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    Jo Brand Through the Cakehole

    Jo Brand Through the Cakehole

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    Channel 4 (ended 1996)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Jam

    Jam

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    Channel 4 (ended 2000)
    British sketch comedy show
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    David Walliams' Awfully Good

    David Walliams' Awfully Good

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    Channel 4 (ended 2011)
    David Walliams' Awfully Good takes the worst of the best, finding humor in everything from old school ads to your favorite movie.
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    Terry and Julian

    Terry and Julian

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    Channel 4 (ended 1992)
    Terry is an average heterosexual man living in a flat in Streatham. He advertises for a lodger and Julian, a flamboyant homosexual celebrity takes up the offer. Terry's ordinary life, and his relationship with girlfriend policewoman Rene, is soon disrupted.moreless
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    Britain's Got the Pop Factor and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice

    Britain's Got the Pop Factor and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice

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    Channel 4
    Peter Kay returns to channel 4 with a satirical look at reality TV talent programmes. The show is the first original work for British television that Peter Kay has written and starred in for four years, and promises to be a joyous celebration of contemporary reality talent shows. It's set to air alongside a documentary fronted by the comedian, called Raider of the Pop Charts, which will feature his success in the music and video industry.moreless
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    Space Cadets

    Space Cadets

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    Channel 4 (ended 1997)
    An insane, comedy quiz show played for fun without concern for the winner.

    The show featured Gregory Proops as the high commander with Bill Bailey and Craig Charles as his two captains. The space-age game show was set in a futuristic ship and was monitored by the super computer "Hal" (as Greg calls him). Each captain would have two guests on his team for every episode and they would try to prove who knew more sci-fi facts through a variety of ways including trivia, guessing what props were used in which movies, etc. The show ran for ten weeks and was a great opportunity for Greg to show off his game show host skills.moreless
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    The Jack Dee Show

    The Jack Dee Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 1994)
    The Jack Dee Show was an early showcase for comedian Jack Dee. Set in the fictional Bohemia Club, Jack would perform his stand up routines with a musical interlude provided by a different guest each week. The first series (minus the Christmas special) is currently available to watch via Youtube or the 4od website.moreless
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    Britz

    Britz

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    Channel 4
    British Muslim Sohail and his sister Nasima are pulled in radically different directions following the 9/11 attacks in America. This two-part series one a BAFTA and an RTA in 2007.
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    Star Stories

    Star Stories

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    Channel 4
    Star Stories is a British comedy sketch show, which features parodies of the home lives of famous Hollywood couples. Stars featured include David and Victoria Beckham, George Michael, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, Jude Law and Sadie Frost and many more.moreless
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    Comedy World Cup

    Comedy World Cup

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    Channel 4 (ended 2012)
    Hosted by David Tennant, Comedy World Cup is a seven part panel show on Channel 4. A fierce competition to see which British comedians have the largest wealth of funny knowledge. The teams consists of three comedians. A team captain in their 30s or 40s, a 50+ legend, and a fresh faced comedian in their 20s. Alan Carr, Andy Parsons, Phill Jupitus, Omid Djalili, Johnny Vegas and Micky Flanagan are all featured on the show. Their goal, to win the ultimate prize, the Comedy World Cup.moreless
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    Dirty Laundry

    Dirty Laundry

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    Channel 4 (ended 2004)
    June Sarpong and Jeff Brazier hosted this T4 branded debate show, for young people. The show lasted for two series and twenty-three episodes, throughout March 2003 to March 2004. Each episode featured a specific topic which the audience would debate and would also look at the celebrities hitting the headlines. Jeff and Jane would also help out members of the audience, encouraging them to air their dirty laundry and help out their predicaments.moreless
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    Space Cadets (UK)

    Space Cadets (UK)

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    Channel 4 (ended 2006)
    Nine ordinary people are chosen to travel to Star City in Russia to train and become the first televised Britsh space tourists.

    The only thing is, they are not in Russia their in a old military base near Ipswitch about to emark on an epic voyage...in the shuttle simulator from the film Space Cowboys.

    This is the biggest hoax in television history, can it be pulled off? If it can the cadets could get up to £25,000 each.moreless
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    The Charlotte Church Show

    The Charlotte Church Show

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    Channel 4
    Charlotte Church takes a break from the music business to host her own Channel 4 television show in the UK. After opening the show with a song, Charlotte is joined by celebrity guests and features sketches, hidden camera stunts and interactive segments with her studio audience.moreless
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    Big World Cafe

    Big World Cafe

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    Channel 4 (ended 1989)
    British music series
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    Top Ten TV

    Top Ten TV

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    Channel 4 (ended 2002)
    Top Ten TVwas a spin off from the popular Top Ten series and followed the tradition of the early 2000's for clip based retrospectives. The show featured a different subject each week presented by a celebrity connected with subject. In May 2002 is was announced that Top Ten TV and its parent series would be axed in favour of new programming despite the second series gaining over 2 million viewers (approximately 13 per cent of the available audience). This came in the wake of the ITC (Independent Television Commission) criticising the amount of 'list programmes' being broadcast.moreless
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    Alan Bleasdale Presents

    Alan Bleasdale Presents

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    Channel 4 (ended 1994)
    Alan Bleasdale produces a short series of self contained dramas aimed at showcasing new writing talent.
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    The Gaby Roslin Show

    The Gaby Roslin Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 1996)
    The Gaby Roslin Show was a 10 part series, filmed live featuring interviews with celebrities, musicians, sports stars and people making the news. The series also featured musical performances.
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    The Home Show (UK)

    The Home Show (UK)

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    Channel 4
    Architect George Clarke presents this show, in which he helps couples fall back in love with their homes. George helps homeowners to reasses their homes with his bold design ideas.
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    A Bear's Tail

    A Bear's Tail

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    Channel 4 (ended 2005)
    A Bear's Tail” is a spin-off from the successful "Bo' Selecta!" series and takes the traditional sit-com format and trashes it! After the Bear settles in with his adopted mum Patsy Kensit, her husband Sean Pertwee, and her teenage daughter, he realises that he's in a sit-com. With the help of a celebrity scriptwriter living under the stairs, he makes the rules up as he goes along.moreless
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    Teen Big Brother

    Teen Big Brother

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    Channel 4 (ended 2003)
    In August 2003, eight 18-Year Olds moved into the Big Brother house for ten days. They were taking part in a special edition of popular Reality TV programme Big Brother. Just like the original version of the show, their every move would be recorded. Teen Big Brother started life as a special Channel 4 Educational Programme, which was first billed to air in 2004 as part of C4 Schools - a section of the schedule devoted to educational programming. But after producers edited the programme, they found the footage so compelling that they decided to consult Channel 4 producers as they felt the show deserved to be shown at a more appropriate time-slot. So the series got moved forward to October 2003, in which six episodes would be shown, showing highlights from the ten days in the house. Changes to the format were also made. Since the show was pre-recorded there was no public eviction votes as in previous incarnations of the show, instead the contestants had the power to evict two housemates. At the end, all previous housemates would decide on one winner, who would then choose a guest who would go with them on a trip of a lifetime. The show was broadcast on Channel 4 and repeated on E4. It was then heavily edited into a series of repeats in January of 2004 as it was originally intended as part of 4Learning.moreless
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