Sorry, I've Got No Head. Marek Larwood. Copyright: So Television
Sorry, I've Got No Head

Sorry, I've Got No Head

  • TV sketch show
  • CBBC / BBC One / BBC Two
  • 2008 - 2011
  • 39 episodes (3 series)

A hit comedy sketch show for CBBC written by and starring a host of well-known comedy names. Stars David Armand, James Bachman, Marcus Brigstocke, Anna Crilly, Justin Edwards and more.

Sorry, I've Got No Head. Image shows from L to R: Mark Evans, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Anna Crilly, Mel Giedroyc, James Bachman, Fergus Craig, William Andrews. Copyright: So Television

Key details

Genre
Sketch Show
Broadcast
2008 - 2011
Channels
CBBC, BBC One, BBC Two
Episodes
39 (3 series)
Creator
Jeremy Salsby
Stars
David Armand, James Bachman, Marcus Brigstocke, Anna Crilly, Justin Edwards, Mel Giedroyc, Marek Larwood, Nick Mohammed and more
Writers
Toby Davies, Justin Edwards, Mark Evans, David Armand, Chris Reddy, Moray Hunter, Marek Larwood, James Bachman and more
Director
Ian Curtis
Producers
Tom Miller, Jeremy Salsby, Melissa Hardinge and Graham Stuart
Companies

Sorry, I've Got No Head is a fast-paced and irreverent "grown-up" sketch show for children, in which all the roles are played by adults.

Favourites include Jasmine and Prudith, who think everything will cost "a thousand pounds"; the Fearless Vikings, who are scared of everything; and Ross from the Outer Hebrides, who has the dubious distinction of being the only pupil in a school with just one teacher.

New characters for Series 2 included Embarrassed Louise, who struggles to deal with an unusual problem; an angry Snowman, who battles for equality in everyday life; and a sitcom featuring a family of dung beetles.

New characters in Series 3 included Colin and Malcolm, the airline trolley dollies who can't stop eating and Tony, who lives down the back of a sofa.

Additional details

Also known as
  • SIGNH (Acronym)
Production
Location
Camera set-up
Single camera
Picture
Colour

Website links

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Friday 27th June 2008 at 4:55pm on BBC Two
Last new broadcast
Friday 12th August 2011 at 5pm on CBBC
Most recent repeats

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