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This comedy was born in , the first stage comedy of artist Chen Peisi. One day, Yu Chun, a handsome, single returned overseas Chinese, came to the dating agency, let Xiaofeng disorderly mood. At the same time, Chen Xiao also raised funds for the international dating agency chain, which Yu Chun promised to cooperate with. To make his girlfriend come back to him and recover his investment at the same time, Chen Xiao thinks a way to debunk Yu Chun.
By Bianca London for MailOnline. A vintage dating guide reveals exactly what first dates were like for the single women of the s - and it seems that restaurants were a landmine. The unearthed guide from the October issue of Woman's Own sheds light on dating hurdles of the era. Vintage: An unearthed guide from the October issue of Woman's Own called 'How to Behave in a Restaurant' sheds light on the hilarious dating hurdles of the 50s. For instance, asparagus is one of the few foods which can be eaten with fingers.
It concerns the realisation of humble video store worker Steve Baxter played by Christopher Eccleston that he is in fact the Son of God , and has just a few days to find the human race's Third Testament and thus avert the Apocalypse. The programme was originally commissioned as four one-hour episodes by Channel 4 in ; however, when new executives took over running the drama department at that channel, they decided not to pursue the project. Davies and Red's founder Nicola Shindler took the project to the BBC , who quickly turned it down; it found a home on ITV, a channel that had gained a reputation for producing mainstream, unchallenging, "middle-of-the-road" drama in recent years. Screened over two successive evenings in prime time on Sunday and Monday, 9—10 February , The Second Coming gained viewing figures of over six million. Davies, who is an atheist, has said his intention was to provoke debate and get people thinking about religion.