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20190530

Jo Brand hosts the show looking back on all those VIPs who are RIP this week, such as film producer Chip Brockleman, Instagram star Olivia Eating, South African cricketer Janco Van Wijk and sex researcher Virginia Dunt.

VIP RIP is voiced by Jan Ravens, Emma Sidi, Vivienne Acheampong, Daniel Maier, George Fouracres, Michael Bertenshaw and Anil Desai.

It is written by Max Davis, Catherine Brinkworth, Kat Sadler, Madeleine Brettingham and James Kettle.

Producer, Sam Michell

A BBC Studios Production

Jo Brand looks back at the lives of the VIPs who are RIP this week.

Sketch show commemorating the lives of the greatest people who never lived

20190606

Jo Brand hosts the show looking back on all the celebrities who have passed the velvet rope into heaven's VIP section. In this episode she looks back at the life of angry young actor Alan Todd, who was famous for working with (and punching) many of the great stars of stage and screen; teen pop sensation Aimee Ding who was a member of girl band Huge Expression and made the tragic decision to be different; conceptual artist Charlie Brattle; Neville Brewster who wrote the Christmas-stocking staple "Brewster’s Book of Lengths"; and sound engineer Nell Gisbourne who pioneered the playing of slowed-down children’s songs in horror films.

VIP RIP is voiced by Jan Ravens, Emma Sidi, Vivienne Acheampong, Daniel Maier, George Fouracres, Michael Bertenshaw and Anil Desai.

It is written by Max Davis, Sarah Campbell, Daniel Maier, Catherine Brinkworth, Kat Sadler, Madeleine Brettingham and James Kettle.

Producer was Sam Michell

It's a BBC Studios Production

Jo Brand hosts the show looking at all the VIPs who are RIP this week

Sketch show commemorating the lives of the greatest people who never lived

20190613

Jo Brand hosts the show looking back on all the celebrities who have shuffled off the public stage for the final time. In this episode she looks back at the life of pioneering scientist Miriam Diamond whose work was often overlooked in favour of men, unlucky weatherman Brian Clayton, "Godfather of Swing" Dick Valentine, "Nth" Beatle Terry Hillock, and French fashion designer Pippi Oeuf.

VIP RIP is voiced by Rosie Cavaliero, Emma Sidi, Vivienne Acheampong, Daniel Maier, and Daniel Barker.

It is written by Max Davis, Daniel Maier, Madeleine Brettingham and James Kettle.

Producer was Sam Michell

It's a BBC Studios Production

Jo Brand runs down the incredible lives of those who have recently passed away.

Sketch show commemorating the lives of the greatest people who never lived