Tracklist

DVD-Video 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Menu Bryn 0:29
2 Lauren & Tony Blair Catherine Tate 4:41
3 Gavin & Stacey: Bowling Gavin & Stacey 3:03
4 Britain’s Got an Extra Pop Factor…and Then Some / Man I Feel Like a Woman Peter Kay 2:30
5 Live & Laughing: Accents Michael McIntyre 2:24
6 Little Britain USA: Lou & Andy Go to Church Lou & Andy 3:44
7 Stand-Up: Osama Song Frank Skinner 2:12
8 That Mitchell & Webb Look: Who Let the Dogs Out? Mitchell & Webb 1:40
9 Live: The Environment Sean Lock 2:57
10 Harry Hill’s TV Burp: Eastenders Harry Hill 2:42
11 Russell Howard Live: Nans & Newspapers Russell Howard 2:30
12 QI: The Acropolis Stephen Fry 8:57
13 Ricky Gervais & Friends: Ricky in Kenya Ricky Gervais 3:28
14 Tooth Fairy Live: Football Alan Carr 3:24
15 The Peter Serafinowicz Show: Darth Vader in Love Peter Serafinowicz 2:22
16 Tinselworm: Fur Bill Bailey 2:26
17 We Can Be Heroes: Finding the Australian of the Year Ja'mie King 5:00
18 Big – Live at the O₂: Self-Service Checkouts Lee Evans 1:52
19 Mock the Week: Commercials That Never Made It to Air - Dara Ó Briain, Hugh Dennis, Andy Parsons, Frankie Boyle, Russell Howard 3:21
20 Flight of the Conchords: Part-Time Model - Jemaine Clement & Bret McKenzie 4:14
21 Russell Brand’s Ponderland: Budgie Russell Brand 2:19
22 Live at the Apollo: Growing Up in Dudley Lenny Henry 4:04
23 The Thick of It: Shadow Minister Receives a Makeover Vincent Franklin, Roger Allam 2:23
24 Star Stories: Duet Steve Edge, Kevin Bishop, Thaila Zucchi 2:40
25 Lee Mack Live: Glasses Lee Mack 3:19
26 The IT Crowd: Friendface Katherine Parkinson, Chris O’Dowd & Richard Ayoade 3:56
27 Live at the Apollo: Teenagers Jo Brand 1:38
28 The Armstrong & Miller Show: Predictive Text Armstrong & Miller 2:49
29 Never Mind the Buzzcocks: Amy & Penny Amy & Penny 3:01
30 The Mighty Boosh: The Power of the Crimp Julian Barratt, Tom Meeten, Simon Farnaby & Noel Fielding 2:18
31 Live Again: Bumble Bee Jack Dee 3:37
32 Mr Bean’s Wedding Mr. Bean 7:27
33 Jimmy Carr In Concert: A Few Quick Ones Jimmy Carr 1:05
34 Have I Got News for You Brian Blessed 2:22
35 Bruno: Daytona Beach Sacha Baron Cohen 4:45
36 Talks Funny: Magician Dara Ó Briain 4:19
37 Dragon’s Den: Augcember Harry & Paul 4:07
38 The Vicar of Dibley: Wife Swap Dawn French 8:33
39 Comic Relief: What We Do Davina McCall, Billy Connolly 3:03
40 Teaser for Comic Relief Single 2009 Rob Brydon, Ruth Jones & Tom Jones 6:41

Credits

DVD-Video 1

shot in:
ukulele:
Frank Skinner (English writer and comedian) (track 7)
associate producer:
Danny Julian (track 5)
composer:
Leonard Bernstein (US composer & conductor) (track 10)
César Franck (Belgian-born French composer) (track 32)
Howard Goodall (track 38)
Jemaine Clement (track 20)
Bret McKenzie (track 20)
Frank Skinner (English writer and comedian) (track 7)
lead vocals:
Harry Hill (UK comedian) (track 10)
Vanessa Jenkins (track 40)
Sir Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 40)
Geraldine McQueen (track 4)
Frank Skinner (English writer and comedian) (track 7)
Bryn West (track 40)
lead vocals [Bret McClegnie] and spoken vocals [Bret McClegnie]:
Bret McKenzie (track 20)
lead vocals [Bryn]:
Bryn West (track 1)
lead vocals [Jemaine Clemaine] and spoken vocals [Jemaine Clemaine]:
Jemaine Clement (track 20)
lyricist:
Jemaine Clement (track 20)
Bret McKenzie (track 20)
Frank Skinner (English writer and comedian) (track 7)
