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Limmy's Show!. Brian Limond. Copyright: The Comedy Unit
Limmy's Show!

Limmy's Show!

  • TV sketch show
  • BBC Two Scotland / BBC Three
  • 2009 - 2013
  • 20 episodes (3 series)

Internet sensation Limmy makes the jump to television in a sketch comedy series for BBC Scotland. Stars Brian Limond, Debbie Welsh, Tom Brogan, Raymond Mearns, Paul McCole and more.

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Series 3, Episode 1

Psychic medium Raymond Day brings a family together with info from beyond the grave, Jacqueline McCafferty gets competitive at a self-help group, and Dee Dee allows his curiosity about a parcel to get the better of him.

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Limmy's Show!. Brian Limond. Copyright: The Comedy Unit

In episode one, the nation's favourite phone-in host 'Falconhoof' is back and he's got one very thirsty caller to deal with on 'Adventurecall'; dark-hearted psychic medium Raymond Day brings more distressing news to his 'Paraside' audience members; zoned-out waster Dee receives a special delivery; and we catch up with the lovable ex-junkie with the chip on her shoulder, Jacqueline junkie with the chip on her shoulder, Jacqueline McCafferty, at her a therapy group.

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 12th November 2012
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two Scotland
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Cast
Brian Limond Various
Paul McCole Ensemble Actor
Kirstin McLean Ensemble Actor
Alan McHugh Ensemble Actor
Writing team
Brian Limond Writer
Production team
Brian Limond Director
Jacqueline Sinclair Producer
Ewan Angus Executive Producer
Rab Christie Executive Producer
Walter J. Grant Editor
Steven Mochrie Editor
Graham Rose Production Designer

Videos

Pretty Annoying

Limmy gets annoying in the park.

Featuring: Brian Limond.

Helpline

Limmy phones an action helpline.

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Brian Limond.

Joining in

Limmy waits for his roll and chips.

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Brian Limond, Paul McCole & Kirstin McLean.

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