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A ‘look at these funny people’ doc that could have been presented by any TV hack: Grayson Perry’s Full English reviewed

28 January 2023

9:00 AM

28 January 2023

9:00 AM

Grayson Perry’s Full English; Everyone Else Burns

Channel 4

For around a decade now, Grayson Perry has been making reliably thoughtful and entertaining documentary series about such things as class, contemporary masculinity and modern secular rituals. (All a lot more fun than they sound, I promise.) Equipped with an infectious Sid James laugh and an impressive commitment to affability, he’s demonstrated a willingness to listen to opposing views, even to the extent of allowing his mind to be changed.

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