"Crackerjack!" ("CRACK-ER-JACK!")

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AndrewP
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Just seen back the 2020 Christmas special... how brilliant! Highlights were the sketch with the little boy whose wish brings his snowman to life... but the snowman turns out to be an utter sh*t, and Naga and Charlie from BBC Breakfast being such good sports.

I know I'm not the target audience for this... but it's good stuff! :)

All the best

Andrew

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Didn't realise they had done anymore, good to know they have stuck with it.
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Yes, very impressed with this new run of Crackerjack, it's something that the whole family can enjoy.

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That's true, we are lucky to get any decent NEW UK Children's programmes now.
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This week's edition was one of the best things that we've seen this week. The comedy sketches were terrific - the one with the mice staging "The Italian Job" was very good and then the self-defence sketch which went horribly wrong but the cast coped with was an utter delight. Indeed, it's the "as-live" approach which makes the show massively appealing all ways around.

The series has continued to offer so many delights - notably the new game "Truth or Bear?" with its use of archaic TV themes. Recent weeks have included snatches of "Angels" and "The Hanged Man" amongst other funky examples of 1970s retro.

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Still haven't managed to catch up with it.

Sounds as if it's improving in leaps and bounds, will try to watch it.
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