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Danger Mouse

CBBC sitcom a secret agent mouse. 99 episodes (2 series), 2015 - 2019. Stars Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Eldon, Dave Lamb, Stephen Fry and others.

Series 1, Episode 21 is repeated today at 7:20am.

Press Clippings

Writers' Guild Awards 2020 shortlist

Danny Brocklehurst, Lisa McGee, Rufus Jones, Tom Neenan, Brenda Gilhooly, Caroline Moran and James J Moran are amongst the comedy writers nominated for the Writers' Guild Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 4th December 2019

Danger Mouse must face the music when Pink Dawn (Morwenna Banks) is inspired by the new ice-themed musical Melted to melt the caps and flood the world. This is doubly irksome for our hero, as he hates musicals ("Implausible, silly nonsense"). Might it also be because he once humiliated himself at a singing contest?

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 17th December 2018

Danger Mouse creator Brian Cosgrove gets OBE

Danger Mouse and Count Duckula creator Brian Cosgrove has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

BBC, 8th June 2018

Broadcast Awards 2018 comedy nominees

The nominations for the Broadcast Awards 2018 have been announced. Amongst the comedy-relation nominations, Taskmaster leads the list with two nods.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd November 2017

Danger Mouse and Duckula star in animation exhibition

Show at Waterside arts centre in Sale explores work of Cosgrove Hall, one of Britain's most successful studios.

Helen Pidd, The Guardian, 20th October 2017

Danger Mouse Ultimate app released

Danger Mouse Ultimate, a new app based on one of CBBC's most loved shows, is available to download for free today.

BBC, 20th April 2017

Writers' Guild Of Great Britain 2017 shortlist announced

The writers of Plebs, People Just Do Nothing, Fleabag, Guilt Trip, The Pin and John Finnemore's Double Acts are nominated in the WGGB Awards 2017.

British Comedy Guide, 6th December 2016

The Beeb's terrific reboot returns. Earth has been invaded by self-unaware clowns who take laughter as a grave insult: as a custard-based homage to Independence Day gathers pace, Danger Mouse (Alexander Armstrong) must curb his mirth. It's a typically limber script that never lets the grown-up gags impede the kiddie fun. In particular, a line about balloons, nailed with relish by Stephen Fry as Colonel K, must have had the writers high-fiving.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 27th June 2016

Danger Mouse to return for a second series

The world's greatest secret agent, Danger Mouse, has been given extended mission on CBBC.

BBC Press Office, 19th May 2016

Danger Mouse: The Snowman Cometh review

Brian Blessed and Richard Ayoade join the cast of Danger Mouse for its new Christmas Special, a festive classic in the making...

Pete Dillon-Trenchard, Den Of Geek, 17th December 2015