Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction is a simple idea for a highly entertaining series.

A well-known figure from the entertainment industry begins the series interviewing the person of their choice.

The following week the interviewee becomes interviewer and chats to their chosen guest.

And so on and so on.

Recorded in front of an audience, this six part series has some big name stars from the world of entertainment interviewing others whose work they appreciate and admire.

Each interviewer in the series brings their own individual style to the flavour of the show and each pairing has its own unique rapport.

The interviews will focus on the life, career and the passions of the interviewee, often proving to be as revealing about the interviewer.

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Another chance to hear the series in which public figures are interviewed. Jenny Eclair quizzes Jimmy Carr.

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Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Comedian Stuart Lee interviews comic book writer Alan Moore about Batman, Jack the Ripper and resisting Hollywood's filthy lucre.

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Series in which public figures choose others to interview. 3/6: Mark Thomas talks to Alexei Sayle.

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4/6. Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Alexei Sayle talks to Lenny Henry.

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Series in which public figures choose others to interview. 5/6: Lenny Henry talks to Bill Bailey.

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Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Bill Bailey talks to Simon Pegg.

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Sarah Dunant reveals the personal and political interests involved in the art of decision making when she invites four guests to show their skill in a hypothetical scenario.

How will the interested parties react when a potentially deadly new strain of flu hits Britain?

Producer Ariane Koek

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Sarah Dunant invites four guests to demonstrate their decision-making skills in a hypothetical scenario.

2: It's May 1997... a normal day at Lime Marsh prison - until a disturbance starts. How would the interested parties react? Producer Ariane Koek

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Sarah Dunant presents five discussion programmes exploring the art of decision-making and the dilemmas it involves.

3: The future of Hong Kong is under the spotlight as a hypothetical scenario unfolds ahead of the handover to China. Producer Ariane Koek

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What if all of us could live longer?

Who would look after us? And would we be better off? Decision-makers from politics, religion and healthcare debate the question as Sarah Dunant presents them with the last hypothetical scenario in the series. Producer Ariane Koek

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Lenny picks up the interview baton and asks Bill some probing questions.

Lenny picks up the interview baton and asks Bill some probing questions. Episode 5 of 6.

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Chain Reaction is a simple idea for a highly entertaining series.

A well-known figure from the entertainment industry begins the series interviewing the person of their choice.

The following week the interviewee becomes interviewer and chats to their chosen guest.

And so on and so on.

Recorded in front of an audience, this six part series has some big name stars from the world of entertainment interviewing others whose work they appreciate and admire.

Each interviewer in the series brings their own individual style to the flavour of the show and each pairing has its own unique rapport.

The interviews will focus on the life, career and the passions of the interviewee, often proving to be as revealing about the interviewer.The feisty comedienne interviews the deadpan funny man in the tag talk show.

The feisty comedienne and the deadpan funny man in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

The feisty comedienne and the deadpan funny man in the tag talk show.

This week, acerbic wit Jenny Eclair interviews prolific gag merchant, Jimmy Carr

The feisty comedienne interviews the deadpan funny man in the tag talk show.

The talk-show in which a well-known public figure chooses another to interview. This week, acerbic wit Jenny Eclair interviews prolific gag merchant, Jimmy Carr.

0102Jimmy Carr Interviews Matt Lucas2005010620050426
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Jimmy Carr talks to Matt Lucas about Shooting Stars, Little Britain and his ambition to open a chocolate shop.

The deadpan funny man and the 'Little Britain' star in the tag talk show.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Jimmy Carr talks to Matt Lucas about Shooting Stars, Little Britain and his ambition to open a chocolate shop.

0103Matt Lucas Interviews Johnny Vegas2005011320050503
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Matt Lucas talks to Johnny Vegas about working in Argos and how he found fame and fortune.

The 'Little Britain' star and the up front comedian in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

The 'Little Britain' star and the up front comedian in the tag talk show.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Matt Lucas talks to Johnny Vegas about working in Argos and how he found fame and fortune.

0104Johnny Vegas Interviews Stewart Lee2005012020050510
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One up front and opinionated comedian interviews another in the tag talk show.

Johnny Vegas talks to Stewart Lee on such diverse subjects as Jerry Springer the Opera and being the most middle-class person in Britain.

0105Stewart Lee Interviews Alan Moore2005012720050517
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Comedian Stuart Lee asks comic book writer Alan Moore about Batman, Jack the Ripper and having his comics turned into films.

Three bits cut from the final programme for reasons of time were available on-line.

The dry comedian and the acclaimed comic-book writer in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

The dry comedian interviews the acclaimed comic-book writer in the tag talk show.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Comedian Stuart Lee asks comic book writer Alan Moore about Batman, Jack the Ripper and having his comics turned into films.

0105Stewart Lee To Alan Moore - Extra 1

When Stewart Was A Cyberman.

0105Stewart Lee To Alan Moore - Extra 2

Alan traces the origins of the Superman mythos.

0105Stewart Lee To Alan Moore - Extra 3

Why Alan thinks The Killing Joke is not amongst his best work.

0105Stewart Lee Interviews Alan Moore2005012720170623 (BBC7)

The dry comedian interviews the acclaimed comic-book writer in the tag talk show.

0106Alan Moore Interviews Brian Eno20170630 (BBC7)

The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.

0106 LASTAlan Moore Interviews Brian Eno2005020320050524
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Comic book writer Alan Moore talks to composer, musician and producer Brian Eno.

Brian talks about leaving Roxy Music, working with Bowie and the advantages of a giant man-eating spider.

The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is the next interviewer.

The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. 6/6. Comic book writer Alan Moore talks to composer, musician and producer Brian Eno.

02Alexei Sayle Interviews Lenny Henry20070527 BT=1230 (BBC7)
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One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show.

'Stuff' and nonsense as Alexei Sayle picks up the interview baton and tackles Lenny Henry with some probing questions. Episode 4 of 6

Alexei Sayle picks up the interview baton and tackles Lenny Henry with some probing questions. Episode 4 of 6.

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The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show.

Feisty comedienne Jo Brand and veteran gagsmith Barry Cryer in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

Based on the original BBC Radio 5 programme of the same name, Chain Reaction is a simple idea of big name stars from the world of entertainment interviewing others whose work they appreciate and admire.

Recorded with an audience, the interviews focus on the life, career and the passions of the interviewee but often prove to be as revealing about the interviewer.

Producer: Tilusha Ghelani

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2004.

From December 2004.

The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

Comedian Jo in conversation with the ever-popular writer and comedian Barry Cryer.

The razor sharp comedienne and the veteran funny man in the tag talk show.

The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show. From December 2004.

Jo in conversation with the ever-popular writer and comedian Barry Cryer. Episode 1 of 6.

Comedian Jo in conversation with the ever-popular writer and comedian Barry Cryer. Episode 1 of 6.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Jo Brand talks to Barry Cryer.

0202Barry Cryer Interviews Mark Thomas
0202Barry Cryer Interviews Mark Thomas2006022220070809
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The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show.

From January 2005.

The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

The relay-race style interview series continues as comic veteran Barry Cryer talks to bad boy Mark Thomas.

The veteran funny man and the tough-talking comedian in the tag talk show.

The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show. From January 2005.

The relay-race-style interview series continues. Episode 2 of 6.

The relay-race style interview series continues as veteran Barry Cryer interviews bad boy Mark Thomas. Episode 2 of 6.

The relay-race style interview series continues as comic veteran Barry Cryer talks to bad boy Mark Thomas. Episode 2 of 6.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Barry Cryer talks to Mark Thomas.

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The veteran comic and sharp comedian in the tag talk show. From January 2005.

Veteran gagsmith Barry Cryer and political comedian Mark Thomas in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

Based on the original BBC Radio 5 programme of the same name, Chain Reaction is a simple idea of big name stars from the world of entertainment interviewing others whose work they appreciate and admire.

Recorded with an audience, the interviews focus on the life, career and the passions of the interviewee but often prove to be as revealing about the interviewer.

Producer: Tilusha Ghelani

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2004.

0203Mark Thomas Interviews Alexei Sayle2006030120070816
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One tough-talking comedian chats to another in the tag talk show. From January 2005.

One tough-talking funny man chats to another in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

Based on the original BBC Radio 5 programme of the same name, Chain Reaction is a simple idea of big name stars from the world of entertainment interviewing others whose work they appreciate and admire.

