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Born: 06 Sep, 1978
TV Series Starring Mathew Horne
Dad's Army: The Lost Episodes
Dad's Army is Britain's favourite sitcom but three of the original 80 episodes have been lost. Now, using the original scripts by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, those three episodes have been recreated as faithfully as possible and come to the screen for the first time since 1969.
Agatha Raisin is an exuberant and quirky crime drama starring Ashley Jensen as the notorious Agatha. Based on the novels of M. C. Beaton. She first appeared in the made for TV movie Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death.
Dating in the Dark (ITV)
A series that tests what matters most when it comes to finding love - looks or personality? Voiced by Mathew Horne, each episode will see six singletons date each other in the pitch black Dark Room. But after getting up close and personal, will they be turned off when the lights are turned on?. They will stay at a luxury mansion in the countryside, but with the girls and boys living on separate floors the only time they will meet is in total darkness. When the lights go on, the couples must ultimately decide whether to leave the mansion together or apart.
Catherine Tate's Nan
Joannie Taylor's grandson is away in Africa doing charity work, so the pensioner is assigned teenage volunteer 'Alice' to keep her company.
Together they visit the council offices to get her kitchen tap mended - but the trip ends in chaos and results in the pensioner going to hospital.
This is a comedy series written by and starring Jack Whitehall as an unconventional teacher who is more juvenile than the students he teaches.
Horne & Corden
Gavin and Stacey's James Corden and Mathew Horne star in their own sketch show, in which they create new comedy characters and perform in front of a live studio audience.
Gavin and Stacey
Gavins from Essex, Stacey is from Wales. Things have been going great with their telephone romance, but now they are about to meet. Will things turn sour when they meet face-to-face, or will their meddling friends and family be their downfall?
The Catherine Tate Show
Perrier Award nominated for her performance in Lee Mack's sketch show at The Edinburgh Festival 2000 and critically acclaimed for her one-woman sketch show at Edinburgh 2001, Catherine Tate now writes and stars in her own sketch show. Catherine's irreverent characters include the rancid pensioner, the overprotective new parents and the randy nurse. The show's theme tune is "In These Shoes?" by Kirsty MacColl.
Teachers was a highly successful Channel 4 comedy, which followed a group of immature teachers working at Summerdown School, in Bristol. The theme song for the show was "The Boy With The Arab Strap" by Belle and Sebastian.
Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.
An awards ceremony saluting the music industry. Awards are presented in many different categories.
Are You Being Served?
"Are You Being Served?" is a British Sitcom that ran from 1972-1985. The show revolved around a store where a reorganization forced two departments to share floor space, and the conflicts that this created- set the tone for most episodes.