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3 January 2011 (UK) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Jimmy Carr ... Himself - Presenter

Richard Ayoade ... Himself - Contestant
Alan Carr ... Himself - Contestant

Noel Fielding ... Himself - Contestant

Ruth Jones ... Herself - Contestant
Michael McIntyre ... Himself - Contestant

Jonathan Ross ... Himself - Contestant
Louie Spence ... Himself
Darryl Mann ... Himself
Lola the Cat ... Herself
The Children of Mitchell Brook Primary School ... Themselves
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jack Black ... Himself

Russell Brand ... Himself

Will Ferrell ... Himself

Jamie Oliver ... Himself

Simon Pegg ... Himself

Seth Rogen ... Himself

Nicole Scherzinger ... Herself
Jon Snow ... Himself
David Starkey ... Himself
Nadia Almada ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Simon Bird ... Will McKenzie (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gordon Brown ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

James Buckley ... Jay Cartwright (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Cameron ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nick Clegg ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Steve Coogan ... Steve (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brian Cox ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Benedict Cumberbatch ... Sherlock Holmes (archive footage) (uncredited)
Elizabeth Dawn ... Vera Duckworth (archive footage) (uncredited)

Declan Donnelly ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brian Dowling ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anton du Beke ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gillian Duffy ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bruce Forsyth ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nikki Grahame ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Blake Harrison ... Neil Sutherland (archive footage) (uncredited)

Boris Johnson ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Davina McCall ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gillian McKeith ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anthony McPartlin ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Bob Mortimer ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
James Naughtie ... Himself (archive sound) (uncredited)
Vic Reeves ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Iwan Rheon ... Himself (uncredited)

Robert Sheehan ... Himself (uncredited)

Matt Smith ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lauren Socha ... Herself (uncredited)
Nathan Stewart-Jarrett ... Himself (uncredited)

Alan Sugar ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Tarmey ... Jack Duckworth (archive footage) (uncredited)

Antonia Thomas ... Herself (uncredited)

Joe Thomas ... Simon Cooper (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jeremy Vine ... Himself (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ann Widdecombe ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Barbara Windsor ... Peggy Mitchell (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Mick Thomas 
 
Writing credits
Jimmy Carr (written by) &
Dominic English (written by) &
Jim Pullin (written by) &
Shaun Pye (written by) &
Fraser Steele (written by)

Produced by
Jane Goldman .... executive producer
Ben Knappett .... producer
Carla McGilchrist .... line producer
Matt Nida .... producer
Jonathan Ross .... executive producer
Kate Staples .... associate producer
Samantha Taylor .... celebrity producer (as Sam Taylor)
 
Original Music by
Peter Baikie 
 
Film Editing by
Steve Andrews 
 
Art Direction by
Helen Mooney 
 
Costume Design by
Sarah Fry 
 
Makeup Department
Jacy Cleal .... makeup designer
 
Art Department
Richard Drew .... set designer
Dave Jervis .... additional graphics
Rachel Vale .... additional graphics
 
Sound Department
Keith Darbyshire .... vt sound
Dave McGrath .... dubbing mixer
Jamie Selway .... dubbing mixer
Andy Tapley .... sound supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan Bayley .... camera supervisor
Will Dixon .... camera operator: video camera
Chris Kempton .... lighting director
John Loughman .... video tape operator
Graham Maunder .... camera operator: video camera
George Pagliero .... camera operator: video camera
Daniel Russell .... camera operator: video camera
 
Editorial Department
Hilary Briegel .... vision mixer
Matthew Jeffreys .... insert editor (as Matt Jeffreys)
Del Shoebridge .... insert editor
 
Other crew
Conor Butler .... researcher
Sue Davies .... script supervisor
Lizzy Halton .... prompter
Anna Harrington .... production accountant
Adam Hayes .... head of production
Jo Hudd .... assistant floor manager
Chris Jones .... production secretary
Damien Largey .... researcher
Kim Li .... studio resources manager
Ed Sharpe .... floor manager
Georgina Stewart .... junior researcher
Bear Vasquez .... archive source
Steve Whitehead .... studio resources manager
 
Crew believed to be complete


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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year 2010, 26 January 2011
Author: Jackson Booth-Millard from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

