Episode guide

Room 101

Series 4

Room 101

  • Room 101 (4): Ep 1

    The boot's on the other foot as Paul Merton chats to the former host of the programme Nick Hancock. He explains why he detests New Year's Eve and happy people.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 2

    Paul Merton turns the tables on the chat show king. Michael Parkinson explains why he wants to banish teenagers, football mascots and weather forecasts from his life.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 3

    Paul Merton hosts the show that gives celebrity guests the opportunity to dump their pet hates. The late, much-missed Spike Milligan suggests muzak, soap operas and Portsmouth.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 4

    Paul Merton hosts the show which asks celebrities to nominate their least favourite things in the world. Jim Davidson tries to put beach holidays, Motown and the dark into Room 101.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 5

    Celebs' pet hates. Paul Merton talks to political correspondent John Sergeant, who would happily never shop for shoes ever again, and who displays a talent for wry humour.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 6

    Paul Merton chats to Meera Syal, from `The Kumars at Number 42', who includes cockroaches, the skin on rice pudding and youth hostels in her index of hatred.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 7

    Paul Merton lets celebs sound off about their pet hates - or generally just have a good moan. Esther Rantzen wages war on housework, astrology and use of the word `toilet'.

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  • Room 101 (4): Ep 8

    Paul Merton gives celebs the opportunity to rid the world of their pet hates. Julian Clary, daredevil of the double entendre, wages war against boats, the countryside and spitting.

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Room 101

Series 6

Room 101

  • Room 101 (6): Ep 1

    Paul Merton lets magician Paul Daniels sound off about his pet hates and at the top of his list of irritations is TV car show Top Gear. Find out why!

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 2

    Paul Merton chats to US comedian and fishing fanatic Rich Hall about his pet hates, and at the top of his list of irritations is `inapplicable science'. Blimey!

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 3

    Paul Merton lets guests rid the world of their pet hates. Kumar's star Sanjeev Bhaskar takes this literally choosing amongst other things `Skippy the Bush Kangaroo'.

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 4

    Paul Merton chats to jazz singer, world class hedonist and art critic, the eccentrically suited George Melly, whose foremost irritation is boy bands. We can't argue with that!

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 5

    Our ever-genial host Paul Merton is joined by Liza Tarbuck, who puts horn-honking minicabs at the top of her list of pet hates, followed closely by slugs and snot. Charming!

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 6

    Paul Merton invites Lorraine Kelly to nominate pet hates to confine to the oblivion of Room 101. Top of her list is `pedal bin hair'. Really? What else could be on the list?

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 7

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show about pet hates. His guest tonight is the smoothest man on TV, Des Lynam, who talks about teeth, a particular irritation for him.

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 8

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show in which guests are given the chance to banish some of their pet hates. Comic duo Mel and Sue's bugbears include student theatre and PE teachers.

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  • Room 101 (6): Ep 10

    Paul Merton hosts the hilarious pet hates chat show. Stephen Fry, the multi-talented actor, writer and wit nominates late-night discussion shows, but would rather do `Room Lovely'.

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Room 101

Series 7

Room 101

  • Room 101 (7): Ep 1

    Paul Merton chats to the sometimes outrageous comedian and `Shooting Stars' panelist, Johnny Vegas. The often well-refreshed comedian recommends novelty pants for banishment.

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 2

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show in which guests are given the opportunity to rid the world of the things they hate. Fay Ripley's bugbears include horses, champagne and camping.

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 3

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show in which guests are given the opportunity to rid the world of the things they hate. Fay Ripley's bugbears include horses, champagne and camping.

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 4

    Paul Merton invites another celebrity to sound off about their pet hates. This time it's the turn of comedian and writer Alexei Sayle, whose nominations include the general public!

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 5

    Paul Merton chats to legendary TV astronomer and monocled national treasure Patrick Moore who nominates the Archbishop of Canterbury and tiny-voiced female radio announcers.

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 6

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show about pet hates. In Michael Grade's case, he actually did consign Doctor Who to the TV dustbin when he was the Beeb chief executive in the 1980s!

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 7

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show about pet hates. In Michael Grade's case, he actually did consign Doctor Who to the TV dustbin when he was the Beeb chief executive in the 1980s!

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  • Room 101 (7): Ep 8

    Paul Merton hosts the show about things we love to hate. Star of `The Office' and `Extras', Ricky Gervais chooses children in restaurants and Children in Need. Is a theme emerging?

