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    The Max Headroom Show

    The Max Headroom Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 1985)
    British talk show not to be confused with the TV series "Max Headroom"
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    Vic Reeves Big Night Out

    Vic Reeves Big Night Out

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British sketch comedy show
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    10 O'Clock Live

    10 O'Clock Live

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    Channel 4 (ended 2013)
    You've seen live news broadcasts. Now watch four of Channel 4's top comedians give their take on these shows. In 10 O'Clock Live Jimmy Carr, David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne will pose as journalists reporting on live news. Each will have their own sections on which to report, and they'll also team up in parts too. The show was commissioned following the success of Channel 4's Alternative Election Night during the 2010 elections.moreless
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    Seven Dwarves

    Seven Dwarves

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    Channel 4
    Seven dwarf actors live together while they perform in a production of Snow White.
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    Wyrd Sisters

    Wyrd Sisters

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    Channel 4 (ended 1997)
    British animated movie based on Terry Pratchett's sixth Discworld novel.
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    Paul Merton, the Series

    Paul Merton, the Series

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Eurotrash

    Eurotrash

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    Channel 4 (ended 2004)
    This soft-core 30 minute-long porn series aired in the UK over a 10-year period and had 16 seasons (some years they aired 2 full seasons). This was a low-budget comedy that included eroticism, titillation, sarcasm and a lot of bizarre situations.moreless
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    City Of Vice

    City Of Vice

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    Channel 4
    An atypical period drama set in Georgian England in the 18th Century, this addictive drama tells the story of the first London police force.
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    Derren Brown: The Events

    Derren Brown: The Events

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    Channel 4
    Illusionist Derren Brown comes up with a new series of specials, showing how to predict the lottery number, control the nation with a piece of media, how to be a psychic spy by utilizing remote viewing or how to beat a casino.moreless
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    Prospects

    Prospects

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    Channel 4 (ended 1986)
    Gary Olsen and Brian Bovell star as Pincey and Billy, best friends who try and make a fast buck with various dodgy deals on the streets of London.
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    Bo! In The USA

    Bo! In The USA

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    Channel 4 (ended 2006)
    Leigh Francis reprises his role of Avid Merrion and along with Barunka O'Shaughnessy, as his wife and sister Sacha, opens a hotel in L.A. full of celebrities, including past favourites Craig David and George Michael. Old favourites like The Bear return as well, The Bear's looking for a way to break America after A Bear's Tail was dropped, so he joins a agency ran by Verne Troyer. Keith Lemon is trying to make it big as well with his latest invention the Securipole and enlists the help of Fabio. Unlike the past series of Bo' Selecta!, most of this series is shot as if it's a documentary about the Merrion hotel. At the end of the first part of each episode, and beginning of the second part, adverts for fake Channel 4 programmes are shown.moreless
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    Big Brother's Little Brother

    Big Brother's Little Brother

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    Channel 4 (ended 2010)
    The show included all the latest Big Brother news and exclusive clips from housemates before they entered the house. It was the longest running spin-off of the main show.

    The series had alot of recurring items that appeared in different formats, series by series. A recap of the days happenings opened each episode and aired under the title of BBLB News (previously BBLB Hot News & Weather, BBLB News 25) and at the end of each episode until the last series, the host(s) often sat with the episodes guests and looks over the coverage in the press in BBLB Review, this was previously called Call BBLB, were live calls and emails would be asked to that episodes guests and the BBLB Forum which worked in the same way, however took place only over the internet were viewers would pose their questions in a moderated forum and was also known as Little Brother's Big Answer, were a direct behind the scenes question would be answered on behalf of a viewer.

    The show was represented in the media by a eye, which is different for each series, often trying to incorporate a theme for the series. These were often released before the show actually begins and are also used in the opening titles of the show. The theme tune by Paul Oakenfold and Andy Gray is released under 'Big Brother Theme' by Element Four - tweaks were made to the theme used throughout each series. The set also changed from series to series.

    The show was previously hosted by Dermot O'Leary, for the first twelve series (who was also a Assistant Producer by the time he left the show). Natalie Casey also co-hosted for the first week of the first series.