Stephen Sondheim (track 10)
producer:
Anthony Caveney (film producer) (track 5)
spoken vocals:
Bill Bailey (English comedian/musician) (tracks 12, 16)
Simon Amstell (track 29)
Brian Blessed (English actor) (track 34)
Bono (singer of U2) (track 13)
Frankie Boyle (track 19)
Jo Brand (comedienne) (track 27)
Russell Brand (track 21)
Dara Ó Briain (tracks 19, 36)
Marcus Brigstocke (comedian) (track 34)
Rob Brydon (tracks 12, 40)
Alan Carr (comedian) (track 14)
Jimmy Carr (comedian) (tracks 12, 33)
Alan Davies (comedian) (track 12)
Jack Dee (comedian) (track 31)
Cat Deeley (track 4)
Hugh Dennis (track 19)
Alan Duncan (MP) (track 34)
Stephen Fry (English comedian, actor, writer, presenter & activist) (track 12)
Bob Geldof (track 13)
Chris Gernon (director) (track 40)
Ricky Gervais (track 13)
Lenny Henry (track 22)
Harry Hill (UK comedian) (track 10)
Ian Hislop (track 34)
Russell Howard (comedian) (tracks 11, 19)
Vanessa Jenkins (track 40)
Luke Joerger (track 40)
Ruth Jones (actress & writer) (track 40)
Sir Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 40)
Phill Jupitus (comedian) (track 29)
Sean Lock (English comedian) (track 9)
Lee Mack (track 25)
Andrew Maxwell (comedian) (track 29)
Stephen Merchant (track 13)
Paul Merton (comedian) (track 34)
Ed Norton (Action Vehicles) (track 40)
Jamie Oliver (chef) (track 13)
Andy Parsons (comedian) (track 19)
Andi Peters (track 13)
Frank Skinner (English writer and comedian) (track 7)
Penny Smith (presenter) (track 29)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 38)
Trudie Styler (track 38)
Dean Swift (artist liaison) (track 40)
Bryn West (track 40)
Amy Winehouse (track 29)
Michael McIntyre (comedian) (2006-09-19) (track 5)
Tony Blair (2007) (track 2)
Lee Evans (comedian) (2008-10) (track 18)
spoken vocals [Advertising Executive]:
David Mitchell (British actor, comedian and writer) (track 8)
spoken vocals [Advertising Worker]:
James Bachman (comedian) (track 8)
Robert Webb (English comedian) (track 8)
spoken vocals [Alice Horton]:
Emma Chambers (British actress) (track 38)
spoken vocals [Andy Pipkin]:
Matt Lucas (comedian / writer) (track 6)
spoken vocals [Bryan]:
Paul Whitehouse (comedian) (track 37)
spoken vocals [Bryn]:
Bryn West (track 1)
spoken vocals [Brüno Gehard]:
Sacha Baron Cohen (track 35)
spoken vocals [Daniel, the groom]:
Matthew Macfadyen (actor) (track 32)
spoken vocals [David Horton]:
Gary Waldhorn (actor) (track 38)
spoken vocals [Duncan Guillotine]:
Paul Whitehouse (comedian) (track 37)
spoken vocals [Evan Davis]:
Paul Whitehouse (comedian) (track 37)
spoken vocals [Frank Pickle]:
John Bluthal (actor) (track 38)
spoken vocals [Gary Barlow]:
Steve Edge (track 24)
spoken vocals [Gavin Shipman]:
Mathew Horne (actor) (track 3)
spoken vocals [Geraldine Grainger]:
Dawn French (track 38)
spoken vocals [Gilbert]:
Alexander Armstrong (track 28)
spoken vocals [Harold Boom]:
Simon Farnaby (actor) (track 30)
spoken vocals [Harry Kennedy]:
Richard Armitage (actor) (track 38)
spoken vocals [Howard Moon]:
Julian Barratt (comedian from ‘The Mighty Boosh’) (track 30)
spoken vocals [Jason Orange]:
Harry Peacock (comedian) (track 24)
spoken vocals [Ja’mie King]:
Chris Lilley (track 17)
spoken vocals [Jen Barber]:
Katherine Parkinson (actress) (track 26)
spoken vocals [Jim Trott]:
Trevor Peacock (track 38)
spoken vocals [Judy Welham]:
Lise Rodgers (actress) (track 17)
spoken vocals [Kate, the bride]:
Michelle Ryan (voice actor) (track 32)
