James Corden has flown Jack Whitehall, Jamie Redknapp and Freddie Flintoff out to America for A League of Their Own US Road Trip!
The boys face vigorous challenges ranging from Jet Ski racing, driving monster trucks, running the US Stock Exchange and joining the LA Rams NFL Cheerleading squad…
With points up for grabs, Corden announces the overall winner and things get really competitive as the loser faces a hardcore fore fit…
Alan Carr hosts a celebration of all things Christmas in his yuletide log cabin! Joined by a fabulous and festive mix of famous faces including Channing Tatum, Lily Allen, Danny Dyer, Russell Howard, Olly Murs and Emilia and Freddie Fox to name a few, it’s bound to be a feel-good, festive knees up with special performances and plenty of laughs to help you see in Christmas Day in style.
Hosted by Phillip Schofield, this star-studded version of the classic game show tests just how much – or how little – Britain’s best loved celebrity couples know each other.
The show, not only sees host Phil question celebrities about their relationships, but also gives an insight into their home life as All Star Mr & Mrs takes a trip around the couple’s homes. The show has starred celebrity couples such as Joan Collins and Percy Gibson, Martina Navratilova and Julia Lemigova, Paula Radcliffe and Gary Lough, Rochelle and Marvin Humes and Harry and Sandra Redknapp.
In each episode three celebrity couples compete to win a £30,000 prize for their chosen charity, and of course, the all-important Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
Ahead of his mega-fight against Wladmir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium, Anthony Joshua catches up with the comedy duo of Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett.
This one-off programme sees some of the brightest kids in the country battling it out for the coveted title of Britain’s Brainiest Kid.
From the thousands of exceptional young people who entered the competition, only 24 made it through to the grand final in 2001 and 10 girls and boys made it through in 2002. Hosted by Carol Vorderman, (with Tess Daly hosting the semi-final heats) these exceptional children are put to the ultimate test as they face questions on general knowledge and on their own chosen subjects with only the quickest and cleverest making it through, until just one contestant remains to become the proud owner of the Britain’s Brainiest Kid trophy.
In this new series, some of Britain’s favourite stars explore some uniquely British preoccupations. Suggs from Madness has a very personal take on the history and community spirit of Pubs, Liza Tarbuck investigates our obsession with the Weather and what it means to talk about it so much. Comedian Harry Hill delves into Humour and why we think the British have the best sense of humour in the world. Lorraine Kelly guides us through World War 2 with a view to separating the myths from the facts, and Reginald D Hunter turns his attention to social Class including a very honest chat with comedian Alexei Sayle. Naturalist Chris Packham focuses on Pets, finding out how animals went from working for us to entering our homes as companion animals.
Each one hour sees one host take us through the history of these obsessions and explain why – all these years later – we’re still mad about them. Using extensive archive and candid interviews with experts and fellow obsessives, this is a comprehensive and entertaining look back through history.
All six hosts appear in every episode, chatting together amongst themselves about that week’s obsession. This conversation weaves in and out of the show and is fascinating: personal, funny – and incredibly honest.
Hosted by Jonathan Ross and broadcast live on the 12th December 2012 The British Comedy Awards returned for its 23rd year.
It featured all the top names in British comedy and guest stars from around the world – bringing together a raft of new comedy stars with long established talent, all vying for a prestigious British Comedy Award.
The show highlighted the funniest TV comedy moments of the year peppered throughout; and with some surprises along the way as we celebrated another vintage year in British Comedy.
The British Comedy Awards is a CPL/ Unique Production.
Forty years since the release of the Carpenters debut LP this musical spectacular for ITV1 celebrates the sounds and successes of the influential duo with some of the greatest pop stars of today.
Hosted by Amanda Holden and Ronan Keating and made in collaboration with Richard Carpenter, Celebrating the Carpenters, sees the following artists take to the stage to perform their own unique versions of some of the Carpenters best loved songs:
And, exclusively for the show, Jamie Cullum and Kimberley Walsh perform a duet of Rainy Days and Mondays.
Commercial Breakdown is an unmissable collection of the world’s funniest, wildest, and weirdest television adverts, selected from every corner of the globe, every one a mini-masterpiece in its own right. Trawling the highways and byways of television advertising for BBC One for over 17 years this is one of television’s longest-running entertainment series.
