• 81
    Smile

    Smile

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2007)
    Smile, originally named Smile on Sunday began in September of 2002, the presenters were Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates, Devin Griffin (DJ Devstar) and their Purple Puppet friend, Nev. The show went out live at 8:30am. The show was a big hit so got extended airing from 8.00am and then eventually being aired at 7:30am-10:30am. In 2004, Reggie Yates began to miss shows so Barney Harwood was his stand in presenter. Then Fearne Cotton began to get other offers so Smile recruited Mohini Sule to stand-in. Then surprisingly, Devin Griffin left the show in April 2004 to be permanently replaced by Barney. Just 8 months later ,Fearne and Reggie and ex S Club Junior's Member Rochelle Wiseman joined Barney and Nev. In early 2006, Kirsten O'Brien joined the team, and the show got cut back to finish airing at 10.00am. The show mainly focuses on contests and games now, whereas before a big portion of the show was dedicated to the shows guests and a Video Vote.moreless
  • 82
    Bang! Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer

    Bang! Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    Welcome to the Bang! Bang! It's Reeves and Mortimer guide at TV.com. British sketch comedy show
  • 83
    Rutland Weekend Television

    Rutland Weekend Television

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 1976)
    In the early 1970s, while he wrote and performed for BBC-1's Monty Python's Flying Circus, Eric Idle conjured up a BBC Radio One series. He called it Radio Five in the days when the BBC had but four radio networks. The production facilities were so crude and the budget so cheap that Idle had to work the skin off his bones to do virtually every part. So when Monty Python's Flying Circus stopped, Idle was eager to do a new comedy-music series for BBC-2. As with Radio Five, the facilities and the budgets were to be absurdly cheap. Idle called his series Rutland Weekend Television, or RWT, after Britain's tiniest county, a county absorbed into Leicestershire before the series got on the air. Idle called on his good friend Neil Innes, former member of The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, to help put Rutland Weekend Television together. Innes wrote and performed songs (as did Idle). But Rutland Weekend Television did come at a hefty price. Because the BBC would not pay Idle to do the show, Idle demanded to have the American rights to the series. As a consequence, Idle never released Rutland Weekend Television to the States in any format. The lone break in the wall was the clip of "the fabulous Rutles" performing the song I Must Be In Love. This was the opening bit of an imagined rockumentary on the alternate Beatles. Idle showed this clip the first time he hosted Saturday Night Live. It impressed producer Lorne Michaels to a great extent. When Idle said he was planning to do a full-length Rutles documentary, Lorne Michaels convinced him to work in tandem with NBC's penchant for a large budget. The result was The Rutles: All You Need is Cash, which remains a cult classic.moreless
  • 84
    What The Victorians Did For Us

    What The Victorians Did For Us

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2001)
    What The Victorians Did For Us is the second in a series of documantaries entiled "What They Did For Us".

    Throughout the series, Adam Hart Davies takes a humorous, entertaining & informative look at the kings, queens, inventions, discoveries and laws of the Victorian era.

    The show covered many aspects of Victorian life, including finding out about the laws of the Victorian era, the Crystal Palace & Blackpool Pleasure Beach plus many many more.

    The show produced 8 episodes and was produced by the BBC.moreless
  • 85
    Bruiser

    Bruiser

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2000)
    A short-lived British comedy, Bruiser was a rapid-fire collage of weird and wacky spoofs and sketches. Although the show itself was ill-fated, it was host to a talented team of young British comedians, including Ricky Gervais, Martin Freeman, David Mitchell and Robert Webb, who would soon shoot to stardom with success elsewhere.moreless
  • 86
    The O-Zone

    The O-Zone

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2000)
    British pop music show
  • 87
    Heroes Unmasked

    Heroes Unmasked

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2008)
    Fans of Heroes in the UK can load up on their knowledge of show trivia with this informative series. The BBC brings inside info on characters and episodes.
  • 88
    What a Load of Buzzcocks

    What a Load of Buzzcocks

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2013)
    Since 1996 Never Mind the Buzzcocks has been a regular show in BBC Two schedules. In this show Blur's Alex James looks back at different years of music including related clips from 17 years of Buzzcocks.moreless
  • 89
    The Choir

    The Choir

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Gareth Malone is a choirmaster who attempts to put together a choir with singers from different places. From schools who don't have musical traditions to neighborhoods who lack community.
  • 90
    How Earth Made Us

    How Earth Made Us

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Geologist and presenter Professor Iain Stewart returns to BBC 2 to continue the story of the relationship between human civilization and Earth.
  • 91
    Edwardian Farm

    Edwardian Farm

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Ever wondered what life was like on an Edwardian farm> Archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn join domestic historian Ruth Goodman to experience just that for BBC2's latest documentary.
  • 92
    Charley Boorman: Sydney to Tokyo By Any Means

    Charley Boorman: Sydney to Tokyo By Any Means

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2009)
    Charley Boorman is back in his second outing of By Any Means, this time he sets off from Sydney, Australia and rides any mode of transport possible, whilst avoiding any major airlines to get to his final destination in Tokyo, Japan.moreless
  • 93
    Wonders Of The Solar System

    Wonders Of The Solar System

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2010)
    Professor Brian Cox reviews the true wonders of the solar system.
  • 94
    The Restaurant (UK)

    The Restaurant (UK)

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc is on the lookout for a couple to join him in opening and running a new restaurant. The show, now entering its third series, gives couples the opportunity to compete for the chance to work with Raymond. If you are a talented cook or host this is your chance. You could be a married couple, in a relationship, relatives, friends or colleagues as long as you share a dream of running your own restaurantmoreless
  • 95
    Arctic With Bruce Parry

    Arctic With Bruce Parry

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Explorer Bruce Parry continues his adventures, this time in the wilderness of the Arctic where he explores the dramatic changes facing the people living there.
  • 96
    Louis Theroux

    Louis Theroux

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Acclaimed British personality Louis Theroux hosts this docu-series on BBC America that takes viewers are the world to such places as San Quentin Prison, South Africa's hunting areas, and much more.moreless
  • 97
    Doctor Who: A Celebration Concert

    Doctor Who: A Celebration Concert

    Follow
    BBC Two
    David Tennant presents this special concert from the Wales Millennium Centre as Ben Foster conducts the BBC National Orchestra and the chorus of Wales in the soundtrack to Doctor Who.
  • 98
    The Politician's Husband

    The Politician's Husband

    Follow
    BBC Two (ended 2013)
    David Tennant and Emily Watson star in this three part series as political 'golden couple' Aiden and Freya Hoynes who face a reshuffle in their marriage when Aiden's attempt at a leadership challenge fails and he falls into the shadow of Freya's growing career.moreless
  • 99
    An Adventure in Space and Time

    An Adventure in Space and Time

    Follow
    BBC Two
    An Adventure in Space and Time charts the creation of classic sci-fi series Doctor Who and the early years of the series featuring Harry Potter's David Bradley as William Hartnell and written by Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss.moreless
  • 100
    White Heat

    White Heat

    Follow
    BBC Two
    Different people can have such an effect on your life. In this six-part series the relationships of seven characters are explored from the Sixties to the present day.
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10