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Room 101

  • 1994
  • Season 1
  • 8 episodes
  • Comedy
  • Drama

Summary

Well-known faces joining Frank include Fern Britton; Gregg Wallace; Alice Cooper; Germaine Greer; and Josh Groban.

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Episode 8: Room 101

Summary

Former deputy prime minister John Prescott, actress Rebecca Front and comedian Micky Flanagan join host Frank Skinner, making the case for their pet hates to be banished for ever. The trio's dislikes include goal celebrations, school ties, celebrity chefs, audience participation and other people's music

Review

John Prescott was once so rude to me when I was a reporter on a local newspaper that, even 25 years later, I can still hear him screaming. He will definitely go into my Room 101.

Lord Prescott, as he is now, of course, wants to dispose of gurning press pictures of himself that make him look stupid, and footballers’ silly goal-celebration dances. Oh, and the title “Lord”.

Rebecca Front doubtless speaks for good-mannered people across the land when she says she would banish other people’s music (leaky headphones, cab drivers playing power-ballad music stations), while Micky Flanagan can’t stand celebrity chefs and Americanisms.

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Released on
1994-08-22
Languages
English
Formats
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Credits

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rolename
UnknownFrank Skinner
UnknownJohn Prescott
UnknownRebecca Front
UnknownMicky Flanagan
ProducerAdam Copeland
DirectorIan Lorimer

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  • Summary

    Former deputy prime minister John Prescott, actress Rebecca Front and comedian Micky Flanagan join host Frank Skinner, making the case for their pet hates to be banished for ever. The trio's dislikes include goal celebrations, school ties, celebrity chefs, audience participation and other people's music

    Review

    John Prescott was once so rude to me when I was a reporter on a local newspaper that, even 25 years later, I can still hear him screaming. He will definitely go into my Room 101.

    Lord Prescott, as he is now, of course, wants to dispose of gurning press pictures of himself that make him look stupid, and footballers’ silly goal-celebration dances. Oh, and the title “Lord”.

    Rebecca Front doubtless speaks for good-mannered people across the land when she says she would banish other people’s music (leaky headphones, cab drivers playing power-ballad music stations), while Micky Flanagan can’t stand celebrity chefs and Americanisms.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    channeltimestatus

    Dave

    Dave
    -

    Dave HD

    Dave HD
    -

    Dave ja vu

    Dave ja vu
    -

    Streaming

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    Details

    Released on
    1994-08-22
    Languages
    English
    Formats
    Colour | HD | SUB | WIDE

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    UnknownFrank Skinner
    UnknownJohn Prescott
    UnknownRebecca Front
    UnknownMicky Flanagan
    ProducerAdam Copeland
    DirectorIan Lorimer
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