Harry Hill's Tea Time. Harry Hill. Copyright: Nit TV
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 2, Episode 1 - Sir Trevor McDonald

Harry Hill's Tea Time. Image shows from L to R: Trevor McDonald, Harry Hill. Copyright: Nit TV
Broadcasting legend Sir Trevor McDonald is first to brave the bedlam in Series 2. Expect the unexpected as he sings the show out with Harry and showcases his sausage-making skills.

Broadcast details

Tuesday 2nd January 2018
Sky One
30 minutes
  • Wednesday 14th June 2017, 19:00 at Sky Studios ( Sir Trevor McDonald )


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Tuesday 2nd January 2018 11:30pm Sky2
Wednesday 3rd January 2018 8:30pm Sky2
Saturday 6th January 2018 6:00pm Sky1

Cast & crew

Harry Hill Host / Presenter
Charlie Baker Trevor Modo
Sharon Melville (as The Delia Smiths) Band
Heather Tracy (as The Delia Smiths) Band
Elisa Molisso (as The Delia Smiths) Band
Guest cast
Trevor McDonald (as Sir Trevor McDonald) Guest
Mark Maier Ensemble Actor
Writing team
Harry Hill Writer
Paul Hawksbee Writer (Additional Material)
Dan Maier (as Daniel Maier) Writer (Additional Material)
Matthew Crosby Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Geraldine Dowd Director
Alan Thorpe Series Producer
Hannah Duncombe Producer
Mobashir Dar Executive Producer
Murray Boland Executive Producer
Danielle Lux Executive Producer
Harry Hill Executive Producer
Marvyn Benoit Executive Producer
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


The series spoofing cookery shows returns with the "first knight of news", Sir Trevor McDonald, taking his turn. It's a prelude to host Harry Hill asking McDonald to do silly things and the former news anchor gamely obliging, showing how he can disappear ("I mustn't misuse these magic powers"), singing and discussing the merits of the coffee machine-inspired Sospresso. The lightest of comedies imaginable, but no less fun for that.

Jonathan Wright, The Guardian, 2nd January 2018

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