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John Bishop's Britain

John Bishop's Britain is a British television programme presented by comedian John Bishop. Each programme had a theme, for example food. It featured stand-up, sketches and real-life stories from celebrity guests and members of the public on that particular topic.[4] There have been two series filmed to date. A 2011 Christmas special was filmed and broadcast around the Christmas period of that year.[5] The show is filmed in front of an audience, where the audience are shown the interviews via video link as part of the filming. The sketches are not shown to the audience at the time of filming but Bishop's narration of the sketch is included in the filming. In the sketches, Bishop is portrayed by model Tommy Maxwell. TV host Rylan Clark-Neal rose to fame from this show.

John Bishop's Britain
Presented by John Bishop
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 12 (+1 Christmas special)
Production
Producer(s) Kenton Allen
Matthew Justice
Location(s) Granada Studios (series 1)
MediaCityUK (series 2)[1]
Running time 30 minutes (original showing)
45 minutes (extended repeats)
Production company(s) Objective Productions
3 Amigos[2]
Distributor All3Media
Release
Original network BBC One
Original release 24 July 2010 (2010-07-24)[3] – 27 December 2011 (2011-12-27)

Contents

Episode listEdit

Series 1Edit

Episode No. Airdate Theme Total viewers Weekly channel ranking
1 24 July 2010 'Love and Marriage' 4.34m 19
2 31 July 2010 'Growing Up' 4.23m 18
3 7 August 2010 'Sport' 3.92m 29
4 14 August 2010 'Work' 4.38m 19
5 21 August 2010 'Parenthood and Family' 4.22m 21
6 28 August 2010 'Holidays' Under 4.04m Outside top 30

Series 2Edit

Episode No. Airdate Theme Total viewers Weekly channel ranking
1 30 July 2011 'Music and Fashion' 4.28m 17
2 6 August 2011 'Food' 4.56m 16
3 13 August 2011 'Hobbies' 4.55m 25
4 20 August 2011 'Animals' 4.00m 28
5 27 August 2011 'Friends' Under 4.04m Outside top 30
6 3 September 2011 'Being British' Under 3.89m Outside top 30
7 27 December 2011 'Christmas' Under 5.00m Outside top 30

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