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Let Me Entertain You

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-04-27 23:40:00
After a nationwide search, Brian Conley invites all-comers to perform and entertain his discerning studio audience in any way they choose for a possible £1,000 cash prize.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-04-27 22:40:00
After a nationwide search, Brian Conley invites all-comers to perform and entertain his discerning studio audience in any way they choose for a possible £1,000 cash prize.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-01-25 17:30:00
The Final: The best eight acts are invited back to the studio to compete in the Grand Final. Competitors include the Human Beatbox, a ping pong juggler and an opera singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-01-18 17:30:00
The Final: The best eight acts are invited back to the studio to compete in the Grand Final. Competitors include the Human Beatbox, a ping pong juggler and an opera singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-01-13 22:00:00
Brian Conley invites acts to perform for an audience for up to three minutes, but the act ends when half of the audience has pushed a button signifying their displeasure.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-01-11 07:10:00
Brian Conley invites all-comers to perform and entertain his studio audience in any way they choose.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2009-01-08 08:45:00
After a nationwide search, Brian Conley invites all-comers to perform and entertain his discerning studio audience in any way they choose for a possible £1,000 cash prize.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-25 21:30:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 4/4: How the masses were kept amused in Victorian Britain by Dickens, circus attractions and the music halls.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-25 21:00:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 3/4: The Restoration period from 1660 onwards, and the rise of the sporting hero figure.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-25 20:30:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 2/4: He looks at Elizabethan London, from Bankside theatre to ringside gambling, from jigs to bear-baiting.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-25 20:00:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 1/4: He looks at our medieval ancestors and unpicks some myths about wandering minstrels and motley fools.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-11-17 20:30:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-10-26 09:00:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-10-26 08:00:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-10-25 07:00:00
Tonight's acts include: a group of rope skippers from Warwickshire; a twin pop act from Luton called Caution; Samantha Seth, a folk singer from Glasgow, and football trickster Daniel Magness.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-10-25 06:00:00
Tonight's acts include: a group of rope skippers from Warwickshire; a twin pop act from Luton called Caution; Samantha Seth, a folk singer from Glasgow, and football trickster Daniel Magness.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-09-20 10:30:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 2/4: He looks at Elizabethan London, from Bankside theatre to ringside gambling, from jigs to bear-baiting.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-09-20 09:30:00
John Sessions charts the history of popular entertainment in Britain. 2/4: He looks at Elizabethan London, from Bankside theatre to ringside gambling, from jigs to bear-baiting.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-28 10:00:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-28 09:00:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-17 14:35:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-17 13:35:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-09 09:45:00
A diverse range of performers including the Black Mountain Male Chorus from Wales, a female singer from London and pole performers entertain the crowd. Brian Conley and Christine Bleakley host.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-06-09 08:45:00
A diverse range of performers including the Black Mountain Male Chorus from Wales, a female singer from London and pole performers entertain the crowd. Brian Conley and Christine Bleakley host.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-03-28 19:00:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-03-19 14:00:00
The week's four best acts along with the week's best runner up make a welcome return to the Let Me Entertain You stage where they will have to face the studio audience for a second time.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2008-03-17 15:45:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-12-04 14:00:00
The variety show includes 13-year-old pop singer Lee Lambert, The Diablo Dance Company, an electric guitar soloist, a classical singer and a surprise fifth act. But who will make it to the final?

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-09-25 10:15:00
The week's winning acts, along with the series' best runner-up, face the studio audience once more but only two will go through to the Grand Final. Hosted by Brian Conley.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-09-25 09:15:00
The week's winning acts, along with the series' best runner-up, face the studio audience once more but only two will go through to the Grand Final. Hosted by Brian Conley.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-21 18:30:00
The week's winning acts, along with the series' best runner-up, face the studio audience once more but only two will go through to the Grand Final. Hosted by Brian Conley.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-18 18:30:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-18 17:30:00
The fourth and final week of the series kicks off with another mix of acts all hoping to win a place through to Friday's final. Contestants include a Bee Gees tribute act and some illusionists.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-13 18:30:00
Brian Conley and his co-host Christine Bleakley introduce five more acts who will all be hoping to impress the studio audience for up to three minutes.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-13 17:30:00
Brian Conley and his co-host Christine Bleakley introduce five more acts who will all be hoping to impress the studio audience for up to three minutes.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-08 18:30:00
The week's four best acts along with the week's best runner up make a welcome return to the Let Me Entertain You stage where they will have to face the studio audience for a second time.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-08 17:30:00
The week's four best acts along with the week's best runner up make a welcome return to the Let Me Entertain You stage where they will have to face the studio audience for a second time.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-07 18:30:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-07 17:30:00
Tonight's acts include: a troupe of Irish dancers from Kent; George, aged 85, a comedy singer from Sussex; Rory, a drummer from Oxford and Amy a supermarket check-out girl turned pop singer.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-06 18:30:00
Tonight's acts include: a group of rope skippers from Warwickshire; a twin pop act from Luton called Caution; Samantha Seth, a folk singer from Glasgow, and football trickster Daniel Magness.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-06 17:30:00
Tonight's acts include: a group of rope skippers from Warwickshire; a twin pop act from Luton called Caution; Samantha Seth, a folk singer from Glasgow, and football trickster Daniel Magness.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-05 18:30:00
Tonight's acts include a pop group, a 69 year old who performs comedy for the first time ever, a musical theatre singer and a Diablo performer. Hosted by Brian Conley.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-05 17:30:00
Tonight's acts include a pop group, a 69 year old who performs comedy for the first time ever, a musical theatre singer and a Diablo performer. Hosted by Brian Conley.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-04 18:30:00
Tonight's acts include: Stuntman Marcelo De Ramos; Courtney Burns, a seven-year-old freestyle dancer from Merseyside; Etienne Pradier, close-up magician and student singer Lhamea from Birmingham.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-04 17:30:00
Tonight's acts include: Stuntman Marcelo De Ramos; Courtney Burns, a seven-year-old freestyle dancer from Merseyside; Etienne Pradier, close-up magician and student singer Lhamea from Birmingham.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-01 18:30:00
The week's four best acts along with the week's best runner up make a welcome return to the Let Me Entertain You stage where they will all face the studio audience for a second time.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-06-01 17:30:00
The week's four best acts along with the week's best runner up make a welcome return to the Let Me Entertain You stage where they will all face the studio audience for a second time.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-05-31 18:30:00
A diverse range of performers including the Black Mountain Male Chorus from Wales, a female singer from London and pole performers entertain the crowd. Brian Conley and Christine Bleakley host.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-05-31 17:30:00
A diverse range of performers including the Black Mountain Male Chorus from Wales, a female singer from London and pole performers entertain the crowd. Brian Conley and Christine Bleakley host.

> Let Me Entertain You on BBC Two at 2007-05-30 18:30:00
Brian Conley and co-host Christine Bleakley introduce five more acts, including a hip hop dance troupe, a pianist, a singer and a dance duo. Only the best act will win a place in the final.

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