Most Popular Titles With Clive James
2. Have I Got News for You (1990– )
29 min | Comedy, Game-Show
Hilarious, totally-irreverent, near-slanderous political quiz show, based mainly on news stories from the last week or so, that leaves no party, personality or action unscathed in pursuit ... See full summary »
7. Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired (2008)
Unrated | 99 min | Documentary, Crime
Examines the public scandal and private tragedy which led to legendary filmmaker Roman Polanski's sudden flight from the United States.
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14. Billy Connolly: An Audience with Billy Connolly (1985 TV Special)
60 min | Comedy
Billy Connolly delivers his special brand of stand-up comedy and abrasive humour in front of a celebrity audience.
16. Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)
93 min | Comedy
Barry McKenzie's Aunt Edna is kidnapped by Count Von Plasma, the vampire head of an isolated Eastern European dictatorship who mistakes her for the Queen of England and thinks that ... See full summary »
22. The Secret Policeman's Ball (1979 TV Movie)
94 min | Documentary, Comedy
A series of benefit concerts to raise money for Amnesty International. Performances include comedy skits and musical numbers by a varied cast of mostly British performers. Featuring several... See full summary »
27. Kelly (1989–2005)
60 min | Music, Talk-Show
90 minute chat show hosted by Gerry Kelly who has interviewed hundreds of the biggest names in showbusiness, film and television, music, sport and politics, as well as giving many local ... See full summary »
28. An Audience with Mel Brooks (1983 TV Special)
Unrated | 55 min | Comedy
Mel Brooks delivers an enjoyable hour of comic diversion with his lovely actress-wife Anne Bancroft, writer comedian Ronny Graham, and British Shakespearean actor Jonathan Pryce. Brooks ... See full summary »
31. Mornings with Kerri-Anne (2002–2011)
120 min | Family, Talk-Show
Kerri-Anne included a mix of lifestyle, cooking and interview segments along with advertorials and is presented in front of a live studio audience in Melbourne.
41. Sunday AM (2005– )
60 min | News, Talk-Show
Presenter Andrew Marr talks to invited guests from politics, broadcasting and the arts to review the week's events making the news, and discuss the headlines in the Sunday newspapers.
45. What a Performance! (1997–2000)
60 min | Comedy
The inimitable Mr. Monkhouse presents an exploration of comedy sub-genres. With contributions from famous faces and behind the scenes persons he looks in turn at: Drag, Miserable Gits, Battleaxes, Camp, Double Acts, Cads, and Madcaps.
56. Comic Relief (1988 TV Special)
450 min | Comedy
The first night of Comic Relief on Red Nose day 1988 hosted by Lenny 'Nice Suit' Henry and Griff 'Stupid Hat' Rhys Jones. Participants managed to raise over 15 million pounds for charity projects in Britain and Africa.
59. A Night of Comic Relief 2 (1989 TV Special)
390 min | Comedy
20 million people across the UK helped to raise £26.9 million on the second Red Nose Day. At night, the BBC once again gave over their studio's to Lenny Henry, Griff Rhys Jones and Jonathan... See full summary »
60. Tubridy Tonight (2004– )
Join swashbuckling presenter Ryan Tubridy on a madcap adventure featuring equally sensational guests, This week:- - That lad from the post office - George Hook - A guy from Armagh county ... See full summary »
62. 25 B.C.: The Best of 25 Years of Billy Connolly (1992 Video)
A retrospective on Billy Connolly's 25 years as one of Britain's top comedians, featuring clips from many of his TV appearances mixed with new footage.
71. Rebels of Oz: Germaine, Clive, Barry and Bob (2014– )
Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson traces the footsteps of Germaine Greer, Barry Humphries, Clive James and Robert Hughes arguing these Australian giants didn't just join the cultural revolution in the 60s, they led it.
80. Stanley Baxter in Person (1998 TV Movie)
60 min | Documentary
Documentary profile of Stanley Baxter featuring his first in-depth interview for forty years and extracts from his comedy series and specials. With contributions from Billy Connolly, Robbie Coltrane, Stephen Fry and Clive James.