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Catherine Tate: Laughing At The Noughties

Channel 4 documentary. 1 episode in 2011. Features Catherine Tate, Alan Carr, David Walliams, Noel Fielding, Rob Brydon, David Tennant, Leigh Francis and others.

Catherine Tate: Laughing At The Noughties

Catherine Tate: Laughing At The Noughties is a two-hour romp through the very best comedy of the 'Noughties'

Genre
Documentary
Broadcast
2011
Channel
Channel 4
Episodes
1
Creators
Howard Davidson, Beren Money and Deborah Sargeant
Features
Catherine Tate, Alan Carr, David Walliams, Noel Fielding, Rob Brydon, David Tennant, Leigh Francis, Dom Joly and others
Directors
Richard Dean and Mark Jones
Producers
Lindsay Jex, Richard Dean, Mark Jones and Clive Tulloh

Catherine Tate: Laughing At The Noughties is a two-hour romp through the very best comedy of the 'Noughties'.

Sketch-show sensation Catherine tells the story of the decade in which she became a household name. She meets with comedy glitterati Alan Carr, David Walliams, Noel Fielding, Rob Brydon and her Doctor Who co-star, David Tennant, all of whom reflect on the greatest comedy moments in recent history.

Other interviewees include Leigh Francis, Dom Joly, Miranda Hart, Lee Mack, Mathew Horne, Rebecca Front, Al Murray, Chris Addison and Ross Noble.

As well as showcasing all the most entertaining, memorable comedy of the time, the documentary also features newsreel and pop culture archive that contextualises the gags. It reveals not just what was funny, but why it was funny.

Catherine's journey provides new insight and revelations and features anecdotes from some of the biggest names in comedy.

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