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BBC Two England

Have I Got News for You

2/9. With guest host Alexander Armstrong and panellists comedian Ed Byrne and Labour MP
Bob Marshall-Andrews OC. Shown last Friday on BBCl The Armstrong & Miller Show is on Friday at 9.30pm on BBC1
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

COMEDY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/7. Sketch show featuring no-frills comedy creations from a reunited Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller , including politically incorrect Divorced Dad and Neanderthal art critics. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris Make mine a double: page 36; Moment of the week: p65
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

2/7. Divorced Dad and his son bond over a cup of tea. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris Video footage of RT's photoshoot at www.radiotimes. com/armstrong-and-miller
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

3/7. More no-frills character sketches from comedy duo Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris Visit [Web Address Removed]
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

4/7. More comedy sketches featuring, among others, the divorced dad and the airforce pilots.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

5/7. At the Predictive Text Commission, the four-letter word options are being drastically restyled.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

6/7. More sketches, including a pilot who, stranded on a desert island with some marketing executives, finds his SOS plan subjected to talk of incentives.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris
BBC One London

The Armstrong & Miller Show

7/7. Divorced Dad gives some inspirational advice to his son after he comes bottom of the class.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Caroline Norris
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

1/7. Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller reunite for a series of sketches.
See panel. First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

2/7. Divorced Dad and his son bond.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

3/7. More no-frills sketches from
Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

4/7. The Second World War pilots discuss their favourite woman.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

5/7. At the Predictive Text Commission, the four-letter word options are being drastically restyled.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

6/7. A pilot is stranded on an island with some marketing executives.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

7/7. Divorced Dad has some advice.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

1/7. Comedy sketches.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

2/7. Divorced Dad and his son bond over a cup of tea.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

3/7. Character sketches from comic duo Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

4/7. The Second World War pilots discuss their favourite woman.
First shown on BBCI
BBC Four

The Armstrong & Miller Show

5/7. The Predictive Text Commission rework four-letter words.
First shown on BBC1






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