Man Stroke Woman

UKTV – From Friday 28 March, 9.30pm

Man Stroke Woman is a new sketch show comedy about life and takes a look at what’s good, bad and ugly in boys and girls of a certain age. It will tell you what’s in your girlfriend or boyfriend’s head. It’ll tell you that everyone thinks you should have children as soon as you hit 30. It’ll tell you that it’s alright to be having those weird fantasies that you do, because everyone else does too.
Starring: Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead and Spaced), Nick Burns (Nathan Barley), Ben Crompton (Ideal), Daisy Haggard (Green Wing), Amanda Abbington (The Robinsons) and Meredith Macneill (Festival).


The below shows are finishing on ONE Monday 25 June:
-Derren Brown
-Man Stroke Woman
-Ellen (Including Weekdays)

Man Stroke Woman Monday 11 June, 10.05pm

Men and women have been living together for 10 million years, mostly either getting annoyed, flirty, upset or even getting to ‘know each other’ – in the biblical sense. The new sketch show, ‘Man Stroke Woman’ takes a look at what’s good, bad and ugly in boys and girls of a certain age. It’s about that time in all our lives when it’s time to take stock, and time to grow up (tonight at 10.05pm on TV ONE).

A new comedy about life, ‘Man Stroke Woman’ looks at what is in your girlfriend or boyfriend’s head; it’ll tell you that everyone thinks you should have children as soon as you hit 30; it’ll tell you that it’s alright to be having those weird fantasies you do, because everyone else does too; it will show you a little piece of yourself.
From the producer of ‘The Office’, with a cast that includes Nick Frost (‘Shaun Of The Dead’), Nick Burns (‘Nathan Barley’), Ben Crompton (‘Ideal’), Daisy Haggard (‘Green Wing’), Amanda Abbington (‘The Robinsons’) and Meredith Macneill (‘Festival’), ‘Man Stroke Woman’ is well-performed, silly and joyous throughout and is a show that is not afraid to be funny.

Ash Atalla’s (The Office, The IT Crowd) sketch show, Man Stroke Woman, returns for a second series on the BBC with an array of new characters that look set to stretch the realms of the absurd.

As well as revisiting some favourite characters, the series features new sketches set in some more formal surroundings, including a headmaster’s study and Crown courtroom, and enters the high-pressure worlds of restaurant chefs and cabaret club performers.

All the original cast members are back for more: Nick Frost (Spaced, Shaun Of The Dead), Amanda Abbington (The Robinsons), Daisy Haggard (Green Wing), Meredith MacNeill (Festival, Confetti), Ben Crompton (Ideal) and Nick Burns (Absolute Power, Nathan Barley).

No word yet on a NZ air date.