Mock The Week. Image shows from L to R: Hugh Dennis, Dara O Briain
Mock The Week

Mock The Week

  • TV panel show
  • BBC Two
  • 2005 - 2022
  • 212 episodes (21 series)

Topical panel show taking a satirical look at the week's news. Hosted by Dara O Briain with regular player Hugh Dennis. Also features Andy Parsons, Frankie Boyle, Russell Howard, Rory Bremner and Chris Addison

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Series 20, Episode 8

Mock The Week. Image shows from L to R: Angela Barnes, Hugh Dennis, Glenn Moore, Dara O Briain, Ahir Shah, Sarah Keyworth, Ed Byrne
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on world events from the last seven days in the company of guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Sarah Keyworth, Glenn Moore and Ahir Shah.

Broadcast details

Thursday 11th November 2021
30 minutes
  • Tuesday 9th November 2021, 18:15 at Elstree Film Studios


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Wednesday 13th July 2022 10:00pm BBC2
Friday 22nd July 2022 10:00pm Dave
Thursday 10th November 2022 12:00am Dave
Friday 23rd December 2022 12:40am Dave
Sunday 29th January 2023 10:00pm Dave
Tuesday 28th February 2023 12:00am Dave
Friday 2nd June 2023 12:00am Dave
Saturday 16th September 2023 12:00am Dave
Saturday 16th September 2023 10:00pm Dave
Monday 27th November 2023 12:40am Dave
Thursday 7th December 2023 10:00pm BBC2

Cast & crew

Dara O Briain Host / Presenter
Hugh Dennis Regular Panellist
Guest cast
Ed Byrne Guest
Angela Barnes Guest
Glenn Moore Guest
Ahir Shah Guest
Sarah Keyworth Guest
Writing team
Simon Bullivant Writer (Additional Material)
Rob Colley Writer (Additional Material)
Dan Gaster Writer (Additional Material)
Ged Parsons Writer (Additional Material)
Steve Punt Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Geraldine Dowd Director
Dan Patterson Series Producer
Ewan Phillips Producer
Chris Young Producer
Jed Leventhall Executive Producer
Fiona Frankland Line Producer
Louis Patterson Associate Producer
Alex Rose Associate Producer
Miriam Kendler Associate Producer
Emily Ringe Associate Producer
Mykola Pawluk Editor
Richard Halladay (as Richard Halladey) Editor
Jonathan Paul Green Production Designer
Karen Jackson Costume Designer
Suzie Narden Make-up Designer
Will Charles Lighting Designer

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