Series 9, Episode 4
ALOTO's fine tradition of attracting great guest stars continues with Dutch football ace-turned-coach Patrick Kluivert, comic Trevor Noah - the man who will succeed Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show - and Britain's number one female tennis player Heather Watson.
Under the watchful eye of official adjudicators, Corden and the gang have a go at breaking some Guinness World records - including Watson's tally for most Swiss ball headers - followed by a spot of Human Foosball.
Someone should have told a nauseous Whitehall that it's not a game for the faint-hearted (especially when you're being 'controlled' by Flintoff).
It's all hands on deck, meanwhile, in a punishing final challenge. Deep Heat on standby, the Reds and Blues are left hanging upside-down high above the studio floor as they do their best to cling on to a set of Chinese poles while answering quick-fire questions. Who will be the first to drop?
- Friday 5th June 2015
- Sky One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|James Corden||Host / Presenter|
|Jamie Redknapp||Team Captain|
|Andrew Flintoff||Team Captain|
|Jack Whitehall||Regular Panellist|
|Kevin Day||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Aiden Spackman||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Dan Swimer||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Christine Rose||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Jez Stevenson||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Geoff Norcott||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Andrew Bird||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|
|Andrew Gates||Production Designer|