBC adapted the novel into a TV series, which was a disaster.
It lasted five seasons and was a failure, to be honest.3.
THE TURKISH, 1985-86 This is the story of a young woman who lives in the Russian Far East, and she is caught up in the Cold War with her family.
Her husband is a Russian intelligence officer, and there’s an episode in which she meets him.
They eventually get married.
The episode is a real treat for a British audience, and its sequel is one of our favourites.4.
CHINA’S BIG GIRL, 1984–85 A little known fact: this show, which aired on BBC1 from 1984 to 1985, was the first to air on Chinese television.
The cast consisted of British actors, many of whom were Chinese.
It was about one of those rare British shows that was made by a foreign broadcaster and not by a British production house.
It is also one of my favourites.5.
BLOOD TURKEY, 1985–86 The UK and China fought in World War II, but not before a lot happened between the two countries.
And that war had a big impact on the lives of a lot people.
The first episode of Blood Turkey is the series’ best, though the second is my favourite.
It shows the horrors of war as well as the beauty of its people.6.
VARIETY OF MALE AND FEMALE, 1990–91 This show was one of a number of UK shows that were made for BBC1 by Chinese producers.
The actors were all Chinese, and it was a big hit.
But the British show didn’t make it to air.
It has its own place in our top five, but its name is pretty much an honorary title.7.
CHANGELOG FOR A LITTLE BOUGHT, 1992-93 It was a period drama series about the lives and loves of three characters.
The plot involved a man’s attempts to help his family.
And I’ve got to say that this series is one that’s a bit more complex than its predecessors, which are a bit simpler.
It started with a very simple idea, about a man who had a wife and three children, who was a nurse and who had to find employment for herself.
She couldn’t find work at the hospital, so she went back to China and started a business.
She had a couple of kids.
She did well, but her husband didn’t.
And he left her.
He went to a different country.
She felt betrayed.
And she was very unhappy.
She went back and she got her own life back.
And then the next day she got an unexpected letter from her husband saying that his daughter, who he had taken away, had found a job at a restaurant.
And her husband’s response to that was that he had to give her back her daughter, and that she had to work, too.
So the whole thing changed the course of the relationship.8.
CHINESE CHEF, 1997-98 This show is also a favourite, but it’s the only one I could remember from the UK and the only time I remember a Chinese character in a TV show.
The producers had to make it a show about the people who worked at a Chinese restaurant.
It featured a lot more people from China, including Chinese chefs, and a few actors from Chinese films and television.9. CHILDR