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Born: 02 Apr, 1970
TV Series Starring Alexander Armstrong
Alexander Armstrong in South Korea
Alexander embarks on an epic journey across one of the most influential and successful countries on Earth, exploring all South Korea has to offer and just how different our lives are.
Iceland with Alexander Armstrong
The television presenter and comic embarks on an 8,000-mile journey halfway around the Arctic Circle in the middle of winter, a remarkable, but unforgiving, time of year in the ice-bound region. He observes natural wonders and discovers the magnetic lure of the far north, swims with locals and much more.
Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad
Actor Bradley Walsh and his 20-year-old son Barney are hitting the road together for a brand-new four-part series, travelling over 2000 miles from Los Angeles to New Orleans.
The Imitation Game
Rory Bremner and Debra Stephenson are joined by fellow impressionists Luke Kempner and Jess Robinson to perform a series of comedy challenges under the instruction of host and games-master Alexander Armstrong.
Italy's Invisible Cities
Using the latest 3D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott uncover the hidden history of Italian civilization and city life.
The Real Full Monty
The Real Full Monty is a full frontal extravaganza broadcast live from Sheffield, the home of the original Full Monty strip. Ashley Banjo and Alexander Armstrong put together an even bigger and bolder show in their balls out commitment to raising awareness of men's cancers.
A cast of male celebrities will share their personal stories and learn how to shed their iconic security guard uniforms to stir up a storm on stage in Sheffield and inspire even more men to make vital checks that could save lives.
Teach My Pet to Do That
Teach My Pet to Do That celebrates the hidden intellectual potential of our nations pets. We are a nation of animal lovers with over half of us owning some sort of pet. Watching funny and entertaining pet's on line is a bit of a national obsession but rarely do we think our own pets are capable of such feats of brilliance. Teach My Pet to Do That will wipe away that misconception and, using only positive reinforcement training, will prove that any pet has the potential to be an internet superstar. The Teach My Pet, Pet School is a place where domesticated pets of all shapes, sizes and species enroll to be taught tricks that enrich the lives of animal and owner.
Don't Ask Me Ask Britain
This is a live, interactive game show which asks viewers to vote along on opinion-based topics, whilst a celebrity panel go head to head to try and second-guess what the audience at home will answer.
Danger Mouse (2015)
Danger Mouse is a reboot of the popular kids show following a detective Mouse.
Alexander Armstrong in the Land of the Midnight Sun
The television presenter and comedian takes on an epic 8,000-mile journey halfway around the Arctic Circle deep in mid-winter, a spectacular but deadly time of year to see the unforgiving, ice-bound region. His odyssey is full of surprises as he witnesses natural wonders and discovers the magnetic lure of the far north.
Delight in the messy, gory and gross as a host of lovable characters try to put on show to celebrate the joy of science as well as poke fun at it, subvert it and deconstruct it.
Hey Duggee is based around 'The Squirrel Club'-run by a big friendly dog called Duggee-a place where kids take part in all kinds of activities, have adventures and earn activity badges all along the way. Duggee teaches the kids about being responsible, working as a team, taking acceptable risks and most importantly...having fun!
Best of the Worst
Mike, Jay, Jessi, Josh, Rich and Jack watch three bad movies then pick the best of the worst.
A BBC quiz show hosted by Alexander Armstrong where celebrities go head-to-head in a general knowledge quiz where contestants try to think of answers that the public might not have. One hundred members of the public are surveyed and give as many answers as they please, and the object is to guess the most obscure ones, not the most popular. Whoever scores the lowest wins in this hilarious celebrity quiz.
Alexander Armstrong's Big Ask
Alexander Armstrong hosts the quiz show where three razor-sharp comedians don't just answer questions - they have to think them up.
This is a game show hosted by Alexander Armstrong. Players have to try to score as little points as possible by using the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers nobody else would think of using.
Reggie works as the head of disposable razors at a male-grooming firm and, as in the original, he's repeatedly late because of bizarre rail problems.
Unhappy with the world, Reggie plods through life complaining about how things should be.
The Sarah Jane Adventures
Investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith and her 13-year-old neighbor Maria form an alliance to combat evil alien forces.
The Armstrong and Miller Show
Beneath the veneer of po-faced respectability lies a wealth of characters in Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller's sketch show.
Eric Feeble is a middle-class divorced father of two who resides in London, England. An average man, with a less than average life, Eric is endlessly at his wits end - stressed out with his family, coworkers, and his life in general. For starters, there's his children. His precocious daughter, Claire is allergic to everything, from peanuts to dolls and everything in between. Eric's toadish son, Brian, sticks everything into his mouth that he can get his hands on. The family's live-in au pair, Maria, is a drunken nymphomaniac with a bad habit of disappearing for days at a time. Eric's ex-wife, Liz, is a whiny psycho who's involved in every kind of "rights" act imaginable, from "animal rights" to "tree rights" to Buddhism. Just to make his oddball family dynamics look worse, the next door neighbours are the aptly named Perfects, who are wealthy and snobbish.
Armstrong and Miller
Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller are reunited in this contemporary sketch-show series. The show includes a variety of characters and situations - most notably teen-talk speaking Second World War pilots.
An awards ceremony saluting the music industry. Awards are presented in many different categories.