The Stephen K Amos Show. Stephen K Amos. Copyright: BBC.

The Stephen K Amos Show

BBC Two stand-up / sketch show. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2010. Stars Stephen K Amos, Vicki Hopps, Eddie Kadi and Rosalyn Wright.

Series 1, Episode 4

This week pop superstar Robbie Williams reveals his long-standing professional relationship with stunt man Paul Hammer (Stephen K Amos): Stephen's cousin Kunle makes a surprise appearance and Stephen shares his views on West End talent shows. With guests Nick Mohammed and Isy Suttie.

Further details

The Stephen K Amos Show. Stephen K Amos. Copyright: BBC.

Pop superstar Robbie Williams reveals his long-standing professional relationship with stuntman extraordinaire Paul "The Hammer" Preston. Viewers learn that not only did Paul double for Robbie in one of his videos but he also occasionally used to take his place performing one of his most famous songs...

Stephen makes his weekly video call home to his mum, Buki and viewers meet his cousin, Kunle, who reveals that declaring to immigration at the airport that he was in the UK to find a wife caused him more trouble than expected, but he hasn't let the rubber gloves and questions deter him.

Stephen also shares his views on West End shows and Eddie the chauffeur drops off this week's special guests Mary Westernburger (Isy Suttie) and Cordielliai Grimes (Nick Mohammed).

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 26th November 2010
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Stephen K Amos Host / Presenter
    Eddie Kadi Ensemble Actor
    Guest cast
    Nick Mohammed Cordielliai Grimes
    Isy Suttie Mary Westenberger
    Robbie Williams Self
    Marlon Davis Ensemble Actor
    Dan Mersh Ensemble Actor
    Lizzie Roper Ensemble Actor
    Kojo Mante Ensemble Actor
    Alex Kramer Ensemble Actor
    Josie D'Arby Ensemble Actor
    Mathew Baynton (as Matthew Baynton) Ensemble Actor
    Matt Earley Ensemble Actor
    Writing team
    Stephen K Amos Writer
    Steve Parry (as Steven Parry) Writer
    Ivor Baddiel Writer
    Hugh Sington Writer
    Juliet Stephens Script Editor
    Adam Bloom Writer
    Alistair Barrie Writer
    Shannon Diett Writer (Additional Material)
    Les Keen Writer (Additional Material)
    Andy Siddons Writer (Additional Material)
    Ian Skelton Writer (Additional Material)
    Henry White Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Jonathan Bullen Director
    Iain Titterington Director
    Keiren O'Brien Director
    Simon London Producer
    George Sawyer Producer
    Jo Sargent Executive Producer
    Graham Barker Editor
    Joshua Grace Production Designer
    Ben Hales Composer
    Jason Tarver Composer
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