Over the years it has been hosted by some of the UK’s most popular names in comedy, including Jimmy Carr, Jon Culshaw, Ruby Wax, Jim Davidson Rory McGrath, Patrick Kielty, Jo Brand and Jasper Carrott.
Quiz show presented by Shane Ritchie. Decimate sees a team of three contestants fight to maintain a £20,000 Golden Wall of cash over four rounds. With every wrong answer their total is ‘Decimated’ (reduced by 10 percent). The question is how much they will hang on to by the end of the show…
Don’t Unleash the Beast is a physical gameshow set in an ancient underground kingdom. Three brave explorers must face a series of impossible challenges in order to rescue the lost treasure. But there’s one BIG problem… a ferocious and foul Beast guards the treasure, they must tread carefully, one wrong move could Unleash the Beast! And that would be BAD, really BAD!
Based on the results of an online poll, the Great British public’s top ten episodes of Game of Thrones will be played back-to-back in a binge-tastic, Sky Atlantic, viewing marathon. Sue Perkins will be back to introduce our favourite episodes as well as featuring loads more interviews and insightful testimony from celebrity fans and members of the cast…
The 25 Greatest Moments from seven seasons of Game of Thrones. Featuring epic battles, murderous revenge and heart-stopping power grabs, as voted by the fans. Insights from cast members including Charles Dance, Mark Addy, Gemma Whelan, Pedro Pascal, Kristian Nairn, Indira Varma, Michelle Fairley and creator George R R Martin, and celebrity fans Al Murray, Tim Booth from ‘James,’ Sharleen Spiteri from ‘Texas,’ KT Tunstall, Ade Adepitan and Kyle Simmons from ‘Bastille’.
The Story So Far from the as told by Cast and Crew of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones including Jamie East, Adam Garica, Ian McElhinney and Kristian Nairn.
Harry Hill has received a madcap mission from the world’s top governments to prevent an alien invasion by filling a special capsule full of funny clips, songs, and games with the help of his celebrity pals. Expect the unexpected as Harry playfully roasts his famous guests and their careers.
Celebrities helping Harry fill the fun capsule across the series include, comedy actress Kathy Burke, TV chef Ainsley Harriott, comedians Mel Giedroyc and Josh Widdecombe, Life on Mars star Philip Glenister, Game of Thrones star Raleigh Ritchie, queen of daytime TV Lorraine Kelly, National Treasures, Judith Chalmers and Gloria Hunniford and showbiz legend Des O’Connor.
‘Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule’ is a Nit TV Production.
Harry Hill returns to Channel 4 with a late-night series that promises a combination of controlled chaos and his favourite funny people on the planet. He’ll introduce his favourite acts on the comedy circuit alongside sketches, games and music in a show recorded during the week of transmission in front of a studio audience. Guests include Bridget Christie, Spencer Jones, Rosie Jones, EGG and Anna Mann.
‘Harry Hill’s ClubNite’ is a Nit TV Production.
In a two-series deal, Harry Hill’s Tea-Time aired on Sky 1 in October 2016, with a second series that aired in February 2017.
Each week celebrity guests such as Paul Hollywood, Gok Wan, Trevor McDonald and Gregg Wallace, will join Harry in the Tea-Time kitchen along with cast of characters.
Harry teaches his guests how to cook his weird and wonderful recipes including mozzarella snowmen and Chick Tom Jones, whilst interviewing them in a comedic way.
Expect the unexpected as things in the Tea-Time kitchen never go to plan and are usually resolved in a good old fashioned food fight!
‘Harry Hill’s Tea Time’ is a Nit TV Production.
World of TV is a series that sees the king of archive comedy Harry Hill casting his comedic eye over the world of different genres of TV each week.
From Soap Operas to History Documentaries, Police Dramas to Home Improvement shows and Medical Dramas to Cookery shows, Harry finds the funny in the least expected places. The series acts as part how-to guide on the elements required to make your own, for example, Police Drama and part encyclopaedic history lesson on Cookery shows over the years.
Harry celebrates the successes and mulls on the failures and goes on to highlight the unique and familiar tropes in these shows.
‘Harry Hill’s World of TV’ is a Nit TV Production.
