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First Air Date: December 16, 1980
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2x53 An Audience with Les Dawson That Never Was (June 01, 2013)
On the 20th anniversary of the comedian's untimely death, ITV decided to mark the occasion with the use of a technology which gave the illusion that he was on stage. Revisit the original content planned for that show, and uniquely present it for a celebrity studio audience specially invited to enjoy the very best of Les Dawson.
2x52 Barry Manilow (October 28, 2011)
Barry Manilow, accompanied by his orchestra, performs many of his best-loved songs including Copacabana, Mandy, Could It Be Magic, and I Write The Songs. The international superstar also answers questions from a celebrity audience about a career that spans five decades.
2x51 Michael Bublé (May 23, 2010)
Superstar singer Michael Bublé hosts a very special show in which he performs some of his best-loved songs including Everything, Home and Haven't Met You Yet as well as his versions of classics such as Cry Me A River. Michael is joined by - and answers questions from - a star-studded audience which includes Paul O'Grady, Dermot O'Leary, Joe McElderry, Keeley Hawes and Holly Willoughby.
2x50 Donny and Marie (November 11, 2009)
Donny and Marie Osmond bring us a taste of their hugely successful Las Vegas show and answer questions from a celebrity audience about three decades as showbiz superstars. It is over 20 years since the famous siblings last performed together in the UK, and today they sing some of their greatest hits as well as songs from their Vegas show. Highlights include a frenzied version of Crazy Horses by Donny, and Marie's huge hit Paper Roses.
2x49 Neil Diamond (May 31, 2008)
Neil Diamond treats his celebrity fans including Dame Judi Dench, the Zutons, Blur's Alex James, Alison Steadman, Ben Miller, Michelle Collins and Samantha Janus, plus the viewers at home, to a selection of his career-defining songs including Sweet Caroline, America, Cracklin' Rosie and Love On The Rocks. He also performs some hits from his number one album Home Before Dark, including the title track and Pretty Amazing Grace.
2x48 An Audience Without .... Jeremy Beadle (May 16, 2008)
A tribute to the late TV presenter Jeremy Beadle (1948-2008), hosted by Chris Tarrant.
2x47 Celine Dion (December 22, 2007)
Canadian chanteuse Celine Dion performs her greatest hits in front of a star-studded audience, and fields questions from famous faces who have a chance to find out what makes one of the world's best-selling female recording artists tick.
2x46 Another Audience with Al Murray - The Pub Landlord (October 27, 2007)
The Pub Landlord, aka comedian Al Murray, performs for a second time in front of an audience of celebrity fans. Recorded only a week before transmission, there's no telling what subjects The Guv might educate his audience on. Will anything compare to last time, when he cajoled Dean Gaffney into singing the national anthem several times?
2x45 Lionel Richie: Live! (December 09, 2006)
Lionel Richie performs a selection of his greatest hits plus tracks from his new album in this star-studded event and invites the celebrity audience to ask him questions. Including performances from special guest stars Westlife and Beverley Knight.
2x44 Take That: Live! (December 02, 2006)
The recently re-formed band sing their old hits before a celebrity studio audience.
2x43 Coronation Street (April 22, 2006)
The Coronation Street cast entertain a celebrity audience.
2x42 Another Audience with Shirley Bassey (March 10, 2006)
Shirley Bassey entertains another audience with songs and tales in a celebration of her showbusiness career.
2x41 Another Audience with Joan Rivers (January 14, 2006)
2x40 Al Murray - The Pub Landlord (March 19, 2005)
The Pub Landlord entertains a packed celebrity audience with his musings on world affairs, the British Empire, alcohol, and the national anthem.
2x39 Joe Pasquale (February 19, 2005)
The comedian, fresh out of the I'm A Celebrity jungle, plays to a host of well-known faces from the worlds of TV, sport and music.
2x38 Harry Hill (October 16, 2004)
The comedian entertains an all-star audience.
2x37 Donny Osmond (November 23, 2002)
Donny Osmond is joined by Blue and Westlife in renditions of One Love and Crazy Horses, and is re-united on stage for a performance with his brothers Wayne, Jay, Merrill and Alan.
2x36 Brian Conley (May 25, 2002)
All-round entertainer Brian Conley entertains a celebrity guest audience including Edward Woodward, Ron Atkinson and Coleen Nolan.
2x35 Lulu (May 18, 2002)
Lulu sings duets with Elton John and Sting, respectively Teardrops and Sail On Sailor. She teams up with Enrique Iglesias and Ronan Keating in a set including The Man Who Sold The World, To Sir With Love, First Of May, Light My Fire and Shout.
2x34 Another Audience with Ken Dodd (February 09, 2002)
Legendary showbiz comedian Ken Dodd fields questions from a celebrity audience.
2x33 Kylie Minogue (October 06, 2001)
The Australian songstress talks to a packed celebrity audience and performs a selection of her best loved hits.
2x32 Ricky Martin (February 10, 2001)
Latin superstar Ricky Martin performs in front of an audience of TV celebrities. He performs She Bangs, Maria and Loaded. He also duets with Kylie Minogue (Livin' La Vida Loca) and Frances Ruffelle (A Little Fall Of Rain). Celebrities asking questions include Cilla Black, David Baddiel, Emma Bunton, Cat Deeley, Julian Clary, Steve Redgrave and Ian Wright.
2x31 Des O'Connor (January 20, 2001)
Des entertains a packed celebrity studio audience.
2x30 Diana Ross (December 11, 1999)
Soul diva Diana Ross performs classic songs from her back catalogue and takes questions from the celebrity audience.
