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Frankie Boyle's New World Order

Frankie Boyle's New World Order

  • TV chat show
  • BBC Two
  • 2017 - 2021
  • 33 episodes (5 series)

Topical comedy show presented by Frankie Boyle. Also features Sara Pascoe, Katherine Ryan, Miles Jupp, Mona Chalabi, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and more.

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Frankie Boyle's 2017 New World Order

Frankie Boyle looks back at 2017. The programme will feature Frankie at his brilliant, satirical best with stand-up, review and discussion - all in an attempt to make mincemeat of the last 12 months.

Further details

Motion - 2017 is the year no one will look back on fondly, because we'll all be dead.

Broadcast details

Friday 29th December 2017
30 minutes
  • Tuesday 19th December 2017, 18:45 at The London Studios


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Tuesday 2nd January 2018 12:10am BBC2
Wednesday 1st January 2020 11:30pm BBC2

Cast & crew

Frankie Boyle Host / Presenter
Sara Pascoe Regular Panellist
Katherine Ryan Regular Panellist
Miles Jupp Regular Panellist
Mona Chalabi Regular Panellist
Writing team
Frankie Boyle Writer
Dan Evans Writer (Additional Material)
James Farmer Writer (Additional Material)
Shaun Pye Writer (Additional Material)
Christine Rose Writer (Additional Material)
Aiden Spackman Writer (Additional Material)
Neil Webster Writer (Additional Material)
Charlie Skelton Script Editor
Ben Caudell Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Barbara Wiltshire Director
Tom Baker Producer
Peter Holmes Executive Producer
Ruth Phillips Executive Producer
Richard Cohen Executive Producer
Jodie Krstic Series Producer
Matt Hulme (as Matthew Hulme) Producer
Kate Daughton Executive Producer
Ben Chambers Editor
Michael Marden Editor
Jon Blow Editor
Ben Heather Editor
Alex Craig Production Designer


The first run of Boyle's studio-bound current affairs vehicle coincided with the shock of the general election and the horror of Grenfell Tower and saw the abrasive Glaswegian catching the zeitgeist to impressive effect. He'll have plenty to chew on in this end-of-year roundup; given the absence of Charlie Brooker from this year's Christmas schedules, this is your best bet for a sceptical, scabrous take on another troubling political year.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 29th December 2017

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