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The John Bishop Show

The John Bishop Show
Genre Comedy
Presented by John Bishop
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 8 (list of episodes)
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Lola Entertainment
Original channel BBC One
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original release 30 May 2015 (2015-05-30) – present

The John Bishop Show is a British comedy-variety show presented by stand-up comedian John Bishop. The show has aired on BBC One since 30 May 2015.


# Date Guests
1 30 May 2015 Paul Weller, Trevor Noah, James Acaster, Felicity Ward & Beardyman
2 6 June 2015 Jessie Ware, Striking Matches, Chris Ramsey, Zoe Lyons, Funmbi Omotayo, the cast of Riverdance & The Boy With Tape On His Face
3 13 June 2015 Florence + the Machine, Tom Stade, Ellie Taylor, Phil Wang, Parkour Generations & Pete Firman
4 20 June 2015 The Vaccines, The Overtones, Vikki Stone, Hal Cruttenden, Tanyalee Davis, Spark Fire Dance, Jimeoin & Brian Cox
5 27 June 2015 Leona Lewis, Lee Nelson, Alex Edelman, Luisa Omielan, Marcel Lucont, The Tiller Girls & The Courteeners
6 4 July 2015 Rita Ora, James Bay, Nina Conti, Glenn Wool, Nish Kumar & Myra Dubois
7 11 July 2015 Seann Walsh, Doc Brown, Jamali Maddix, Jack Savoretti, Texas, Meow Meow & Cirque Bijou
8 18 July 2015 Andy Askins, Briefs, Jason Byrne, Jo Caulfield, John Newman, Daniel Sloss & Andreya Triana

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