Shaheeda, Tash and Leonie are three West London college students with big dreams, big attitudes, and big plans. From fights on the night bus to yet another ‘family’ wedding, mosque class to fake IDs, new hijab swags to cooking up schemes on Hounslow High Street, these girls are determined to have the best time – fun first, consequences second. Bouncing between being good, modern Muslim girls and living their best lives, they are three smart, young, Muslim women in a bold, provocative, new comedy.
Hounslow Diaries is a BBC3 Comedy pilot, written and created by Ambreen Razia, inspired by her hit play Diary of a Hounslow Girl. It stars Ambreen, Mandeep Dhillon and Robyn Cara alongside an ensemble cast including Preeya Kalidas. It’s directed by Nida Manzoor (Enterprice), produced by Charlie Coombes and executive produced by Arabella McGuigan & Danielle Lux.
If you could meet the richest people in the world what would you ask them? Luckily Katherine Ryan is on hand to ask the simplest yet most important question that we all want the answer to – How’d You Get So Rich?
Join Katherine Ryan as she meets some of the richest people in the UK and US including Britain’s flashiest playboy, the richest plumber in Britain and the ten year old girl who made her first million by the age of six!
Proving that age really is nothing but a number, “Off Their Rockers” is a new hidden camera series that sees senior citizens turn the tables on unsuspecting members of the public in a series of hilarious and unexpected pranks.
Uninhibited, unruly and often outrageous, these cheeky OAPs are hitting the streets of Britain on a fearless mission – to dupe the general public with an assortment of light hearted pranks, mischievous set pieces and carefully crafted stunts. The Rockers might not be getting any younger, but refreshingly they are having the last laugh with some celebrity guests such as Louis Walsh and Katie Price…
Featuring an ensemble cast of gregarious golden oldies, ranging from 67 to 84 years old, our Rockers are determined to have a blast as they grow old disgracefully in this feel good new series
“Off Their Rockers” shows you should never act your age, no matter how old you are.
Building on the success of the show, ITV ordered a two-part Blue Badge special which featured a cast made up entirely of actors with a disability who have a similar knack for causing mischief and mayhem.
Ten four-year-olds are about to meet some unusual classmates. For six weeks they will share their classroom with 11 pensioners. In an ambitious experiment – led by three geriatric specialists – the young and older group follow the same timetable in a new nursery set within a retirement village near Bristol. Inspired by a similar scheme set up 25 years ago in the US, this is the first time in the UK that an inter-generational experiment has set out to measure the impact on the health and happiness of the older group. As part of the experiment, the older group undergo tests to measure mood, memory and mobility during their daily contact with the young kids. Can a situation where four-year-olds and 84-year-olds work and play together drastically improve the health and happiness of the older group? Could this ambitious experiment transform the way Britain cares for its increasingly older population?
In Quizness, four contestants’ general knowledge and mental agility is put to the test as they battle it out across seven rounds to compete for a major cash prize, in this serious quiz with funny answers.
Rounds include ‘Subbly Jubbly’, where contestants must substitute nonsense words into the correct answers; ‘Risky Quizness’, a surprisingly difficult quickfire round in which nearly every question has the same answer, and ‘Double Trouble’, a multiple choice round which tests the quizzers’ speed of thought when they must answer a different question to the one they’ve actually been asked – with unintentionally cheeky consequences.
At the end of rounds four, six and seven the contestant with the lowest score is eliminated, leaving the remaining quizzer to play for the cash prize in a tense final round. Answer seven questions correctly and they win the £25k jackpot; fail to do so and they leave with a £1k consolation prize.
Harry Hill-penned comedy entertainment series, celebrating everything that is keeping the Great British public, and some celebrity chums, entertained at home. Matt showcases the ability of men, women, children, celebrities and possibly even some pets to amuse themselves during this self-enforced downtime, as he’s joined by a plethora of key workers, families at home and famous faces including Tyson Fury, Kevin McCloud, Rachel Riley, Heston Blumenthal, Tom Allen, Jon Snow and Basil Brush.
‘Reasons To Be Cheerful with Matt Lucas’ is a NIT TV Production.
Romesh Ranganathan has selected some of Britain’s best up and coming comedians to showcase in a series of shorts. They are wide-ranging, tailored to the individual comedian and vary from studio chat shows to comedic entertainment documentaries as well as everything in between.
