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The Keith Barret Show


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New series 1/6. Rob Brydon's comic creation from Marion & Geoff is back to host another round of chat shows, this time inviting celebrity couples to reveal the ingredients of a successful relationship. His guests tonight are actress Leslie Ash and her husband Lee Chapman, and celebrity singing coaches David and Carrie Grant.

The almost insanely optimistic and cheerful Keith Barret (the marvellous Rob Brydon) returns for a new series of his chat show, in which he dispenses relationship advice to famous couples.
Tonight he's joined by a couple beloved of the tabloids, though for all the wrong reasons - former footballer turned restaurateur Lee Chapman and his wife, actress Leslie Ash. (You may recall them baring their souls in the autumn last year on an uncomfortable but shamefully riveting Tonight with Trevor McDonald.) No preview tapes were available, but with the masterly Brydon in charge, it's bound to be fun, if doubtless frequently excruciating, thanks to the well-meaning Keith's desire to please.


Presenter: Rob Brydon
Guest: Leslie Ash
Guest: Lee Chapman
Guest: Carrie Grant
Guest: David Grant
Director: Steve Smith
Producer: Alex Hardcastle

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