The 5 O'Clock Show

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For Richard Hammond's ITV show, see Richard Hammond's 5 O'Clock Show.
The 5 O'Clock Show
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Genre Entertainment
Format Chat show, variety
Voices of Peter Dickson
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 40
Production
Executive producer(s) Robert Gray
Location(s) The London Studios
Running time 60 mins (inc. advertisements)
Production company(s) Olga TV (Channel 4)
Broadcast
Original channel Channel 4
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
Original run 31 May – 23 July 2010
Chronology
Related shows The Paul O'Grady Show
External links
Website

The 5 O'Clock Show is a daytime television chat show on Channel 4, replacing The Paul O'Grady Show. The format was along the same lines as O'Grady's show and consisted of a mixture of celebrity guests, comic stunts and musical performances. Monday to Wednesday's shows tended to be broadcast live, while Thursday and Friday were recorded on Tuesday and Wednesday. The show was broadcast from Studio 3 of The London Studios. The show was axed by Channel 4 on 7 September 2010[1]

History[edit]

Originally Peter Andre was supposed to be the full time presenter, but due to other commitments he was unable to fill all the slots.[2] Channel 4 decided to change the format, to have a range of guest hosts filling in. Starting with Lenny Henry's stint, the show's title was altered to Presenter's 5 O'Clock Show.

Guest presenters[edit]

Each week the show was hosted by guest presenters.

Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 Peter Andre
2
3 Natalie Cassidy Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp Kimberley Walsh and Stephen Mulhern
4 Lenny Henry
5 Denise van Outen and Melanie Sykes
6 Vernon Kay
7 Fern Britton
8

Sponsors[edit]

The 5 O'Clock Show with was sponsored by Anglian Windows.[3]

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