100 Greatest TV Moments from Hell (2000)

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A celebration of the hundred most memorable bad moments from the UK's television archives.

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Zoë Ball ...
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Tony Adams ...
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Geoff Atkinson ...
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Hylda Baker ...
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Tina Baker ...
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Mike Bolland ...
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Garry Bushell ...
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Himself (as Adam & Joe)
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Himself (as Adam & Joe)
John Dark ...
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Robert Elms ...
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Richard Fairbrass ...
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Dick Fiddy ...
Himself
Judy Finnigan ...
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A celebration of the hundred most memorable bad moments from the UK's television archives.

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STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs

If you can manage to sit through both parts,this compilation of TV blunders hosted by Zoe Ball,makes for enjoyable viewing.Of course,being TV from Hell,can only mean one thing.And the most embarassing moments can only be when something is broadcast live.Look at the rioutous,side-splitting examples when Boy George and the short woman presented an award in 1989,only for the sound to fail,or when the Bee Gees stormed off Clive Anderson's talk show after taking an in-joke too personally.These and many others make for funny,and,above all,pleasant viewing.***


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