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The Catherine Tate Comic Relief Special - Limited Edition (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) [2007] [DVD]

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  • Actors: Catherine Tate, Daniel Craig, David Tennant, Lenny Henry, Tony Blair
  • Format: Colour, DTS Surround Sound, PAL, Digital Sound
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Comic Relief
  • DVD Release Date: 23 April 2007
  • Run Time: 34 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O75ETG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,475 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The official Catherine Tate DVD of the 2007 Comic Relief TV show. Laugh your socks off as legendary characters Nan, Lauren and more join forces with Tony Blair, Noel Edmunds, Daniel Craig, David Tennant and Lenny Henry for an unforgettable experience. The disc features all the hilarious sketches as shown on the night, and at least £2 per DVD goes to Comic Relief.

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Charlie and Lola Comic Relief Book - Lola really extremely likes chocolate! But Lola is sure that it comes from the shops, so Charlie tells his little sister all about her favourite treat - where it really comes from and how it is made. With an interactive sticker activity page and two sheets of stickers, you can create your very own supermarket scene, help Charlie and Lola with their shopping and learn all about fair trade. £2 from the sale of each book goes to Comic Relief.

Walk This Way [Single]: Sugababes VS Girls Aloud - The official single for Red Nose Day 2007 - sung by Girls Aloud and Sugababes - a cover of Run-DMC and Aerosmith's version of the song. Don’t get in the way of these two femme fatale forces of British pop music, as they bring you their inimitable version of the 80s hit. At least 50p of the sale of each CD goes to Comic Relief.

The npower Book of Light: The Nation's Top 100 Light Bulb Jokes as judged by Lenny Henry - The country's definitive collection of light bulb jokes, as nominated by members of the public and voted by Lenny Henry and npower. Selecting the top 100 involved a lot of healthy debate, as well as laughs, and the final collection includes everything from WAGs to James Bond to Take That, as well as some old classics. £2 from the sale of each book goes to Comic Relief.

Jamie's Little Book of Big Treats - 'The Big Comic Relief Bake-Up' includes recipes for Fruity Flapjacks, and Bloomin' Brilliant Brownies. With the next lot of recipes, you can get everyone involved, have a laugh in the kitchen, then sit down and enjoy the lovely food you have cooked - together. Recipes include The Ultimate Burger and Chips, and American Pancakes. Lovely jubbly. £3 from the sale of each book goes to Comic Relief.

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Comic Relief - you can make a big difference
Since it began, Comic Relief has raised more than £425 million. Of this total, a massive £355 million has been raised through Comic Relief’s 10 Red Nose Days. Here are five fundraising facts:

1. Out of the total money raised from Red Nose Day, 60% is spent in Africa and 40% is spent here in the UK.
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Red Nose Day cash has supported nearly 6,000 projects across the UK. From Aberystwyth to Aberdeen and Ballymena to Brighton, a lot of vulnerable people’s lives have changed for the better.
3.
Just £20 can buy clothes and toys for children who have nothing after fleeing their home with their mum because of domestic violence.
4.
Over 1,500 projects across 40 African countries have received funding with cash raised through Red Nose Day. This cash is making a huge difference to people and communities across the continent.
5.
£50 can pay the school fees of 2 children living in extreme poverty in Ethiopia, for a whole year. An education gives them the best chance to escape the poverty they face and look forward to a brighter future.

Visit the official Comic Relief website for more information and to make a donation.

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Catherine Tate's special sketches for Comic Relief are excellent, the standouts being: Lauren meeting Tony Blair (who gives a good performance!); Nan's chaotic appearance on Deal or No Deal; and Lauren locking horns with new teacher David Tennant. While the novelty appeal of Lauren is wearing off, the character shines in the two sketches she appears in, as there is a great twist on the 'Am I bovvered?' catchphrase. The Daniel Craig sketch could have been better, but Lenny Henry meeting the charitable office worker is hilarious. This is a great buy, and Catherine Tate has created sketches which reflect the two key aims of Comic Relief: raising money for charity while having a laugh!
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Catherine Tate is a comedienne who enjoys having multi persona in her show, which is to the style of Harry Enfield and Chums, no real order, but funny all the same. For 30mins a week, we got laughs from many of her usual sketches and a few one off's - like the dog trainer who's rather crazy.

