Brian Conley journeys through the fantastic world of television with celebrities as they choose the TV moments that have shaped their lives.
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John Thomson tells how his love of horror helped bring him closer to his dad.
Dame Esther Rantzen talks about the birth of consumer television.
John Prescott talks about how his admiration for a charismatic politician influenced him.
Nina Wadia looks back at The A Team, Moonlighting and Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em.
Mariella Frostrup tells of her love for a children's show featuring a cross-eyed lion.
John Hannah tells whose anarchic and ridiculous humour tickled his fancy.
Alison Hammond gets a shock when Brian dresses up as a favourite cartoon character.
Johnny Ball talks about the TV ad that kept his teeth whiter than white.
Alex Jones reminisces about re-enacting scenes from her favourite kids' TV show.
Joe Swash talks about the army drama that was watched religiously in the Swash household.
Myleene Klass joins Brian on the sofa as they take a nostalgic trip to Fraggle Rock.
Character actor Richard Ridings joins Brian on his sofa to look back at classic TV.
Paul Martin joins Brian to look back at the TV that helped make him the star he is today.
Broadcaster Kirsty Wark joins Brian on the sofa to talk about the TV that shaped her.
Amanda Abbington joins Brian to look back at the classic TV that shaped her career.
Anita Dobson joins Brian Conley to talk about the TV that helped her career.
Richard Arnold joins Brian Conley on the sofa to talk about the TV that shaped him.
TV chef Rachel Khoo joins Brian Conley to talk about the TV that helped shape her.
Kate Garraway joins Brian Conley to talk about the TV that helped to shape her.
Hazel Irvine joins Brian Conley to talk about the TV that helped to shape her.