Hat Trick Productions

Hat Trick Productions is one of the UK's most successful independent production companies. It was founded in 1986 by Rory McGrath, Denise O'Donohue and Jimmy Mulville with an aim of making hit new comedy programmes.

Hat Trick's catalogue ranges from Game On to the topical Drop The Dead Donkey and Have I Got News For You, Father Ted, and the historical Chelmsford 123.

Contact Details

Website www.hattrick.co.uk
Email
Phone Number 020 7434 2451
Fax Number 020 7287 9791
Postal Address 10 Livonia Street, London, W1F 8AF
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Hat Trick Productions - Current Productions

Boomers

TV ComedyBoomers

Comedy about a trio of newly-retired couples in Norfolk, rediscovering the joys of having free time to spend.

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Episodes

TV ComedyEpisodes

Anglo-American sitcom about a British couple who try to recreate their UK comedy hit for American audiences with disastrous results.

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Have I Got News For You

TV ComedyHave I Got News For You

Long-running topical panel game with a strong political slant, featuring team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.

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Jon Richardson's To Do List

Radio ComedyJon Richardson's To Do List

Panel show hosted by Jon Richardson.

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Robert Newman's Entirely Accurate Encyclopaedia Of Evolution

Radio ComedyRobert Newman's Entirely Accurate Encyclopaedia Of Evolution

Rob Newman challenges notions of Survival of the Fittest and the Selfish Gene with a new theory that's equal parts enlightening and hilarious.

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Room 101

TV ComedyRoom 101

Frank Skinner hosts Room 101, where celebrities compete in a series of themed rounds to get their most hated item banished forever.

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Sisters

Radio ComedySisters

Radio sitcom written by and starring Susan Calman, about the love/hate relationship you can never escape.

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Hat Trick Productions - Previous Productions

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Rob Brydon & Tom Jones plan

Rob Brydon & Tom Jones plan

Rob Brydon is set to host a BBC Children in Need concert featuring comedy about Sir Tom Jones. Read

Taskmaster interviews

Taskmaster interviews

The comedians involved in new channel Dave show Taskmaster talk about taking part in the bizarre challenges. Read

Crackanory - Series 3

Crackanory - Series 3

Dave has confirmed the commissioning of Crackanory Series 3, with star readers set to include Christopher Lloyd. Read

Robert Lindsay sitcom

Robert Lindsay sitcom

Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman will head up the cast of Bull, a TV sitcom set in an antiques shop. Read

Hank Zipzer Series 3

Hank Zipzer Series 3

Happy Days star Henry Winkler is to return to CBBC for a third series of Hank Zipzer. Read