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Harry Hill's Tea Time

Harry Hill's Tea Time

  • TV chat show / sketch show
  • Sky One
  • 2016 - 2018
  • 16 episodes (2 series)

Chat and spoof-cooking show, hosted by Harry Hill. Also features Charlie Baker, Tom Davis, Mark Maier, Bernadette Dawson, Sharon Melville and more.

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Series 1, Episode 7 - Joey Essex

Harry Hill's Tea Time. Image shows from L to R: Joey Essex, Harry Hill. Copyright: Nit TV
Reality star Joey Essex joins Harry in the kitchen to create a madcap menu consisting of savoury envelopes, a crispbread house and a sweetcorn Elmo.

Broadcast details

Sunday 27th November 2016
Sky One
30 minutes
  • Wednesday 8th June 2016, 19:00 at Sky Studios


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Monday 28th November 2016 12:00am Sky2
Monday 28th November 2016 8:00pm Sky2
Friday 2nd December 2016 8:00pm Sky1
Saturday 3rd December 2016 4:00pm Sky1
Sunday 25th December 2016 7:30am Sky1

Cast & crew

Harry Hill Host / Presenter
Charlie Baker Trevor Modo
Bernadette Dawson (as The Delia Smiths) Musical Performer
Sharon Melville (as The Delia Smiths) Musical Performer
Heather Tracy (as The Delia Smiths) Musical Performer
Guest cast
Joey Essex Guest
Writing team
Harry Hill Writer
Paul Hawksbee Writer (Additional Material)
Dan Maier (as Daniel Maier) Writer (Additional Material)
John Kearns Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Geraldine Dowd Director
Russell Balkind Series Producer
Alan Thorpe Producer
Mobashir Dar Executive Producer
Murray Boland Executive Producer
Danielle Lux Executive Producer
Richard Ackerman Executive Producer
Harry Hill Executive Producer
Adrian Brindle Editor
Julien Wilcock Editor
Steve Nayler Editor
Harry Banks Production Designer
Leah Archer Costume Designer
Vanessa White Make-up Designer
Martin Kempton Lighting Designer
Steve Brown Musical Director
Dave Whyte Graphics
Steve Green Graphics


This week, Harry invites an often bemused but nonetheless game Joey Essex on to his teatime show, to embrace a children's theme. The pair make savoury envelopes using popular crisp brands (an exercise that betrays Joey's unfamiliarity with the inner workings of the post office); a series of chocolate crispy Unesco world heritage sites; and a replica of Sesame Street's Elmo from sweetcorn, paint, Solvite and scotch eggs. It is, as ever, a delight.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 27th November 2016

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