The Paul O'Grady Show

ITV (ended 2009)


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The Paul O'Grady Show

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Paul O'Grady, a famous Liverpudlian comedian, who began his showbiz career as alias Lily Savage, hosted this teatime entertainment show featuring interviews with guest stars and audience participation. The show aired in the 5pm to 6pm Monday-Friday slot throughout its duration. Each episode also featured the voiceover talents of Peter Dickson. During its time on ITV1 the show aired for 160 episodes in three series. In 2006 the show's production company Granada allegedly forgot to renew Paul's contract. Paul revealed that he had quit ITV1 and he was to move to Channel 4. The New Paul O'Grady Show (the 'new' been dropped from the name in 2007) began on Channel 4, on 27 March2006 now under production from Paul's own production company Olga TV. Paul's contract came to a end at the end of 2009. Whilst in talks to renew the show and his contract, Channel 4 wanted to make large cuts to Paul's salary and the show's budget. Paul decided to end the show.


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    • Change the record Paul.

      I love the man and his stop shouting "put your hands together,lets hear it ,come on",for whoever he is introducing,it really grates.
    • You are the best show since slice bread

      Paul Ogrady when you were born they broke the mould.

      Keep your show going its so funny,just what we need to cheer us up
    • This a teatime entertainment show.

      Paul Ogrady is the host and brings the show alive. Its a mix of celeb guests that he talks to and normal people that has special talents. There are lots of children on the show too, he really does get everyone involved. He makes special people's deams comes true (very often brave and special children). He also very often has lots of abanded dogs, and lots of clinics for other animals, there is even a resident vet. Paul has a special co-host - his dog Buster. Buster gets more fan mail than Paul. Paul also plays on his organ to try and help people win money. Paul has just the right mix of charm and wit which makes him the perfect host to a great show.moreless
    • best tea-time show ever !

      this show has the perfect formula, hilarious host, great celebrities that arent c - lister's, good music, dogs! and a fun quiz. Paul is such a legend, he is so funny and makes the show what it is, even when it has a geust i dont know of he manages to liven up the show with his humour. This show just seems to never dissapoint and it remains the king of tea-time telly especially compared to richard and judy and other toot that is on at 5:00. I have to say my favourite ever episode of this show was the last one before christmas last year and it had peter kay on there dressed as a snow man!moreless
    • watched vernon kay and he was brilliant while paul had his rest with buster

      came to the show with 5 mates and we all enjoyed the show and where happy with all the producers they all looked after us tha audience where all in spirt and had a great time we liked the way we where all getting into the songs for the piano song and we all danced.

      ive got tickets for the 18th dec cant wait to come me and all me mates again. it was good as i sat next to vernon family and they where very talkative wat a great day out hope buster is now very well love to you allmoreless

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