Location, Location, Location/Relocation, Relocation: I love watching people come to terms with the compromises between where they want to live and what kind of house they want. I just find it very revealing. And I love Kirsty Alsop. She's great at what she does, she's forceful and not afraid to express herself honestly to a client and despite not being a classic shape, she looks great.
Tales from River Cottage: For some reason, I looked down on this for a long time - all that back to the country shit. I've lived in the country and it's a pain in the backside a lot of the time actually. But I happened to catch it one evening and Hugh Fernley Whittingstall (I know! What a name!) is just really sweet. Something about his idealism about smallholding and storytelling style is charming, in the end.
Charmed: This is my equivalent of soap-opera. Pretty girls!
Dinnerladies: I love the writing of this. I don't laugh out loud a huge amount but it's so lovely and it chokes me up a surprising number of times, actually.
What not to Wear: I know the trenchant honesty is their trademark and probably overplayed, but I like it. I think they've got good judgment and I think they've got good hearts. I just watched Trinny undressing herself in the mirror room to prove to a participant that she wasn't ugly actually and had great fundamentals. "Look at my bum!" she said. "Who's cheeks are closer to the floor?". "Yours!" Susanna replied.
Sex in the City: If you follow the stories through, they're complex and realistic and I feel like they're women I recognise. Somewhere it rings true for me. I still miss my Samantha/Miranda cross flatmate Becks, who I lived with while I'm in London and yearn for those friendships where you can plumb the breadths and the depths together.
What are your TV sins?