Sally Phillips launches brand-new My Favourite Sketch exclusively for UKTV. Join Sally as she and her weekly comedic guests embark on a very special journey through their best loved sketches. Over on Dave, a tough choice faces Rebecca and Elo, a contemporary classic or a modern machine, join them as they thrash it out to choose their buyers the perfect cars. Sex, Knives & Liposuction comes to an end on W with Cherry facing a choice – to lipo or not to lipo? Meanwhile, the adaption of DH Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley is poised to set pulses racing on Drama.
My Favourite Sketch
Friday 5th October, 10pm
In My Favourite Sketch, star of film, TV and radio, and self-confessed comedy nerd, Sally Phillips joins the nations most beloved comedians on a journey through their favourite sketches. In each episode Sally is joined by a very special guest as they guide us through the perfect playlist of the sketches that have inspired and shaped their career. Interspersed with fascinating anecdotes, insights, and behind the scenes information about their chosen sketches, the journey is a very special one. In this fantastic new, UKTV Original series, Sally is joined by Paul Whitehouse, Jessica Hynes, Jason Manford, Johnny Vegas, Bob Mortimer, and Sue Perkins.
Modern Wheels or Classic Steals
Monday 1st October, 8pm
Rebecca Jackson and Elo try to find modern and classic cars to suit a buyer’s requirements - but will they choose a modern motor or a classic car? Finding the perfect car for a comedy agent is no laughing matter. His key requirement? The most environmentally-friendly car possible. Rebecca has two electric cars under the veil but Elo has a 1968 Fiat 500 with a wicker-basket boot.
Sex, Knives & Liposuction
Thursday 4th October, 10pm
Cherry Healey plunges into the alluring, shocking and controversial world of cosmetic surgery as she tries to determine if happiness is just a nip and tuck away. In this final episode of the series, Cherry Healey is on the last leg of her trip exploring the alluring, shocking and controversial world of plastic surgery before she decides whether or not to go under the knife.
Saturday 29th September, 9pm
Based on the novel by DH Lawrence, this adaptation caused controversy on its original release on the BBC in 1993 due to the steamy sex scenes. Stifled by a sexless marriage and exhausted by caring for her husband (James Wilby), who is paralysed from the waist down, Lady Chatterley (Joely Richardson) takes to walking in the grounds of the family estate where she meets Mellors (Sean Bean), the handsome gamekeeper.