The Matt Lucas Awards. Matt Lucas. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

The Matt Lucas Awards

BBC One panel show. 15 episodes (2 series), 2012 - 2013. Stars Matt Lucas, Diana Lobatto and David Arnold.

Series 1

The Matt Lucas Awards. Image shows from L to R: Matt Lucas, Henning Wehn, Jason Manford. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Tuesday 10th April 2012

Matt Lucas is the host of his own awards ceremony, with nominations provided by guests comedian Jason Manford; former Goodie, Graeme Garden; and German stand-up Henning Wehn.

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The Matt Lucas Awards. Image shows from L to R: Marc Wootton, Sue Perkins, Richard Madeley. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Tuesday 17th April 2012

The nominations this week are provided by presenter Richard Madeley, broadcaster Sue Perkins and actor Marc Wootton.

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The Matt Lucas Awards. Louis Walsh. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Tuesday 24th April 2012

The nominations this week are provided by Professor Germaine Greer, presenter Clive Anderson and X Factor judge Louis Walsh.

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The Matt Lucas Awards. Image shows from L to R: Johnny Vegas, Esther Rantzen, Chris Tarrant. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Tuesday 1st May 2012

Esther Rantzen, Chris Tarrant and Johnny Vegas provide the nominations this week.

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The Matt Lucas Awards. Maureen Lipman. Copyright: John Stanley Productions / BBC.

5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Tuesday 8th May 2012

Matt Lucas once more hosts his own awards ceremony - the Lucases - with the nominations provided by actress Maureen Lipman, comedian Julian Clary and stand-up Alex Horne.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Tuesday 15th May 2012

The guests in this sixth episode are Griff Rhys Jones, Ruth Jones and David Baddiel.

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Highlights Special

First broadcast: Tuesday 22nd May 2012

Matt Lucas presents all his favourite bits from his very own awards ceremony - the impeccably-titled 'Lucases' - that recognises the achievements other shows overlook.

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