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    How Clean Is Your House?

    How Clean Is Your House?

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    Channel 4
    A third season is on the way, so here they come again! Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie are aiming to conquer crud in the U.S.! By the time these two cleaning tornados whip through homes you can't even walk through, you'll be zipping through your own mess just to try out the handy tips they give, like polishing copper with ketchup/catsup and scrubbing tubs with baking soda and lemon juice. When's the last time you fog-proofed your bathroom mirrors by wiping them down with shaving cream? You think you know, but you might not! How Clean Is YOUR House?moreless
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    Sunday Brunch

    Sunday Brunch

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    Channel 4
    Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer host Sunday Brunch, filled with celebrity guests, tasty food, and banter.








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    V Graham Norton

    V Graham Norton

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    Channel 4 (ended 2003)
    The very witty and extremely outrageous Graham Norton presents a new weeknight edition of his adult-themed chat show. Mixing the once-famous with the now-famous, the strange and the unknown, Graham incorporates a whole variety of tasteless humour and wacky games to bring an enjoyable and amusing half-hour to our screens each night.moreless
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    Da Ali G Show

    Da Ali G Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 2000)
    Da Ali G Show is a British comedic television series that ran for one season on Channel 4 of the BBC. It was later purchased by HBO and new episodes appeared on American television for three seasons. Da Ali G Show features comedian Sasha Baron Cohen, who appears as different characters in numerous skits with unwitting participants. His "Ali G" character is a white rapper who hosts his own talk show in which he asks guests outlandish questions about politics, the media and (mostly) their personal lives. Most guests believe Ali G is perfectly serious about his questions, despite their absurd nature. Another popular character is "Borat Sagdiyev," an immigrant from Kazakhstan who often embarrasses those whom he is interviewing by engaging in anti-Semitic, misogynistic speech and strange Kazakh customs. Another regular character on Da Ali G Show is "Bruno," a gay Austrian television personality who typically ridicules his guests by having them offer exaggerated praise or criticism of celebrities. Both Borat and Bruno would later appear in successful American features films. moreless
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    Man to Man with Dean Learner

    Man to Man with Dean Learner

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    Channel 4
    The masterminds behind the cult favorite Garth Marenghi's Darkplace offer up this parody of the late night talk show. Celebrity guests make appearances on this series and are interviewed by their very own entertainment agent, Dean Learner.moreless
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    Richard & Judy

    Richard & Judy

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    Channel 4 (ended 2009)
    Richard & Judy was a successful British teatime chat/magazine show, which originally aired on Channel 4 between 2001 and 2008, then moved to digital channel Watch for a year, before ending on July 1st 2009. The hosts are famous husband and wife team Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, left ITV1's This Morning in 2001, were they were signed by Channel 4 to host a new teatime magazine/talk show similiar to the five episode series, The Richard & Judy Show, that they had presented in the Sunday night slot in 1992 on ITV. The couple began their first Channel 4 series in 2001 and hosted two series each year that they were on the channel, often sharing the slot with The Paul O'Grady Show, with each show airing for three months at a time. The show boasted celebrity roving reporters throughout each series, who often hosted a regular feature for numerous weeks. The show also featured recurring items, such as the Book Club and funniest internet video of the week. In November of 2007 it was announced that at the end of 2008, the couple will be leaving Channel 4 to help relaunch UKTV with a new primetime show. The last Channel 4 series began airing on the 16th of June 2008 and ended on August 22nd. The show began airing on Watch on 7th October 2008, under the name Richard & Judy's New Position at 8pm. After a Christmas break, the show returned on Tuesday 13th January, moving to 6pm, reverting back to Richard & Judy as the title. The ratings were constantly put under scrutiny, even though the show was featuring good guests. The show began it's last series on 21st April 2009, the last episode broadcast on 1st July.moreless