spoken vocals [Ken]:
Harry Enfield (track 37)
spoken vocals [Lance Dior]:
Tom Meeten (track 30)
spoken vocals [Lauren Cooper]:
Catherine Tate (2007) (track 2)
spoken vocals [Lou Todd]:
David Walliams (English comedian) (track 6)
spoken vocals [Lulu]:
Thaila Zucchi (track 24)
spoken vocals [Maurice Moss]:
Richard Ayoade (track 26)
spoken vocals [narrator]:
Tom Baker (Dr. Who actor) (track 6)
Jennifer Byrne (journalist) (track 17)
spoken vocals [Neil Smith]:
James Corden (track 3)
spoken vocals [Ness]:
Vanessa Jenkins (track 1)
spoken vocals [Nessa Jenkins]:
Ruth Jones (actress & writer) (track 3)
spoken vocals [Nigel Martin-Smith]:
Fergus Craig (comedian) (track 24)
spoken vocals [Owen Newitt]:
Roger Lloyd-Pack (actor) (track 38)
spoken vocals [pastor]:
Tom Bower (actor) (track 6)
spoken vocals [Peter Jones (John Lewis)]:
Harry Enfield (track 37)
spoken vocals [Peter Mannion]:
Roger Allam (track 23)
spoken vocals [Robbie Williams]:
Kevin Bishop (comedian) (track 24)
spoken vocals [Roy Trenneman]:
Chris O’Dowd (actor) (track 26)
spoken vocals [Stacey West]:
Joanna Page (actress) (track 3)
spoken vocals [Stewart Pearson]:
Vincent Franklin (voice actor) (track 23)
spoken vocals [The Grumpy Woman]:
Harry Enfield (track 37)
spoken vocals [the priest]:
Alex MacQueen (track 32)
spoken vocals [Theo Profiterole]:
Paul Whitehouse (comedian) (track 37)
spoken vocals [Vince Noir]:
Noel Fielding (comedian from ‘The Mighty Boosh’) (track 30)
spoken vocals [Vivian]:
Ben Miller (actor) (track 28)
treble vocals:
George Humphreys (chorister) (track 38)
visual appearances:
James Alexandrou (actor) (track 10)
Bill Bailey (English comedian/musician) (tracks 12, 16, 29)
Rachel Blanchard (actress) (track 20)
Mr Blobby (track 10)
June Brown (Eastenders actress) (track 10)
Selina Cadell (actress) (track 32)
Nicki Chapman (presenter) (track 4)
Charlie Clements (actor) (track 10)
James Fleet (track 38)
Neil Fox (track 4)
David Haig (actor) (track 32)
Steve McFadden (actor) (track 10)
Mr. Bean (track 32)
Alex Pennie (Member of The Automatic/Decimals) (track 29)
Pete Waterman (track 4)
Roger Allam (track 23)
Simon Amstell (track 29)
Richard Armitage (actor) (track 38)
Alexander Armstrong (track 28)
Richard Ayoade (track 26)
James Bachman (comedian) (track 8)
Sacha Baron Cohen (track 35)
Julian Barratt (comedian from ‘The Mighty Boosh’) (track 30)
Kevin Bishop (comedian) (track 24)
Brian Blessed (English actor) (track 34)
John Bluthal (actor) (track 38)
Bono (singer of U2) (track 13)
Tom Bower (actor) (track 6)
Frankie Boyle (track 19)
Jo Brand (comedienne) (track 27)
Russell Brand (track 21)
Dara Ó Briain (tracks 19, 36)
Marcus Brigstocke (comedian) (track 34)
Rob Brydon (tracks 12, 40)
Alan Carr (comedian) (track 14)
Jimmy Carr (comedian) (tracks 12, 33)
Emma Chambers (British actress) (track 38)
Jemaine Clement (track 20)
James Corden (track 3)
Fergus Craig (comedian) (track 24)
Alan Davies (comedian) (track 12)
Jack Dee (comedian) (track 31)
Cat Deeley (track 4)
Hugh Dennis (track 19)
Alan Duncan (MP) (track 34)
Steve Edge (track 24)
Harry Enfield (track 37)
Simon Farnaby (actor) (track 30)
Noel Fielding (comedian from ‘The Mighty Boosh’) (track 30)
Vincent Franklin (voice actor) (track 23)
Dawn French (track 38)
Stephen Fry (English comedian, actor, writer, presenter & activist) (track 12)
Bob Geldof (track 13)
Chris Gernon (director) (track 40)
Ricky Gervais (track 13)
Lenny Henry (track 22)
