Frank Skinner chairs the third installment of comedy panel show, inviting comedian Greg Davies, presenter and adventurer Ben Fogle and journalist Janet Street-Porter (you've been warned) to compete to have their pet hates banished for ever. Their gripes include people who use suitcases on wheels (so, everyone), multichannel TV, umbrellas, friends' hobbies, and women who like to be treated as ladies. If Graham Norton's version of the chat show is still to your liking, he has Denzel Washington, Nicholas Hoult, Bill Bailey and Conor Maynard all furiously marketing themselves this evening from 10.35pm.
Room 101. BBC1: 8.30pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:14 | Friday 18th January 2013 | TV Highlights
Call the Midwife
BBC 1: 8.00pm
Last in the current series for the East London midwives tonight, and it looks to be an emotional finale. Jenny is assigned...BBC One |
Channel 4: 9:00pm
Adapted from a best selling book, this romantic drama premiers on Channel 4 tonight. It stars Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturges...
Dancing On Ice
TV3: 7.00pm + UTV: 7.00pm
The final to the FINAL 'Dancing on Ice' tonight, and it promises to be a show full of surprises. The series has brought back...TV3 |
The Legion - Would You Believe?...
RTE 1: 9.30pm
Considering we usually get a fairly solid TV drama in this time slot on a Sunday, a Would You Believe Special is a little...RTE One |
Russell Brand: From Addiction to...
RTE 2: 10.30pm
For those of you that may not know, comedian Russel Brand was a drug addict up to ten years ago. And we're talking the big...RTE Two |
BBC 2: 8.00pm
The lads are off to Burma tonight, for the first in a two part special in what may just be one of their greatest challenges...BBC Two |
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