I've Never Seen Star Wars (TV series)
|I've Never Seen Star Wars|
|Created by||Bill Dare|
|Directed by||Pati Marr|
|Presented by||Marcus Brigstocke (2009)
Jo Brand (2011)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||9|
|Original network||BBC Four and BBC Two|
|Original release||12 March 2009 – Present|
|Related shows||I've Never Seen Star Wars (radio series)|
I've Never Seen Star Wars is a comedy chat show broadcast on BBC Four (2009 episodes) and BBC Two (2011 episodes), first broadcast on 12 March 2009. Created and produced by Bill Dare and hosted by Marcus Brigstocke for the 2009 episodes and Jo Brand for the 2011 special episode, each episode features a celebrity guest trying out new experiences. Based on the original radio version broadcast on BBC Radio 4, the title comes from the fact that Dare has never seen the Star Wars films. An eight part series was recorded in March 2009, with guests including John Humphrys, Esther Rantzen, Rory McGrath and Hugh Dennis.
A new host, Jo Brand, presented a December 2011 episode.
Each episode of I've Never Seen Star Wars features a different guest trying things they have never done before, and seeing whether they liked their experiences or not. Some of the experiences come from the show's special list, which contains a range of different experiences, such as certain books, films, foodstuffs etc. The experiences tend to a mixture of things from the list and things the guest wants to try out themselves. The guest and Brigstocke try out the experience and the guest gives their view on it, as well as giving each experiences a mark out of ten.
|1||12 March 2009||Clive Anderson|
|2||19 March 2009||John Humphrys|
|3||26 March 2009||Rory McGrath|
|4||2 April 2009||Emily Maitlis|
|5||9 April 2009||Hugh Dennis|
|6||16 April 2009||Nigel Havers|
|7||23 April 2009||David Davis|
|8||30 April 2009||Esther Rantzen|
|Special||27 December 2011||Stephen Fry|
- I've Never Seen Star Wars (The TV Version) - Episode Guide. Published by the British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 2009-03-02.
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