AL MURRAY returns to host the highly successful 7 Day Sunday, which returns to BBC Radio 5 Live for a brand new fifteen-part series this January. Joined by regular contributors including ANDY ZALTZMAN and REBECCA FRONT as well as a weekly special guest, AL will lead the gang in taking a humorous look back over the week’s biggest news stories and events.
Previous guests on the show include: SARAH MILLICAN, MICKY FLANAGAN, ARMANDO IANNUCCI, LAUREN LAVERNE, RICHARD HERRING, JENNY ECLAIR, TOBY YOUNG and GRAHAM LINEHAN.
The show is also available as a hugely successful podcast, which has charted as high as number 1 in the iTunes Podcast Chart while on air.
7 Day Sunday begins on Sunday 8th January 2012 at 11am on
BBC Radio 5 Live
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Currently Avalon Television produces; the quadruple-BAFTA and triple British Comedy award-winning Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV1); Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC THREE), recommissioned for series four and five in 2011; four series of the Royal Television Society and Rose D’Or award-winning sitcom Not Going Out (BBC ONE); critically acclaimed topical comedy show Frank Skinner’s Opinionated (BBC TWO), returning for a further two series in 2011; brand new topical programme That Sunday Night Show (ITV 1), hosted by Adrian Chiles and Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (BBC THREE), returning for series two in 2011.
In the US Avalon Television is currently producing two series for Comedy Central; the scripted comedy Workaholics and John Oliver’s New York Standup Show. Also an established provider of digital content, The Handlers, starring Bryan Cranston, is currently represented on Atom.com.
Avalon Television also produces Yes it’s the Ashes, ANDY ZALTZMAN’s topical look at the ashes series; Dave Gorman’s Sunday Morning Show for Absolute Radio; and The Frank Skinner Show, Absolute Radio’s Saturday morning’s flagship show, whose spin-off podcasts were the station’s most downloaded of 2009 with over 1.6 million downloads.
Avalon Television is a leading producer of award-winning comedy and entertainment programmes in the UK and US. Founded in 1993, the independent production house supplies television programming to all the British terrestrial channels and leading cable and satellite stations, in addition to content for radio broadcasters. Avalon Television has produced Fantasy Football League (BBC TWO, ITV 1) with DAVID BADDIEL and FRANK SKINNER; BAFTA nominated Baddiel and Skinner Unplanned (ITV 1); three series of BAFTA award-winning The Harry Hill Show (Channel 4); the first ever UK arena comedy show Baddiel and Newman in Pieces at Wembley and Royal Television Society Award nominated The Frank Skinner Show (BBC ONE, ITV 1), which is widely credited as setting the tone for the modern comedic chat show and ran for nine years, attracting 11 million viewers at its peak.