Dick And Dom's Funny Business. Image shows from L to R: Richard McCourt, Dominic Wood. Copyright: BBC
Dick And Dom's Funny Business

Dick And Dom's Funny Business

  • TV variety
  • BBC Two
  • 2011
  • 13 episodes (1 series)

CBBC show in which presenters Dick and Dom introduce child-friendly sketches and stand-up from comedy circuit regulars. Stars Richard McCourt, Dominic Wood, Steven Burge, Tony Way, John Hopkins and more.

Episode menu

Series 1, Episode 4 - Bills, Bills, Bills With Tracy-Ann Oberman

This week, former EastEnders villain Tracy Ann Oberman drops in to Dick and Dom's comedy club as the star guest.

Further details

Dick And Dom's Funny Business. Image shows from L to R: Richard McCourt, Dominic Wood. Copyright: BBC

The Rootin' Tootin' Cowboys show off their knowledge of the most unlikely of subject matters - and even more unlikely celebrity friends using some "rootin' tootin' cotton pickin' high falutin' word ranglin' adjective stringin' descriptions".

The show visits Baldilocks - a very special hairdressers for men of a certain age who are "follically challenged". And Big Game Hunters follows two moustachioed hunters in deepest Africa whose moustache envy leads them on a very strange hunt.

As well as the action on stage another group of animals get to pitch their animal-friendly products to the furry entrepreneurs in Animal's Den, The Wrestlers limber up for another bout with Dick and Dom and the 40-Year-Old Scout is still desperately trying to secure all his badges so he can leave the scout group.

Plus sketches from The Three Englishmen and Toby.

Broadcast details

Saturday 29th January 2011
60 minutes

Cast & crew

Richard McCourt (as Dick) Host / Presenter
Dominic Wood (as Dom) Host / Presenter
Steven Burge (as Steve Burge) Wrestler
Tony Way Wrestler
John Hopkins Cub Scout
Richard Glover Cub Scout Arkala
Kelly-Anne Lyons Kelly-Anne Manhattan
Rob Broderick (as Abandoman) Musical Performer
James Hancox (as Abandoman) Musical Performer
Guest cast
Simon Farnaby Guest
Ben Cottam (as The Three Englishmen) Guest
Nick Hall (as The Three Englishmen) Guest
Jack Hartnell (as The Three Englishmen) Guest
Tom Hensby (as The Three Englishmen) Guest
Sarah Daykin (as Toby) Guest
Lizzie Daykin (as Toby) Guest
Marek Larwood Bald Man
Tracy-Ann Oberman Self
Writing team
George Sawyer Writer
Steve Parry Writer
Nico Tatarowicz Writer (Additional Material)
Laurence Rickard (as Larry Rickard) Writer (Additional Material)
Ben Spiteri Writer (Additional Material)
Lee Chapman (as Chapman & Kennedy) Writer (Additional Material)
Adrian Kennedy (as Chapman & Kennedy) Writer (Additional Material)
Richard McCourt Writer (Additional Material)
Dominic Wood Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Dez McCarthy Director
Simon London Producer
Nick Hutchings Producer
Darren Sole Producer
Lucy McDermott Producer
Anne Gilchrist Executive Producer
Jake Bernard Editor
Joshua Grace Production Designer
Matthew Hales (as Matt Hales) Composer
Ben Hales Composer

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