If you are a fan of pub quizzes, and have a good knowledge of the news events in the world, entertainment, film and music, sport, technology and science, politics and much more in the year gone by, then this is a great show to watch and have fun with. Hosted by Jimmy Carr, with celebrity panellists in three teams, the players were Richard Ayoade, Alan Carr, Noel Fielding, Ruth Jones, Michael McIntyre and Jonathan Ross this quiz focused on the year 2010 with all sorts of questions to answer about the past twelve months. These questions are asked as they are, with video and sound clips, with pictures (including Say What You See), and by celebrity and mystery guests on screen or in the studio, so it really does feel like a proper quiz that you can take part in. Events in the year 2010 that were questioned and joked about included: Cheryl Cole becoming sick from malaria, Wagner on The X Factor, Michael McIntyre's autobiography, Alan Carr going back on tour, Jonathan Ross's comic books, Ruth Jones's biopic about Hattie Jacques, Richard Ayaode's first directed film Submarine, full body scanners introduced at all airports, Vernon Kay admitting intimate texts to female fans, footballer John Terry found out to be having an affair with the girlfriend of footballer Wayne Bridge, Yosemite Bear seeing a double rainbow and becoming a YouTube star with his reaction, Gordon Brown throwing tantrums and objects when he was in 10 Downing Street, Ricky Martin coming out as gay, the banning of party drug Mephedrone aka Meow Meow, the volcanic ash cloud covering Iceland and causing problems for air travel, the launch of the Apple iPad, scientists trying everything including nylon tights, golf balls, rubber tyres and human hair to stop the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico, Gordon Brown calling a woman a "bigoted woman", the divorce of Ashley Cole from Cheryl Cole after his texted nude images and affairs were found out, taxi driver Derrick Bird going on a gun rampage and killing twelve people and himself in Cumbria, the YouTube sensation seeing Rhona Williams in her Renault Clio being pushed by a large truck that didn't notice her on the motorway, Anna Chapman revealed as a Russian spy, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios, Florida where you can eat Chocolate Frogs and drink Butterbeer, the longest game of tennis at Wimbledon between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut that went on for over 11 hours, the change in government where Gordon Brown resigned as Prime Minister and Nick Clegg and David Cameron formed a coalition, the cat who was filmed on security camera being thrown into a wheelie bin by passer-by Mary Bale and causing shock and controversy, George Michael drink driving his car into a branch of Snappy Snaps and someone afterwards writing on the damaged wall "Wham", the controversy and irritation of people blowing the instrument the vuvuzela during the World Cup, Paul the octopus who correctly predicted the results of the World Cup football matches, gunman Raoul Moat on the run from the police and Paul Gascoigne showing up with chicken, a dressing gown and lager to help the situation, The Stig (Ben Collins) on Top Gear revealing his identity in his autobiography, vajazzling, the films Toy Story 3, Alice in Wonderland and Kick-Ass, Wayne Rooney caught having an affair with two young women, the Pope visiting Britain and cardinal Walter Kasper saying the nation was like "a third world country", the poor condition hotel rooms before the start of the Commonwealth Games, Lady Gaga at a ceremony wearing a dress entirely made of meat (grilling steak), Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing, Jack Duckworth dying on Coronation Street after 30 years leaving with the ghost of dead wife Vera, This Is England '86, Matt Smith becoming the new Doctor Who, Big Brother ending on Channel 4 with Ultimate Big Brother which brought back memorable past contestants such as Nikki Grahame, Nadia Almada and voted winner Brian Dowling, Sherlock with Benedict Cumberbatch, The Inbetweeners, The Queen Victoria pub burning down in EastEnders followed by the departure of Peggy Mitchell (Barbara Windsor), Wonders of the Solar System with Professor Brian Cox, Glee and their song "Don't Stop Believin'", Pineapple Dance Studios with Louie Spence, The Trip with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, Junior Apprentice (now Young Apprentice) with 16-17 year old business people competing for a £25,000 investment from Lord Sir Alan Sugar; I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! with Gillian McKeith, the 33 Chilean miners trapped for several days after an accidental cave collapse and all rescued by the government, George W. Bush releasing his memoirs, students rioting and protesting on the streets about increased tuition fees, the song "Telephone" by Lady Gaga feat. Beyoncé, the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton, James 'Jim' Naughtie accidentally swearing on BBC Radio 4 with the "C" word when speaking about Jeremy Hunt and Dick Van Dyke falling asleep on his surfboard and being rescued by porpoises. Other celebrity and special mystery guests in the show included the children of Mitchell Brook Primary School in Neasden who act out well known news stories, Jack Black, Russell Brand, Will Ferrell, Darryl Mann with Lola the cat who was thrown into the wheelie bin, the cast of science-fiction comedy drama Misfits (Antonia Thomas, Robert Sheehan, Lauren Socha, Iwan Rheon and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett), Jamie Oliver, Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen, Nicole Scherzinger, Jon Snow who reads news related to lyrics from songs of the year, Louie Spence who performs an interpretive dance that represents a news story and historian David Starkey describing a celebrity story as if it was an ancient historical event. The jokes and the questions are what make this show so much fun, they always choose the right celebrity panellists, and it also works as a funny way to reminisce on the recent events you remember for good or for bad, a great comedy quiz show. Very good!

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