This is probably one of my favourite modern British comedies to date. Black Books brough a fresh brand of comedy that is made up of elements found in older sitcoms, but is altogether more of a result of the combination of Bill Bailey and Dylan Moran's respective brands of comedy, which is backed up so well by the role of Tamsin Greig. Both bring their own personal wit and humour to the show and the result is a fantastical mix of physical, absurd and simple humours and jokes.
Who wouldn't love a show about a grumpy Irish bookstore owner and his two friends? A definite recommendation to fans of British comedy.