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Come Back Mrs. Noah

Come Back Mrs. Noah logoThe year is 2050 and Mrs. Gertrude Noah has won a competition. The prize is a pre-launch tour around Britain's newest space station, the Britannia 7. Unfortunately, through a series of errors, the space station is launched into space with Mrs. Noah and other non-astronauts still aboard. Now Ground Control is faced with bringing them safely back to earth.

Come Fly With Me

Come Fly With Me logoCome Fly With Me is a comedy sketch series starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas. The series is a spoof docu soap set in a busy airport featuring check-in staff to cabin crew, from pilots to paparazzi with all the principal characters played by the two stars.

Comedy Connections

Comedy Connections logoComedy Connections looks at the stories behind the production of some of Britain's comedy television programmes, showing how they tie in with the production of other comedy shows. The shows feature interviews with some of the cast and crew of the subject programme, as well as footage from the series. Comedy Connections mostly documents BBC comedies, although two programmes have been from ITV and two from Channel 4.

Comedy Playhouse

Comedy Playhouse logoComedy Playhouse is a long-running British anthology series of one-off unrelated sitcoms that aired for 120 episodes from 1961 to 1975. Many episodes later graduated to their own series, including Steptoe and Son, Till Death Us Do Part, All Gas and Gaiters, The Liver Birds, Are You Being Served? and Last of the Summer Wine. In March 2014, it was announced that Comedy Playhouse would make a return that year with three new episodes.

Comic Relief

Comic Relief logoComic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.

Comic Relief Does Fame Academy

Comic Relief Does Fame Academy logoIn March 2003, the BBC launched a spin-off of their popular endemol reality TV talent contest Fame Academy. Hosted by Cat Deeley & Patrick Kielty, and in aid of Comic Relief, eight celebrities sang live to the nation every evening, with one of them voted out by the public each day until only one winner remained. Celebrities that took part in the 2003 series were Ruby Wax, Ulrika Jonnson, Fearne Cotton, Jo Brand, Doon MacKichan, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Paul Ross, John Thompson and the eventual winner, Will Mellor. From the 4.5 million votes cast in 2003 the total raised from the public voting by phone, text and online was £750,000. For 2005 the series was made even bigger with thirteen celebrity students giving their time and singing talents for Comic Relief. Monarch of the Glen's Dawn Steele, ...

Commercial Breakdown

Commercial Breakdown logoThe show was first broadcast as 'Carrott's Commercial Breakdown' in Christmas 1989, fronted by the show's namesake Jasper Carrott. Carrott continued to present the show for the following three specials before passing the format on to other comedians the first being Rory McGrath followed by Jo Brand. The show was renamed for the next series and became After the Break. hosted by Patrick Kielty but it then returned to its original title to be hosted by Ruby Wax. Since then further series have been hosted by Jim Davidson, Jon Culshaw and the most recent series was presented by Jimmy Carr.

Common As Muck

Common As Muck logo"You know what God did on the seventh day? He never rested, oh no. He created my... bloody... dustmen. And all the undesirable bits, all the crap he left out of all the other folk he knocked off during the week, he gave to my... sodding... binmen!"<br> Common as Muck is a bitter sweet comedy drama set in and around a northern British town, which follows the lives of a group of refuse collectors.

Compose Yourself

Compose Yourself logoRenowned concert pianist Barry Douglas returns to his native Belfast in an attempt to transform eight secondary school children from musical novices to concert performers in just eight months

Count Dracula

Count Dracula logoIn this eerie, erotic and highly acclaimed adaptation of Bram Stoker's horror classic, Louis Jourdan brings a subtle menace and dark sensuality to his memorable portrayal of Count Dracula. one of the most fauthful screen versions ever of the original novel. A true gothic classic, 'Count Dracula' contains many scenes shot on location - such as London's Highgate Cemetery and Whitby Abbey - adding extra atmosphere to an already powerful production.
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