With a rich history of memorable comedy entertainment programmes spanning four decades, the label continues to create innovating and entertaining television shows for new generations of viewers.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks, the iconic pop culture panel show, is returning exclusively to Sky and NOW as a Sky Original.
Talkback MD Jonno Richards was interviewed for Broadcast, to talk all about the label's recent Broadcast Awards win for Best Independent Production Company.
A two-part special in which Harry Redknapp took on the weightiest challenge of his career. Can he get a team of unfit England football legends from the 1990s back in shape and back on the pitch ready to take on their old rivals Germany in one last grudge match?
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.
Each week team captains Phill Jupitus and Noel Fielding are joined by an impressive line-up of guest hosts, including John Hannah, Peter Andre and Iggy Azalea for this legendary, satirical, pop music themed game show.
Celebrity guests from the worlds of entertainment and music will join the team captains as the weekly guest host navigates them through a number of musically based quiz rounds.
With the show’s reputation for the unpredictable, guests each week are always primed for the occasional embarrassment and harmless ribbing, as their knowledge of music is put to the test.
The programme first aired on the BBC in 1996.
Last year, BBC Three commissioned Talkback to produce three pilots fronted by comedian Luke McQueen in a bid to nurture him as a future face of the channel. However, the pilots did not go to plan and Luke has been protesting the decision to broadcast them ever since.
Luke staged a protest outside Broadcasting House but, despite his best endeavours, the first episode of The Luke McQueen Pilots dropped on iPlayer and the series aired weekly on BBC Three.
The three-part series features Luke trying his hand at fronting three different genres that have previously proven popular with BBC Three’s core youth demographic. The first is an investigative documentary in the vein of those by Stacey Dooley and Reggie Yates titled Britain’s Hidden Vampire Crisis. The second is Sex with My Father, a comedy travelogue in which Luke is accompanied by his father, inspired by similar acclaimed shows fronted by Romesh Ranganathan and Jack Whitehall. The third pilot The Luke Of Love sees Luke take part in a reality dating format akin to ITV2’s Love Island.
Keith’s Lemon’s spoof reality show that offers completely uncensored, no-holds barred access to his eventful private life. In the show Keith is laid bare – often in the bedroom, sometimes in the kitchen and even on his driveway.
The first series aired on ITV 2 in August 2012 and was followed by a two Christmas specials. A second series aired in May and June 2013.
In 2013 it was nominated for ‘Best Entertainment Programme’ at the Broadcast Digital Awards.
Having reached the top of the game in the UK – in his eyes at least – Keith Lemon wants to become famous in America and he’s taking some of his best-known characters along with him for the ride.
Whether it’s becoming a successful Hollywood actor, making a name for himself as a ubiquitous TV personality or his number one wish of hosting his own hit chat US show Keith will do whatever it takes to overcome the odds in the pursuit of fame – after all, if James Corden can do it, then why not Keith?
So Keith – and some of his hilarious alter-egos such as The Urban Fox and The Big Fat Gypsy Kardashians – is off to Los Angeles to try to achieve his dream. Luckily for us he’s allowed a camera crew to record his every move and over the six-part series we’ll share his highs and lows as he seeks success in La-La Land.
Welcome to Keith Lemon: Coming In America.
A BBC Three chat show where celebrity guests come over to stay at Greg & Russell’s. Greg James (BBC Radio 1 drivetime DJ) & Russell Kane (Perrier award-winning stand-up comedian) have taken their bromance to the next level and have moved in together to host their very own chat show.
Each week they invite a couple of celebrity guests to ‘their place’ for an unmissable, evening of unique entertainment. The hosts’ charm, hospitality and flair for what really makes a memorable evening, is set to guarantee the guests have got plenty to talk about.
The show that celebrates the fickle things we worry about (but shouldn’t), the things affect our everyday lives. Dating; drinking; shopping; snogging; blagging; banging; posing and preening…sure, these things may seem superficial, but for pretty much all of us, they form the very backbone of our day-to-day lives and they’re the details which we really care about.
Hosted by Nick Grimshaw, alongside team captains Kiss FM DJ Melvin and Rochelle ‘The Saturdays’ Hume, Sweat The Small Stuff is a brand new play-along panel game that embraces exactly these kind of topics and is as much informative as it is fun.
Enlightening the viewers with tips and tricks, Sweat The Small Stuff will provide genuine take-home advice which will help guide us all through life. This is cheeky, affirmative, anecdotal TV that mates will tell each other to watch because it’s completely identifiable – reflecting their world right back at them.
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?
Animal Antics is presented by Goodie legend Tim Brooke-Taylor and his ‘newshound’ Sparky (comedian Matthew Crosby dressed as a dog) this is the news as you’ve never seen it before.
