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Live Floor Show

Live Floor Show
Genre Stand-up comedy
Sketch comedy
Presented by Greg Hemphill
Dara Ó Briain
Country of origin Scotland
Original language(s) English
No. of series 3
Original channel BBC One Scotland
Original run 2002 (2002) – 2003 (2003)

Live Floor Show was a television comedy show produced by BBC Scotland for three series from 2002–2003. The first two series, hosted by Greg Hemphill, were broadcast on BBC One Scotland.[1] The third series, hosted by Dara Ó Briain, was shown on BBC Two.[1][2]

The programme featured a number of regular acts on one of the three stages at the Queen Margaret Drive studios in Glasgow: Frankie Boyle, Al Murray, Craig Hill, Paul Sneddon, Miles Jupp, and Jim Muir. The show also featured many other well-known guest acts: Bill Bailey, Doug Stanhope, Mackenzie Crook, Des McLean, Craig Charles, Dan Antopolski, Jo Brand, and Matt Blaize.

At the end of each show there was a musical act. One notable appearance was by Robert Plant, on the same night as Bill Bailey.


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