Recorded with an audience, the interviews focus on the life, career and the passions of the interviewee but often prove to be as revealing about the interviewer.

Producer: Tilusha Ghelani

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.

One tough-talking comedian chats to another in the tag talk show.

Mark Thomas talks to Alexei Sayle about his 'car-crash career'.

Mark Thomas talks to Alexei Sayle about his 'car-crash career'. Episode 3 of 6.

Mark talks to Alexei about his 'car-crash career'. Episode 3 of 6.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. The previous week's guest Mark Thomas turns host and talks to his comic hero Alexei Sayle.

0204Alexei Sayle Interviews Lenny Henry2006030820070823
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One feisty comedian grills another in the tag talk show.

One feisty comedian grills another in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

From January 2005.

'Stuff' and nonsense as Alexei Sayle picks up the interview baton and tackles Lenny Henry with some probing questions.

The previous week's guest Alexei Sayle turns host and talks to fellow comic Lenny Henry.

0205Lenny Henry Interviews Bill Bailey2006031520070830
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One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show.

From January 2005.

One feisty comedian grills another in the tag talk show where the guest is the next programme's interviewer.

One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

Lenny picks up the interview baton and asks Bill some probing questions.

Lenny interviews fellow comedian Bill about his journey from lounge pianist to comedy's answer to Jimi Hendrix.

One feisty comedian grills another in the tag talk show where the guest is the next programme's interviewer. From January 2005.

One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show. From January 2005.

Lenny picks up the interview baton and asks Bill some probing questions. Episode 5 of 6. Episode 5 of 6.

Lenny interviews fellow comedian Bill about his journey from lounge pianist to comedy's answer to Jimi Hendrix. Episode 5 of 6.

The previous week's guest Lenny Henry turns host and talks to fellow comic Bill Bailey.

0206Bill Bailey Interviews Simon Pegg20060322

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. The week's previous guest, Bill Bailey, talks to Simon Pegg.

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One feisty funny man grills another in the tag talk show, where the guest is the next interviewer. From February 2005.

One feisty funny man grills another in the tag talk show.

One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show.

The baton is passed on once more as Bill takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon. Episode 6 of 6.

The baton is passed on once more as Bill Bailey takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon Pegg.

The baton is passed on once more as Bill Bailey takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon Pegg. Episode 6 of 6.

The baton is passed on again as Bill Bailey takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon Pegg. Episode 6 of 6.

One feisty funny man grills another in the tag talk show, where the guest is the next interviewer.

From February 2005.

One feisty stand-up comedian grills another in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is the next episode's interviewer.

The baton is passed on again as Bill Bailey takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon Pegg.

The baton is passed on once more as Bill takes up the mantle of interviewer and talks to Simon.

03Clive Anderson Interviews John Lloyd20090501
03Jeremy Hardy20090529
03John Hegley Interviews Jack Dee20090522
03John Lloyd Interviews Phill Jupitus20090508
03Marcus Brigstocke Interviews Clive Anderson20090424
03Phill Jupitus Interviews John Hegley20090515
0301Marcus Brigstocke Interviews Clive Anderson2007011020090424
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The comedian and the presenter get chatting - Marcus Brigstocke interviews broadcaster and presenter Clive Anderson.

The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag talk show.

The comedian and the lawyer-turned-presenter get chatting in the tag-team talk show.

Comedian Marcus Brigstocke and lawyer-turned-presenter Clive Anderson get chatting in the tag-team talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer. From January 2007.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview.

0302Clive Anderson Interviews John Lloyd2007011720090501
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The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag talk show.

The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview.

The previous week's guest Clive Anderson grabs the microphone to interview his selected guest, John Lloyd, the man responsible for programmes such as Not the Nine O'Clock News, Blackadder, Spitting Image and QI.

Clive asks John about co-writing and falling out with Douglas Adams and the key to creating great comedy.

Clive Anderson asks John Lloyd about co-writing and falling out with Douglas Adams.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. The previous week's guest Clive Anderson grabs the microphone to interview his selected guest, John Lloyd, the man responsible for programmes such as Not the Nine O'Clock News, Blackadder, Spitting Image and QI.

0303John Lloyd Interviews Phill Jupitus2007012420090508
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The producer and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show.

The producer and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview.

The previous week's guest John Lloyd grabs the microphone to interview his guest Phill Jupitus, comedian, radio presenter and Never Mind the Buzzcocks team captain.

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. The previous week's guest John Lloyd grabs the microphone to interview his selected guest, comic Phill Jupitus.

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The comedian and comic poet get chatting in the tag talk show, where one week's guest is the following week's interviewer.

The comedian and comic poet get chatting in the tag talk show.

Phill Jupitus talks to fellow poet and comedian John Hegley

Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Phill Jupitus talks to fellow poet and comedian John Hegley.

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The comic poet and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show.

The comic poet and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show, where one week's guest is the following week's interviewer.

The tag team talk show continues with previous week's guest John Hegley grabbing the microphone to interview the comedian Jack Dee.

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The comic poet and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show.

The comic poet and comedian get chatting in the tag talk show, where one week's guest is the following week's interviewer.

The tag team talk show continues with previous week's guest John Hegley grabbing the microphone to interview comedian Jack Dee.

John Hegley grabs the microphone to interview comedian Jack Dee.

The tag team talk show continues with previous week's guest John Hegley grabbing the microphone to interview the comedian Jack Dee

0306Jack Dee Interviews Jeremy Hardy20070214

The tag team talk show continues with the previous week's guest Jack Dee grabbing the microphone to interview a comedian he admires, Jeremy Hardy.

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The two comedians get chatting in the tag talk show, where one week's guest is the following week's interviewer.

The two comedians get chatting in the tag talk show.

Jack Dee talks to fellow comedian Jeremy Hardy

The two comedians get chatting in the tag-team talk show.

The two comedians get chatting in the tag-team talk show, where this week's guest is next week's interviewer. From February 2007.

0401Catherine Tate Interviews David Tennant2008022120091203
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Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

Catherine Tate takes the host's chair as she talks to - or mercilessly teases - David Tennant.

Catherine Tate takes the host's chair as she talks to David Tennant

The Doctor Who stalwarts meet in the tag talk show.

Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. Catherine Tate takes the host's chair as she talks to - or mercilessly teases - David Tennant.

Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer. Catherine Tate takes the host's chair as she talks to David Tennant.

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Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the following week's interviewer.

David Tennant talks to Richard Wilson

Who'd believe it! The Time Lord and the famous TV pensioner have a no-holds-barred relay race discussion. From February 2008.

The Time Lord and the famous TV pensioner have a no-holds-barred relay race discussion.

Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer. David Tennant talks to Richard Wilson.

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Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer.

Richard Wilson talks to Arabella Weir

The famous TV pensioner passes the baton to the Fast Show gal in the relay chat show. From March 2008.

The famous TV pensioner passes the baton to the Fast Show gal in the relay chat show.

Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer. Richard Wilson talks to Arabella Weir.

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Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

Arabella Weir talks to Paul Whitehouse about The Fast Show, Down the Line and his career in comedy.

Arabella Weir talks to Paul Whitehouse about his career in comedy.

The story of 'Suits You, Sir' as two Fast Show stars reunite in the relay interview show.

The story of 'Suits You, Sir' as two Fast Show stars are reunited in the relay interview show. From March 2008.

Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer. Arabella Weir talks to Paul Whitehouse about The Fast Show, Down the Line and his career in comedy.

0404 LASTArabella Weir Interviews Paul Whitehouse20091224
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04TRAILCatherine Tate And David Tennant
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0501Robert Llewellyn Interviews Dave Gorman20090902

Robert Llewellyn interviews Dave Gorman, the comedian responsible for shows like Are You Dave Gorman?, Googlewhack Adventure and Genius.

Robert asks Dave about cycling across Britain, online stalkers and life-threatening trips to Mexico.

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Robert Llewellyn interviews comedian Dave Gorman.

Chat show in which last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

Robert Llewellyn interviews Dave Gorman, the comedian responsible for shows like Are You Dave Gorman?, Googlewhack Adventure and Genius. Robert asks Dave about cycling across Britain, online stalkers and life-threatening trips to Mexico.

Robert Llewellyn interviews Dave Gorman, the comedian responsible for shows like Are You Dave Gorman?, Googlewhack Adventure and Genius.

Robert asks Dave about cycling across Britain, online stalkers and life-threatening trips to Mexico.

