Miranda Hart

Interview: Miranda Hart On Her New Christmas Show

Miranda Hart fronts a one-off festive special promising games and such fun. She talks about the show below.

The show will air on BBC One on Christmas Eve and will feature Robbie Williams, Shirley Ballas and Jermaine Jenas.

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News: Christmas Show For Miranda Hart

Miranda Hart hosts a new entertainment show full of merriment and mayhem on BBC One, as three celebrity couples join her from the comfort of their own homes to compete in a series of riotous Christmas games.

An expert in the art of homemade mischief, Miranda will lead the celebrity players through a host of outrageous challenges, bringing out their silly sides and competitive spirit for a Christmas games night like no other.


TV Review: Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration, BBC One

Well why not celebrate your tenth birthday in public? That's how Miranda Hart marked the tenth birthday of her self-named BBC sitcom. In public. At the Palladium. With nibbles. In front of a packed house of screaming fans.

The one-off show was certainly a bit of an odd one. McFly sang Queen's Don't Stop Me Now, The Kingdom Choir sang Lean on Me, there was some Abba, and Ronan Keating serenaded the star. Personally I'd have liked a new episode of the sitcom, which I loved. And I doubt if I was the only one.


Interview: Miranda Hart On Her New Miranda Show

The BBC special Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration marks the tenth birthday of Miranda's Hart's hit sitcom. It airs on New Year’s Day at 5.45pm on BBC One. Below the star talks about the show, the possibilty of it returning and much more.



Video Preview: Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration, BBC One

Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration marks the tenth birthday of Miranda's Hart's hit sitcom. It airs on New Year’s Day at 5.45pm on BBC One.


News: Such Fun! Miranda Returns With One Hour Special

2019 sees ten years since a certain someone first galloped onto our screens with the award winning sitcom Miranda, and to mark this milestone, BBC One will be hosting a very special one off shindig at the iconic home of British Entertainment, The London Palladium.

This special entertainment show will feature a host of treats and surprises as the cast reunite to look back over a decade of such fun, friendship, romance and everything that made millions of fans


News: No New Miranda Says Miranda Hart

Miranda Hart has scotched rumours that she has signed up with the BBC to make more episodes of her hit sitcom Miranda (pictured).

The Sun has reported that the series will be coming back. 


News: Miranda Hart To Host Royal Variety Show

Miranda Hart is to host this year's Royal Variety Show. She is reported to be the firsat woman to host the evening as a solo presenter.


News: More Miranda? "I'm thinking about it..."

Miranda Hart has revealed that she is thinking about writing more episodes of her hit BBC sitcom Miranda.

Speaking on BBC1's The One Show she explained that she had heard about actor Tom Ellis, who played her new husband Gary, talking about a potential series looking at their marriage. Hart was quite tickled by the idea. "That got me thinking...there’s a thought there to explore the comedy of marriage and how that would work. I’m thinking about it, I don't know."


News: Miranda Hart Plays Down Role In Mum's New Gardening Show

Miranda Hart has taken to social media to play down her role in a new gardening series being made for More4.

Writing on Twitter Hart responded to media reports that she was making a TV comeback in Down The Garden Path, which her mother Dee Hart Dyke will be presenting.

The sitcom star set the record straight by writing: "No. I am doing the voice over and have a little cameo. It's my Mum's show and all the better for it."


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