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Live At The Apollo

Live At The Apollo

  • TV stand-up
  • BBC Two / BBC One
  • 2004 - 2023
  • 119 episodes (18 series)

Stand-up comedy performances from London's Hammersmith Apollo, by the biggest acts on the circuit. Stars Jack Dee.

  • Due to return for Series 19
  • Series 12, Episode 3 repeated at 10:20pm on Gold
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Jack Dee Live At The Apollo Series 2, Episode 1 - Lee Mack

Jack Dee introduces The Sketch Show's Lee Mack, whose routine touches on driving tests and the trade secrets of Freddie Mercury and Stevie Wonder.

Further details

Jack Dee returns to present another series of performances by some of his favourite stand-up acts. Jack vents his spleen in the direction of the postal service, directory enquiries, mountain rescue and the AA before introducing The Sketch Show's Lee Mack, whose routine touches on driving tests and the trade secrets of Freddie Mercury and Stevie Wonder.

Broadcast details

Monday 12th September 2005
45 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Tuesday 2nd June 2009 10:00pm Dave
Thursday 20th August 2009 9:40pm Dave
Saturday 12th September 2009 11:05pm BBC3
Friday 20th May 2011 9:00pm Comedy Central
Friday 20th May 2011 11:30pm Comedy Central
Wednesday 25th May 2011 10:30pm Comedy Central
Thursday 26th May 2011 9:00pm Comedy Central
Monday 20th June 2011 10:20pm Comedy Central
Tuesday 21st June 2011 9:00pm Comedy Central
Monday 28th November 2011 9:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 29th November 2011 12:50am CC Extra
Friday 27th April 2012 11:00pm Comedy Central
Saturday 28th April 2012 9:00pm Comedy Central
Thursday 5th July 2012 10:00pm Comedy Central
Friday 6th July 2012 9:00pm Comedy Central
Wednesday 17th October 2012 11:00pm Comedy Central
Thursday 18th October 2012 9:00pm Comedy Central
Saturday 26th January 2013 11:35pm Comedy Central
Saturday 2nd March 2013 10:20pm Comedy Central
Monday 2nd September 2013 9:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 3rd September 2013 1:45am CC Extra
Monday 10th November 2014 11:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 11th November 2014 1:05am CC Extra
Monday 26th January 2015 9:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 27th January 2015 12:00am CC Extra
Monday 23rd March 2015 9:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 24th March 2015 12:00am CC Extra
Tuesday 14th July 2015 12:00am CC Extra
Tuesday 14th July 2015 9:00pm CC Extra
Sunday 14th February 2016 1:00am CC Extra
Monday 6th November 2017 10:25pm Gold
Wednesday 3rd January 2018 10:00pm Gold
Thursday 4th January 2018 12:50am Gold
Tuesday 3rd April 2018 11:50pm Gold
Wednesday 4th April 2018 3:05am Gold
Wednesday 9th May 2018 11:20pm Gold
Thursday 10th May 2018 1:35am Gold
Wednesday 13th June 2018 1:00am Gold
Thursday 14th June 2018 12:40am Gold
Thursday 30th September 2021 9:00pm Comedy Central
Wednesday 6th October 2021 2:05am CC Extra
Wednesday 6th October 2021 11:00pm Comedy Central
Friday 22nd October 2021 10:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 26th October 2021 2:00am CC Extra
Monday 25th April 2022 9:00pm Comedy Central
Wednesday 27th April 2022 12:00am Comedy Central
Saturday 30th April 2022 12:05am Comedy Central
Monday 2nd May 2022 2:00am CC Extra
Friday 9th September 2022 10:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 13th September 2022 2:00am CC Extra
Sunday 8th January 2023 1:00am CC Extra
Wednesday 11th January 2023 12:00am CC Extra
Friday 13th January 2023 3:05am CC Extra
Wednesday 5th April 2023 11:30pm Comedy Central
Tuesday 11th April 2023 2:00am CC Extra
Sunday 16th April 2023 2:30am CC Extra

Cast & crew

Jack Dee Host / Presenter
Patrick Allen Announcer
Guest cast
Lee Mack Guest
Writing team
Jack Dee Writer
Jim Pullin Writer (Additional Material)
Pete Sinclair Writer (Additional Material)
Fraser Steele Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Paul Wheeler Director
Alex Hardcastle Series Producer
Jonathan Beazley Executive Producer
Addison Cresswell Executive Producer
Joe Norris Executive Producer
Steve Andrews Editor
Ian Birchall Editor
Colin Pigott Production Designer

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