I Love My Country. Image shows from L to R: Frank Skinner, Gabby Logan, Micky Flanagan. Copyright: Avalon Television / Talpa
I Love My Country

I Love My Country

  • TV panel show
  • BBC One
  • 2013
  • 8 episodes (1 series)

Saturday night entertainment show based on knowledge of the United Kingdom, hosted by Gaby Logan. Stars Gabby Logan, Micky Flanagan, Frank Skinner and Jamelia.

Key details

Genre
Panel Show
Broadcast
2013
Channels
BBC One
Episodes
8 (1 series)
Stars
Gabby Logan, Micky Flanagan, Frank Skinner and Jamelia
Writers
Steve Parry and Steve Williams
Director
Peter Orton
Producers
Spencer Millman, Richard Allen-Turner, Jon Thoday, Toby Stevens, John De Mol and Alan Tyler
Companies

How well do you know your country?

I Love My Country will see two teams of well-known British faces from the worlds of sport, entertainment and music, led by Frank Skinner and Micky Flanagan, battle it out in a contest of who knows the United Kingdom best. The show will also feature live music courtesy of a house band fronted by multi-MOBO Award winning singer-songwriter, Jamelia.

With Gaby Logan as host, practically anything could happen: so how prepared are you?

The guest list will include Chris Packham, Paul Hollywood, Rita Simons, Alex Jones, Tinchy Stryder, Rachel Riley, Larry Lamb, Len Goodman, Christine Bleakley, Mel C, Jonnie Peacock , Martin Kemp, Tina Hobley, Steve Backshall, Natalie Cassidy, Dougie Poynter, Kelly Holmes, Eamonn Holmes, Robbie Savage, Michael Ball, Billy Boyd, Sally Lindsay, Greg Rutherford, Susanna Reid, James Martin, Tom Ellis, Helen George, Louis Smith, Kate Humble, Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen, Edith Bowman, Dan Walker, Tyger Drew Honey, Rebecca Adlington, Duncan Bannatyne, Sara Cox, Alfie Boe and Ashley Banjo.

Additional details

Production
Studio
Picture
Colour
Soundtrack
House band lead by singer Jamelia Davis: Jon Atkinson, Mim Grey, Chris Madin, Tim Maple, Howard McGill, Pablo Mendelssohn and Phil Mulford.

Website links

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Saturday 3rd August 2013 at 7:30pm on BBC One
Last new broadcast
Saturday 28th September 2013 at 5:30pm on BBC One

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