0502Dave Gorman Interviews Frank Skinner2009090920140324 (BBC7)
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Dave Gorman interviews Frank Skinner, asking him about his return to stand up, censorship in comedy and the merits of outdoor toilets.

The Genius comic asks the popular stand-up about the merits of outdoor toilets.

Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer.

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0503Eddie Izzard20090916

0503Frank Skinner Interviews Eddie Izzard2009091620140331 (BBC7)
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Frank Skinner interviews Eddie Izzard, asking him about performing up lamp-posts, the secret to improvising and (literally) breaking in to Hollywood.

Frank Skinner interviews Eddie Izzard.

Chat show in which a previous week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

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Eddie Izzard interviews former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell.

He asks him about his breakdown, working for Tony Blair and his beginnings as a soft porn writer.

The stand-up comic interviews the political spin doctor in the tag-team talk show.

Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the following week's interviewer.

Eddie Izzard interviews former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell. He asks him about his breakdown, working for Tony Blair and his beginnings as a soft porn writer.

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The impressionist and the spin doctor in the tag-team talk show.

Chat show in which the one week's interviewee becomes the following week's interviewer.

Alastair Campbell interviews impressionist, comedian and actor Alistair McGowan.

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0505Alistair Mcgowan Interviews Alistair Mcgowan20090930

Chat show in which the one week's interviewee becomes the following week's interviewer.

Alastair Campbell interviews impressionist, comedian and actor Alistair McGowan.

0506Alistair Mcgowan Interviews Simon Callow20091007

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Chat show in which one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer.

Alistair Mcgowan interviews actor Simon Callow.

Alistair Mcgowan interviews the actor Simon Callow

Impressionist Alistair McGowan interviews actor Simon Callow in the tag-team talk show.

Impressionist Alistair McGowan interviews actor Simon Callow in the tag-team talk show, where this week's guest is the next week's interviewer. From September 2009.

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The impressionist chats to the comedian, in the tag talk show in which the guest is the next show's interviewer. Fresh from 4, 13th August 2010.

The impressionist chats to the comedian. Fresh from 4, 13th August 2010.

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A brand new series of Chain Reaction, the talk show with a twist where this week's guest becomes next week's interviewer.

This series kicks off with Scottish actress, comedian and impressionist Ronni Ancona interviewing one of the UK's most celebrated comics, writer and star of "Not Going Out" Lee Mack.

Actress and impressionist Ronni Ancona interviews comedian Lee Mack.

The impressionist chats to the comedian, in the tag talk show in which the guest is the next show's interviewer.

Fresh from 4, 13th August 2010.

The impressionist chats to the comedian.

A brand new series of Chain Reaction, the talk show with a twist where this week's guest becomes next week's interviewer. This series kicks off with Scottish actress, comedian and impressionist Ronni Ancona interviewing one of the UK's most celebrated comics, writer and star of "Not Going Out" Lee Mack.

Ronni asks Lee about being a Red Rum stable boy, his worst ever gig and his amazing juggling talents.

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Actress and impressionist Ronni Ancona interviews comedian Lee Mack.

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The comedians chat in the tag talk show, where the guest is the next show's interviewer. Fresh from 4 - 20th August 2010.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show. Fresh from 4 - 20th August 2010.

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The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, one of the UK's most celebrated and current comics Lee Mack, writer and star of BBC1's "Not Going Out" takes the microphone to interview alternative comedy legend, writer and star of "The Young Ones" and "Bottom", Ade Edmondson.

Lee Mack interviews fellow comedian Ade Edmondson.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show, where the guest is the next show's interviewer.

Fresh from 4 - 20th August 2010.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show.

The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, one of the UK's most celebrated and current comics Lee Mack, writer and star of BBC1's "Not Going Out" takes the microphone to interview alternative comedy legend, writer and star of "The Young Ones" and "Bottom", Ade Edmondson.

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Lee Mack interviews fellow comedian Ade Edmondson.

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The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, writer and star of "The Young Ones" and "Bottom", alternative comedy legend Ade Edmondson takes the microphone to interview the UK's favourite sharp tongued American, Ruby Wax.

Ade asks Ruby about the impact her strict parents had on her comedy, her start in entertainment as an RDC wench, her break into TV and those famous celebrity interviews, and how her journey has led her from being a celebrated TV entertainer and comedienne to a qualified expert on Psychotherapy and Neuroscience.

Comedian Ade Edmondson interviews sharp-tongued American entertainer Ruby Wax.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer.

Fresh from 4 - 27th August 2010.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show.

The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, writer and star of "The Young Ones" and "Bottom", alternative comedy legend Ade Edmondson takes the microphone to interview the UK's favourite sharp tongued American, Ruby Wax.

The British comic actor and American comedian meet in the tag-team talk show.

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Comedian Ade Edmondson interviews sharp-tongued American entertainer Ruby Wax.

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The comedians chat in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer. Fresh from 4 - 27th August 2010.

The comedians chat in the tag talk show. Fresh from 4 - 27th August 2010.

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Entertainer Ruby Wax chats with the voice of The Simpsons and political satirist Harry Shearer. Fresh from 4, 3rd September 2010.

The entertainer interviews the voice of The Simpsons. Fresh from 4, 3rd September 2010.

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The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, the UK's favourite sharp tongued American, Ruby Wax takes the microphone to interview voice of The Simpsons, face of Derek Smalls and political satirist Harry Shearer.

Ruby asks Harry to delve into some of his Simpsons characters, where he found the inspiration for Derek Smalls in Spinal Tap and who his favourite political target has been over the years.

Entertainer Ruby Wax interviews voice of The Simpsons and political satirist Harry Shearer

Entertainer Ruby Wax chats with the voice of The Simpsons and political satirist Harry Shearer.

Fresh from 4, 3rd September 2010.

The entertainer interviews the voice of The Simpsons.

The comedian meets the political satirist and voice of The Simpsons.

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Entertainer Ruby Wax interviews voice of The Simpsons and political satirist Harry Shearer

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The voice of The Simpsons, face of Derek Smalls and political satirist interviews the co-creator of The Office. Fresh from 4, 10th September 2010.

The voice of The Simpsons interviews the co-creator of The Office. Fresh from 4.

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The new series of the tag team talk show continues as last week's guest, voice of The Simpsons, face of Derek Smalls and political satirist Harry Shearer takes the microphone to interview multi award-winning co-creator of The Office and Extras, and famously tall funny man Stephen Merchant.

Harry asks Stephen what its like to be part of a creative double act with Ricky Gervais, broadcasting radio from the bushes and sharing a hot tub with playboy bunnies.

Political satirist Harry Shearer interviews co-creator of The Office Stephen Merchant.

The voice of The Simpsons interviews the co-creator of The Office.

Fresh from 4.

The voice of The Simpsons, face of Derek Smalls and political satirist interviews the co-creator of The Office.

Fresh from 4, 10th September 2010.

Political satirist Harry Shearer interviews The Office co-creator Stephen Merchant.

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Political satirist Harry Shearer interviews co-creator of The Office Stephen Merchant.

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The last in the current series of the tag team talk show where last week's guest, multi award-winning co-creator of The Office and Extras, and famously tall funny man Stephen Merchant takes the microphone to interview Pulp frontman and successful solo artist, dandy Englishman Jarvis Cocker.

Stephen asks Jarvis about the perils of being a glasses wearer, his protests against pop and what really happened with that famous Michael Jackson incident.

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The comedian and musician chat in the tag talk show, where the guest is next week's interviewer. Fresh from 4 - 17th Sept 2010.

The comedian and musician chat in the tag talk show. Fresh from 4, 17th September 2010.

0606 LASTStephen Merchant Interviews Jarvis Cocker

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The last in the current series of the tag team talk show where last week's guest, multi award-winning co-creator of The Office and Extras, and famously tall funny man Stephen Merchant takes the microphone to interview Pulp frontman and successful solo artist, dandy Englishman Jarvis Cocker.

Stephen asks Jarvis about the perils of being a glasses wearer, his protests against pop and what really happened with that famous Michael Jackson incident.

Stephen Merchant interviews Jarvis Cocker.

The comedian and The Office co-creator meets the former Pulp frontman.

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The last in the current series of the tag team talk show where last week's guest, multi award-winning co-creator of The Office and Extras, and famously tall funny man Stephen Merchant takes the microphone to interview Pulp frontman and successful solo artist, dandy Englishman Jarvis Cocker.

