Series 8, Episode 2
Ever wondered what James Corden and co would look like wearing teeny-tiny netball dresses? Well, wonder no more with an all-new episode featuring football star Andros Townsend, presenter Laura Whitmore and funnyman Micky Flanagan.
Coached by former netball pro Tracey Neville - sister of Gary and Phil - the gang, sans Townsend, go head-to-head against a team of super leaguers at Wembley Arena, before finding out who Neville has singled out as the most promising player.
Then, in a nod to Townsend, Corden gets a game of Street Soccer going, pitting Whitehall against the Tottenham and England winger to see who can smash the most house windows (please note, no real houses were harmed during the making of this programme).
Sacks, wheelbarrow races and space hoppers are required, meanwhile, for the final challenge when the Reds and Blues compete in a back-to-school sports day.
- Friday 5th September 2014
- Sky One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|James Corden||Host / Presenter|
|Jamie Redknapp||Team Captain|
|Andrew Flintoff||Team Captain|
|Jack Whitehall||Regular Panellist|
|Shaun Pye||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Fraser Steele||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Kevin Day||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Aiden Spackman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dan Swimer||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Charlie Skelton||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Geoff Norcott||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Richard Van't Riet||Director|
|David Taylor||Series Producer|
|Danielle Lux||Executive Producer|
|Murray Boland||Executive Producer|
|Jim Pullin||Executive Producer|
|Barbara Lee||Executive Producer|
Tracey Neville (Gary and Phil Neville's sister) teaches the ALOTO teams how to play netball.