You Cannot Be Serious!. Alistair McGowan. Copyright: Avalon Television.

You Cannot Be Serious!

ITV sketch show about sport. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2012. Stars Alistair McGowan.

Series 1, Episode 4

Alistair McGowan presents a side-splitting take on the biggest, best and most talked-about sporting events of the last seven days.

Broadcast details

Saturday 23rd June 2012
30 minutes


    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Alistair McGowan Host / Presenter
    Guest cast
    Philip Cox Self
    Giles Davies Self
    Charlotte Page Self
    Simone Sauphanor Self
    Oliver White Self
    Moto Yamamoto Self
    Writing team
    Alistair McGowan Writer
    Andrew Dawson (as Dawson Bros) Writer (Additional Material)
    Steve Dawson (as Dawson Bros) Writer (Additional Material)
    Tim Inman (as Dawson Bros) Writer (Additional Material)
    Laurence Howarth Writer (Additional Material)
    Phil Kerr Writer (Additional Material)
    Dave Lamb Writer (Additional Material)
    Ian Stone Writer (Additional Material)
    Gabe Turner Writer (Additional Material)
    Paul Hawksbee Writer (Additional Material)
    Eliot Pollak Writer (Additional Material)
    Dan Trelfer Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Paul Wheeler Director
    Clyde Holcroft Series Producer
    Colin Hopkins Producer
    Harry Hill Executive Producer
    Richard Allen-Turner Executive Producer
    Jon Thoday Executive Producer
    Stephen Yemoh Edit Producer
    Steve Nayler Editor
    Dennis De Groot Production Designer

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