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Creators Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin highlight the follies and foibles of contemporary politics, writing much of the show in the hours leading up to transmission.
Foibles When the history books are written, the current Queen will be the gold standard.
We can laugh loudly as we recognize that her foibles are our foibles, as we wearily acknowledge that, although women are often criticized for those foibles, we can sort of accept who we are.
But these foibles are part of the reason we tune in - for their banter and amusing bits like a goat trying to eat Kirstie's sun hat and Phil managing to pull down a curtain rail.
Nardizzi tackles family, sex and the foibles of everyday life with a distinctly Massachusetts sense of the absurd and ability to deflate pretentiousness with a sneer.
Although their faculties may be diminishing, their foibles, their flaws, passions for life are in no way reduced, so in that sense it's a positive, life-affirming film.
Film: Mendes explores nation's foibles Odd couple hit the road.
These two Irishmen could view the British from a distance, dramatizing their foibles in an amusing manner.
But the author also turns an eagle eye on the foibles and follies of the people and politicians who roam the East African landscape.
My Story" vignettes in each chapter describe the author's own fears, foibles, and triumphs in challenging situations.
A poignant novel of personal trial, coming of age, self-discovery, love, and the priceless gift of true friendship, reflecting the importance of learning to recognize and forgive the foibles of human nature.
He said: "He picked out the foibles of the mighty with pinpoint accuracy.