Comedian Dave Gorman thinks modern life is good... ish. However, exhausted with the feeling that he is constantly being sold to, manipulated and harassed in his day-to-day life he's venting his frustrations in this six part series.
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Modern Life Is Goodish Episodes
Series Final: Dave Gorman's quirky and highly personal investigation draws to a close with light-bulbs, gravy-boats, dot-to-dot books and Lego all being assessed for their contribution to modern life's overall goodishness.
One very funny man and his laptop. Dave puts 'Greatest Hits' albums, world records and superlative abuse under the spotlight. Warning: contains nude yo-yoing.
Dave considers the appeal of dogging and pokes fun at Lord Sugar's tweets.
Dave devilishly dissects modern life as he judges the worth of online petitions and reveals how he beat Alex Reid - not at cage fighting, obviously.
The award-winning comic opines on life's little oddities, including micro-chipped cats, over-familiarity in coffee shops, self-driving cars, QR codes and cybersquatting.
Modern life gets a ribbing as Mr Gorman considers celebrity endorsements and reveals the Queen's 'thoughts' on insoles!
Sharp stand-up from Dave Gorman, who answers life's burning questions. What is Richard Branson capable of? And should David Dickinson be stopped?
New Season: Dave Gorman shreds some naughty magazines and helps a gerbil fulfil its destiny!