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- All hail to the ale, and a white wine for the ladies
- Me, Myself, and I
BIG BOB, TO THE JUNGLE !!!
Well, You Fucking Beautiful British People.....
Thats's us Finished The Happy Hour, Series 3....... And what a series it was. If you missed any of the episodes, catch up at:
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Al Murray Should Be Making a return In March, So we'll Keep You Posted.
"Anetta...Beautiful British Name...."
"Where Would We Be Without Rules....?"
Good Bye and God Bless (He Definatly Was British)
Season 3 Episode 1
New series. The Pub Landlord returns for more comedy, music and celebrity guests, beginning with outgoing ITV1 presenter Fiona Phillips, Genesis legend Phil Collins and Life on Mars star Philip Glenister. Music is supplied by Nineties boy band New Kids on the Block, performing in Britain for the first time in 15 years
Season 3 Episode 2
The Pub Landlord welcomes Emmy award-winning actor Ted Danson and newsreader Mark Austin also drops in for a chat. Plus, a visit from Loose Women Coleen Nolan and Jane McDonald. R'n'B performer Estelle performs her latest release in addition to her pick from Queen's back catalogue
Season 3 Episode 3
The Pub Landlord chats to Jack Osbourne about his new Celebrity Adrenaline Junkie series. Pop-rockers McFly are in the studio as their new album Radio:Active goes on general release and Al also talks to American burlesque artist Dita Von Teese. Plus, indie band the Kooks perform a couple of songs, including a Queen classic
Season 3 Episode 4
Classical singer Katherine Jenkins, former Spice Girl Melanie C and presenter Tara Palmer-Tomkinson exchange banter with the Pub Landlord. Music is provided by Grammy Award-winning American soul singer John Legend
Season 3 Episode 5
Comedian-turned-fashionista Dawn French and How to Look Good Naked presenter Gok Wan drop by to swap style tips and exchange banter with the Pub Landlord. Plus, Wire in the Blood star Robson Green discusses the latest series of the crime drama. Brit Award-winning group Sugababes provide the music
Season 3 Episode 6
The Pub Landlord's guests include actor Joanna Lumley, fresh from her victorious campaign on behalf of Ghurka servicemen hoping to spend their retirement years in Britain. Also joining him are Desperate Housewives star Jesse Metcalfe and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Rachel Stevens. Welsh rockers Stereophonics provide the music, including the obligatory Queen cover
Season 3 Episode 7
Countdown presenter Des O'Connor reveals his plans for when he leaves the show at the end of the year. Cilla Black chats about the re-release of her early albums to mark 45 years in showbusiness and looks forward to appearing in panto to round off Liverpool's year as City of Culture. This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield also appears on the show. Last in the series.
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8 London The O2 Arena
1 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
29 Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
26 Manchester Apollo
25 Manchester Apollo
24 Manchester Apollo
22 Cardiff International Arena
17 Glasgow SECC
15 Birmingham NIA
14 Birmingham NIA
8 Jersey Fort Regent Leisure Centre
6 Carlisle Sands Centre
5 Stoke Regents Theatre
4 Edinburgh Festival Theatre
3 Preston Guildhall
2 Southport Floral Hall
28 Dublin National Stadium
27 Belfast Waterfront Hall
26 Belfast Waterfront Hall
25 North Wales Theatre (Venue Cymru)
22 Oxford New Theatre
21 Eastbourne Congress
20 Sheffield City Hall
19 Newcastle City Hall
18 Hull City Hall
14 Brighton Dome
13 Portsmouth Guildhall
12 Harrogate International Centre
11 Aberdeen His Majesty's Theatre
8 Bristol Hippodrome
7 Bournemouth Pavilions
6 Plymouth Pavillions
5 Cardiff St David's Hall
4 Cambridge Corn Exchange
1 Sunderland Empire
28 Manchester Apollo
27 Blackburn King Georges Hall
26 Leicester De Montfort Hall
24 Bradford St George's Hall
23 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
22 Liverpool Empire
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Born: Some time in 1968, on the stairs by where they keep the crisps. His mother, Dorothy, is vague about the Guv'nor's birthday but she knows that it was "before they put that bloke on the moon, and after the Beatles went off the boil".
Height: 6' 3". Says the Guv'nor: "That's right, I measure my height in feet and inches, but will they arrest me and make me a metric martyr? Come on Brussels, I'll see you in Court!"
Formative years: For the first four years of his life the Guv'nor played by the roaring blue gas fire in the snug bar with a whippet and a greyhound - Princess and Lightning - and on occasion was heard to call the dogs Mummy and Daddy. "To this day I find it hard not to roll around on the carpet with my legs in the air when someone tickles my tummy."
First memory: From when he was two and a half years old, tripping up in the snug and banging his head against a horse brass, for three years the Guv'nor had a reverse image of a shire horse on his forehead. "You could make out the hooves and everything."
Favourite colour: Red white and blue. "But only if arranged in a complicated series of crosses and diagonals, not in three stripes like on the French flag."
First love: Lager. Flirted with bitter, but came back to the gold stuff after about four months of gastric complications. "Beer - the reason many of us are here, after all."
Best friend: Terry Brooks, aged 46, regular drinker. "My best mate in all the world and a man you can rely on to make your pub break-even week in week out."
Education: Aged eleven, the Guv'nor gained a scholarship to attend Landlord Academy, for his seven year training as a fully qualified Publican. Here he honed his skills. The Academy, set up by Thackeray's Brewery as the bequest Chairman Lord Dunstan-Powling [d.1933] in 1934 to preserve British and Imperial standards of Hostelry and Victualling, offers a full time residential course for promising boys or the sons of busy publicans - covering every aspect of Pub management. Landlord Academy -which has recently merged with PubTech - boasts the rare honour of being the only college in the country that has not been made a university. "No one pours a pint like an Academy man - you can see it in the way he tilts the glass."
Family: The Landlord's father died when he was forty five, his allotted two score years and five complete, a lifetime of pints poured and Ploughmen lunched. Otherwise the Guv'nor's closest family is his Uncle Barry who runs The Swan by the canal, who over the years has been like a father to the Guv'nor, offering advice and helping to get the Guv membership of the Grand Order of The Barstewards, and his mother, Dorothy, who is in the Beverley Gardens White Rose Retirement Home - the previous three homes having burned down. Wife - divorced - now living in Italy [whereabouts uncertain] with Hans, the Guv'nor of Die Achtung Spitfeur, a pub in Berlin. She had previously been living with Marcel, the Guv'nor of La Tete du Roi in Paris. She has with him the Landlord's son Carlsberg [born 1994], whom the Guv'nor has not seen in six years. " I miss my boy that's all."
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