I've Never Seen Star Wars
TV version of the radio show in which Marcus Brigstocke asks a famous face to experience five things they've never tried before
The TV version of Radio 4's I've Never Seen Star Wars. In each episode, presenter Marcus Brigstocke asked a volunteer from the world of entertainment to try out things they've never done before. This included cultural activities, food and drink. The celebrity volunteer then rated each experience out of ten.
Our Review: Passable entertainment - but the show really did not make best use of the new visual medium it found itself operating on. Also, why did they not book more comedians as guests?