Stephen asks Jarvis about the perils of being a glasses wearer, his protests against pop and what really happened with that famous Michael Jackson incident.

Stephen Merchant interviews Jarvis Cocker.

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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series starts with Rhys Thomas - perhaps better-known to the Radio 4 audience as Gary Bellamy, host of Down The Line - interviewing the actor Simon Day. They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also provides voices for Down The Line. The interview takes in Simon's early life, including chronic bed-wetting and a spell in borstal; his discovery by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, who may or may not have given him a name for his most famous character; an unsuccessful stand-up tour; and what he'd like Stephen Fry to Tweet about him.

Rhys Thomas interviews Simon Day.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series starts with Rhys Thomas - perhaps better-known to the Radio 4 audience as Gary Bellamy, host of Down The Line - interviewing the actor Simon Day.

They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also appeared in the sitcom Swiss Toni, which Rhys co-wrote, and provides voices for Down The Line.

But Simon, sixteen years older than Rhys, came to prominence in a very different comedy culture to Rhys.

He also came from a live background, as opposed to Rhys's first break working as a runner on Shooting Stars; he also waited until this year to have his own show (Radio 4's The Simon Day Show), whereas Rhys had written two series of his own sitcom by the age of 21.

All these differences, and all this common ground, makes for an absorbing and hilarious interview.

They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also provides voices for Down The Line.

The interview takes in Simon's early life, including chronic bed-wetting and a spell in borstal; his discovery by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, who may or may not have given him a name for his most famous character; an unsuccessful stand-up tour; and what he'd like Stephen Fry to Tweet about him.

This seventh series starts with Rhys Thomas - perhaps better-known to the Radio 4 audience as Gary Bellamy, host of Down The Line - interviewing the actor Simon Day. They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also appeared in the sitcom Swiss Toni, which Rhys co-wrote, and provides voices for Down The Line. But Simon, sixteen years older than Rhys, came to prominence in a very different comedy culture to Rhys. He also came from a live background, as opposed to Rhys's first break working as a runner on Shooting Stars; he also waited until this year to have his own show (Radio 4's The Simon Day Show), whereas Rhys had written two series of his own sitcom by the age of 21. All these differences, and all this common ground, makes for an absorbing and hilarious interview.

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Rhys Thomas interviews Simon Day.

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The Down the Line and Fast Show comics meet in the tag-team talk show.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series starts with Rhys Thomas - perhaps better-known to the Radio 4 audience as Gary Bellamy, host of Down The Line - interviewing the actor Simon Day. They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also appeared in the sitcom Swiss Toni, which Rhys co-wrote, and provides voices for Down The Line. But Simon, sixteen years older than Rhys, came to prominence in a very different comedy culture to Rhys. He also came from a live background, as opposed to Rhys's first break working as a runner on Shooting Stars; he also waited until this year to have his own show (Radio 4's The Simon Day Show), whereas Rhys had written two series of his own sitcom by the age of 21. All these differences, and all this common ground, makes for an absorbing and hilarious interview.

Rhys Thomas interviews Simon Day.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series starts with Rhys Thomas - perhaps better-known to the Radio 4 audience as Gary Bellamy, host of Down The Line - interviewing the actor Simon Day.

They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also appeared in the sitcom Swiss Toni, which Rhys co-wrote, and provides voices for Down The Line.

But Simon, sixteen years older than Rhys, came to prominence in a very different comedy culture to Rhys.

He also came from a live background, as opposed to Rhys's first break working as a runner on Shooting Stars; he also waited until this year to have his own show (Radio 4's The Simon Day Show), whereas Rhys had written two series of his own sitcom by the age of 21.

All these differences, and all this common ground, makes for an absorbing and hilarious interview.

They have worked together since The Fast Show, when Simon was an established member of the team, and Rhys was a supporting cast member; Simon also provides voices for Down The Line.

The interview takes in Simon's early life, including chronic bed-wetting and a spell in borstal; his discovery by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, who may or may not have given him a name for his most famous character; an unsuccessful stand-up tour; and what he'd like Stephen Fry to Tweet about him.

0702Simon Day Interviews Peter Hook2011080520110806
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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series started with Rhys Thomas interviewing Simon Day. This week, Simon is asking the questions, and has chosen one of his musical heroes: Peter Hook, best known for playing bass in Joy Divison and New Order, and for co-owning and running one of the most famous nightclubs in the world - which lost £10 for every punter who walked through the door for over a decade. The interview skips through the early days of punk, Joy Division's transformation into New Order, and Peter's new career as a DJ. "I thought DJs were arrogant and overpaid", he says, "So when I became one I fitted right in".

Simon Day, who was interviewed by Rhys Thomas last week, puts the questions to Peter Hook.

Simon Day, who was interviewed by Rhys Thomas last time, talks to Peter Hook.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This seventh series started with Rhys Thomas interviewing Simon Day.

This week, Simon is asking the questions, and has chosen one of his musical heroes: Peter Hook, best known for playing bass in Joy Divison and New Order, and for co-owning and running one of the most famous nightclubs in the world - which lost £10 for every punter who walked through the door for over a decade.

The interview skips through the early days of punk, Joy Division's transformation into New Order, and Peter's new career as a DJ.

"I thought DJs were arrogant and overpaid", he says, "So when I became one I fitted right in".

This seventh series started with Rhys Thomas interviewing Simon Day. This week, Simon is asking the questions, and has chosen one of his musical heroes: Peter Hook, best known for playing bass in Joy Divison and New Order, and for co-owning and running one of the most famous nightclubs in the world - which lost £10 for every punter who walked through the door for over a decade. The interview skips through the early days of punk, Joy Division's transformation into New Order, and Peter's new career as a DJ. "I thought DJs were arrogant and overpaid", he says, "So when I became one I fitted right in".

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Simon Day, who was interviewed by Rhys Thomas last week, puts the questions to Peter Hook.

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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

After Rhys Thomas interviewed Simon Day, Simon interviewed the musician and author Peter Hook. This week, Peter interviews a fellow Salfordian, the punk poet laureate John Cooper Clarke. Coming to prominence during the punk years of the late 70s, Clarke would appear on the bill with The Sex Pistols, The Buzzcocks, and Peter's own Joy Division - and Peter's next band, New Order, would support John on a tour of New Zealand and Australia. The interview takes in their shared Salford heritage, doing adverts in the 1980s, and John's recent appearance on the GCSE English syllabus.

Peter Hook, who was interviewed by Simon Day last time, talks to John Cooper Clarke.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

After Rhys Thomas interviewed Simon Day, Simon interviewed the musician and author Peter Hook.

This week, Peter interviews a fellow Salfordian, the punk poet laureate John Cooper Clarke.

Coming to prominence during the punk years of the late 70s, Clarke would appear on the bill with The Sex Pistols, The Buzzcocks, and Peter's own Joy Division - and Peter's next band, New Order, would support John on a tour of New Zealand and Australia.

The interview takes in their shared Salford heritage, doing adverts in the 1980s, and John's recent appearance on the GCSE English syllabus.

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Peter Hook, who was interviewed by Simon Day last time, talks to John Cooper Clarke.

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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This week, the punk poet laureate John Cooper Clarke interviews the comedian Kevin Eldon. Kevin Eldon is a writer and actor for whom it would probably be quicker to list the brilliant programmes he's not been in than those he has - which include Brass Eye, 15 Storeys High, Spaced, Look Around You, Black Books, Big Train, World of Pub, Jam, I'm Alan Partridge and Attention Scum!. He also wrote and starred in Radio 4's Poets' Tree, in character as the Islington poet Paul Hamilton, and is the lead singer in Beergut 100. John talks to him about spoof poetry, real poetry, bring a polymath, and the benefits of not being the star.

John Cooper Clarke interviews Kevin Eldon in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

This week, the punk poet laureate John Cooper Clarke interviews the comedian Kevin Eldon.

Kevin Eldon is a writer and actor for whom it would probably be quicker to list the brilliant programmes he's not been in than those he has - which include Brass Eye, 15 Storeys High, Spaced, Look Around You, Black Books, Big Train, World of Pub, Jam, I'm Alan Partridge and Attention Scum!.

He also wrote and starred in Radio 4's Poets' Tree, in character as the Islington poet Paul Hamilton, and is the lead singer in Beergut 100.

