12 January 2007
| 7.2/10 |
23 March 2007
| Comedy, Children's television series, Satire|
'Orrible, Harry Batt, Help! Teach is, Get 100, Hedz
Harry Batt - Pilot episode. Based on a character from Dick and Dom in da Bugalow.
SPOOF! - A sketch show from the producers of Dead Ringers. Recorded 20 November 2006
Driving Me Mad - Sketch show in which 3 children imagine the life of people they see from outside the car window.
Lil Sisters - Comedy drama about 3 sisters who go to live with their half brother.
Astronuts - Comedy slapstick about a family in the year 5050 who, after their father's stupidity in moving planet, find themselves lost in space.
Trevor Island - Seafaring comedy drama about a group of pathetic pirates, led by Captain Trevor Mullet, who are left shipwrecked on a desert island with a stowaway.
Life in the Underpass - Kevin wants to be the next David Attenborough, but doesn't have a camera so has to pretend he's filming.
Dollby City - Show set in an imaginary Toy Hospital, based on Casualty and Holby City and dealing with an outbreak of Scilly ASS.
Who's in the Shed? - Two young children host an internet chat show from a garden shed.
Stairlift to heaven - An animated comedy, where a 9-year-old boy gets sent to live in an old folks home after an administrative mix-up.
Gina's Laughing Gear Wikipedia
Gina's Laughing Gear was a special programming slot which was presented by Gina Yashere. It was shown on Friday afternoons on BBC One and repeated on Saturday on the CBBC Channel. The purpose was to showcase new CBBC comedy at the time.
The running gag in the slot was that Gina "hacks" the CBBC transmission in her claim to try to be a CBBC presenter. She often made desperate attempts to win over the audience, none of which were very effective.