Type
News/Talk Show
Premiered
Jul. 04, 1994
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
30 min.
Country
UK
Network
BBC One TV Network
Genre

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Room 101 (UK)

What do you really dislike? In Room 101, celebrities have the chance to get rid of their personal hates forever. Frank Skinner is the current host

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16x08 Katherine Parkinson, Russell Howar… Aired: Mar. 10, 2016

Frank Skinner hosts as Bafta-winning Katherine Parkinson, laughter-spinning Russell Howard and all-the-trimmings John Torode compete to have …

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  • Anne Robinson made a memorable appearance in March 2001, in which she attempted to have the Welsh put in, citing that they were "annoying" and she was envious of their constant happiness.…
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    Anne Robinson made a memorable appearance in March 2001, in which she attempted to have the Welsh put in, citing that they were "annoying" and she was envious of their constant happiness. Robinson's comments resulted in complaints from Welsh MP's, who accused the show of promoting racism, though this was later dismissed by OFCOM. Paul Merton later revealed that he would often take the guests for lunch prior to the episode to discuss what their choices, but Robinson had been unable to attend the lunch meaning he was unaware of what she was going to say. Following the Robinson episode, Mel and Sue attempted to put the town of Leighton Buzzard into Room 101, again resulting in a backlash from the town.
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  • The original format when Nick Hancock presented the series was for just one guest per episode. This continued under his replacement Paul Merton but when the series was revived with Frank…
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    The original format when Nick Hancock presented the series was for just one guest per episode. This continued under his replacement Paul Merton but when the series was revived with Frank Skinner (ii) presenting, the format was overhauled and each episode had three guests.
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  • The title is taken from George Orwell's iconic dystopian story "Nineteen Eighty-Four".
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