Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.
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 Gary Barlow / ... (28 episodes, 1999-2009)
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 Howard Donald / ... (28 episodes, 1999-2009)
Jamie Theakston ...
 Himself - Presenter (26 episodes, 1999-2001)
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Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.

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Presenter: So you played all the instruments yourself?
Graham Coxon: Yeah, but I never knew how a lot of 'em worked. I spent weeks trying to blow into the piano.
Graham Coxon: [blows repeatedly] Then all the instruments started talking about me behind me back.
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Brilliant stuff!!
23 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thought I would never see the day when someone (or a group of people) will take the complete mickey out of the best known singers/groups! This is a fantastic television show and the DVD is even better. As a duranie, my favourite would obviously be the Duran Duran sketch but they are all fantastic, especially Elton John and his partner David Furnish!! I would recommend this DVD to anyone who loves music and the bands involved. It is truly a masterpiece and there should be more made! On the DVD there are a few special features including some mini sketches from one of Jamie Theakston's show which includes singers Charlotte Church, Will Young and Lou Reed and Andy Warhol (hence why Walliams and Lucas called their most famous duo Lou and Andy). Rock the Blind is a take the mickey out of Band Aid, but not in a nasty way I must add - it is truly funny with "appearances" from Pete Waterman, Lulu and Stevie Wonder. It is one of the best DVDs I own and I must stress how much any music lover needs to own it!


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