If a concession to more Britishness means more series like The Larkins, then that’s a fight our TV industry may have already lost.
For all its myriad failings – indeed, partly because of them – The Larkins can be confidently said to epitomise this “distinctively British” ethos.
On Sunday, ITV broadcast 45 minutes of pure, noxious fantasy, in the form of feather-light comedy-drama The Larkins.
The notion of a mandated requirement to produce “clearly British” TV series is both ludicrous and unenforceable.
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