Fool Britannia. Dom Joly. Copyright: ITV Studios.

Fool Britannia

ITV sketch show. 14 episodes (2 series), 2012 - 2013. Stars Dom Joly, Jim Darrah, Andy Howie, Sandy Gibb and Robert Sparks.

Fool Britannia

ITV hidden camera sketch show created by and starring Trigger Happy TV star Dom Joly. Pranks are carried out around the country

Genre
Sketch Show
Broadcast
2012 - 2013
Channel
ITV
Episodes
14   (2 series)
Starring
Dom Joly, Jim Darrah, Andy Howie, Sandy Gibb and Robert Sparks
Writers
Dom Joly, Paul Butler, Ali Crockatt, George Jeffrie, Bert Tyler-Moore, George Sawyer and David Scott
Director
Paul Young
Producers
Greg Bower, Lee Connolly and James Abadi

Dom Joly looks to fool the nation in this ITV1 programme.

Fool Britannia turns the UK into Dom's very own prank playground, poking fun at what it means to be British by unleashing a host of characters and pranks.

No-one and nowhere is safe as Dom targets members of the public the length and breadth of Great Britain... they're not even safe on holiday.

From our confusion with modern rules, our passion for queuing or our inability to complain, Dom's colourful array of characters set to shock, surprise and shine a light on the comedy state of the nation.

Series 2 stunts include a butcher who discovers he has just accidentally catered to a party of vegetarians, and a bridesmaid who realises she will be attending the wedding from hell, courtesy of her own sister.

Other tricks up Dom's sleeve include a talking Doner Kebab, a Bouncer training up his 10 year old son on the job, and the Asbo Vicar.

Production Details

Production company
Laugh track
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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Saturday 1st September 2012 on ITV at 6:55pm
Last new broadcast
Saturday 9th November 2013 on ITV at 6:30pm
Length of episodes
30 minutes
Last repeat
Monday 23rd February 2015 at 12:50am on ITV2