The Noughties Rating: Henry VIII: Bloodlust & The Boleyns Rating: You realise you’re knocking on a bit when people start waxing nostalgic about an era that feels to you not just recent, but futuristic. To anyone old enough to remember the Moon landings, the 21st century still belongs to the likes of Buck Rogers. Dan Dare, pilot of the future, was meant to be conquering the galaxy during the Nineties, and Gerry Anderson’s live-action sci-fi serial was called Space: 1999. The past is all ahead of us. Comedians Ellie Taylor and Geoff Norcott sat down with presenter Angela Scanlon to reminisce on The Noughties (BBC2) about the birth of reality TV (pictured) It’s dismaying to realise that to millennials who were children or barely out of their teens at the turn of the century, the year 2000 really seems like ancient history. Comedians Ellie Taylor and Geoff Norcott sat down with presenter Angela Scanlon to reminisce on The Noughties (BBC2) about the birth of reality TV with Big Brother and fireworks over the Thames as the decade began. This seemed like a charming excuse for some pop culture. No such luck. Within a couple of minutes, it felt like being… Read full this story
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