The League of Gentle Ben. Offbeat, fish-out-of-water sitcom in which a gigantic American bear (the animal, not the ruggedly masculine gay fantasy archetype) finds himself transferred to a quirky English town full of quirky, sinister “characters.” Apparently there was a Peruvian one who did the same thing once. But you needn’t worry about that. Lasts 5 episodes before being booted off the schedule for Real Trumpwives Who Live, Laugh, Love in King’s Lynn
Twin Peaks & Geeks
Match of the Day and Bargain Hunt
Football Focus and Homes Under The Hammer could work actually. Could have a Saturday morning Dion Dublin marathon.
Niles and Frasier scoff at their man-of-the-people father when he tells them the reactor has exploded. A non-British actress with an approximation of an accent from the north of England tries to bring peace to the situation stating “3.6 Roentgen, not great not terrible”.
Not sure if you realise Janes Leeves is actually English or not. Good stuff regardless.
Makes Daphne Moon’s accent even odder tbf.
Love Island with Bear Grylls
Only Connect Fools And Horses
University Challenge Annika
Keeping up with the Kardash-tree
A Christmas Eve chiller in which the well-known reality TV family find themselves at the mercy of a strange haunting echoing forth from times of legend
The same as eurovision, except every week it is hosted by Antoine de Caunes
I’d be all over this
The Bill and Ben, in which some marionettes who live in a garden attempt to solve crimes in the '90s
Question Time Team, in which Tony Robinson and a West Country chap with great taste in sweaters talk to swivel-eyed right-wing loons up and down the country, occasionally unearth bits of tin.