    When Dermot left, rumours circulated about who would be taking his place on the show, it was eventually announced that George Lamb and Zezi Ifore would be co-presenters on the next series. Zezi wasn't popular at all with the viewers and the show became criticised heavily over her poor presenting skills. She was gradually demoted to a roving reporter role, until she was completely axed in between Big Brother 9 and Celebrity Big Brother 6. Throughout the series in which George and Zezi presented, certain episodes starting airing for an hour instead of the half an hour they were billed for, these extended episodes continued in Series 14 and 15, however the episodes were publicised as airing for an hour. Throughout series 14, ex-celebrity housemate Michael Barrymore took on the role of roving reporter. Whilst in the shows last two series, series 17 and 18, Emma Willis co-hosted alongside George.

    The show itself has not only ran through the main Big Brother series (from series two onwards), but also the Celebrity and Celebrity Hijack series as well as the final Ultimate series. (With the exception of the first 'Celebrity' series due to it been simulcast on the BBC.) The show's title is often abbreviated to BBLB. Or throughout the Celebrity Big Brother series, CBBLB.

    After an eviction, the housemate(s) evicted from the Big Brother house, traditionally spent their first week out of the house as a guest on Big Brother's Little Brother. This changed from series 13, as the housemate tended to only appear once or twice throughout the week. The show also boasted celebrity guests and experts who come in to discuss and analyse the events occuring in the Big Brother house. Other ex-housemates from previous series often returned in recurring features, series by series as well.

    When the show first began it aired on weeknights on Channel 4 from 6pm it has also had brief stints in the 6.30pm and 5.30pm timeslots. It was also rebranded as Big Brother's Little Breakfast (Alongside Celebrity Big Brother 4-Series 8), were it moved to 8am. It moved to 7.30pm on E4 in series 9 until 4th July 2008, were it remained in the 6.00pm slot, until the main shows cancellation in 2010.moreless
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    Nightingales (1990)

    Nightingales (1990)

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    Nightingales was a surreal British comedy featuring three night-watchmen and a corpse (they keep the corpse around to collect his wages) in an office tower block somewhere in Britain. Anything can happen from a friendly part-time werewolf performing open heart surgery on one of them, to an allegorical Mary who turns up pregnant at their door on Christmas Eve.moreless
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    Bits

    Bits

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    Channel 4 (ended 2007)
    Channel 4's cult late night review show which was originally shown on 4Later before getting a (less risque) morning slot on T4. Basically, it was computer games show whose reviewers were three women who actually knew their stuff about computer games. Each week there would be an unconvetional theme running through the show backed up by news, previews and reviews.moreless
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    Derren Brown: Evening of Wonders

    Derren Brown: Evening of Wonders

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    Channel 4
    Psychological illusionist Derren Brown returns with more mind-boggling stunts. This special televised version of the illusionist's live stage show in London shows him performing new illusions on members of the audience.moreless
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    Seven Days

    Seven Days

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    Channel 4
    Channel 4 are launching this docu-soap show, which follows the lives of real-life people in London's Notting Hill, as an attempt to fill the reality void that Big Brother has left.moreless
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    The Morgana Show

    The Morgana Show

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    Channel 4
    The Morgana Show, fronted by Morgana Robinson, is a comedy series that sees the titular comic do impersonations of celebrities.
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    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
    The Six Wives of Henry the VIII is, not surprisingly, about Henry the VIII and his six wives. Viewers see how Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymore, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr each managed to become the Queen of England. We learn about the difficulties theese women went through in order to be Queens, and find out what happened to each at the time of her death. David Starkey tells us about the six women and guides us through the castles where they lived, stayed, or drew their last breaths.

    Aired on PBS July 16 and 23, 2003.moreless
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    S.W.A.L.K.

    S.W.A.L.K.

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    Channel 4 (ended 1984)
    Amanda is a teenage girl who solves her everyday problems using teen magazines.
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    The Armando Iannucci Shows

    The Armando Iannucci Shows

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
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