Series 3, Episode 2
Albert Square favourite Danny Dyer hands over his phone in celebrity Send To All, and there's a very special appearance from Gary Barlow. Plus there's music from Grammy Award winners Clean Bandit and stand-up comedy from Russell Kane.
There will also be unmissable new comedy material from Michael himself and one unsuspecting member of the public will get the surprise of their life when they become the Unexpected Star Of The Show.
- Saturday 25th November 2017
- BBC One
- 60 minutes
Show past repeats
|Monday 27th November 2017||11:30pm||BBC1|
|Monday 27th November 2017||11:55pm||BBC1 Wales|
|Friday 18th October 2019||9:00pm||Comedy Central|
|Saturday 9th May 2020||8:00pm||Comedy Central|
|Sunday 10th May 2020||1:00am||CC Extra|
|Monday 18th January 2021||3:00am||Comedy Central|
|Monday 18th January 2021||10:00am||Comedy Central|
|Saturday 7th August 2021||11:50am||5Star|
|Thursday 11th November 2021||11:00pm||Comedy Central|
|Thursday 18th November 2021||11:00pm||Comedy Central|
|Thursday 9th June 2022||9:00pm||Comedy Central|
Cast & crew
|Michael McIntyre||Host / Presenter|
|Henry Paker||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Christian Fletcher||Series Producer|
|Dan Baldwin||Executive Producer|
|Rachel Ashdown||Executive Producer|
|Claire Horton||Executive Producer|
|Claire Nash||Edit Producer|
|Clara Marshall||Edit Producer|
|Lucy Metcalfe||Edit Producer|
|Adrian Pegg||Line Producer|
|Ben Bacon||Strand Producer|
|Juliet Denison||Creative Director|
|Dominic Tolfts||Production Designer|
|Dave Davey||Lighting Designer|
|Juliet Russell||Vocal Coach|
|Robert Edwards||Sound Designer|
Danny Dyer hands over his phone to Michael McIntyre for a game of Send To All.
Michael surprises a first time karaoke singer and welcomes a surprise guest to duet with her.
Unexpected Star Anush looks back on an unforgettable weekend.
Featuring: Anush Hydros.
This week on McIntyre's Big Show, Danny "197th in line to the throne" Dyer allows the liberal use of his phone in the Send to All segment, while Gary Barlow - having chosen a truly unforgivable suit jacket for the occasion - takes to the stage to publicly embarrass a group of unsuspecting folk with a Take That karaoke skit that goes on for just a bit too long. If all that wasn't sufficient deterrent, there's Russell Kane.Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 25th November 2017