DNN. Image shows from L to R: Bob Roberts (William Andrews), Felicity Bond (Kelly-Anne Lyons). Copyright: BBC
DNN

DNN

  • TV sketch show
  • CBBC
  • 2013 - 2014
  • 25 episodes (2 series)

CBBC comedy set in a spoof news studio. The show takes in the past seven days, looking at news and popular culture. Stars William Andrews, Kelly-Anne Lyons, Cariad Lloyd, Sam Fletcher, Victoria Cook and more.

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Series 1, Episode 10

In this wek's showbiz news, Stacey-May Anaïs and Diana Vickers present a guide to being a fairytale princess; Bob has some surprising polling results; Gary meets a Nigerian cycling champion; and Nellie Osmond investigates clowning.

Notes

The 'Production Team' were credited as writers in this episode, with 'The Cast' also credited as providing additional material.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 1st August 2013
Time
5pm
Channel
CBBC
Length
25 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 3rd August 2013 8:25am CBBC
Sunday 4th August 2013 2:00pm CBBC
Friday 30th August 2013 3:05pm CBBC

Cast & crew

Cast
William Andrews Bob Roberts
Kelly-Anne Lyons Felicity Bond
Cariad Lloyd Stacey-May Anaïs
Sam Fletcher Gary Ogden
Victoria Cook Davina Wave
Gemma Arrowsmith Nellie Osmond
Marvyn Dickinson Phil Tyme
Mawaan Rizwan Jahmene Mann
Sule Rimi Henry Smart
Susan Harrison Ensemble Actor
Guest cast
Diana Vickers Self
Writing team
Stuart Kenworthy Writer
Ciaran Murtagh Writer
Andrew Jones Writer
Stephen Morrison Writer
George Sawyer Writer
Jack Bernhardt Writer (Additional Material)
Alex Collier Writer (Additional Material)
Tom Neenan Writer (Additional Material)
Jessica Silcock (as Jess Silcock) Writer (Additional Material)
Naomi Smith Writer (Additional Material)
Matt Oakley Writer (Additional Material)
Chris Hall Writer (Additional Material)
David Quantick Script Editor
Production team
Geoff Coward Director
Richard Grocock Series Producer
Scott Martin Producer
Sid Cole Executive Producer
Richard Shadbolt Editor
Paul Shields Editor
Emma Dibb Production Designer

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