You polished off our list yesterday and now wondering what to do today in day 2 of isolation? Well we’ve got you again. Check out or latest list below.
Top Gear: Series 28
The new format of Chris Harris, Paddy McGuinness and Andrew Flintoff works a dream; as individuals the guys are incredibly funny but as a group the comedic dynamic between them is undeniable.
There’s series offer proper belly laughs, as the lads embark on one ludicrous challenge after the other, from doing a timed lap of a motocross track while being sprayed with industrial lube to donning a series of ridiculous outfits while their open-top cars are pelted with golf balls from on high.
Where to watch: BBC iPlayer
Duration: 6 x 60 mins
Hosted by comedian Jayde Adams, Crazy Delicious is a cooking show that could have been plucked straight from the mind of Willy Wonka himself. The innovative and imaginative food competition is home to the world’s first edible set, containing edible blossom, chocolate soil, a drinkable babbling brook and an enchanted garden which is ready for harvest.
Each week three passionate cooks will compete to win the infamous Golden Apple, but with “Food Gods” Heston Blumenthal, Carla Hall and Niklas Ekstedt judging each dish, the home cooks will have to cast some serious magic on their ingredients to come out on top.
Stath Lets FLats
Jamie Demetriou (Fleabag, Paddington 2, Borderline) stars in Roughcut TV‘s hilarious comedy series for Channel 4.
Stath Lets Flats follows an incompetent lettings agent working for his father’s dodgy London agency, ‘Michael & Eagle Lets’. Stath has big ambitions to take over the family business one day – but is he up to the job?
Russel Howard & Mum: Globetrotters
As Russell and Ninette further broaden their horizons in the Far East, the pair’s warm, funny and engaging relationship is once again put under the microscope. On their tour, they step back in time to become ultimate assassins in Japan and embark on a more futuristic venture to high tech Seoul, South Korea to observe the rise of the machines.
Where to watch: Sky.
Duration: 12 x 30 (2 series)
Football Stars in Bad Cars
As a part of Sport Relief 2020, a tricked-out Fiat Multipla arrives at Fulham FC while the players are training. Teammates Tom Cairney, Steven Sessegnon and Marcus Bettinelli ditch their £200k super cars and take this £2k image-wrecking hatchback for the day, playing games set by Chris Stark on the car’s radio. The Fulham boys then pass it on to Premier League Norwich FC after ‘pimping’ it to make it even more embarrassing to drive.
Where to watch: BBC iPlayer.
Duration: 23 mins
Make sure you check back tomorrow for day 3 of – ENVY’s What to Watch in Isolation.
In case you missed it you can find day 1 here.
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