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Ranj Singh

Ranj Singh

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Meet the celebrities taking on Graham Norton's iconic Big Red Chair for BBC Children in Need

The famous six are: Perry Fenwick (Eastenders), Karen Hauer (Strictly Come Dancing), Matt Goss (Bros), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea and England footballer), Dr Ranj (TV Doctor), and Rosie Ramsey (Podcaster, Presenter and Author).

BBC, 14th November 2023

The Horne Section TV Show review

He's the Taskmaster lackey no more - this funny, self-aware show makes Alex Horne a star in his own right.

Isobel Lewis, The Independent, 17th November 2022

The Horne Section TV Show review - this riotously fun sitcom is an utter delight

Taskmaster's Little Alex Horne's boundless energy and likability is captured in a charming show that sits somewhere between Flight Of The Conchords and The Goodies.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 3rd November 2022

Why Taskmaster fans need to watch The Horne Section TV Show

Little Alex Horne plays a fictionalised version of himself in his new sitcom, alongside his comedy band, Georgia Tennant, Desiree Burch and more.

Laura Vickers-Green, Den Of Geek, 3rd November 2022

Horne Section TV Show details revealed

Further details have been announced about the upcoming Channel 4 comedy series from Alex Horne and his band, The Horne Section.

British Comedy Guide, 21st September 2022

Ken Cheng and Leila Navabi host CBBC show

Comedians Ken Cheng and Leila Navabi are the hosts of Don't Blame Me, Blame My Brain, a new CBBC series focused around answering science-based questions.

British Comedy Guide, 27th April 2021

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