Magazine programme featuring news items, expert advice and celebrity interviews.




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Series cast summary:
Richard Madeley ...
 Himself - Presenter (219 episodes, 2001-2008)
Judy Finnigan ...
 Herself - Presenter (216 episodes, 2001-2008)


Magazine programme featuring news items, expert advice and celebrity interviews.

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Judy Finnigan - Presenter: The octopus, who was trained for the circus, gradually became more reclusive. He got depressed and committed suicide.
Richard Madeley - Presenter: Yes, he stabbed himself with his own beak!
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30 October 2004 | by (England) – See all my reviews

A great many people say that British comedy has gone down the toilet. Well, these people can't have seen Richard and Judy, a show packed with humour (albeit mostly unintentional). You can guarantee that in any given episode Judy will fluff every other line she has to speak and just look bewildered about most subjects and Richard will say something incredibly embarrassing to a guest or about Judy. Also very amusing was when they recruited Abi Titmuss as a reporter, who was only famous for being John Leslie's girlfriend, and then dropped her like a brick after sordid tabloid reports about her relationship with the aforementioned Mr Leslie. Somebody should have known better.

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