Night With Johnny And Denise
Johnny Vaughan and Denise Van Outen,
one of the nation's most memorable pairings, are back in a brand-new,
live Saturday night show.
In this fully interactive experience the audience, both at home and
in the studio, is crucial to the action as they join in with an array
of high-energy games and stunts.
With cameras hidden in streets and in living rooms up and down the
country, anyone could find themselves taking part in the show, no matter
who they are, where they are or what they're doing on a Saturday night.
Be it on camera, online or on the phone, Johnny and Denise will find
a way of surprising viewers everywhere with edge-of-the-seat games and
With a show full of the trademark banter that made the duo one of the
nation's most memorable pairings, anything could happen to viewers who
spend Saturday Night With Johnny And Denise.
Michael Parkinson returns with a new series guaranteeing
the biggest names including Kylie Minogue, George Michael, Sir Ian McKellen,
the best music and the most talked-about interviews on television.
Highlights from the last series included interviews with Clint Eastwood,
Gwyneth Paltrow, Sean Connery, Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson, Michael
Caine, Dame Judi Dench and Sting, along with a particularly memorable
encounter with Meg Ryan.
Outstanding music performances came from international stars such
as Luciano Pavarotti, Annie Lennox, Dido, Will Young, Sheryl Crow and
REM, while young jazz sensations Michael Bublé and Jamie Cullum were
launched onto best-selling chart success after appearing on the show.
I'd Do Anything
Ian Wright returns in the show that tests the boundaries
of friendship and the self-sacrifice of loved ones in the face of adversity.
As ever, Ian goes knocking on people's doors to set the dilemma of
In the last series, a son had to overcome his stage fright and strip
in front of thousands of screaming women so that his father could fulfil
a lifetime ambition to conduct an orchestra and a woman with acute claustrophobia
had to go pot-holing for her partner to meet Muhammed Ali.
Who will face the ultimate challenge this time?
Strictly Come Dancing
As Salsa classes and ballroom dancing surge in popularity, Strictly
Come Dancing teams eight celebrities with leading professional dancers
as they bid to prove they've got what it takes to become top at the
tango, fantastic at the foxtrot and sensational at the Salsa.
Presented by Bruce Forsyth and broadcast live from
Television Centre, the show gives viewers the chance to vote for their
favourite teams and to sort those who are fleet of foot from those with
two left feet, all under the strict guidance of World Champion ballroom
dancer, Donnie Burns.
The Lenny Henry Show
In his first topical series since Saturday Live, Lenny Henry
returns to his stand-up roots with his unique blend of comedy.
Joined every week by BBC THREE favourites 3 Non-Blondes
and a celebrity guest, Lenny combines topical stand-up, character sketches
and music performances in this fast-moving show.
Only Lenny Henry could provide viewers with impersonations of Beyoncé,
JayZ and 50 Cent alongside characters including Ronson, the poetry-writing
prisoner, a gulf soldier and a church-going woman.
Test The Nation
Viewers are invited to put their brains into gear as Anne Robinson
and Phillip Schofield put Britain to the test once
Men are pitched against women, nation against nation and region against
region in the battle to find the people with the highest IQ as Test
The Nation enters its third year.
Will men still come out as the brainiest and will Northern Ireland
be able to prove that they can still out-think the rest of the UK?
Tune in, take part and find out. Viewers can take the test online,
through BBCi and via their mobile phones in the show that is a truly
The biggest international singing event of the year returns this spring
with Fame Academy hopeful James Fox leading the charge
to try and reclaim the Eurovision Crown.
Following Making Your Mind Up, in which the nation came together to
choose James and his winning song, Hold On To Our Love, all bets are
on for success in Turkey this year.
Terry Wogan guides viewers through the occasion with
his unique commentary, highlighting the more eccentric voting decisions
of countries participating in the big event and pointing to the more
interesting choices of costume.
The nation is sure to be glued to the screen, urging the British entry
on to victory, or at least to a more respectable score than last year's
infamous nil point in Riga.
Have I Got News For
Have I Got News For You returns with its satirical and witty perspective
on the subjects and people making the headlines.
Each week politicians, actors and comedians sit alongside the regulars,
joining in the fun, while at the same time trying to dodge the embarrassing
reminders of their own experiences in the media spotlight.
Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop
lead the assault.
Trying, and no doubt failing, to exert some control over the proceedings
are guest hosts who take the chair on a weekly basis.
Friday Night With Jonathan
Jonathan Ross is back for a sixth season of his weekly
award-winning entertainment show.
With his trademark mix of banter, humour and music and his irreverent
approach to the art of interviewing, Jonathan is renowned for attracting
an eclectic mix of A-list guests for music and chat that make his Friday
night show essential viewing.
Highlights from the last series included interviews with David Bowie,
Quentin Tarantino, Russell Crowe, Victoria Beckham, Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne,
Ricky Gervais, Nigella Lawson, Radiohead and Blur.
The Big Impression Euro
As football fever reaches boiling point with Euro 2004 this summer,
award-winning duo Alistair McGowan and Ronni
Ancona provide their own unique take on the tournament.
The master and mistress of mimicry employ their many faces and guises
to bring together the biggest names from the worlds of showbiz and football
to celebrate the clash of the European titans.
Following on from the success of Posh And Becks's Big Impression,
the dextrous duo reveal new characters to add to their already extensive
and unrivalled repertoire of impersonations.