Shooting Stars. Image shows from L to R: Bob Mortimer, Ulrika Jonsson, Vic Reeves. Copyright: Channel X / Pett Productions.

Shooting Stars

BBC Two panel show. 73 episodes (pilot + 8 series), 1993 - 2011. Stars Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Ulrika Jonsson, Mark Lamarr, Will Self, Jack Dee, Johnny Vegas and others.

Series 6, Episode 3

On Jack's team tonight is TV presenter Julia Bradbury and comedy actor Martin Freeman, while Ulrika welcomes Hollywood movie star Paddy Considine and, once again, politely puts up with her regular guest, burger van owner Angelos Epithemiou.

Further details

Tonight, Vic and Bob present their own special tribute to classical rock act Escala; George Dawes sings a song all about kissing; and a 10ft shoe-hungry Andrew Lloyd Webber is force-fed during the final challenge.

Broadcast details

Wednesday 9th September 2009
30 minutes


    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Vic Reeves Host / Presenter
    Bob Mortimer Host / Presenter
    Ulrika Jonsson Team Captain
    Jack Dee Team Captain
    Matt Lucas George Dawes
    Dan Skinner Angelos Epithemiou
    Guest cast
    Julia Bradbury Guest
    Martin Freeman Guest
    Paddy Considine Guest
    Tony Way Baby
    Writing team
    Vic Reeves Writer
    Bob Mortimer Writer
    Production team
    Ian Trill Director
    Lisa Clark Producer
    Katie Taylor Executive Producer
    Charlie Phillips Editor
    Jane Tomblin Production Designer
    Pete Baikie (as Peter Baikie) Composer
    Dan McGrath Composer
    Josh Phillips Composer
    Nico Tatarowicz Announcer


    Vic's Baby

    Vic gives birth.

    Featuring: Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer.

    Escala Tribute

    Vic and Bob do a tribute to classical rockers Escala.

    Featuring: Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer.


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