My Funniest Year. Copyright: Twofour
My Funniest Year

My Funniest Year

  • TV stand-up
  • Channel 4
  • 2010 - 2011
  • 4 episodes (1 series)

Stand-up show in which a comedian look backs on a year, with video clips. Hosted by Rufus Hound, Jack Whitehall, Al Murray and Chris Addison. Stars Rufus Hound, Jack Whitehall, Al Murray and Chris Addison.

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Series 1, Episode 1 - Jack Whitehall: 2005

Young comic talent Jack Whitehall, who is now starring in Channel 4's brand new drama Fresh Meat, takes to the stage of Hackney Empire and reflects on My Funniest Year, 2005.

Further details

My Funniest Year. Jack Whitehall. Copyright: Twofour

Jack chooses 2005 because for him it was a momentous year - the year he turned 17, left school, and lost his virginity in Antony Worrall Thompson's gastro pub.

There was also Live 8, the hunting ban, the introduction of 24 hour drinking and the launch of YouTube.

My Funniest Year is a comic journey rich in belly laughs from beginning to end as Jack gives his unique take on the events that shaped the year and his own life

Jack also takes a pop at noteworthy TV shows of the year, including the launch of Come Dine With Me, and delves into the public reaction to the celebrity weddings of Prince Charles and Camilla, Peter Andre and Jordan, and Ken and Deirdre in Coronation Street.

Broadcast details

Friday 23rd September 2011
Channel 4
120 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Thursday 29th December 2011 10:00pm E4
Monday 4th March 2013 1:05am C4

Cast & crew

Jack Whitehall Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Chico Guest
Michael Vaughan Guest
Andrew Flintoff Guest
Writing team
Jack Whitehall Writer
Aiden Spackman Writer (Additional Material)
Dan Swimer Writer (Additional Material)
Freddy Syborn Writer (Additional Material)
Pete Johansson Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Geraldine Dowd (as Geri Dowd) Director
Paul Young Producer
Francesca Palmer Producer
Cameron Banks Producer
Andrew Mackenzie-Betty (as Andrew Mackenzie) Executive Producer
James Curry Editor
Justin James Editor
Roy Williams Editor
Richard Drew Production Designer
Bob Bradley Composer

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