At the forefront of its genre, the roll-call of stand-ups who have performed in front of the famous Live At The Apollo lights plays out like a who's who of comedic royalty. Each episode sees a national (and sometimes international) stand-up both compering and performing, before introducing two of the best established and up-coming stand-ups to the stage.
Joining Jack on stage is Julian Clary, who whips the audience into a frenzy with a set where no one is safe from his wit. Jack delivers a set lambasting cold calling for gas, phone and electricity, and he also lays into chemists, mobile phones and even vacuum cleaners.
Jack Dee performs live at the Apollo in Hammersmith, joined by Omid Djalili and a celebrity-packed audience.
Rich Hall guest-hosts the stand-up show recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo, inviting comedians to share their light-hearted views on modern life. Tonight he introduces routines by Mark Watson and Andrew Maxwell.
The brilliant Ed Gamble introduces comedians Tom Davis and Judi Love to the stage.
Tez Ilyas introduces comedians Spring Day and Ignacio Lopez to the stage.
The inimitable Kiri Pritchard-McLean introduces comedians Catherine Bohart and Babatunde Aléshé to the stage.
Presented by the magnificent Suzi Ruffell, who welcomes comedians Alfie Brown and Sikisa Bostwick-Barnes to the stage.
Jack's guest is Wales's most famous divorcee, Keith Barret. Keith's inept attempt to give a lecture about relationships has the audience in stitches, as he stumbles through a disastrous slide show. Jack's own set takes in rough council estates, service stations, the SAS and decking out his house with freebies from hotels.
Jack is joined by Irish comic Dara O'Briain, whose set includes advice on how to put know-all doctors in their place, reveals and includes an improvisation of a koala being a phone sex operator. Jack sets his sights on Ellen MacArthur, the Olympics and on audience members including Tracey Emin and Jayne Middlemiss.
Stephen K Amos presents an evening of stand-up comedy in front of a 3,500-strong audience at the Hammersmith Apollo, with special guest appearances from the brilliant Jon Richardson and London's very own Micky Flanagan.
Jack Dee performs live at the Apollo in Hammersmith, joined by Ardal O'Hanlon and a celebrity-packed audience.
Jack Dee's solo show of the series.
Comedian Jo Brand hosts special guest Michael McIntyre. In the firing line are Simon Cowell, Labiaplasties, football referees and flaming terrorists.
The magnificent Kae Kurd introduces comedians Laura Smyth and Liam Farrelly to the stage.
Lee Mack, comedian and star of BBC One sitcom Not Going Out, presents sets from American comic Rich Hall and Scotland's very own Danny Bhoy.
Jack Dee performs a full set live at the Apollo in Hammersmith, to an audience packed with celebrities.
Stand-up comedy from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo. BAFTA-nominated actor and comedian from the Valleys Rob Brydon hosts. His special guests are funny lady Sarah Millican and Ireland's Jason Byrne.
Liverpudlian comedian Chris McCausland hosts the first episode of the series, welcoming comedians Sophie Duker and Emmanuel Sonubi to the stage.
Joining Jack on stage tonight is one of the UK's hottest stand-ups, star of The Sketch Show, Lee Mack. Guest stars include the cast of Footballers Wives, Michael Buerk, Quentin Wilson and Spice Girl Melanie C, and members of the public get the chance to text Jack with jokes, comments and abuse.
This opening episode from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo features the brilliant Dara O Briain as host. Dara introduces ventriloquist extraordinaire Nina Conti and the irrepressible Danny Bhoy to the stage.
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