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Room 101

Series 2

Room 101

  • Room 101 (2): Ep 1

    Richard Wilson steps out of Victor Meldrew's shadow to talk to Nick Hancock about the things he hates the most including trainspotters, pipe-smokers and `Gardener's Question Time'.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 2

    Frank Skinner (without his mate Dave) talks to Nick Hancock about the things he hates the most, including Action Man, Shakespeare, and his flatmate's cat, Chairman Miaow.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 3

    Caroline Quentin leaves that badly behaved Gary at home and tells Nick Hancock about the things she hates most, including rats, home perms, weather forecasters and big bras.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 4

    Nick Hancock gives scouser comedian Jimmy Tarbuck the opportunity to rant about the things he hates most including DIY, sports commentators and Australian television programmes.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 5

    Nick Hancock asks actor and general good egg Richard E Grant about the things he hates most including cinema audiences, maths teachers and `Food and Drink' presenter Jilly Goolden.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 6

    Nick Hancock bravely asks feminist legend Germaine Greer - a woman not backwards about coming forwards - about the things she hates most - Celebrity Big Brother?

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 7

    Nick Hancock asks Angus Deayton about the things he hates most - tabloid press possibly? He chooses amongst other things West Highland terriers, the 1960s and cricket.

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  • Room 101 (2): Ep 8

    Nick Hancock asks Terry Christian, the bloke off The Word, about the things he hates most, including Blue Peter, public schoolboys and the USA.

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Room 101

Series 3

Room 101

  • Room 101 (3): Ep 1

    Nick Hancock talks to`Top Gear' presenter and petrolhead Jeremy Clarkson about the things he hates the most, which include vegetarians, `Last of the Summer Wine' and caravans.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 2

    Nick Hancock talks to Men Behaving Badly's Neil Morrissey about the things he most dislikes. These include the Bay City Rollers, 1970s game show 3-2-1 and American football.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 3

    Nick Hancock talks to that epitome of Irish charm Terry Wogan about the things he most dislikes including EastEnders, Eric Cantona, and, funnily enough his own TV chat show.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 4

    Nick Hancock talks to Alan Davies - star of BBC1's `Jonathan Creek'- about the things that get up his nose including posh people talking, live TV, birds in cages and Liverpool.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 5

    Chris Tarrant chats to Nick Hancock about the things he most dislikes. The DJ and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire host consigns clowns, Sooty and opera to oblivion. Surely not Sooty!

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 6

    Nick Hancock chats to comedian, broadcaster and ex-`Buzzcocks' chairman Mark Lamarr about his dislikes. These include men's toilets, subtitled films and the YMCA dance.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 7

    Nick Hancock talks to comedian and Radio 4 and Grumpy Old Men regular Arthur Smith about his pet hates, which include skiing and dinner parties.

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  • Room 101 (3): Ep 8

    Nick Hancock talks to Shooting Star Ulrika Jonsson who reveals her pet hates to include Yorkshire terriers, school hockey matches and a photo of herself on a potty.

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Room 101

Series 1

Room 101

  • Room 101 (1): Ep 1

    In the very first programme of the popular series, the late Bob Monkhouse tells Nick Hancock about the things he most reviles. These include, incredibly, `The Golden Shot'.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 2

    Ian Hislop talks to Nick Hancock about the people, places and programmes he hates the most, including `Truly, Madly, Deeply', men with beards and `Postman Pat'.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 3

    More moaning celebs as Nick Hancock talks to Jo Brand, who detests `The Magic Roundabout', the Mona Lisa, and the year 1975. Find out why!

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 4

    Comedy gold! A chance for celebs to divulge their pet hates as Nick Hancock talks to the late, great Peter Cook who lists the countryside, Gracie Fields and pet rabbits.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 5

    Nick Hancock splits David Baddiel from his mate Frank and asks him about what he hates most. These include `Tomorrow's World', the FA Cup draw and his own Bar Mitzvah photograph.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 6

    Tony Slattery (whatever happened to him?) lists British hotels, `Our Tune' with Simon Bates and the Snoopy cartoon strip as some of his all time pet hates. Hosted by Nick Hancock.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 7

    Nick Hancock invites actress/writer/comedienne/broadcaster and general good egg Maureen Lipman to try and confine leggings, `The Word', and `Dixon of Dock Green' to oblivion.

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  • Room 101 (1): Ep 8

    Professional cockney sparrow Danny Baker talks to Nick Hancock about the people, places and programmes he hates the most, including Eurodisney, `Casualty', and pub grub.

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Room 101

Series 5

Room 101

  • Room 101 (5): Ep 1

    Paul Merton hosts the chat show where celebs can dispose of their least-liked things. National treasure Kathy Burke wages war against mobile phones and Jeffrey Archer. Fair enough!

