Which TV programme would you choose to be trapped in forever?
Sarah Millican
Glee. I can’t sing or dance but they’d have to let me put the chairs out or something.
Claire Goodwin
Bitsa. Surrounded by strings and things and Bitsa glue. I could do whatever I wanted to do. .
Jen Brown
Only Fools and Horses. I’ve been in love with Del Boy for years.
Rebecca Humphries
Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
Margaret Cabourn-Smith
Jam and Jerusalem – surrounded by idyllic pubs, funny women and scones.
Julia Raeside
Lovejoy – no question. Tinker, Eric and Lady Jane, antiques, East Anglian countryside, that confident mullet and leather jacket combo. It’s actually perfect.
Jane Hill
Broadchurch. As long was there wasn’t any murdering, because it’s a beautiful place with a nice beach.
Rachel Extance
Lord Peter Wimsey. The perfect gentleman: charming, intelligent, fun. He gets to drive wonderful cars and can travel anywhere he likes, whenever he likes.
Cal Wilson
Antiques Roadshow. I’d just be bringing any old rubbish in: “I got this net off my oranges, is it worth anything?”
Hazel Davis
30 Rock.
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