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The Rob Brydon Show

The Rob Brydon Show

  • TV chat show
  • BBC Two
  • 2010 - 2012
  • 21 episodes (3 series)

Entertainment show fronted by Rob Brydon. Features stand-up from the host and a guest comedian. Stars Rob Brydon.


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Series 2 - The Rob Brydon Show Christmas Special

Noel Fielding, Sarah Harding, Rhys Darby and Angelos Epithemiou join Rob for some egg nog and festive cheer.

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Comedian Noel Fielding, Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding, Kiwi comedian and star of Flight of the Conchords, Rhys Darby, and Shooting Stars's very own Angelos Epithemiou come over for egg nog and festive cheer. There is also music from Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos and stand-up comedy from Charlie Baker, winner of Let's Dance for Comic Relief 2011.

Broadcast details

Monday 19th December 2011
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Rob Brydon Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Noel Fielding Guest
Sarah Harding Guest
Rhys Darby Guest
Dan Skinner (as Angelos Epithemiou) Guest
Charlie Baker Guest
Writing team
Rob Brydon Writer
Andy Milligan Writer (Additional Material)
David Quantick Writer (Additional Material)
Paul Hawksbee Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Tim Van Someren Director
David Morley (as Dave Morley) Series Editor
James Longman Producer
Miles Ross Executive Producer
Ruby Kuraishe Executive Producer
Graham Barker Editor
Dominic Tolfts Production Designer
Lawrence Oakley Composer
Piers Moth Composer


Angelos Epithemiou backstage

Angelos Epithemiou talks backstage about the recording of the show, his relationship with Sarah Harding and gives viewers at home a festive message.

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Angelos Epithemiou.

Angelos isn't Pleased to See Sarah Harding

Angelos isn't pleased to see Sarah Harding, and wants her to keep a safe distance.

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Rob Brydon, Sarah Harding & Angelos Epithemiou.

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