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 2

    Comic genius Paul Merton hosts the show where guests divulge their pet hates. Former England football manager Terry Venables lists journalists and working-class snobs.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 3

    Deadpan surrealist Paul Merton asks comedian, musician and Klingon/Troll hybrid Bill Bailey to list his pet hates, which include bras and the theme to a popular cop show.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 4

    Paul Merton helps larger-than-life comedian and Never Mind the Buzzcocks team captain Phill Jupitus unburden himself of his worst nightmares, which include cat lovers and fast food.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 5

    Paul Merton interviews another celebrity on the subject of their least favourite things. Janet Street-Porter disposes of Ken Livingstone and household pets.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 6

    Paul Merton hosts the lighthearted chat show in which guests rid the world of their pet hates. Mo Mowlam consigns wigs, lawyers and green slime to the dustbin.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 7

    Modern-day Swiftian satirist, decadent journalist and Grumpy Old Man Will Self chooses to consign trainers and cheese footballs to limbo. Paul Merton pulls the lever.

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  • Room 101 (5): Ep 8 - Jonathan Ross

    Paul Merton gives `Wossy' the chance to condemn some of his bugbears. Jonathan Ross's choices include the Royal Family abroad, dodgy gadgets... and dogs' lips!

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Room 101

Series 1

Room 101

  • Hilary Devey, Alistair McGowan, Josh Groban

    Jokester judge Frank Skinner asks Dragon's Den's Hilary Devey, comic Alistair McGowan and singer Josh Groban to vent their spleens. Don't take offence, footy fans or pet owners.

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  • Greg Wallace, Sarah Millican, Gabby Logan

    MasterChef's Gregg Wallace, comic Sarah Millican and presenter Gabby Logan cajole host Frank Skinner into binning their pet peeves - including BBQs and sales assistants - forever.

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  • Fern Britton, Robert Webb, Danny Baker

    Frank Skinner takes charge of the revamped show as Fern Britton, Robert Webb and Danny Baker persuade him to banish their pet hates. Just don't suggest West Brom or the ukulele.

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  • Larry Lamb, Lauren Leverne, David O'Doherty

    Larry Lamb, Lauren Laverne and David O'Doherty attempt to consign fancy dress, fake tan and cold callers - among other things - to the dustbin of history. Frank Skinner hosts.

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  • Alice Cooper, Chris Tarrant, Chris Packham

    Alice Cooper, Chris Tarrant and Chris Packham defend their dislike of balloon sculptures, insurance ads and Chris Moyles. But which will host Frank Skinner dump into Room 101?

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  • Jamelia, Germaine Greer, Ross Noble

    Text speak, actors, fun runs and baggage carousels: all annoyances Frank Skinner has to deliberate over as Jamelia, Germaine Greer and Ross Noble reveal what irritates them so.

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  • Micky Flanagan, Rebecca Front, Lord Prescott

    Frank Skinner invites Micky Flanagan, Rebecca Front and Lord Prescott to rid the world of their pet hates and peeves, including Americanisms, air fresheners and school ties.

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  • Nick Hewer, Carol Vorderman, Rhod Gilbert

    Witty panel show. Comedian Rhod Gilbert, The Apprentice's Nick Hewer and presenter Carol Vorderman implore Frank Skinner to rid the world of holidays, tracksuits and Facebook.

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Room 101

Series 2

Room 101

  • Miranda Hart/John Craven/Reggie Yates

    Top laughs as Countryfile's John Craven, DJ Reggie Yates and comic Miranda Hart cajole Frank Skinner into ridding the world of spitting, false nails, headsets and smartphones.

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  • Victoria Coren/Phil Tufnell/Terry Wogan

    Frank Skinner hosts as Victoria Coren Mitchell, Phil Tufnell and the late Terry Wogan let rip into their pet peeves. No prizes for guessing who suggests Aussie cricketers...

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  • Greg Davies/Ben Fogle/Janet Street-Porter

    Cranky celebs Greg Davies, Ben Fogle and Janet Street-Porter get it off their chests as they try to coax Frank Skinner into banishing their pet hates to the Orwellian chamber.

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  • Jason Manford/Paloma Faith/Deborah Meaden

    Paloma Faith, Jason Manford and Deborah Meaden are proper irked by jobsworths, people in lifts and 'smart casual'. Will Frank Skinner dispatch their bugbears to Room 101?

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  • Cilla Black/Hugh Dennis/Mel Giedroyc

    The ever-witty panel show. Frank Skinner challenges Cilla Black, Hugh Dennis and Mel Giedroyc to argue the case for ridding the world of knickers, rhubarb and vending machines.