John talks to him about spoof poetry, real poetry, bring a polymath, and the benefits of not being the star.

The punk poet laureate meets the comedian in the tag-team talk show.

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in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

0705Kevin Eldon Interviews Mark Steel2011082620110827
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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

Kevin Eldon is a writer and actor for whom it would probably be quicker to list the brilliant programmes he's not been in than those he has - which include Brass Eye, 15 Storeys High, Spaced, Look Around You, Black Books, Big Train, World of Pub, Jam, I'm Alan Partridge and Attention Scum!. He also wrote and starred in Radio 4's Poets' Tree, in character as the Islington poet Paul Hamilton, and is the singer in Beergut 100.

Mark Steel has presented a range of his own programmes on Radio 4, from The Mark Steel Solution, The Mark Steel Revolution, The Mark Steel Lectures to, most recently, the Sony Silver Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Mark Steel's In Town. He also occasionally appears in programmes that don't have his name in the title, such as The News Quiz.

Kevin Eldon, interviewed by John Cooper Clarke last time, talks to comedian Mark Steel.

The comic actor and the stand-up comedian meet in the tag-team talk show.

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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

Kevin Eldon is a writer and actor for whom it would probably be quicker to list the brilliant programmes he's not been in than those he has - which include Brass Eye, 15 Storeys High, Spaced, Look Around You, Black Books, Big Train, World of Pub, Jam, I'm Alan Partridge and Attention Scum!. He also wrote and starred in Radio 4's Poets' Tree, in character as the Islington poet Paul Hamilton, and is the singer in Beergut 100.

Mark Steel has presented a range of his own programmes on Radio 4, from The Mark Steel Solution, The Mark Steel Revolution, The Mark Steel Lectures to, most recently, the Sony Silver Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Mark Steel's In Town. He also occasionally appears in programmes that don't have his name in the title, such as The News Quiz.

Kevin Eldon, interviewed by John Cooper Clarke last time, talks to comedian Mark Steel.

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Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

Mark Steel has presented a range of his own programmes on Radio 4, from The Mark Steel Solution, The Mark Steel Revolution, The Mark Steel Lectures to, most recently, the Sony Silver Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Mark Steel's In Town. He also occasionally appears in programmes that don't have his name in the title, such as The News Quiz.

Barry Davies is a commentator perhaps best-known for his football coverage, covering ten World Cups, seven European Championships, and two FA Cup finals. He's also commentated on the Olympics, the Commonwealth games and Wimbledon, as well as the World Stare-Out Championships in 1998.

In this interview, obsessive sports fan Mark asks Barry about being present at some of the most important sporting moments of the last forty years; about remaining impartial ("Where were the Germans? Frankly, who cares?"); and about the changing face of sports and sports broadcasting.

Mark Steel interviews Barry Davies in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

Mark Steel has presented a range of his own programmes on Radio 4, from The Mark Steel Solution, The Mark Steel Revolution, The Mark Steel Lectures to, most recently, the Sony Silver Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Mark Steel's In Town.

He also occasionally appears in programmes that don't have his name in the title, such as The News Quiz.

Barry Davies is a commentator perhaps best-known for his football coverage, covering ten World Cups, seven European Championships, and two FA Cup finals.

He's also commentated on the Olympics, the Commonwealth games and Wimbledon, as well as the World Stare-Out Championships in 1998.

The comedian and obsessive sports fan meets the commentator in the tag-team talk show.

In this interview, obsessive sports fan Mark asks Barry about being present at some of the most important sporting moments of the last forty years; about remaining impartial ("Where were the Germans? Frankly, who cares?"); and about the changing face of sports and sports broadcasting.

0706 LASTMark Steel Interviews Barry Davies20110903

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's tag-team interview show. Each week, a figure from the world of entertainment chooses another to interview; the next week, the interviewee turns interviewer, and they in turn pass the baton on to someone else - creating a 'chain' throughout the series.

Mark Steel has presented a range of his own programmes on Radio 4, from The Mark Steel Solution, The Mark Steel Revolution, The Mark Steel Lectures to, most recently, the Sony Silver Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Mark Steel's In Town. He also occasionally appears in programmes that don't have his name in the title, such as The News Quiz.

Barry Davies is a commentator perhaps best-known for his football coverage, covering ten World Cups, seven European Championships, and two FA Cup finals. He's also commentated on the Olympics, the Commonwealth games and Wimbledon, as well as the World Stare-Out Championships in 1998.

In this interview, obsessive sports fan Mark asks Barry about being present at some of the most important sporting moments of the last forty years; about remaining impartial ("Where were the Germans? Frankly, who cares?"); and about the changing face of sports and sports broadcasting.

Mark Steel interviews Barry Davies in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.

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The comedy actress and her writing partner and big brother meet.

Rebecca Front is interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big Brother Jeremy Front.

Producer - Carl Cooper

"I have a very strong childhood memory of you playing the flute in a concert and falling off stage into a box of fezes."

The Chain starts with star of The Thick Of It, Grandma's House, The Day Today and most other comedies of note over the past twenty years, Rebecca Front, speaking to the man who knows her best, her writing partner and big brother Jeremy Front.

They cover childhood teasing and being a woman in comedy, reveal how a cough scuppered Rebecca's chances of working with Mike Leigh and end with Jeremy attempting to maker her re-live an amusing childhood trauma.

"I've heard all the anecdotes so I'll probably just read a book."

The chain continues with:

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison, about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up;

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And...

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

The comedy actress and her writing-partner-slash-big-brother meet.

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Rebecca Front is interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother Jeremy Front.

Producer - Carl Cooper

"I have a very strong childhood memory of you playing the flute in a concert and falling off stage into a box of fezes."

The Chain starts with star of The Thick Of It, Grandma's House, The Day Today and most other comedies of note over the past twenty years, Rebecca Front, speaking to the man who knows her best, her writing partner and big brother Jeremy Front.

They cover childhood teasing and being a woman in comedy, reveal how a cough scuppered Rebecca's chances of working with Mike Leigh and end with Jeremy attempting to maker her re-live an amusing childhood trauma.

"I've heard all the anecdotes so I'll probably just read a book."

The chain continues with:

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison, about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up;

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And...

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

"I have a very strong childhood memory of you playing the flute in a concert and falling off stage into a box of fezzes."

The comedy actress and her writing partner and big brother meet.

The comedy actress and her writing-partner-slash-big-brother meet.

0802Rebecca Front Interviews Chris Addison2012080320141114 (BBC7)
20141115 (BBC7)
20141116 (BBC7)
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The comedy actress and her Thick of It co-star meet in the tag-team talk show.

Rebecca Front talks to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow Nude-a-phobe, comedian Chris Addison about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up

Producer - Carl Cooper

"In an unclothed state I look like a child has done a collage with some Twiglets".

Chris Addison

Other episodes in the chain include:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

The comedy actress and writer and the stand-up comic meet in the tag-team talk show.

0802Rebecca Front Talks To Chris Addison2012080320120804
20120806 (BBC7)
20120807 (BBC7)
20120808 (BBC7)
20141115 (BBC7)
20141116 (BBC7)
20151110 (BBC7)
20151111 (BBC7)

Rebecca Front talks to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist Chris Addison.

Rebecca Front talks to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow Nude-a-phobe, comedian Chris Addison about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up

Producer - Carl Cooper

"In an unclothed state I look like a child has done a collage with some Twiglets".

Chris Addison

Other episodes in the chain include:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

The comedy actress and her Thick of It co-star meet in the tag-team talk show.

0803Chris Addison Interviews Derren Brown2012081020141215 (BBC7)

The comedian and illusionist meet and discuss magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.

Comedian Chris Addison gets the rare chance to talk to the amazing Derren Brown about magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.

Comedy interview series.

Producer - Carl Cooper

Episodes in the chain include:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison, about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up;

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

0803Chris Addison Talks To Derren Brown2012081020120811
20120813 (BBC7)
20120814 (BBC7)
20120815 (BBC7)
20141215 (BBC7)

Comedian Chris Addison gets the rare chance to talk to the amazing Derren Brown about magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.

Comedy interview series.

Producer - Carl Cooper

Episodes in the chain include:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison, about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up;

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

Comedian Chris Addison gets the rare chance to interview the amazing Derren Brown.

The comedian and illusionist meet and discuss magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.

