The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk Wednesday, BBC2 HD, 10pm & 10.15pm (times vary)
Inanimate objects coming to life, cheap trainers that grant supernatural powers and chats with an archaeologist from the future?
They’re all in an average day for Herbert Clunkerdunk, the alter ego of comedian Spencer Jones, whose surreal sitcom returns for a second series this week.
The show explores the elaborate flights of fantasy triggered in Herbert’s overactive imagination by his day-to-day life…
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