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  • Clive Anderson/Alex Jones/Jack Whitehall

    Deer, seagulls and metrosexuality. All annoyances Clive Anderson, Alex Jones and Jack Whitehall could do without. But only Frank Skinner has the power to banish them for good!

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  • Bill Turnbull/Ben Miller/Jo Brand

    Jo Brand, Ben Miller and Bill Turnbull reveal their irrational irritants, including low-rise jeans, sneezing, shoelaces and vampire films. Frank Skinner is the voice of reason.

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  • Craig Revel Horwood/Sheila Hancock/Jon Richardson

    Fat darts players, ladies' toilets and dancing are among the bizarre bugbears suggested to host Frank Skinner by guests Craig Revel Horwood, Sheila Hancock and Jon Richardson.

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Series 3

Room 101

  • Richard Osman; Joan Bakewell; Roisin Conaty

    Richard Osman, Joan Bakewell and Roisin Conaty coax Frank Skinner into ridding the world of their bugbears, including cobblers, Bambi and selfies. The latter gets our vote.

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  • Henning Wehn, Caroline Quentin and Michael Ball

    Frank Skinner hosts as crotchety guests Henning Wehn, Michael Ball and Caroline Quentin hope to banish the royals, junk mail and clairvoyants to Orwell's eponymous chamber.

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  • Lee Mack, Dave Myers and Ruby Wax

    Lee Mack, Dave Myers and Ruby Wax vent their spleens as they reveal to host Frank Skinner what really grinds their gears: Top Gear, wigs and even one of their own mums!

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  • Miles Jupp, Vernon Kay and Kelly Hoppen

    Frank Skinner hosts the revamped panel show. Miles Jupp, Vernon Kay and Kelly Hoppen badger Frank to pull the Room 101 lever on loud noises, litterbugs and weak handshakes.

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  • Josh Widdicombe, Sara Cox and Aled Jones

    The usually very nice Josh Widdicombe, Sara Cox and Aled Jones get het up about Devon, dill and scorpions as they implore host Frank Skinner to eradicate their pet peeves.

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  • Adam Hills, Gyles Brandreth and Melanie C

    Mel C, Gyles Brandreth and Adam Hills are the celebrities getting shirty in the prickly panel show. Frank Skinner gets to decide if toothpaste and abs should be done away with.

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  • Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Charles Dance and Andi Osh

    Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Andi Osho and Charles Dance join host Frank Skinner. Pasties, online dating and one very prominent Tory are among the nominations for the drop...

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  • Sue Perkins, Bruno Tonioli and Steve Jones

    The popular panel show in which irked celebs urge host Frank Skinner to banish the banes of their lives forever. Sue Perkins, Bruno Tonioli and Steve Jones join Frank here.

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Room 101

Series 4

Room 101

  • Ronni Ancona, Len Goodman, Tim Vine

    Frank Skinner has his arm on the lever as punslinger Tim Vine, Strictly's Len Goodman and impressionist Ronni Ancona press him to dump karaoke DJs, foreign food and small talk.

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  • Jack Dee, Gary Lineker, Fay Ripley

    Celebs reveal their pet peeves. Grumpy Jack Dee presumably has a huge list, while Fay Ripley stirs things up by nominating footy pundits - Gary Lineker is also on the show!

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  • Fiona Bruce, Ray Mears, Katherine Ryan

    What could anyone have against bread, caravans and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini? Katherine Ryan, Fiona Bruce and Ray Mears rationalise their pet peeves to host Frank Skinner.

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  • Alexander Armstrong, Henry Blofeld, Dame Kelly Holmes

    What not-so-dear old things will cricket legend Henry Blofeld offer up to the Orwellian chamber? Alexander Armstrong and Kelly Holmes also vent their spleens to Frank Skinner.

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  • Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Ross, Michael Vaughan

    Jonathan Ross, Sara Pascoe and Michael Vaughan join Frank Skinner to kick up a stink. The witty panel show guests get their teeth into denouncing snails, time and Luis Suarez!

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  • Victoria Coren Mitchell, Warwick Davis, Dr. Christian Jessen

    Dr Christian Jessen, Victoria Coren Mitchell and Warwick Davis join Frank Skinner on the prickly panel show. Hear why doctors, 007 and people who send emails are the pits!

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  • Bob Mortimer, Brendan O'Carroll, Rachel Riley

    Panel show wit and whinges. Rachel Riley is riled by the Essex girl stereotype, Bob Mortimer mortified at food in bacon and Brendan O'Carroll Brown-ed off with pedal bins.

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  • Adrian Chiles, Jameela Jamil, Des O'Connor

    Frank Skinner is joined by West Brom-supporting comrade Adrian Chiles for the peevish panel show. Fellow guests Jameela Jamil and Des O'Connor decry loud eaters and panto.

