A comedy panel game in which being Quite Interesting is more important than being right. Stephen Fry is joined each week by four comedians to share anecdotes and trivia, and maybe answer some questions as well.
A comedy trivia quiz based around pop music, originally hosted by Mark Lamarr up to October 2006, then hosted by Simon Amstell until his departure in 2009. From that point forward the show ... See full summary »
Robert Kenner is a lonely man looking for love. Today, if he can actually get his boss to give him some time off, he is going on his first date for 6 years. Oh, and he is also the world's only SuperHero.
I always like seeing stand-up comedy both live in the flesh and on TV, and this series certainly looked and sounded like my kind of thing. Basically Patrick Kielty, who hasn't done much stand-up comedy since becoming presenter of shows like Fame Academy, is the host. He brings together a bunch of comedians, whether rising, current or in some cases past, to give their amusing opinions of recent events in the news. The comedians that return week after week are Jack Whitehall discussing celebrity news, Kevin Bridges covering sports, Rich Hall talking about world news (politics mainly), and Andi Osho finding the funny stories appearing on the internet. Every week the show also invites a special guest to do their stand-up routines about whatever they want from their own material. Comedian guests included Brendon Burns, Mark Watson, Micky Flanagan, Tom Stade, Stephen K. Amos and Steve Hughes. The other occurring feature every week of the show is the chance for Kielty to take the Mick of a celebrity guest in "The Chair", where the guest must stay sat for two minutes as he pays tribute to them in his own mean comedic way. Guests in "The Chair", who also got their twenty seconds to respond, included politician Lembit Öpik, former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, John McCririck, Mark 'Bez' Berry, The X Factor's Chico Slimani and Celebrity Big Brother's Chantelle Houghton. Very good!
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