BBC Worldwide has a great new selection of comedy DVDs available this Christmas season, including David Hasselhoff’s Hoff The Record, Peter Kay’s Car Share, John Bishop’s Supersonic Live at the Royal Albert Hall and Season 2 of Karl Pilkington’s The Moaning of Life.
To celebrate the releases on Monday 23 November, we’ve got sets of all four DVDs to give away to five of our Twitter followers!
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Hoff The Record
Shot in the style of a documentary, the semi-improvised comedy Hoff The Record follows TV legend David Hasselhoff – playing a highly fictionalised version of himself – as he arrives in the UK in an attempt to reignite his flagging career. It’s been thirty years since he rose to worldwide fame in Baywatch and Knight Rider and things have since gone a little stale for The Hoff. Will a move across the Atlantic change his luck?
Peter Kay’s Car Share
John Redmond (Peter Kay) and Kayleigh Kitson (Sian Gibson) have been thrown together in a company car share scheme, forcing their paths to cross. Each trip brings fresh insight into John and Kayleigh’s lives, with twists and turns in their unlikely relationship.
John Bishop: Supersonic Live at the Royal Albert Hall
John Bishop’s back! After taking time out to write his autobiography, John limbered up again for his third sell-out national Arena tour, ending with a special one-off show at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. This latest comedy caper by the immensely talented John Bishop was described as “the funniest two hours you’ll have anywhere, anytime soon” by The Daily Mirror.
Season 2 of Karl Pilkington’s The Moaning of Life
Pack your case for another trip as Karl Pilkington experiences more of the world’s most magnificent destinations. Following his discoveries in the hilarious first series, this modern day philosopher is now turning his attention to some of life’s other big issues, embarking on an epic trip that takes him from the arctic conditions of Iceland to rural India, Mexico, Germany, across America and to the metropolis of Tokyo. The An Idiot Abroad star moans his way through a whole new series of weird and wacky experiences.
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