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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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Series 3, Episode 1

Frankie Boyle's New World Order. Image shows from L to R: Sara Pascoe, Lucy Prebble, Frankie Boyle, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jason Williamson. Copyright: Zeppotron
Tonight's guests include Sara Pascoe, Lucy Prebble and Kiri Pritchard-McLean, discussing Brexit and the EU.

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Further details

Motion - Brexit - Something something. The EU something something. Probably.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 29th March 2019
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes
Recorded
  • Wednesday 27th March 2019, 18:45 at The Hospital Club

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Sunday 31st March 2019 11:00pm BBC2

Cast & crew

Cast
Frankie Boyle Host / Presenter
Sara Pascoe Regular Panellist
Kiri Pritchard-McLean Regular Panellist
Guest cast
Lucy Prebble Guest
Jason Williamson Guest
Writing team
Frankie Boyle Writer
Ben Caudell Writer
Dan Evans Writer
James Farmer Writer
Christine Rose Writer
Aiden Spackman Writer
Neil Webster Writer
Meryl O'Rourke Writer
Steven Dick Writer
James Kettle Writer
Charlie Skelton Script Editor
Sarah Campbell Writer
Kat Sadler Writer
Glenn Wool Writer
Production team
Barbara Wiltshire Director
Christopher Barbour Series Producer
Stephanie Kemp Producer
Peter Holmes Executive Producer
Ruth Phillips Executive Producer
Alex Moody Executive Producer
Ben Chambers Editor
Jamie Shemeld Editor
Del Shoebridge Editor
Alex Craig Production Designer
Gurdip Mahal Lighting Designer
Max Conwell Lighting Designer

Video

Frankie Boyle on Brexit

Frankie Boyle on the topic of Brexit.

Featuring: Frankie Boyle.

Press

Timed to coincide with the UK's lurch into uncharted territory, courtesy of Article 50 (although an extension remains a distinct possibility at the time of writing), the acerbic comedian returns for a new series that sees him try to make sense of the chaos surrounding Brexit.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 29th March 2019

TV's most splenetic satirical show returns to pour scorn on that disreputable lot in the Commons. Brexit, inevitably, is set to dominate, but expect a withering dissection of whatever nonsense scandal has bubbled up after we've gone to print as well.

The Guardian, 22nd March 2019

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