The comedians featuring in the 10 shorts are:
Rachel Parris, Cariad Lloyd and Graham Dickson
Colin Hoult as Anna Mann
‘Romesh Presents’ is a collaboration with Ranga Bee Productions.
Sports Funniest Moments – looks back at laugh-out-loud incidents from the different worlds of sport, including interviews with the players, pundits and comedians.
Dave Myers unlocks the historical secrets contained in some of Britain’s oldest, most prestigious and architecturally complex large buildings.
With unique access to a team of specialist historical builders from Britain’s oldest masonry company, William Anelay, Dave joins them as an apprentice in quite literally peeling back the layers – floors, ceilings, walls, windows and doors – of some of our most important stately homes, cathedrals and listed buildings, in a quest to investigate the dramas and secrets hidden inside their architectural DNA.
The People Versus is the general knowledge quiz where the viewers at home set the questions, winning up to £1000 if they stump the studio contestant. If you’re in the hot seat, the amount you can win is unlimited, as long as you keep getting the questions right. But get the answer wrong, and the person who set the question will be trying to win your money playing the nerve-racking Beat the Bong game.
Romesh quickly learns pulling pints is not for him when he has to take over his late dad’s pub. What he wants is to be a hip-hop DJ and no amount of emotional blackmail from his wife Natasha and his kids will see him give this new venture his all.
Dementia has reached epidemic proportions and is now the nation’s biggest killer. Via a ground-breaking new series supported by The Alzheimer’s Society, Channel 4 now plans to open the eyes of policy makers and employers on a quest to de-stigmatise dementia.
Inspired by a real-life Japanese pop-up restaurant that opened in Tokyo last year, we are looking to change how dementia is viewed by supersizing the concept and opening a restaurant staffed entirely by people living with the condition – The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes.
A host of celebrity diners and members of the public will visit the restaurant over a five-week period to put the newly trained staff to the test. Having spent a week learning the tricks of the trade, we’ll be following the journey of the contributors in a sometimes poignant, sometimes funny but overall a feel good and surprising series, as they are put to work in one of the highest pressure and tough working environments there is.
From CPL Productions, the makers of the ground-breaking BAFTA nominated Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds and Motion Content Group, co-producers of Channel 4’s Dementiaville. Will The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes start a wider national conversation about how we think about people who live and work with this increasingly common condition? And will our contributors want to continue working?
The number of people with dementia in the UK is forecast to increase to over 1 million by 2025 and this isn’t just a disease that affects the older adults – over 40,000 people with dementia are under the age of 65. With so many still of working age, staggeringly only a fifth of them have continued to work post their diagnosis:
A team of experts will oversee the ambitious project that could potentially change how businesses recruit, employ and retain staff who find themselves living with dementia.
The Sexy Ads Show, presented by Spencer Brown, showcases some of the raciest, most politically incorrect and barely broadcast-able adverts to have emerged from ad-land. It takes TV commercials to a new level of rudeness never before seen on British TV.
There’s Something About Movies is a comedy panel show in which guests are quizzed on the world of cinema, testing their film trivia and blockbuster knowledge. Jennifer Saunders and Michael Sheen are the team captains, joined by actor and comedian Tom Allen, and a myriad of stars from the big screen and guests from the world of entertainment.
Nigella Lawson, food maverick Anthony Bourdain, and critically-acclaimed chef Ludo Lefebvre search for the first British winner of the high stakes cooking competition where flavour is the only thing that matters.
Each week, Nigella and her fellow mentors will face a collision of fiery cookery challenges, blind-taste eliminations and simmering egos as the contestants battle it out to please the palates of the professionals with just one spoonful of food. All tastings are blind so the pressure is on to make one small, but perfect, serving.
Winning Lines is a fast-paced, number based quiz show that was an integral part of the National Lottery Draw onBBC One every Saturday night from 1999 to 2004. On its launch in the summer of 1999, Winning Lines gained the highest debut rating of any new Saturday night BBC entertainment series. After five series, Winning Lines continued to be a hit with viewers and a ratings success.
Answering questions posed by host Phillip Schofield (and formerly Simon Mayo), 49 contestants battle for a chance to play the Wonderwall, where 20 correct answers win the top prize of a round-the-world trip.
Winning Lines was recently repeated on Challenge.