Virtually Famous

High-energy comedian Chris Ramsey, hosts comedy panel show Virtually Famous with fellow Geordie, Vicky Pattison and Virtually Famous stalwart Seann Walsh as team captains. 

This fast turn-around weekly show sees the captains and their special celebrity guests react and reflect on the weird and wonderful topics that are currently capturing our attention in the real and cyber world.

My Teenage Diaries

My Teenage Diary is a six-part comedy series for BBC Radio 4, in which fully-grown comedians are given the chance to revisit their formative years by opening up their deeply intimate teenage diaries, and reading them out in public for the very first time.

Will they experience the warm glow of nostalgia, or the hot flush of embarrassment? The programme is hosted by stand-up comedian Rufus Hound. Rufus is joined each week by a special guest who reads out selected passages from their diaries. Guests have included Vanessa Feltz, Russell Kane, Ken Livingstone and Kate Mosse.

The show is recorded in front of a live audience which heightens the sense of embarrassment for the readers and also provides a laughter track to the hilariously excruciating moments from their diaries.

Ultimate Worrier

Ever worried about laboratory-grown meat, accidentally touching someone’s hand on the train or the impending nuclear apocalypse? Then join Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier as he hilariously works out exactly how worried the British public should be about everything there is to worry about.

Through the Keyhole

Keith Lemon takes us on a unique guided tour of the houses of the rich and famous, as he goes ‘through the keyhole’…

In each episode of Through The Keyhole a panel of three celebrities attempt to identify two famous mystery guests by watching a video tour of their home. But as Keith Lemon revives this much loved panel show format, expect a twist of Lemon….

Whether he’s riffling through a pop stars knicker drawer, pumping a world famous boxers’ iron or diving under a soap stars’ covers, Keith gets himself into every little private nook and cranny in order to provide the guessing panel with revealing clues to the identity of the famous owner. Along the way viewers are treated to V.I.P access into the lives and homes of their favourite celebrities.


Your Face or Mine

Jimmy Carr and Katherine Ryan host this ‘Tinder inspired’ cult-classic, couples-based comedy format in which your face can win you cash.

Over a series of revelation-filled rounds, couples are forced to compare their looks with other people’s – and ultimately with each other’s – in this relationship-testing game. In each episode, viewers will find out just how far loved-up couples are willing to test their relationship for money.

The Keith and Paddy Picture Show

An affectionate and humorous tribute to some of Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness’s favourite movies of all time, The Keith and Paddy Picture Show sees the comedic duo attempt to recreate an iconic film, with help from an all-star celebrity cast.

Films have included Dirty Dancing, Ghostbusters, Return of the Jedi, Jaws and Rocky featuring Robbie Williams, Michelle Keegan, Anna Friel, Ant and Dec, Phillip Schofield, Sarah Parish, Stephen Tompkinson and Emma Willis.

Each half hour episode sees a mix of high-end film parodies and behind-the-scenes mock-doc footage following the boys as they endeavour to bring their recreations to life. What could possibly go wrong?

Celebrity Juice

Multi award-winning Celebrity Juice is the outrageous comedy panel show hosted by the irrepressible Keith Lemon. Each episode sees Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton, joined by a host of top celebrities, going head to head in a series of hilarious rounds unlike any other panel show.

Often shocking, frequently a little bit rude and guaranteed to make you laugh your pants off Celebrity Juice remains one of the most talked about shows on telly – sha-ting!




Award-winning panel show QI, hosted by Sandi Toksvig and regular panellist Alan Davies, might appear like any other TV comedy panel game but there is a twist. The questions on QI are so difficult that even the panellists almost never get any right, so Sandi only gives points for interesting answers, regardless of whether they are correct or even relevant!

Sandi awards heavy penalties for wrong answers which are also ‘obvious’ such as clichés, misconceptions and ‘accepted wisdom’, much of which is taught in school but is in fact completely untrue.

The subject matter of QI is unique because its remit is the entire universe not the usual quiz-fare of news, sport, television and pop music. In an attempt to reduce the scope of possible subjects, each series focusses on a particular letter of the alphabet.