Harry Hills TV Burp Book by Harry HillOnly with the help of Harry Hills all new TV Burp Book can you finally find out what happens when...
...Ant and Dec meet up at night using the secret tunnel that connects their Chiswick homes
...Bear Grylls has to survive alone for days in a 5-star hotel and
...Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall helps the tenants of a block of flats rear their own oxen.
Get rich with Alan Sugar.
TV in the future.
Spooky tales wid Derek Acorah.
Perfect nights in with Alan Titchmarsh and Pete Doherty.
2-D Youve Been Framed and
Celebrities hiding behind bushes.
Harry Hill's TV Burp, we'll miss you
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The show presents a satirical look at the week's television, including extracts from TV shows with added sketches, observational voice-overs, and guest appearances. It is based on clips of the previous week of programming on television, showing lines of dialogue that can be twisted out of context, unusual set layouts and actions performed on the shows. It contained many of the common elements that remain on the show to the present day, now in its ninth series. Following the success of the pilot, a full series was commissioned, starting on 14 November Nine subsequent series have followed, as well as two 'Reviews of the Year' see Transmissions. Series 1 to 2 were originally shown in a late-night slot on Thursdays Fridays in Series 3 respectively.
His other projects include The Harry Hill Movie , released in Hill was born as Matthew Keith Hall in Woking , Surrey on 1 October  and grew up in Staplehurst , Kent, where he attended the local primary school. Hill worked as a house officer at Doncaster Royal Infirmary , before quitting the medical profession because he "didn't feel in control of what was happening"; he is still registered on the General Medical Council 's list of Registered Medical Practitioners. Hill hosted the show as himself, and each week, he was joined by various guest performers, as well as regular character actors including Al Murray and Burt Kwouk. The show featured a variety of other celebrity guests during its run including Rolf Harris and Ronnie Corbett. Each programme is interspersed with Hill's stand up routines.