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Room 101

Series 5

Room 101

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    The merits of sushi, queuing, pigeons and lateness are up for debate as Frank Skinner hears what irritates Aisling Bea, David Tennant, and finally, Sir Trevor McDonald.

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  • Room 101

    We can understand Heston Blumenthal's foodie dislikes. But why does Kirsty Wark hate plastic flowers and what does James Acaster have against geese? Frank Skinner hosts.

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    Katie Price is a left-field choice of guest alongside Adil Ray and Greg Davies on the witty panel show. Host Frank Skinner hears why parking, beards and ketchup are lousy.

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    Joanna Scanlan, Noel Fielding and Ian Wright vent their spleens as they reveal to host Frank Skinner what really gets their goat: bad toast etiquette, hangovers and Grease.

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  • Room 101

    West Brom fan Frank Skinner finds out what twists Shaun Ryder's melon: football talk! Sam Simmons and Meera Syal also elaborate on why whistling and makeover shows irk them so.

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  • Room 101

    Host Frank Skinner has the deciding vote as Claudia Winkleman, John Humphrys and Russell Kane campaign for skiing, whooping audiences and fussy eaters to be banished forever.

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    The Kardashians, management talk and politicians are all perfectly valid suggestions for the Orwellian chamber. Robert Peston, Bridget Christie and Greg James air their gripes.

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    It's quite alright - encouraged, even - to be a cranky guest on Frank Skinner's hit panel show. Katherine Parkinson, Russell Howard and John Torode share their bizarre bugbears.

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Series 6

Room 101

  • Room 101 (17)

    Catherine Tate, Rylan Clark-Neal and Nigel Havers reveal to Frank Skinner their pet peeves, including hipster restaurants, set-up paparazzi shoots - and Jeremy Corbyn.

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    Frank Skinner hosts the witty show in which celebs reveal their bizarre bugbears. David Mitchell, Judy Murray and Anita Rani are riled by sugar lumps, sniffing and clutter.

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    The hit panel show that's way funnier than those people who show you viral videos - folk Joe Lycett really hates. Ricky Wilson and Zoe Lyons bemoan bin day and escalators.

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    Frank Skinner lends a sympathetic ear as celebs get crabby. Ross Kemp, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Rob Beckett are waspish about snobby shop assistants, seating plans and teeth.

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    Judge Rinder is not the man in charge for once, as he and fellow guests Lucy Porter and Romesh Ranganathan cajole Frank Skinner into ridding the world of their pet peeves.

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  • Room 101 (17)

    Frank Skinner's radio wingman Alun Cochrane joins Richard Ayoade and Gabby Logan on the witty panel show. Half-and-half football scarves are rightfully up for nomination.

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  • Room 101 (17)

    Nicola Adams, Frankie Boyle and Diane Morgan decry winter clothes, atheists and magicians. The witty panel show gets all existential as one guest nominates 'life itself'!

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    The Orwellian chamber is set for another deluge of irritants as Rob Delaney, Davina McCall and Laurence Fox grumble to host Frank Skinner about cats and hand sanitiser.

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Series 18

Room 101

  • 1, Room 101 (18)

    Satirist Charlie Brooker, presenter Scarlett Moffatt and actress Pearl Mackie express their anger over individuals, events and objects that upset them.

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    Comedian Alex Brooker, journalist Jeremy Paxman and actress Sally Phillips express gripes including positive thinking, tourist attractions and former prime minister David Cameron.

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    Comedian Jimmy Carr, writer Steven Moffat and singer Rochelle Humes express gripes including sandy beaches, other people's opinions and being Scottish.

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    Frank Skinner invites Vicky McClure, Sandi Toksvig and Josh Widdicombe to express personal gripes that include real ale, hotel leaflets and coat hangers.

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    Stephen Mangan, Phil Wang and Holly Walsh discuss their pet hates, which include The Archers, having a bath and being friendly with an aerobics instructor.

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    Frank Skinner invites Roisin Conaty, Chris Kamara and Nish Kumar to share their personal gripes, which include bread at restaurants, downloading music and ex-partners.

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    Frank Skinner invites Katherine Ryan, Geri Horner and Adam Buxton to share their gripes, which include phone calls, pens that fail to work properly and marathons.

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    Frank Skinner invites Bill Bailey, Una Stubbs and Alice Levine to share their pet hates, including taramasalata, people who talk too loudly and drama cliches.

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    Fast-moving game show meets talk show, which sees Frank Skinner refereeing three celebrities as they compete to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101.

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