Another week, another fab new episode of You’ve Been Framed airs tomorrow (Saturday).
The next episode is on at 6.30pm on ITV and here are the details:
Harry Hill takes a machete to viewers’ home videos. In today’s show, home-made bombs backfire, an emu steals an iPhone and there are tips on how not to circumcise a tree. Also, what will happen when Harry encourages Holly and Phillip to mate?
Don’t forget to get involved and follow the official Twitter page at @youvebeenframed for commentary and news on the show.
Repeats air during the week on ITV2.
This year’s Fairtrade Fortnight campaign, which involved Harry Hill, has won big at this year’s PRWeek Awards.
The banana based “Stick With Foncho” theme for the celebration of all things Fairtrade has won both Campaign of the Year and Integrated Campaign of the Year. The campaign involved a mix of social media, school and retail information packs, billboards, videos, websites and of course, celebrity support including Harry and Made In Chelsea’s Cheska Hull launching the campaign with a banana billboard.
In total, they managed to get over 3,500 articles on the campaign (including articles like ours), 350,000 views of the campaign videos and most importantly, 70,000 signatures, three times the target, and a 12 percent rise in donations for the campaign.
Speaking to Harry Hill Fansite, the Foundation’s Media and PR Manager, Martine Perry, has said on the campaign’s accolades:
We are absolutely thrilled that Fairtrade Fortnight won PR Week Campaign of the Year as well as best Integrated Campaign. This year’s push focused on the banana industry and called on the British public to stick with banana farmers and sign a petition to government to intervene and end unfair supermarket pricing practices.
Bananas are the UK’s favourite fruit, but most supermarkets are selling them so cheaply that many of the banana farmers and workers who produce them are being trapped in poverty. Harry Hill joined forces with the Fairtrade Foundation and a Colombian banana farmers called Foncho in a bid to transform the banana industry and end the selling of cheap bananas. Hopefully such industry-wide recognition will ensure this important message on behalf of banana farmers continues to be heard.
For more on the awards, visit PRWeek.com.
Harry Hill’s Sausage Time has been selected as one of the DVDs that make a “perfect Christmas” by BBC Worldwide in a new trailer.
The live stand up DVD, out next month, is joined by the likes of Miranda Hart, Lee Mack, Gangsta Grannie, Professor Brian Cox, Doctor Who, David Attenborough, Top Gear and more, in the trailer, which is available to watch below:
Pre-order your copy now on Amazon.co.uk – out 24th November.
Want to see an exclusive preview of brand new Harry Hill’s Stars In Their Eyes? Well, now’s your chance!
With the show returning next year to ITV, tickets are available for what is being described as an “intimate, exclusive show run through”, which Harry will present at a club in West London. You’ll get to be one of the first people to see Harry’s take on the classic format and enjoy some top notch singalikes!
Completely free of charge, tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. You’ll need to be 18 or over and tickets will be limited to four per person.
The preview will not be televised and you will be asked to keep the details confidential.
For a chance to get tickets, email email@example.com – do it quick, as they will go in a puff of smoke!
Here are the latest bits and bobs of Harry Hill news for your Sunday:
- You can go back in time and find out all about Harry’s early appearances on the BBC with a new archive of the Radio Times on BBC Genome. Did you know Harry presented Top of the Pops once and his first appearance was on BBC Radio 4’s When Harry Met Ally with Alistair McGowan.
- Oxford Mail has discussed TV Burp in relation to Gogglebox and Bedfordshire News in relation to The Apprentice.
- Hag and Con have talked to The Harry Hill Movie writer James Lamont about working with Harry.
- Harry has been mentioned in a Chortle correspondence from the mysterious DL.
- And finally, the Telegraph have reported that ITV have got in a little trouble after airing a condom advert during You’ve Been Framed!
The new series of You’ve Been Framed continues tomorrow (Saturday).
Back to 6.30pm this week on ITV, here are the details:
Harry Hill introduces more funny home videos filmed by viewers, whilst taking a sledgehammer to celebrity culture. In today’s episode, Mick Jagger’s son attempts to backflip off his dad’s lower lip, Caroline Flack goes up in flames at a fracking party and a pair of George Michael’s underpants cause a car accident, while at the zoo – a little girl falls into a stingray tank.
Don’t forget that the show is now on Twitter, so don’t forget to follow them at @youvebeenframed.
Repeats air during the week on ITV2.
Here is the latest roundup of Harry Hill news:
- TV Burp has been mentioned in a review of Grantchester in the Daily Express, suggesting a fight between the show and Father Brown, and The Mirror has mentioned how Gogglebox has taken over its TV reviewing mantle.
- Paul Merton has talked to Nottingham Post about his desire to move to the big screen and cited The Harry Hill Movie as an example of British comedy films.
- A review in The Spectator of Caroline Hodgson’s For The Love of Radio 4: An Unofficial Companion has revealed that Harry used to send in jokes to Week Ending whilst still working as a doctor, using a fax machine supposed to be used for organ donor alerts!
- Harry’s new book, Colossal Compedium, has been reviewed by The Bookbag.
- Rebecca Nicholson for The Guardian has reviewed the return of You’ve Been Framed.
- River Cottage has been reminising about TV Burp:
- Al Murray had badger news:
- Finally, Harry has been on a horse over on his Instagram:
Filming has begun for BBC1 Christmas drama Professor Branestawm and Twitter has been awash with pictures of the cast and crew filming for the first time.
We’ve selected the best, including Harry in character with Simon Day, Ben Miller, David Mitchell and Charlie Higson, for you below:
You can also view a gallery from Get Surrey here.
Keep it Harry Hill Fansite for the latest on filming!
There’s another episode of brand spanking new You’ve Been Framed tomorrow (Saturday).
On again at 6.30pm on ITV, here are the details:
Harry Hill introduces funny home videos filmed by viewers, while taking a chainsaw to popular culture. In today’s episode, Claire Balding marries a horse and Steven Spielberg finds an explosive cure for his constipation, while there is also a trampoline electrocution and a drone camera giving a bride a black-eye on her wedding day.
Hop over to Twitter and join in the conversation at the official Twitter, @youvebeenframed.