0804Derren Brown Interviews Tim Minchin2012081720141223 (BBC7)
20141224 (BBC7)

Derren Brown gets inside the mind of musical wizard and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin.

Last week's interviewee, Illusionist Derren Brown, dispenses with the trickery and gets inside the mind of Tim Minchin by cleverly asking him some questions then listening to the answers. They talk beliefs, magic, music and Minchin.

Producer - Carl Cooper

The chain continues with:

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions and no voice, the hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

0804Derren Brown Talks To Tim Minchin2012081720120818
20120820 (BBC7)
20120821 (BBC7)
20120822 (BBC7)
20141223 (BBC7)
20141224 (BBC7)

Derren Brown gets inside the mind of musical wizard and fellow sceptic, Tim Minchin.

Last week's interviewee, Illusionist Derren Brown, dispenses with the trickery and gets inside the mind of Tim Minchin by cleverly asking him some questions then listening to the answers. They talk beliefs, magic, music and Minchin.

Producer - Carl Cooper

The chain continues with:

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions and no voice, the hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

0805Tim Minchin Talks To Caitlin Moran2012082420120825
20120827 (BBC7)
20120828 (BBC7)
20120829 (BBC7)

Comedian and musician Tim Minchin interviews journalist and author Caitlin Moran.

Comedian and musician Tim Minchin is not well but still has a great time putting the world to rights in his attempt to interview journalist and author, Caitlin Moran, despite having no questions and no voice.

Producer - Carl Cooper

Episodes in the chain include:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison, about working with Armando Iannucci and embracing his middle-classness through stand-up;

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time and talk shoes, Bananarama and women with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

0806 LASTCaitlin Moran Talks To Jennifer Saunders2012083120120901
20120903 (BBC7)
20120904 (BBC7)
20120905 (BBC7)

Journalist and author Caitlin Moran interviews her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

Last week's interviewee, Caitlin Moran returns to interview her comedy hero, Jennifer Saunders. They talk shoes, Bananarama and women in comedy. Last in the series.

Producer.... Carl Cooper

Previous episodes in the chain were:

Rebecca Front being interviewed by the man who knows her best, her big brother, Jeremy Front.

Rebecca Front talking to her Thick Of It co-star and fellow non-nudist, Chris Addison.

Chris Addison in a rare interview with the actually-really-nice-and-he-doesn't-do-any-of-that-weird-stuff-in-real-life, Derren Brown;

Derren Brown chatting hair, beliefs and Tim Minchin with comedy musical megastar and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin;

A poorly Tim Minchin being handed tissues whilst attempting to interview with no questions a not-at-all-poorly and hilarious Caitlin Moran.

Caitlin Moran getting to spend time with her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.

And.

Jennifer Saunders turning up a week later to find the series has ended. Probably. We weren't there because the series had ended.

0901Terry Christian Talks To Kevin Bridges2013122720131228
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20160926 (BBC7)

TV presenter Terry Christian talks to stand-up comedian Kevin Bridges.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the first in the new series, Manchester's very own Terry Christian talks to Scotland's newest comedy superstar Kevin bridges.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

0902Kevin Bridges Talks To Frankie Boyle2014010320140104
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Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges talks to his comedy mentor Frankie Boyle.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The chain continues this week with razor sharp Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges talking to his comedy mentor, the lovely Frankie Boyle.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

0903Frankie Boyle Talks To Grant Morrison2014010720140114 (BBC7)
20161010 (BBC7)
20160406 (R4)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The chain continues this week with comedian Frankie Boyle talking to comic book legend Grant Morrison.

They talk Batman, where ideas come from and the future of humanity.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

The chain continues with Frankie Boyle talking to comic book legend Grant Morrison.

0903Frankie Boyle Talks To Grant Morrison2014011020140107 (BBC7)
20140114 (BBC7)
20161010 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The chain continues this week with comedian Frankie Boyle talking to comic book legend Grant Morrison.

They talk Batman, where ideas come from and the future of humanity.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

The chain continues with Frankie Boyle talking to comic book legend Grant Morrison.

0904Grant Morrison Talks To Neil Innes2014011420140121 (BBC7)
20161017 (BBC7)
20160413 (R4)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The chain continues this week with comic book legend Grant Morrison talking to writer, performer, musician and Monty Python collaborator Neil Innes.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

Comic book legend Grant Morrison talks to musical comedy genius Neil Innes.

0905Neil Innes Talks To Graham Linehan2014012120140128 (BBC7)
20161024 (BBC7)
20160420 (R4)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The chain continues this week with ex-Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band member and Monty Python collaborator Neil Innes talking to comedy writer and director Graham Linehan.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

Songwriter Neil Innes talks to comedy writer and director Graham Linehan.

0906Graham Linehan Talks To Adam Buxton2014012820161107 (BBC7)
20160427 (R4)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The final episode in the series sees Father Ted and IT crowd writer Graham Linehan talking to comedian, actor and one half of Adam and Joe, Adam Buxton.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

0906 LASTGraham Linehan Talks To Adam Buxton2014012820140204 (BBC7)
20161107 (BBC7)
20160427 (R4)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

The final episode in the series sees Father Ted and IT crowd writer Graham Linehan talking to comedian, actor and one half of Adam and Joe, Adam Buxton.

Producer... Carl Cooper.

Comedy writer and director Graham Linehan talks to comedian and actor Adam Buxton.

1001Adam Buxton Talks To Reece Shearsmith2015021820150225 (BBC7)
20170726 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the first episode of the series comedian, actor, technophile and one half of 'Adam and Joe', Adam Buxton talks to the co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No. 9, Reece Shearsmith.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

Comedian and actor Adam Buxton talks to The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the first episode of the series comedian, actor, technophile and one half of 'Adam and Joe', Adam Buxton talks to the co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No. 9, Reece Shearsmith.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

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Comedian and actor Adam Buxton talks to The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the first episode of the series comedian, actor, technophile and one half of 'Adam and Joe', Adam Buxton talks to the co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No. 9, Reece Shearsmith.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1002Reece Shearsmith Talks To Bob Mortimer2015022520170726
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20170802 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the second episode of the series co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No.9 Reece Shearsmith talks to one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, creators of Shooting Stars and House of Fools, Bob Mortimer.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith talks to Bob Mortimer, of Vic and Bob fame.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the second episode of the series co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No.9 Reece Shearsmith talks to one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, creators of Shooting Stars and House of Fools, Bob Mortimer.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1002Reece Shearsmith Talks To Bob Mortimer20170726

The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith talks to Bob Mortimer, of Vic and Bob fame.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the second episode of the series co-creator and star of The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville and Inside No.9 Reece Shearsmith talks to one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, creators of Shooting Stars and House of Fools, Bob Mortimer.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1003Bob Mortimer Talks To Vic Reeves2015030420150311 (BBC7)
20170809 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the third episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Bob Mortimer, talks to the other half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves. Vic and Bob are best know as the creators and stars of The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, Shooting Stars and House of Fools.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

Bob Mortimer talks to his comedy double act partner Vic Reeves.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the third episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Bob Mortimer, talks to the other half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves. Vic and Bob are best know as the creators and stars of The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, Shooting Stars and House of Fools.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

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Bob Mortimer talks to his comedy double act partner Vic Reeves.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the third episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Bob Mortimer, talks to the other half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves. Vic and Bob are best know as the creators and stars of The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, Shooting Stars and House of Fools.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1004Vic Reeves Talks To Olivia Colman2015031120150318 (BBC7)
20170816 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fourth episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves, talks to three-time BAFTA Award winning actress Olivia Colman.

Producer... Arnab Chanda.

Vic Reeves, of Vic and Bob fame, talks to Bafta Award-winning actress Olivia Colman.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fourth episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves, talks to three-time BAFTA Award winning actress Olivia Colman.

Producer... Arnab Chanda.

1004Vic Reeves Talks To Olivia Colman2017080920170816 (BBC7)

Vic Reeves, of Vic and Bob fame, talks to Bafta Award-winning actress Olivia Colman.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fourth episode of the series one half of comedy double-act Vic and Bob, Vic Reeves, talks to three-time BAFTA Award winning actress Olivia Colman.

Producer... Arnab Chanda.