Some of the best characters in this are the guy who cannot stand being called gay ("who dear me dear no dear"), the grandma who can't keep a lid on her nasty side; the silly woman who's gullible on the internet and marries a death row inmate and of course that funny sketch about the woman working in the wig salon, some of the funniest moments come from this.

There's some really good observations by Catherine though; like the restaurant waitress who does those stupid things you often find in themed places ("Table 3 wants Boogie Dogs *silly music*") and of course Lauren who's supposed to be based on a real teenager - she seems to have got the annoyance they can often give others, and the slang is just funny. There's also the office worker annoying that poor woman next to her with those guessing games, how many of us have people like that in our lives?

Some really annoying things - that Irish woman who keeps saying "he's a gay man now", it's one of her worst sketches; the one where a red headed woman is taken to a special refuge, thought that was really stupid and some moments in series 3 show that Catherine was really ready to stop making the show, as she was showing signs of running out of material.

This is a good show though, really funny, the gran has me in stitches, so yes, repetitive comedy can be good, like the likes of Enfield, Whitehouse, Bishop, Novak, Taylor and many others who've made very repetitive jokes lately.
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Catherine Tate's contributions to Comic Relief 2007 were the highlights of the entire evening; rivalling Peter Kay's "Amarillo" video from 2005. The Lauren meets Tony Blair sketch is pure brilliance, and hats-off to Tony Blair for pulling off what could have been a "car-crash" moment with such aplomb! The sketch with Daniel Craig maybe over-ran a little bit, but that may be because Craig himself looked as if he wished he were anywhere else. The Deal Or No Deal sketch with Noel Edmonds has a much more adult content than the rest, with strong language.

Highly recommended
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Catherine Tate is a comedy genious and her Comic Relief sketches - all of which are available in the DVD (plus more!!!) - absolutely brilliant. Among the sketches are Elaine Figgis marrying Daniel Craig, Lenny Henry guest guest starring with the charity worker from Newcastle. Also, Nan makes an appearance with Noel Edmunds in a unique and unmissable game of Deal Or No Deal and there are two sketches of Lauren. In one sketch, she meets Tony Blair which (I wont give away any spoilers in case you havn't seen it) has a fantastic twist on the usual and in the second sketch David Tennant is Lauren's English teacher which is the best of the scenes on the DVD and one of the best Lauren scenes to date.

Catherine Tate has generously made all of these sketches for comic relief and £3 of the £5 DVD will be going to the charity.

I would highly recommend this DVD to any fan of Catherine Tate.
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Very very Funny. Catherine Tate at her very best.

My favourite character is Nan, and I simply laughed my head off as she competed with Noel Edmonds in Deal or no Deal. Absolutely brilliant, worth the fiver alone.

Buy it, for a great cause and will have you in stitches.
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All three series of the Catherine Tate Show (minus a few more recent specials).

The good: characters like Lauren the teenager, Derek the "not at all gay" man, the vicious-tongued Nan and the ginger refuge are hilarious and make this set well worth the purchase. Also, people such as the randy nurse, the flatulent snob and the "I can do that" woman will raise the odd smile.

The bad: the first series is very spotty and contains too many badly-conceived characters like the valley girl and the woman who marries a murderer on Death row (these sketches have no real point or pay-off at all). Too many episodes in series two and three are dragged down by characters such as the "make a drama out of anything" woman and her kids, the "laugh about anything" couple and another couple whose whole reason for existing seems to be purely to moan about various food they've been forced to eat. These sketches are not only unfunny, they grate on the nerves and in many cases are ridiculously over-length. If even dragging in Paul Whitehouse can't save a sketch you know something's going wrong.

In summary, the better sketches make this box set worth a purchase but now and again patience (or a fast-forward button) will be required.
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