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

Sorry, I've Got No Head

CBBC and BBC One sketch show with well-known stars. 39 episodes (3 series), 2008 - 2011. Stars David Armand, James Bachman, Marcus Brigstocke, Anna Crilly and others.

Series 2

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Friday 9th October 2009

Jasmine and Prudith go 10-pin bowling; Timmy's mum comes up with another madcap invention to try to beat the school run; the Fearsome Vikings try some magic tricks; and Ross prepares for the school bring-and-buy sale on North Barrasay.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Friday 16th October 2009

In North Barrasay, Ross reveals his latest science project about climate change; Jasmine and Prudith take a ride on public transport and decide a bus journey will cost £1,000; Timmy's mum tries to find another enterprising way to beat the school run; and the noisy knights invigilate an exam.

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3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Friday 23rd October 2009

Fearless Harry Bolds tackles his latest dangerous activity, armed with shoddy equipment he has paid a packet for; Emily and Monty try to hit the big time yet again and attempt another audition; and the helpful bees lend a hand in the kitchen.

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4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Friday 30th October 2009

A 40-year-old French Exchange student has outstayed his welcome, and there's also a failed attempt to break yet another World Record, with members of the elusive and secretive Deer Club taking on a rival gang.

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5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Friday 6th November 2009

Athletic zombies and a disconcerting dinner lady feature in this week's episode. In addition, museum curators Mr Faraway and Mr Elevenses reveal more wonders at the Museum Of Imagination. And it is prize-giving time on North Barrasay and the snowman decides to take a holiday.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Friday 13th November 2009

Rex Dynamo celebrates his latest computer game trophy and viewers meet the "Hot or Not" girls for the first time.

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7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Friday 20th November 2009

Art exhibitions, cross country runs, world record attempts and a trip to the Museum Of The Imagination are among the many attractions in this week's compilation of comedy sketches.

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8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Friday 27th November 2009

The dreaded dinner lady serves up another weighty helping in the canteen; the blueberry cook tries a spot of decorating; there is another tantalising spread on offer at the party buffet.

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9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Friday 4th December 2009

After unsuccessfully attending 17,000 auditions, it looks like Emily and Monty's luck is about to change. They attend an audition for a show that is literally 'made for them'.

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10. Episode Ten

First broadcast: Friday 11th December 2009

The fearsome Vikings set up a lending library and Jasmine and Prudith find out the cost of pick 'n' mix in this week's helping of comedy sketches for the whole family.

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11. Episode Eleven

First broadcast: Friday 18th December 2009

The dangerous dinner lady dishes up a selection of unpalatable dishes at the canteen, and Jasmine and Prudith try a cappuccino.

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12. Episode Twelve

First broadcast: Friday 25th December 2009

Series two of the irreverent sketch show continues, featuring a cast including Marcus Brigstocke, Mel Giedroyc, Anna Crilly and Justin Edwards. Tammy messes up her cousin's wedding, the Deer Club hold their annual conference, and Headless Bill turns his talents to the tennis court.

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Special: Episode Thirteen

First broadcast: Friday 1st January 2010

Special edition of the irreverent children's comedy sketch show, containing a mix of new sketches, outtakes and favourite sketches from the series.

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