This week Jeremy Paxman puts his University Challenge hat on to quiz Michael Howard, George Bush pops up on What's My Line? and confuses everyone, and we test out Bill Oddie's driving skills. It can only mean more fun from the cutting room as DWTWT once again wreaks havoc with the archives.
Prince Philip takes over the world, George Bush has a message for the boy scouts, Jeremy Clarkson is confronted by his most troublesome guest ever and there's trouble on the set of Ask The Family. It can mean only one thing; the archive has gone through the mincer yet again as Don't Watch That Watch This invites you to watch more freshly recut footage.
Rupert Murdoch, Celine Dion, Donald Rumsfeld and Bill Oddie come together to form the unlikeliest of cast lists. All will be explained as the red hot editing suites of Don't Watch That Watch This spew out another contorted view of the real world.
It's the wrap party for clay icon Morph at the end of a long shoot in the animation studio, George Bush is in candid mood about Europe, and a young Jack Straw pops up on What's My Line? to confuse everyone. Once again the great and the good suffer the death of a thousand edits at the hands of the team of the ever industrious DWTWT film monkeys.
Final time around for the intrepid re-editors. Professional golf, Toyah Wilcox, John Humphreys and George thingy, the American President, make up just part of the cast list for this week's archivefest. Plus more from regulars Delia, Jeremy Paxman and a boating David Dimbleby. Fresh from the all night cutting room, Don't Watch That Watch This presses the rewind button on a film library full of archive and comes up with a new take on TV's great and good. And Alan Titchmarsh.