Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? (2003)

BBC Two (ended 2003)


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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? (2003), is a reality show presented by Anne Robinson and broadcast originally on BBC Two. In each episode Anne invites a different celebrity guest, who is then allowed to construct a fantasy dinner party. The celebrity guest chooses the venue, the menu, and their ideal dinner party guest list. The format allows Anne to have dinner conversations with her guests that are not focused on the next book or movie, but rather on what their interests are and who they admire. The first episode features actress/author Joan Collins as the celebrity guest, who invites a former American president to dinner. Subsequent celebrity guests included comedienne Jo Brand, whose dinner party list includes Julius Caesar. Best-selling British cookery author Delia Smith, Family Fortunes host Les Dennis, comedian Sean Hughes, journalist/politician Michael Portillo, comedian Rich Hall, and entertainer Bob Monkhouse were also featured in episodes of the show, which ran over eight episodes between May and June, 2003.