Archive for the ‘TV’ Category

The A-Team

04Jul11

Having never really watched the original TV series, I went into the world of The A-Team with very little knowledge of what to expect, I knew the catchphrases and the base story – a crack military unit are framed and go on the run. It turned out that my limited knowledge probably helped my enjoyment […]


Henmania is primarily a film blog, however every now and then a TV show comes along that is so brilliant it needs to be mentioned. Last night saw the return to the BBC of one of these incredible shows. Luther. For those of you who have never heard of Luther, I wholeheartedly recommend it, as […]


Look out bus wankers! The Inbetweeners are following in the steps of Kevin and Perry and Ali G and taking their show to the cinematic masses. In a film which sees Will, Simon, Jay and Neil embark on their first ‘lads’ holiday to Malia, I for one can’t wait to see what sort of escapades […]


Green Zone

31Jan11

Sorry I’ve not posted in nearly a week; I was busy at the Australian Open, (who saw me? Did you wave? I was amazing, I know!) Anyway, when I got back to civilisation, I stuck on Green Zone, it’s directed by Paul Greengrass and stars Matt Damon (Tim Henmania look a like number one) so […]


As a tennis legend (now retired) I have a lot of spare time on my hands, one way that I like to pass the time is by watching movies, this past 24 hours I’ve seen two films with a number in the title, so I’m going to talk about both of them now. Lets start […]


BBC2s Episodes

11Jan11

I’ve just wasted half an hour! I sat down to watch Episodes and thought, “This does have the recipe for failure, but I’m going to list the positives and hope it’ll be brill.” The positives include: Stephen Mangan Tamsin Greig Matt Le Blanc in a show which isn’t Joey Cameos from Richard Griffiths and Ben […]


Famous and Fearless on Channel 4 is a show which contains neither famous people nor scary things. It’s on every night this week at 10pm and if you want to be scared by a programme, ironically, think of great TV and then force yourself to spend two hours watching this rubbish. It’s bad enough when […]