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Paul Merton

Paul Merton



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TV Series Starring Paul Merton

Motorhoming with Merton and WebsterMotorhoming with Merton and Webster

Husband and wife comedians Paul Merton and Suki Webster embrace Britain's booming motorhoming scene, seeking out the UK's most famous sights and hidden gems. Plus, tips from enthusiasts and volunteers test camping equipment.


Paul Merton's Secret StationsPaul Merton's Secret Stations

More than 150 of Britain's railway stations are request stops. You have to put out your arm to get the train to stop at the platform. In this series, Paul Merton will travel around the country by train, only getting off at request stops. He'll explore the history of the stations, and meet the people who live and work around them to learn more about at these unusual and often-overlooked stations.


Paul Merton in IndiaPaul Merton in India

Having conquered China, comedian Paul Merton has his sights set on India, an astonishingly diverse country of one billion people. Paul intends to beat his own path around this enormous subcontinent, shunning the traditional tourist spots in favour of unexpected sights and surprising detours, to see 'his India'.


Have I Got a Bit More News for YouHave I Got a Bit More News for You
BBC One, 2007 | Comedy, Game Show, News
Rating: 4/5

An extended version of the satirical news quiz, Have I Got News for You, featuring more of the stuff that wouldn't fit into the regular programme. The regular edition began on BBC Two on 28 September 1990, however it wasn't until the spring of 2007 for series 33 that the previously sporadic extended version of the show, which aired as a weekend repeat, became a permanent fixture and was given the name Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Over an hour's worth of material is recorded for each programme for broadcast the following day, allowing the programme to remain topical while the BBC's lawyers have time to request cuts of potentially defamatory material.


Room 101Room 101
BBC Three, 1994 | Comedy, Talk Shows
Rating: 5/5

If you had the chance to banish some of your worst nightmares to the depth of Room 101 what would they be and why? Paul Merton presents this comical chat show asking guests to describe their pet hates, if he's convinced it really is that bad then banished it will be. Originally hosted by Nick Hancock.


Have I Got News for YouHave I Got News for You

"Have I Got News For You" is a long-running, satirical panel quiz, poking fun at the news stories of the past week. Each week two guests join team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton, with a guest host presiding over the points.