The show sees the funniest animal clips around, packaged as news stories, with Sparky the dog offering his apparently expert animal opinion on all the major issues affecting the animal kingdom.
The Rob Brydon Show is a chat show, filmed in front of a live studio audience. Rob takes the audience into his world sharing his experiences as a dad, husband and a famous face.
And while you may think it’s all glamour, he’s just like every other befuddled man, unable to deal with the plumbing or panicked at the thought of school sports day.
The show features mix of famous guests from the world of showbiz, stand up from Rob and from guest comedians and there is also be a host of musical guests and Rob takes the chance to sing alongside them, show-casing his skills as a number one selling music artist as well as offering performance tips!
Guests in previous series include Bruce Forsythe, Ray Winstone, Dame Edna Everage, David Walliams, Michael McIntyre, Barbara Windsor, Professor Brian Cox, Ronnie Corbett, Sir Terry Wogan, James Corden and Ronan Keating .
Those watching also get the chance to join in when Rob throws the floor open to offer a chance for the audience to ask their own questions… as well as picking out the characters and joking with many of them as only Rob knows how.
Unzipped is an eye-opening chat show that lifts the lid on what celebrities and the Great British Public really think and really get up to. Asking all the questions you’re too afraid to ask, are hosts Greg James and Russell Kane.
Unzipped reveals the results of The Unzipped Report, a specially commissioned alternative census that offers a unique and hilarious snapshot of modern Britain. Uncovering the truth behind everything from our work lives to our sex lives, our moral compass to our biggest fears, expect some eye popping facts.
We’ve already learnt that 44% of people would like to punch their boss, 2% of people admit to only brushing their teeth on special occasions and that 30% of men have a favourite child.
Celebrity guests from Holly Willoughby to Jerry Springer are asked the same questions we’ve put to the nation in The Unzipped Report and by comparing their answers we can for the first time find out whether they’re normal or whether they’re just plain weird.
As well as the type of interviews you simply wouldn’t see anywhere else, there are hilarious games, shocking stunts and slick VTs all exploring how beliefs and behaviours differ across Britain.
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.
For the first time BBC Two takes us on a Buzzcocks-led trip down memory lane. Revisiting key years in Never Mind the Buzzcocks hilarity-strewn 16 year run, we find out just what was exercising the funny bones of our panellists and how that has reflected, and been informed by, what’s been happening in the world of popular culture.
Kick starting the series in 1996 – a bumper year for massive entertainment news stories and particularly notable for the year that gave birth to the comedy behemoth that is… Never Mind The Buzzcocks.
This show travels through the ages exposing how Buzzcocks has provided a hilarious counterpoint to the real world, often commenting on the big pop cultural issues and stories of the day, always filtered through a uniquely British and wonderfully edgy comedic sensibility.
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.
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.
The Keith Lemon Sketch Show consists of a fast paced blend of hilarious sketches and character comedy from the multi-talented Leigh Francis. From the ‘Big Fat Gypsy Kardashians’, to a talking urban fox and Harry Styles as you’ve never seen him before, this show is anarchic, recognisable and above all laugh out loud funny. Leigh’s central performances are supported by an ensemble cast comprising of up-and-coming comedy talent plus numerous high-profile celebrity cameos and even his real-life mum.
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.
2021 - Best Independent Production Company
2021 - Best Hot of a Format
2020 - Nominated for Best Entertaining Documentary
2020 - Nominated for Reality and Constructed Factual
2020 - Best Popular Factual Programme
2019 - Nominated for Best Popular Factual Series
2019 - Shortlisted for Best Entertaining Documentary
2015 - Best Satellite/Digital Programme
2015 - Multichannel
2014 - Best Satellite/Digital TV Programme
2014 - Nominated for comedy
2013 - Comedy Panel Show
2013 - Satelite/Digital programme sponsored by Humax Electronics
2013 - Entertainment Programme
2013 - Funniest Panel Show
2013 - Funniest Film
2013 - Second place - Panel, quiz or chat show
2013 - Silver Award - Best Comedy
2012 - Best Comedy Panel Show
2012 - Channel of the year award 'Indie of the Year'
2012 - Best Entertainment Show
2012 - YouTube Audience Award
2011 - Best Entertainment Show
2011 - Best TV Comic Female
2010 - Panel, Quiz and Chat Show
2009 - Panel, Quiz or Chat Show
2008 - NMTB - Best Entertainment Programme
2008 - Best Panel Show
2008 - Entertainment
2008 - Best Comedy Panel Show
2007 - Best comedy quiz show 2006
2007 - SIMON AMSTELL - Comedy Entertainment Personality
2007 - NMTB - Best Comedy Entertainment Programme
2007 - SIMON AMSTELL - Entertainment Performance
2006 - Best Gameshow Host - Stephen Fry
2006 - Runner Up - Light Entertainment category
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