|01||08 LAST||Bill Bailey||19970802|
|02||04 LAST||Alan Davies||19971001|
|04||08 LAST||John Thomson||19990612|
|05||01||Jackie Mason||20011027||20040831 (BBC7)|
|05||04||Neil Innes||20011117||20040914 (BBC7)|
|05||05||Lee Evans||20011124||20040921 (BBC7)|
|05||06 LAST||Eddie Izzard||20011201||20040928 (BBC7)|
The comedian Eddie Izzard picks over some of his favourite comedy influences.
|06||01||Johnny Vegas||20020525||20041005 (BBC7)|
talks about his love of comedy and plays clips of his many influences, including Victoria Wood and Tommy Cooper.
|06||02||Rob Brydon||20020601||20041012 (BBC7)|
The former BBC Wales continuity announcer and star of TV's Marion and Geoff selects the comedy that's shaped his career.
|06||03||Griff Rhys Jones||20020608||20041019 (BBC7)|
Not Not the 9 o'clock News.
But we do get Round the Horne and Steptoe & Son as Griff Rhys Jones shares his formative comedy moments.
|06||06||Rich Hall||20020629||20041026 (BBC7)|
|06||07||Ronni Ancona||20020706||20041102 (BBC7)|
Ronni's favourites include Joan Rivers, Monty Python and Not The 9 O'Clock News - and she reveals her 'puerile sense of humour'!.
|06||08 LAST||Marcus Brigstocke||20020713||20041109 (BBC7)|
The comedian Marcus Brigstocke revels in the comedy of The Muppets, Pete and Dud and The Two Ronnies.
This week Jack Dee, who has become a household name since winning the British Comedy Award for Best Newcomer in 1991, selects clips from the comedy that has tickled his funny bone.
Jack's clips include Tommy Cooper, Emo Phillips, and Reeves and Mortimer amongst others.
This week TV's Jimmy Carr (nominated
for a Perrier Award in 2002 and the
winner of numerous comedy awards)
selects clips from the comedy that
has shaped his comic sensibility.
Jimmy's clips include Les Dawson,
This week Ross Noble (Time Out Winner,
Perrier Nominee and the best-selling
show on the Fringe this year) selects
clips from the comedy that has shaped
his comic sensibility.
Ross's clips include Bill Cosby, Ellen
DeGeneres, Chris Rock and Paul Merton
This week the Perrier award-winning, cardigan wearing, Radio 4 series making and political satirising comedy veteran Jeremy Hardy selects clips from the comedy that has his sides splitting.
Jeremy's clips include Dad's Army, Pete and Dud, Linda Smith and
|07||06 LAST||Armando Ianucci||20040207|
This week, Armando Iannucci (flexible funnyman who has produced, directed, written or performed in most of the groundbreaking British comedies since the nineties) will be choosing his favourite comedy clips.