First broadcast: Saturday 26th December 1981
Programme in which Dudley Moore "meets" and entertains celebrity audience including: Shirley Bassey, Adam Faith, Stanley Baxter, Martin Shaw, Robert Powell, Tom Conti, Lulu, Clive James, Rolf Harris and Denis Norden. His special guest is singer/songwriter Christopher Cross.
First broadcast: Saturday 10th December 1988
Comedian Victoria Wood performs before a star-studded audience including Julie Walters, Dave Allen, Judi Dench and Dawn French, treating her guests to a selection of her celebrated monologues, taking questions from the audience, and performing some witty numbers at the piano.
First broadcast: Saturday 25th October 1997
Multi-talented Ronnie Corbett entertains a star-studded audience - including Ronnie Barker, Frank Skinner, Damien Hirst, Samantha Janus and Lord Parkinson - with his singing, dancing and piano playing, not to mention a touch of comedy.
First broadcast: Saturday 29th November 1997
Special programme in which the pop group the Spice Girls perform in front of a celebrity, and predominantly female, audience. In addition to performing nine of their songs, the members of the group answer questions about their lives and their rise to stardom from audience members.
First broadcast: Saturday 30th May 1998
One-off special in which the rock legend performs several of his classic hits, including Maggie May, D'Ya Think I'm Sexy and Sailing; he also duets with Emma Bunton on Tonight's The Night, and with Mick Hucknall and the Irish family band The Corrs.
First broadcast: Saturday 10th February 2001
Latin superstar Ricky Martin performs in front of an audience of TV celebrities. He performs She Bangs, Maria and Loaded. He also duets with Kylie Minogue (Livin' La Vida Loca) and Frances Ruffelle (A Little Fall Of Rain). Celebrities asking questions include Cilla Black, David Baddiel, Emma Bunton, Cat Deeley, Julian Clary, Steve Redgrave and Ian Wright.
First broadcast: Saturday 9th December 2006
Lionel Richie performs a selection of his greatest hits plus tracks from his new album in this star-studded event and invites the celebrity audience to ask him questions. Including performances from special guest stars Westlife and Beverley Knight.
First broadcast: Saturday 27th October 2007
The Pub Landlord, aka comedian Al Murray, performs for a second time in front of an audience of celebrity fans. Recorded only a week before transmission, there's no telling what subjects The Guv might educate his audience on. Will anything compare to last time, when he cajoled Dean Gaffney into singing the national anthem several times?
First broadcast: Saturday 22nd December 2007
Canadian chanteuse Celine Dion performs her greatest hits in front of a star-studded audience, and fields questions from famous faces who have a chance to find out what makes one of the world's best-selling female recording artists tick.
First broadcast: Saturday 31st May 2008
In his first UK televised special, Neil Diamond treats his celebrity fans including Dame Judi Dench, the Zutons, Blur's Alex James, Alison Steadman, Ben Miller, Michelle Collins and Samantha Janus, plus the viewers at home, to a selection of his career-defining songs including Sweet Caroline, America, Cracklin' Rosie and Love On The Rocks. He also performs some hits from his number one album Home Before Dark, including the title track and Pretty Amazing Grace.
First broadcast: Wednesday 11th November 2009
Donny and Marie Osmond bring us a taste of their hugely successful Las Vegas show and answer questions from a celebrity audience about three decades as showbiz superstars. It is over 20 years since the famous siblings last performed together in the UK, and today they sing some of their greatest hits as well as songs from their Vegas show. Highlights include a frenzied version of Crazy Horses by Donny, and Marie's huge hit Paper Roses.
First broadcast: Sunday 23rd May 2010
Superstar singer Michael Bublé hosts a very special show in which he performs some of his best-loved songs including Everything, Home and Haven't Met You Yet as well as his versions of classics such as Cry Me A River. Michael is joined by - and answers questions from - a star-studded audience which includes Paul O'Grady, Dermot O'Leary, Joe McElderry, Keeley Hawes and Holly Willoughby.
First broadcast: Friday 28th October 2011
Barry Manilow, accompanied by his orchestra, performs many of his best-loved songs including Copacabana, Mandy, Could It Be Magic, and I Write The Songs. The international superstar also answers questions from a celebrity audience about a career that spans five decades.