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.
Ellie & Natasia. Sketch show written by and starring triple threats Ellie White and Natasia Demetriou. The series features a range of characters from busybody mums to coffee spotters. Not to mention some excellent guest stars and a song about snakes.
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-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 Sir Mo Farah, Judi Love, Kevin McCloud, Mo Gilligan, Morgana Robinson, Tom Allen and Basil Brush.
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 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.
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.