2x29 Sir Cliff Richard (November 13, 1999)
An evening in the company of a star-studded audience and the musical legend Cliff Richard. Featuring contributions from Another Level, Elaine Paige, Vincenza La Scola, Chicken Shed and the Capital Voice Choir.
2x28 Tom Jones (September 25, 1999)
An entertainment special in which the singer performs a selection of his greatest hits from his long career before an invited celebrity audience.
2x27 Lennox Lewis (April 03, 1999)
The British boxer answers questions from a studio audience.
2x26 Simply Red (December 12, 1998)
Mick Hucknall and co perform their hits in front of a specially invited audience.
2x25 The Bee Gees (November 07, 1998)
Veteran pop trio The Bee Gees perform some of their greatest hits and take questions from a celebrity audience.
2x24 Rod Stewart (May 30, 1998)
The rock legend performs several of his classic hits, including Maggie May, D'Ya Think I'm Sexy and Sailing; he also duets with Emma Bunton on Tonight's The Night, and with Mick Hucknall and the Irish family band The Corrs.
2x23 The Spice Girls (November 29, 1997)
The pop group the Spice Girls perform in front of a celebrity, and predominantly female, audience. In addition to performing nine of their songs, the members of the group answer questions about their lives and their rise to stardom from audience members.
2x22 Ronnie Corbett (October 25, 1997)
Multi-talented Ronnie Corbett entertains a star-studded audience - including Ronnie Barker, Frank Skinner, Damien Hirst, Samantha Janus and Lord Parkinson - with his singing, dancing and piano playing, not to mention a touch of comedy.
2x21 Another Audience with Freddie Starr (October 11, 1997)
Comedian Freddie Starr entertains a celebrity audience.
2x20 Elton John (September 27, 1997)
Elton John entertains a celebrity studio audience, answering questions from the audience and singing songs with his guests.
2x19 Alf Garnett (April 05, 1997)
Actor Warren Mitchell performs as Alf Garnett, the outrageous Cockney bigot, giving forthright opinions on subjects including the royal family, women's rights, religion and cricket in front of a celebrity audience.
2x18 Bruce Forsyth (February 01, 1997)
Bruce Forsyth celebrates more than 50 years in show business by hosting a variety show in front of a celebrity audience.
2x17 Sooty (October 24, 1996)
To mark 44 years in show business, Sooty entertains an audience of celebrities and their children with magic, music and comedy.
2x16 Freddie Starr (March 02, 1996)
An evening with the outrageous and unpredictable Freddie Starr, as he performs in front of a celebrity audience. Those in the front few rows will no doubt be on their guard.
2x15 Shirley Bassey (October 21, 1995)
Shirley Bassey sings and answers questions from a celebrity audience. Songs include Big Spender; Never Never Never and I Am What I Am.
2x14 Ken Dodd (December 03, 1994)
Ken Dodd entertains a celebrity audience to celebrate 40 years in show business. Guests include Frank Carson, Paul Daniels, Warren Mitchell, Kevin Whately and Coronation Street stars Liz Dawn, Bryan Mosely and Peter Baldwin.
2x13 Jimmy Tarbuck (October 22, 1994)
Jimmy Tarbuck entertains an audience of celebrity guests from the worlds of showbiz and sport with anecdotes about his life and career. The show ends with a jam session with Jimmy on the mike.
2x12 Bob Monkhouse (May 21, 1994)
Bob Monkhouse answers questions from a studio audience that includes Stephen Fry, Mandy Smith, Bill Treacher, comedians Little and Large, and Sir John Mills.
2x11 Jackie Mason (December 27, 1990)
American comic Jackie Mason entertains a celebrity audience.
2x10 One More Audience with Dame Edna Everage (December 15, 1988)
A packed celebrity audience joins Dame Edna Everage.
2x09 Victoria Wood (December 10, 1988)
Comedian Victoria Wood performs before a star-studded audience including Julie Walters, Dave Allen, Judi Dench and Dawn French, treating her guests to a selection of her celebrated monologues, taking questions from the audience, and performing some witty numbers at the piano.
2x08 Peter Ustinov (January 03, 1988)
Peter Ustinov talks to a specially invited celebrity audience.
2x07 Billy Connolly (October 26, 1985)
Billy Connolly offers his unique brand of stand-up humour to a star-studded audience including Twiggy, Clive James, Michael Brandon, Ringo Starr and Samantha Fox.
2x06 Another Audience With Dame Edna Everage (December 31, 1984)
Special featuring the characters created by Barry Humphries, Dame Edna Everage and Les Patterson, KBE -with a live, celebrity-packed studio audience.
2x05 Joan Rivers (March 17, 1984)
Comedienne Joan Rivers talks to a specially invited celebrity audience.
2x04 Mel Brooks (February 04, 1984)
Mel Brooks delivers an enjoyable hour of comic diversion with his lovely actress-wife Anne Bancroft, writer comedian Ronny Graham, and British Shakespearean actor Jonathan Pryce.
2x03 Kenneth Williams (December 23, 1983)
A virtuoso performance from the comic actor, here recalling some of the funniest moments of his long and varied show-business career in front of a celebrity audience.
2x02 Dudley Moore (December 26, 1981)
Dudley Moore "meets" and entertains celebrity audience including: Shirley Bassey, Adam Faith, Stanley Baxter, Martin Shaw, Robert Powell, Tom Conti, Lulu, Clive James, Bob Hoskins and Denis Norden. His special guest is singer/songwriter Christopher Cross.
2x01 Dame Edna Everage (December 16, 1980)
Dame Edna Everage takes questions from a celebrity audience about her life and career.