1005Olivia Colman Talks To Sharon Horgan2015031820150325 (BBC7)
20170823 (BBC7)

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fifth episode of the series star of Broadchurch, Twenty Twelve and Peep Show Olivia Colman, talks to creator, writer and star of BBC's BAFTA nominated sitcom Pulling, and winner of the British Comedy Award for best actress, Sharon Horgan.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

Actress Olivia Colman talks to Sharon Horgan, writer and star of sitcom Pulling.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fifth episode of the series star of Broadchurch, Twenty Twelve and Peep Show Olivia Colman, talks to creator, writer and star of BBC's BAFTA nominated sitcom Pulling, and winner of the British Comedy Award for best actress, Sharon Horgan.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1005Olivia Colman Talks To Sharon Horgan2017081620170823 (BBC7)

Actress Olivia Colman talks to Sharon Horgan, writer and star of sitcom Pulling.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the fifth episode of the series star of Broadchurch, Twenty Twelve and Peep Show Olivia Colman, talks to creator, writer and star of BBC's BAFTA nominated sitcom Pulling, and winner of the British Comedy Award for best actress, Sharon Horgan.

Producer... Charlie Perkins.

1006Sharon Horgan Talks To Dennis Kelly20150325

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

1006Sharon Horgan Talks To Dennis Kelly2017082320150325 (BBC7)
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Writer and actress Sharon Horgan talks to theatre and TV writer Dennis Kelly.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

1006Sharon Horgan Talks To Dennis Kelly20170831

Writer and actress Sharon Horgan talks to theatre and TV writer Dennis Kelly.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

1006 LASTSharon Horgan Talks To Dennis Kelly2015032520170831
20150401 (BBC7)

Writer and actress Sharon Horgan talks to theatre and TV writer Dennis Kelly.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

Chain Reaction is Radio 4's long running hostless chat show where last week's interviewee becomes this week's interviewer.

In the 6th episode of the series actress Sharon Horgan talks to BAFTA nominated and Tony Award winning writer Dennis Kelly- creator of shows as varied as "Pulling," "Utopia," and "Matilda the Musical."

Producer: Arnab Chanda.

1101Ed Byrne Interviews Al Murray2016022420160302 (BBC7)
20160303 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, two heavyweights of stand-up are in conversation as Ed Byrne interviews Al Murray.

Ed Byrne is an Irish stand-up comedian and actor who has been a favourite on the international comedy scene for twenty years. His celebrated observational routines made him a leading light of the UK stand-up circuit in the mid nineties and he went on to tour internationally, playing festivals and theatres across the world. In 1998 he was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival alongside eventual winner Tommy Tiernan, Peter Kay and his interviewee today, Al Murray.

After an early foray into stand-up as a character called 'The Murderer', Al Murray created his famous Pub Landlord character in the mid nineties as part of a touring show with Harry Hill. The Pub Landlord went on to tour venues and festivals worldwide before making his own chat show and sitcom for Sky. Outside of the Pub Landlord, Al is well known as a presenter of history documentaries and more recently as a candidate for parliament when he stood against Nigel Farage in South Thanet during the UK General Election of 2015.

In this programme, Ed tackles Al on a vast array of topics from Thackeray's attitude to the Irish to the thorny issue of offence in comedy via how best to talk to McFly.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Ed Byrne kicks off Series 11 by interviewing the creator of the Pub Landlord, Al Murray.

1102Al Murray Interviews Ian Hislop2016030220160309 (BBC7)
20160310 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, Pub Landlord creator, Al Murray passes the baton to the comedian and satirist Ian Hislop.

After an early foray into stand-up as a character called 'The Murderer', Al Murray created his famous Pub Landlord character in the mid nineties as part of a touring show with Harry Hill. The Pub Landlord went on to tour venues and festivals worldwide before making his own chat show and sitcom for Sky. Outside of the Pub Landlord, Al is well known as a presenter of history documentaries and more recently as a candidate for parliament when he stood against Nigel Farage in South Thanet during the UK General Election of 2015.

Al's guest Ian Hislop is much more used to the cut and thrust of British politics both as a long-standing team captain on 'Have I Got News for You' and as the editor of satirical magazine Private Eye. As a dedicated fan and student of history, he has made several acclaimed documentaries on wide-ranging subjects including conscientious objectors and The Beeching Report.

Al grills Ian on his early days writing for such comedians as Harry Enfield, asks how we should define the role of the satirist and poses the intriguing question, 'what's it like being sued?'

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Al Murray, the Pub Landlord creator, passes the baton to comedian and satirist Ian Hislop.

1103Ian Hislop Interviews Victoria Coren-mitchell2016030920160316 (BBC7)
20160317 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians and entertainment personalities talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, the comedian and satirist Ian Hislop turns interviewer as he talks to the writer and presenter Victoria Coren-Mitchell.

Ian Hislop is a long-standing team captain on 'Have I Got News for You' and the editor of the satirical magazine Private Eye. As a dedicated fan and student of history, he has made several acclaimed documentaries on wide-ranging subjects including conscientious objectors and The Beeching Report.

Ian's guest Victoria Coren-Mitchell is a columnist for The Observer and GQ amongst other publications and has presented myriad documentaries on subjects as varied as The Bohemians and Mary Poppins. As well as a prolific writing career, she keeps order on the popular and fiendishly difficult television quiz, 'Only Connect'. She is also well-known as one of the world's top professional poker players and has achieved huge success at the card table.

In this link in the chain, Ian talks to Victoria about her wide and varied career in writing, quizzing and cards.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Comedian and satirist Ian Hislop talks to writer and presenter Victoria Coren-Mitchell.

1104Victoria Coren-mitchell Interviews Sandi Toksvig2016031620160323 (BBC7)
20160324 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians and entertainment personalities talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, the writer and presenter Victoria Coren-Mitchell asks the questions to comedian, writer and erstwhile News Quiz chair, Sandi Toksvig.

Victoria Coren-Mitchell is a columnist for The Observer and GQ amongst other publications and has presented myriad documentaries on subjects as varied as The Bohemians and Mary Poppins. As well as a prolific writing career, she keeps order on the popular and fiendishly difficult television quiz, 'Only Connect'. She is also well-known as one of the world's top professional poker players and has achieved huge success at the card table.

Sandi Toksvig is a prolific writer and broadcaster who chaired the News Quiz on BBC Radio 4 for nine years and over 220 episodes. In 2015 she was a founder member of the Women's Equality Party and, later that year was announced as the new host of the long-running BBC television series, QI.

In this installment of the hostless chat show, Victoria talks to Sandi about her long career in broadcasting, her recent foray into politics and gets some advice on how to behave when you're staying at the Icelandic Prime Minister's house.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

The last episode's interviewee Victoria Coren-Mitchell puts the questions to Sandi Toksvig

1105Sandi Toksvig Interviews Roy Hudd2016032320160330 (BBC7)
20160331 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, the writer, broadcaster and erstwhile News Quiz host Sandi Toksvig turns interviewer as she chats to comedy icon, Roy Hudd.

Sandi Toksvig is a prolific writer and broadcaster who chaired the News Quiz on BBC Radio 4 for nine years and over 220 episodes. In 2015 she was a founder member of the Women's Equality Party and, later that year was announced as the new host of the long-running BBC television series, QI.

Roy Hudd has clocked up more than 50 years in showbusiness, starting out as a Butlins redcoat in the 1950s and then developing a stellar career through numerous successes on stage, radio and screen. BBC Radio listeners know him best as the host of the much loved News Huddlines on Radio 2 for 26 years. More recently, Roy gained plaudits for his moving portrayal of Bud Flanagan in the BBC drama 'We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story'.

In this the year of his 80th birthday, Roy tells Sandi about his beginnings in showbusiness, reveals how Arthur Askey gave him a leg up in the early days and shares his favourite pantomime story courtesy of Tom O'Connor.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Writer and broadcaster Sandi Toksvig talks to actor and comedian Roy Hudd.

1106Roy Hudd Interviews Alison Steadman2016033020160406 (BBC7)
20160407 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, comedy legend and music hall expert Roy Hudd turns interviewer as he chats to the much loved actress, Alison Steadman.

Roy Hudd has clocked up more than 50 years in showbusiness, starting out as a Butlins redcoat in the 1950s and then developing a stellar career through numerous successes on stage, radio and screen. BBC Radio listeners know him best as the host of the much loved News Huddlines on Radio 2 for 26 years. More recently, Roy gained plaudits for his moving portrayal of Bud Flanagan in the BBC drama 'We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story'.

