Britain's Best Sitcom

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Britain's Best Sitcom was a poll conducted in 2004 by the BBC, to identify the United Kingdom's best sitcom. Viewers were asked to vote for their favourite by phone, text message and on the World Wide Web. The top ten went forward to a final round of voting. Ten, one hour long programmes were made before the final round, each about one of the Top 10. The programmes consisted of a celebrity speaking on behalf of their chosen sitcom as well as interviews with the stars and people that made it. The celebrity advocating the sitcom gave a list of reasons viewers should vote for that sitcom, as well as featuring plugs from other famous fans of each sitcom. Jonathan Ross hosted the countdown show.

Presenter-advocates[edit]

A different television celebrity presented and lauded each respective sitcom in the top ten:

Further reading[edit]

  • Lewisohn, Mark (2003) Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy. 2nd Ed. Revised — BBC Consumer Publishing. ISBN 0-563-48755-0

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