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Kilroy 

Day to Day (original title)
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Robert Kilroy-Silk Robert Kilroy-Silk ...  Himself - Host 6 episodes, 1986-2004
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UK

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English

Release Date:

24 November 1986 (UK) See more »

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Kilroy See more »

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On 9 January 9th 2004, the BBC suspended broadcasts of the show when an article by Robert Kilroy-Silk, published in the Sunday Express the previous April, was reprinted by the paper. The article sparked a row the second time around (having passed largely unremarked the first time) because of Kilroy-Silk's anti-Arab sentiments. The BBC said that the comments compromised its reputation for impartiality and said that the show would see out its run with guest presenters. See more »

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Referenced in I'm Alan Partridge: To Kill a Mocking Alan (1997) See more »

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I like this chat show
27 July 2002 | by colinpeppiattSee all my reviews

'Kilroy' has maintained a nice Englishness about it. Chat shows have become more and more extreme in recent years, with people badmouthing each other and attacking each other. But Kilroy has refused to go the way of Jerry Springer. I couldn't watch this show every day and it isn't 'tapeable'. But over the years, when I'm off sick or on holiday, or just at home, this has been, on occasions, an enjoyable show to watch. Often, this show is very good and very sensible. The spoofs of it in recent years by Aliastair McGowan have made me enjoy it more! Robert Kilroy-Silk does an excellent job as host. He always lets people have a fair amount of time to get their points across and move the discussion on. He's firm, so that people don't ramble and don't engage in personal debate across the studio floor, but fair, so that people have the chance to make their points. He's also sympathetic when he needs to be, and can defuse tension, whether that be anger or upset, with his good use of humour.


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