VOTE: Twenty Twelve & W1A Included In 21st Century Sitcom Poll

Two comedy shows narrated by David Tennant have been included in a new poll to determine the nation's favourte sitcom of the 21st Century to date. Twenty Twelve and W1A, created by John Morton and starring Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes, are hilarious spoof fly-on-the-wall documentaries that poke fun at the labyrinthine management structures and ridiculous personas that too often populate the modern workplace. David's tongue-in-cheek voiceover is a notable feature of both series. 

The poll of 40 sitcoms has been launched by Radio Times in conjunction with the BFI and also includes Extras, Peter Kay's Car Share, The IT Crowd, The Thick Of It and Friday Night Dinner. Polling runs until Thursday 11th August.

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Twenty Twelve
Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) leads the Olympic Deliverence Committee, the team charged with bringing the Summer Olympics to London. Faced with a fractious team, a PA who is in love with him and a clueless PR guru, is Ian going to be able to deliver the Games on time and on budget? The series also stars Amelia Bullmore, Olivia Colman and Vincent Franklin.

The 'documentary' team follow Ian Fletcher as he starts his new role as Head of Values for the BBC. Ian is perturbed to learn that he is to be partnered again with irritating PR Consultant, Siobhan Sharp (Jessica Hynes). The series also stars Sarah Parish, Jason Watkins and Nina Sosanya. 


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