The Tim Vine Chat Show

Episodes

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0120160630 (BBC7)
20160707 (BBC7)
20160708 (BBC7)

Tim talks to a death-defying parachutist and tells at least two jokes about chickens.

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

In this first episode of the series Tim talks to a death-defying parachutist, hears about a hair-raising brush with a Royal Protection Officer and tells at least two jokes about chickens.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0120160630

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

In this first episode of the series Tim talks to a death-defying parachutist, hears about a hair-raising brush with a Royal Protection Officer and tells at least two jokes about chickens.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

02
0220160707 (BBC7)
20160714 (BBC7)
20160715 (BBC7)

Tim meets a secretary and sings an imaginary country song.

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark mirthful wordplay and preposterous songs.

This week's show comes from the Wakefield Theatre Royal where Tim meets a secretary and sings an imaginary country song.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

02Summer Extra Special20180821

Tim Vine presents the chat show where the great British public are the stars.

Tim Vine interviews audience members and showcases his trademark wordplay and silly songs.

Recorded at the famous Pavilion Theatre on Cromer Pier, Tim Vine brings his own brand of sunshine to Radio 4 with the "SummerTim Special" of his acclaimed Chat Show. Seaside one-liners and songs abound as Tim rolls up his trousers, has a paddle and talks at crossed porpoises with the people of Norfolk.

Broadcast includes a man with an interesting collecting hobby and a song about a metronome.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

02The Tim Vine Christmas Chat Show2016122620170102 (BBC7)
20170103 (BBC7)
20170101 (R4)

Tim Vine and the British public offer up a sleigh-full of Yuletide jokes.

Fresh from a critically acclaimed Radio 4 debut in 2016 ("A delightful show full of laugh-out-loud moments in which Vine's razor sharp wit and warmth shine through" Radio Times) The Tim Vine Chat Show returns for a one-off Christmas Special. Polish off your Boxing Day leftovers and tune in for an early evening treat as Tim talks to the Great British Public about their favourite Christmas memories.

Expect a brand new house band taking over from The Conkers ("they had a string of hits") and some more preposterous games to play along with at home. The guests (who are plucked from the audience on the night of recording) include a former air hostess from the land of Santa Claus, a budding Widow Twanky and a man with a nail-biting story about brussels sprouts.

Join internationally acclaimed stand-up Tim for the one sure-fire way of topping up your quota of cracker jokes this Christmas.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

02The Tim Vine Christmas Chat Show2016122620170101 (R4)

Tim Vine and the British public offer up a sleigh-full of Yuletide jokes.

Fresh from a critically acclaimed Radio 4 debut in 2016 ("A delightful show full of laugh-out-loud moments in which Vine's razor sharp wit and warmth shine through" Radio Times) The Tim Vine Chat Show returns for a one-off Christmas Special. Polish off your Boxing Day leftovers and tune in for an early evening treat as Tim talks to the Great British Public about their favourite Christmas memories.

Expect a brand new house band taking over from The Conkers ("they had a string of hits") and some more preposterous games to play along with at home. The guests (who are plucked from the audience on the night of recording) include a former air hostess from the land of Santa Claus, a budding Widow Twanky and a man with a nail-biting story about brussels sprouts.

Join internationally acclaimed stand-up Tim for the one sure-fire way of topping up your quota of cracker jokes this Christmas.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

03
0320160714 (BBC7)
20160721 (BBC7)
20160722 (BBC7)

Tim has a job interview and an encounter with an anaconda.

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

This week, a job interview for Tim and an encounter with an anaconda.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0320160714

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

This week, a job interview for Tim and an encounter with an anaconda.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0320160714

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

This week, a job interview for Tim and an encounter with an anaconda.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

04
0420160721 (BBC7)
20160728 (BBC7)
20160729 (BBC7)

The series' last show features a mysterious job in a reservoir and a quiz about trifle.

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

The last show in the current series features a mysterious job in a reservoir and a quiz about trifle.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0420160721

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

The last show in the current series features a mysterious job in a reservoir and a quiz about trifle.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0420160721

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

The last show in the current series features a mysterious job in a reservoir and a quiz about trifle.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

01012016063020170108 (R4)

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

In this first episode of the series Tim talks to a death-defying parachutist, hears about a hair-raising brush with a Royal Protection Officer and tells at least two jokes about chickens.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

01012016063020170108 (R4)

A new show from the internationally acclaimed master of the one-liner Tim Vine sees Tim interview members of his live audience as he embarks on a quest to hear the life stories of the Great British public while simultaneously showcasing his trademark gleeful wordplay and preposterous songs.

In this first episode of the series Tim talks to a death-defying parachutist, hears about a hair-raising brush with a Royal Protection Officer and tells at least two jokes about chickens.

Producer: Richard Morris

A BBC Studios Production.

0201London20170919 (BBC7)

Tim finds himself confronted by a man with an interesting technique for warding off foxes.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 1 he's in London where he finds himself confronted by a man with an interesting technique for warding off foxes and an office worker who was inadvertently responsible for half of Welwyn Garden City being closed to the public. There's also a song about allergies.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0201London20170912

Tim finds himself confronted by a man with an interesting technique for warding off foxes.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 1 he's in London where he finds himself confronted by a man with an interesting technique for warding off foxes and an office worker who was inadvertently responsible for half of Welwyn Garden City being closed to the public. There's also a song about allergies.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0202Torquay20170926 (BBC7)

Tim visits Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay, where the seaside crowd sing a song about a box.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 2 Tim visits the legendary Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay where the seaside crowd sing a song about a box and a local laughter yoga teacher leads an impromptu workshop.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0202Torquay20170919

Tim visits Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay, where the seaside crowd sing a song about a box.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 2 Tim visits the legendary Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay where the seaside crowd sing a song about a box and a local laughter yoga teacher leads an impromptu workshop.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0203Birmingham20170926

The chat show with a twist where the British public are the stars.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 3 Tim takes the Chat Show wagon to Birmingham where there are some alarm bells after a high-stakes game about the disposal of confidential documents.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0203Birmingham2017092620171003 (BBC7)

The chat show with a twist where the British public are the stars.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 3 Tim takes the Chat Show wagon to Birmingham where there are some alarm bells after a high-stakes game about the disposal of confidential documents.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0204Abergavenny20171003

The chat show with a twist where the British public are the stars.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In episode 4 Tim is in Wales at the Borough Theatre in Abergavenny. Dramatic events come in the form of an anecdote about a haunted hotel and a warship trying to do a three-point turn.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0205North Berwick20171010

A pie-seller and a man undergoing some unusual physiotherapy provide the entertainment.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

This week Tim visits Scotland and the St Andrew Blackadder church in North Berwick. A pie-seller and a man undergoing some unusual physiotherapy provide the entertainment and Tim leads a maritime sing-a-long.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0206Greenwich20171017

Tim chats to a museum curator about airport security and sings a song about cake and milk.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In this the final episode of the series Tim chats to a museum curator about airport security and there's a song about cake and milk.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

0206Greenwich20171024

Tim chats to a museum curator about airport security and sings a song about cake and milk.

Tim Vine has been travelling the length and breadth of this fair land to not only uncover the best stories of the Great British public but also to take every possible opportunity to tell a ridiculous joke and sing a preposterous song along the way.

In this the final episode of the series Tim chats to a museum curator about airport security and there's a song about cake and milk.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.