Alison Steadman is an actress who has been popular with the British public and worldwide since making her name in the critically acclaimed works of Mike Leigh in the 1970s. She went on to deliver much-loved and memorable performances across both drama and comedy in Pride and Prejudice and Gavin and Stacey amongst many others.

In this programme Roy talks to Alison about her early days growing up in Liverpool, her trip to the palace to get the OBE and her critically acclaimed work with Mike Leigh.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Comedy icon Roy Hudd talks to star of radio, stage and screen, Alison Steadman.

1106 LASTRoy Hudd Interviews Alison Steadman2016033020160406 (BBC7)
20160407 (BBC7)

Series 11 of the show where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. The first episode of Chain Reaction was broadcast on BBC Radio Five in 1991 when John Cleese was the first comedian in the hot seat. Now, 25 years on, a new series sees another raft of the world's best-loved comedians talking to each other about their lives and work. This week, comedy legend and music hall expert Roy Hudd turns interviewer as he chats to the much loved actress, Alison Steadman.

Roy Hudd has clocked up more than 50 years in showbusiness, starting out as a Butlins redcoat in the 1950s and then developing a stellar career through numerous successes on stage, radio and screen. BBC Radio listeners know him best as the host of the much loved News Huddlines on Radio 2 for 26 years. More recently, Roy gained plaudits for his moving portrayal of Bud Flanagan in the BBC drama 'We're Doomed! The Dad's Army Story'.

Alison Steadman is an actress who has been popular with the British public and worldwide since making her name in the critically acclaimed works of Mike Leigh in the 1970s. She went on to deliver much-loved and memorable performances across both drama and comedy in Pride and Prejudice and Gavin and Stacey amongst many others.

In this programme Roy talks to Alison about her early days growing up in Liverpool, her trip to the palace to get the OBE and her critically acclaimed work with Mike Leigh.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Radio Comedy Production.

Comedy icon Roy Hudd talks to star of radio, stage and screen, Alison Steadman.

1201Sara Cox Interviews Joe Lycett20170213

The return of the hostless chat show as presenter Sara Cox interviews comedian Joe Lycett.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Since the early days of The Girlie Show on Channel 4, Sara Cox has gone on to become one of the UK's best loved presenters. She is perhaps most well-known as a ratings hit in the early morning breakfast chair on BBC Radio 1 and her regular TV and radio appearances since then have included hosting BBC 2's Great Pottery Throw Down, appearing on myriad panel shows and pressing the nation's collective nostalgia button every Friday night on her very own Radio 2 Sounds of the Eighties show.

Sara's interview pick is Joe Lycett because "he makes me happy" and because someone needed to finally chart his much discussed journey "from Birmingham to 10th hottest man in the world". Joe is a stand-up comedian who some know as "the parking fine man" from 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown while others celebrate him for any number of acclaimed live tours and festival shows that have delighted the British comedy viewing public in recent years. This programme not only confirms that Joe is a man who can famously write a show title - "That's the Way A Ha A Ha, Joe Lycett" and "If Joe Lycett Then You Should Have Put a Ring On It" to name just two - but also hints at a addictive fondness for baths.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

1202Joe Lycett Interviews Katherine Ryan20170220

After being interrogated last week by Sara Cox, Joe Lycett turns interviewer and invites his chosen guest Katherine Ryan into the Chain Reaction hotseat.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Joe Lycett is a stand-up comedian who some know as "the parking fine man" from 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown while others celebrate him for any number of acclaimed live tours and festival shows that have delighted the British comedy viewing public in recent years.

Joe's chosen guest is Katherine Ryan, the Canadian stand-up star and presenter who is perhaps best known for her live stand-up work - 'Glam Role Model' and 'Kathbum' - as well as appearances on BBC2's Episodes and Taskmaster on Dave. Katherine fields questions on subjects as varied as being compared to Joan Rivers and the secret of happiness, all via a mini-detour to address her hatred of bread.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

1203Katherine Ryan Interviews Sara Pascoe20170227

In this edition, Katherine Ryan turns interviewer and invites her chosen guest Sara Pascoe into the Chain Reaction hot seat.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Katherine Ryan is a Canadian stand-up star and presenter who is perhaps best known for her live stand-up work - 'Glam Role Model' and 'Kathbum' - as well as appearances on BBC2's Episodes and Taskmaster on Dave. As revealed in her chat with Joe Lycett in the last episode in the Chain, Katherine has a cat called Sara Pascoe and so her choice of interview guest for this week's episode was perhaps never in doubt.

Sara Pascoe (the human) is a comedian, writer and actor known for her acclaimed live shows - Sara Pascoe the Musical and Sara Pascoe vs History to name just two - as well as numerous high profile TV appearances on programmes ranging from Live at the Apollo, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and W1A. Her debut book Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body was released in 2016. In this programme Katherine and Sara, who both started stand-up in 2007, discuss insects, yoga, hip hop and everything in between.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production

Photo credit: Matt Stronge.

1204Sara Pascoe Interviews Harry Hill20170313

In this edtition, Sara Pascoe turns interviewer and invites her chosen guest Harry Hill into the Chain Reaction hot seat.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Harry Hill is an award winning comedian and world class swingball player. Born in Woking in 1964, he holds a medical degree from the University of London. His books include Flight from Deathrow and Tim the Tiny Horse. He has been a stand-up since the early 90s and is well known as the star of TV Burp and the voice of You've Been Framed. Harry can currently be seen on Alien Fun Capsule.

Sara Pascoe is a comedian, writer and actor known for her acclaimed live shows - Sara Pascoe the Musical and Sara Pascoe vs History to name just two - as well as numerous high profile TV appearances on programmes ranging from Live at the Apollo, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and W1A. Her debut book Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body was released in 2016.

In this edition, Sara talks to the very first comedian that she ever saw live - Harry Hill. Sara and Harry discuss Gogglebox, constructive criticism, remaking the Godfather and the merits of sharks.

Producer: Adnan Ahmed

A BBC Studios Production

Photo credit: Matt Stronge.

1205Harry Hill Interviews Tim Vine20170320

In this edtition, Harry Hill turns interviewer and invites his chosen guest Tim Vine into the Chain Reaction hot seat.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Harry Hill is an award winning comedian and world class swingball player. Born in Woking in 1964, he holds a medical degree from the University of London. His books include Flight from Deathrow and Tim the Tiny Horse. He has been a stand-up since the early 90s and is well known as the star of TV Burp and the voice of You've Been Framed. Harry can currently be seen on Alien Fun Capsule.

For this edition Harry is joined by Tim Vine (AKA The Punslinger, The Joke-a-motive or The Punaway Train). Tim is best known for his frenetic stage shows, rammed full of rapid one liners, songs and props. He previously starred in BBC1s Not Going Out, ITV1s The Sketch Show and hosted the seminal Channel 5 quiz show Whittle.

Together they discuss Tim's teenage dreams of being a pop star, giant moths and the roots of Tim's act.

Producer: Adnan Ahmed

A BBC Studios Production

Photo credit: Matt Stronge.

1206Tim Vine Interviews Sir Ken Dodd20170327

In this edtition, Tim Vine turns interviewer and invites his chosen guest Sir Ken Dodd into the Chain Reaction hot seat.

Chain Reaction is the talk show with a twist where one week's interviewee becomes the next week's interviewer. John Cleese was first in the hot seat back in 1991 and since then, a procession of big names from the world of comedy and entertainment including Jennifer Saunders, Jarvis Cocker and Eddie Izzard have helped continue the chain.

Tim Vine is best known for his frenetic stage shows, rammed full of rapid one liners, songs and props. He previously starred in BBC1s Not Going Out, ITV1s The Sketch Show and hosted the seminal Channel 5 quiz show Whittle.

Revered as one of Britain's funniest comedians, Ken Dodd has enjoyed a professional career spanning over 60 years during which he has received numerous awards and accolades. Ken Dodd was made Sir Ken in the 2017 New Year's Honours List; and is a comedian of legendary status who has been entertaining audiences for a lifetime of happiness and laughter.

Recorded at the Bluecoat in Liverpool, Tim talks to Ken about his long career, the length of his live shows, and performs a Liverpudlian version of Hamlet...

Producer: Adnan Ahmed

Production Co-Ordinator: Luke Mason

A BBC Studios Production

Photo Credit: Brian Roberts.

1206 LASTTim Vine Interviews Sir Ken Dodd20170327