Hearing loss documentary for John Bishop

Wednesday 3rd August 2022, 9:14pm

John Bishop. Copyright: Lola Entertainment

John Bishop and his son, Joe, are making a documentary about deafness for ITV.

Joe, Bishop's eldest son, lost most of his hearing at the age of 15, and the programme - Joe & John Bishop: Life After Deaf - promises to "share the realities of hearing loss".

ITV say the "personal and insightful" documentary will see the pair "embark upon a journey to understand more about the Deaf community and learn British Sign Language together".

It is expected to culminate in arena-level stand-up Bishop performing a gig in British Sign Language.

He said: "Before we started this journey, we could never have imagined what an impact it would have on us as a family.

"Joe and I are so grateful to the members of the deaf community who we've met this year, their generosity has changed our lives."

John Bishop Live - Box Of Laughs

The Elvis Has Left The Building Tour
John brings his unique talent for observational humour to DVD for the first time with his critically acclaimed show. Filmed in front of a packed house at the Liverpool Empire Theatre, it shows a man at the top of his game, and illustrates why he has become one of the nation's favourite comedians.

The Sunshine Tour
Filmed live at Liverpool's Echo Arena on the hugely successful tour of the same name (which saw John play to over 400,000 people in the arenas of the UK). In this show John shares anecdotes about the ways in which his life has changed because of fame, he confesses to what his kids really think of him and he explains why this is his time in the Sunshine.

Rollercoaster Tour
At the end of the Sunshine Tour, John Bishop decided to take some time off the road. However, his family concluded life was better when he was out of the house and so Bishop spent a year jumping out of aeroplanes, visiting Downing Street and taking male grooming to the extreme. Delivered in Bish's signature laid back style in front of a packed out Manchester Arena, the multi-award winning stand up phenomenon is back to tell you all about his Rollercoaster year.

Supersonic Live
John Bishop's back! After taking time out to write his autobiography, John limbered up again for his third sell-out national Arena tour, ending with a special one-off show at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall. This latest comedy caper by the immensely talented John Bishop was described as "the funniest two hours you'll have anywhere, anytime soon" by The Daily Mirror.

First released: Monday 21st November 2016

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John Bishop - Winging It Live

Multi award-winning comedy superstar, John Bishop is back with his brand new show, recorded during his mammoth 150 date sell out tour of UK & Ireland at the iconic London Palladium in 2018. Here, you too can experience him Winging It!

John shares his opinions on the royal family and how Kate Middleton could have been Mrs Bishop. You'll find yourself carried along with his brilliantly observed feelings about hitting the big 50, how to deal with the 'empty nest', the menopause, the moment he finally managed to impress his mates with his fairly new found fame and getting a 'name-check', live on stage in Boston, from his idol Bono!

His every-man style of delivery make the 90 minutes pass in a flurry of belly laughs and nostalgia.

First released: Monday 19th November 2018

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If you are in the North America, look out for US/Canadian flag icons on popular product listings for direct links.

If you order from a UK store, please note that the UK is in Region 2 and B, respectively, for DVDs and Blu-rays - check your player's compatibility, or look for multi-region products if you are located in another region.

If you are in Australia or New Zealand (DVD Region 4), note that almost all DVDs distributed in the UK by the BBC and 2entertain are encoded for both Region 2 and Region 4. The UK and Australasia are in the same Blu-ray region (B).

John Bishop - How To Grow Old

Whether he likes it or not, John is getting older. His hair is greying, it's getting that much harder to stay fit, and the potential to become something of embarrassment is ever increasing.

But hope is not lost.

How To Grow Old is John's offering to the world. With sage advice on how to avoid the common pitfalls of age, intimate confessions and spit-your-dentures-out hilarious commentary on his own advancing years, this is his observational comic writing at its very best. If you were concerned about how not to be boring or how to get rid of your should-be-old-enough-to-manage kids, this book has the answers.

First published: Thursday 14th November 2019

  • Published: Thursday 14th May 2020
  • Publisher: Ebury Press
  • Pages: 320
  • Catalogue: 9781529105421

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Fear not! Many items can still be ordered. Amazon in the UK delivers to many international territories, whilst their Australia, USA and Canada stores also supply many equivalent or imported items.

If you are in the North America, look out for US/Canadian flag icons on popular product listings for direct links.

If you order from a UK store, please note that the UK is in Region 2 and B, respectively, for DVDs and Blu-rays - check your player's compatibility, or look for multi-region products if you are located in another region.

If you are in Australia or New Zealand (DVD Region 4), note that almost all DVDs distributed in the UK by the BBC and 2entertain are encoded for both Region 2 and Region 4. The UK and Australasia are in the same Blu-ray region (B).

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