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Clive Anderson's Chat Room

Clive Anderson's Chat Room
Genre Topical chat
Running time 30 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Home station BBC Radio 2
Host(s) Clive Anderson
Writer(s) Iain Pattinson, Clive Anderson
Producer(s) Jon Naismith (series 1)
David Morley (series 2-4)
Lissa Evans (series 5)
Exec. producer(s) Adam Bromley
Air dates since 21 October 2004 (2004-10-21)
No. of series 6
No. of episodes 41
Website Official website

Clive Anderson's Chat Room is a radio programme that started in October 2004 and series seven was aired in Autumn 2009. Hosted by Clive Anderson, it is broadcast on BBC Radio 2 and produced by Above the Title Productions.

Each week the panel of guests include a mix of comedians, critics, commentators and politicians who discuss some of the week's news stories. The audience also get the chance to ask questions to the guests.

Episode and guest list

Episode Air date Guests
Series 1 - 2004[1]
1.1 21 October 2004 Phill Jupitus, Brian Sewell, Arthur Smith, Anna Raeburn
1.2 27 October 2004 John Sergeant, Chris Addison, Fred MacAulay, Esther Rantzen
1.3 4 November 2004 Jennie Bond, Paul Gambaccini, Jeremy Hardy, Graeme Garden
1.4 13 November 2004 Angela Rippon, Rich Hall, Piers Morgan, Marcus Brigstocke
1.5 20 November 2004 Richard Madeley, Rory Bremner, Janet Street-Porter, Dara Ó Briain
1.6 27 November 2004 Griff Rhys Jones, Neil Kinnock, Linda Smith, Matthew Parris
Series 2 - 2006[1]
2.1 19 January 2006 Jeremy Hardy, Alan Davies, Stephen Pound MP, Clarissa Dickson Wright
2.2 26 January 2006 Paul Gambaccini, Dom Joly, Victoria Coren, Ed Byrne
2.3 2 February 2006 Arthur Smith, Jo Caulfield, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Nigel Evans MP
2.4 9 February 2006 Mark Steel, Greg Dyke, Julia Morris, Alun Cochrane
2.5 16 February 2006 Fred MacAulay, Sue Perkins, Brian Sewell, Alexei Sayle
2.6 23 February 2006 Carol Thatcher, Will Smith, John O'Farrell, David Quantick
Series 3 - 2007[1]
3.1 22 March 2007 Lembit Öpik MP, Lucy Porter, David Quantick, Dara Ó Briain
3.2 29 March 2007 Frankie Boyle, James Brown, Natalie Haynes, Nick Doody
3.3 5 April 2007 Jo Caulfield, James May, Stephen Pound MP, Griff Rhys Jones
3.4 12 April 2007 Mel Giedroyc, Brian Sewell, Arthur Smith, Seymour Mace
3.5 19 April 2007 Julian Clary, Alan Davies, Julie Kirkbride MP, Andy Parsons
3.6 26 April 2007 Andy Hamilton, Armando Iannucci, Bob Marshall-Andrews MP, Carrie Quinlan
Special - Clive Anderson's End of Year Chat Room[1]
S.1 December 2007 Griff Rhys Jones, Andy Parsons, Rory Bremner, Janet Street-Porter
Series 4 - 2008[1]
4.1 6 March 2008 Paul Sinha, Helen Lederer, Gyles Brandreth, Andy Parsons
4.2 13 March 2008 David Quantick, Miles Jupp, Arthur Smith, Kirsty Wark
4.3 20 March 2008 Frankie Boyle, Dave Gorman, Carole Malone, Lord Peter Snape
4.4 27 March 2008 Kelvin MacKenzie, Julie Kirkbride MP, Griff Rhys Jones, John O'Farrell
4.5 3 April 2008 Will Self, Nick Clegg MP, Shappi Khorsandi, Ed Byrne
4.6 10 April 2008 Fred MacAulay, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Miranda Sawyer, Scott Capurro
Series 5 - 2008[1]
5.1 20 September 2008 Fred MacAulay, Will Self, Jo Bunting, Rod Liddle
5.2 27 September 2008 Richard Herring, Michael Gove MP, Meera Syal, Kelvin MacKenzie
5.3 4 October 2008 Michael White, Julian Clary, Rhona Cameron, Tony Parsons
5.4 11 October 2008 Reginald D. Hunter, Clare Short MP, Alun Cochrane, Ann Leslie
5.5 18 October 2008 Marcus Brigstocke, David Starkey, Charles Kennedy MP, Eve Pollard
5.6 25 October 2008 Sarah Millican, Matthew Parris, John O'Farrell, Peter Tatchell
5.7 1 November 2008 Andy Parsons, Andrew Pierce, Dave Gorman, Carol Sarler
5.8 8 November 2008 Nick Robinson, Stephen Pound MP, Arthur Smith, Miranda Hart
Series 6 - 2009[1]
6.1 14 March 2009 Diane Abbott MP, Alexei Sayle, Michael White, Toby Young
6.2 21 March 2009 Michael Gove MP, Lucy Porter, Carole Malone, Griff Rhys Jones
6.3 28 March 2009 Quentin Letts, Sarah Kendall, Nadine Dorries MP, Scott Capurro
6.4 4 April 2009 Bob Mills, India Knight, Zoe Lyons, Andrew Pierce
6.5 11 April 2009 Kirsty Wark, Tristram Hunt, Jo Bunting, Mark Thomas
6.6 18 April 2009 Will Self, Mark Steel, Sue Perkins, Roy Greenslade
6.7 25 April 2009 David Quantick, Steve Bell, Ronni Ancona, Tom Bradby
6.8 2 May 2009 Greg Proops, Sarah Millican, John Sergeant, Johann Hari
Series 7 - 2009[1]
7.1 17 September 2009 Rory Bremner, Amanda Platell, Mark Thomas, Rick Wakeman
7.2 24 September 2009 Diane Abbott, Simon Evans, Jonathan Freedland, Arthur Smith
7.3 1 October 2009 Julia Hartley-Brewer, Gyles Brandreth, Justin Lee Collins, Bob Mills
7.4 8 October 2009 Eve Pollard, Dave Spikey, Sam Delaney, John O'Farrell
7.5 15 October 2009 Michael Onslow, Stephen K. Amos, Katy Brand, Kelvin MacKenzie
7.6 22 October 2009 Vanessa Feltz, David Quantick, Mark Dolan, Jay Rayner
7.7 29 October 2009 John Sergeant, Adam Boulton, Lucy Porter, Ed Vaizey
7.8 5 November 2009 David Steel, Mark Watson, Rich Hall, Andrew Pierce

References

  • Lavalie, John. "Clive Anderson's Chat Room." EpGuides. 21 Jul 2005. 29 Jul 2005 .

External links

  • BBC Online
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