“It has developed into a seriously good sitcom.” Read on for the full verdict on last night’s TV.

Ideal, BBC3
“It has developed into a seriously good sitcom. The sit is solid.”
Deborah Orr, The Independent

Ideal, BBC3
“You wanted a funny Johnny Vegas sitcom. You’ve got one.”
Andrew Billen, The Times

Ideal, BBC3
“Johnny Vegas’s low-key sitcom, Ideal, has always been a likeably idiosyncratic albeit inessential thing, but after five series it appears to have grown tired.”
Paul Whitelaw, The Scotsman

Storyville: Up for Debate - Team Qatar, BBC4
“The film is more generous than I am, though, and all the better for it. It doesn’t judge or mock - it simply observes. But there are times when you can almost hear Liz Hats-off-to-you Mermin laughing through her viewfinder. That meeting with the Israelis for example, or zooming in on Alex’s snakes-and-ladders socks. A treat.
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

The Omid Djalili Show, BBC1
“Djalili is truly inclusive. Everyone comes in for some stick.”
Matt Baylis, Daily Express

Find Me a Family, C4
“Technically, the show was a bit of a mess, with children introduced and never seen again. Additionally, it was only this side of insensitive. It did its job, however.”
Andrew Billen, The Times