Harry Hill (UK comedian) (track 10)
Ian Hislop (track 34)
Mathew Horne (actor) (track 3)
Russell Howard (comedian) (tracks 11, 19)
Vanessa Jenkins (track 40)
Luke Joerger (track 40)
Ruth Jones (actress & writer) (tracks 3, 40)
Sir Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 40)
Phill Jupitus (comedian) (track 29)
Chris Lilley (track 17)
Roger Lloyd-Pack (actor) (track 38)
Matt Lucas (comedian / writer) (track 6)
Alex MacQueen (track 32)
Matthew Macfadyen (actor) (track 32)
Lee Mack (track 25)
Andrew Maxwell (comedian) (track 29)
Bret McKenzie (track 20)
Geraldine McQueen (track 4)
Tom Meeten (track 30)
Stephen Merchant (track 13)
Paul Merton (comedian) (track 34)
Ben Miller (actor) (track 28)
David Mitchell (British actor, comedian and writer) (track 8)
Ed Norton (Action Vehicles) (track 40)
Jamie Oliver (chef) (track 13)
Chris O’Dowd (actor) (track 26)
Joanna Page (actress) (track 3)
Katherine Parkinson (actress) (track 26)
Andy Parsons (comedian) (track 19)
Harry Peacock (comedian) (track 24)
Trevor Peacock (track 38)
Andi Peters (track 13)
Lise Rodgers (actress) (track 17)
Michelle Ryan (voice actor) (track 32)
Penny Smith (presenter) (track 29)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 38)
Trudie Styler (track 38)
Dean Swift (artist liaison) (track 40)
Gary Waldhorn (actor) (track 38)
David Walliams (English comedian) (track 6)
Robert Webb (English comedian) (track 8)
Bryn West (track 40)
Paul Whitehouse (comedian) (track 37)
Amy Winehouse (track 29)
Thaila Zucchi (track 24)
Michael McIntyre (comedian) (2006-09-19) (track 5)
Tony Blair (2007) (track 2)
Catherine Tate (2007) (track 2)
Lee Evans (comedian) (2008-10) (track 18)
was directed by:
James Bobin (track 20)
Dominic Brigstocke (director) (track 28)
Elliot Hegarty (director) (track 24)
Armando Iannucci (track 23)
Michael Patrick Jann (actor) (track 6)
David Kerr (director) (track 8)
Paul King (director) (track 30)
Graham Linehan (comedian, actor, director) (track 26)
Ian Lorimer (director) (track 12)
Becky Martin (director) (track 15)
John L. Spencer (director) (track 29)
Russell Thomas (director) (track 16)
Paul Wheeler (director) (tracks 14, 22, 36)
Chris Gernon (director) (track 3)
Paul Wheeler (director) (2006-09-19) (track 5)
Tom Poole (director) (2008-10) (track 18)
writer:
Barry Gibb (track 1)
Maurice Gibb (track 1)
Robin Gibb (track 1)
Robert John Lange (track 4)
publisher:
Crompton Songs (track 1)
Summerhill Songs (track 1)
recorded at:
shot at:
Bloomsbury Theatre in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 11, 25, 33)
arrangement of:
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Elke dag een lach (track 1)
Ich gefall' mir (track 10)
Ik ben happy (track 10)
Me siento hermosa (I Feel Pretty) (West Side Story, Spanish version) (track 10)
Wadden in de zee (track 1)
live partial recording of:
live recording of:
Osama Song (track 7)
part of:
West Side Story (track 10)
partial cover recording of:
partial recording of:
The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23) (track 38)
recording of:
Panis Angelicus (catch-all for arrangements) (track 32)
referred to in medleys:
West Side Story (Peter Riese arrangement) (track 10)

Release

manufactured in:the E.U.
printed in:the EU
distributed by and marketed by:EMI (EMI Records, since 1972)
copyrighted by and phonographic copyright by:EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 2009)
ASIN:UK: B001QXDT80 [info]