The Wright Stuff

Monday 16 August, 9:15pm on Five

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day. This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by ‘EastEnders’ star Nitin Ganatra, who plays beleaguered dad Masood Ahmed in the soap, and television and radio presenter Angellica Bell. On Monday’s show, Irwin Sparkes, lead vocalist of chart-topping pop-rock band The Hoosiers, joins the conversation. Tuesday’s guest is Skin, lead singer of famous 90s band Skunk Anansie, who have recently reformed to release a new album. On Wednesday, ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’ judge Charlie Speed weighs in on the debate. Charlie found fame after starring in a global advertising campaign with Kate Moss at the age of 17, and has now turned his talents to advising young hopefuls. Thursday’s guest is to be confirmed. And on Friday, choreographer Charles ‘Chucky’ Klapow of ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ pays a visit.

Monday 26 April, 11:00pm on Fiver

The live interactive talk show returns with a brand new set. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day. This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by property expert Amanda Lamb and food writer Stefan Gates. Monday’s guest is TV presenter, wine expert and newspaper columnist Olly Smith. Having regularly appeared on BBC1’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’, Olly recently landed the role of host on high-energy cookery show ‘Iron Chef’. On Tuesday, best-selling US author Jodi Picoult joins the debate. Presenter and adventurer Ben Fogle finds his way to the studio on Wednesday. Thursday’s special guest is architect George Clarke, former presenter of Five’s ‘Build a New Life in the Country’. And on Friday, Matthew’s guest is singer Rob Spragg – otherwise known as Larry Love – of Brixton-based rockers Alabama 3. The band has released seven studio albums, but is perhaps best known for performing ‘Woke Up this Morning’, which was chosen as the theme tune for HBO hit series ‘The Sopranos’.

Monday 26 April, 9:15am on Five

The live interactive talk show returns with a brand new set. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day. This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by property expert Amanda Lamb and food writer Stefan Gates. Monday’s guest is TV presenter, wine expert and newspaper columnist Olly Smith. Having regularly appeared on BBC1’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’, Olly recently landed the role of host on high-energy cookery show ‘Iron Chef’. On Tuesday, best-selling US author Jodi Picoult joins the debate. Presenter and adventurer Ben Fogle finds his way to the studio on Wednesday. Thursday’s special guest is architect George Clarke, former presenter of Five’s ‘Build a New Life in the Country’. And on Friday, Matthew’s guest is singer Rob Spragg – otherwise known as Larry Love – of Brixton-based rockers Alabama 3. The band has released seven studio albums, but is perhaps best known for performing ‘Woke Up this Morning’, which was chosen as the theme tune for HBO hit series ‘The Sopranos’.

Weekdays at 9.15am on Five

The live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by singer and former ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ champion Liz McClarnon and writer and comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli.

Monday’s guest is comedian David Baddiel, writer of forthcoming British film ‘The Infidel’, starring Omid Djalili.

On Tuesday, comedian Katy Brand, recent star of the BBC’s ‘Let’s Dance for Sport Relief’, drops in for a chat.

Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson joins the debate on Wednesday.

Thursday’s guest is TV naturalist and star of Five’s ‘Weird Creatures’, Nick Baker.

And on Friday, actor Dean Andrews, better known as DS Ray Carling in ‘Life on Mars’ and ‘Ashes to Ashes’, visits the studio.

 

 Monday 12 April 2010 at 11.00am on Fiver

The live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by singer and former ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ champion Liz McClarnon and writer and comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli.

Monday’s guest is comedian David Baddiel, writer of forthcoming British film ‘The Infidel’, starring Omid Djalili.

On Tuesday, comedian Katy Brand, recent star of the BBC’s ‘Let’s Dance for Sport Relief’, drops in for a chat.

Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson joins the debate on Wednesday.

Thursday’s guest is TV naturalist and star of Five’s ‘Weird Creatures’, Nick Baker.

And on Friday, actor Dean Andrews, better known as DS Ray Carling in ‘Life on Mars’ and ‘Ashes to Ashes’, visits the studio.

 

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by Ordinary Boys singer Preston and controversial journalist Lowri Turner.

On Monday’s show, pantomime legend Christopher Biggins joins the debate.

Tuesday’s guest is satirical writer and journalist Quentin Letts.

Rising stand-up comedian Jason Manford visits the studio on Wednesday.

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Brendan Cole is Thursday’s guest.

Friday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by food writer and presenter Stefan Gates, and journalist Carole Malone.

On Monday’s show, expert divorce lawyer Vanessa Lloyd Platt dispenses advice.

Tuesday’s guest is comedian Andy Parsons, star of ‘Mock the Week’.

Musical theatre star Michael Ball visits the studio on Wednesday.

Former ‘Casualty’ and ‘Hollyoaks’ actor James Redmond is Thursday’s guest.

Friday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills and television presenter Anne Diamond.

Monday’s guest is actress Miranda Hart, star of ‘Not Going Out’, ‘Angelo’s’ and ‘Hyperdrive’.

Tuesday’s guest is actor and former ‘Blue’ star Antony Costa.

Broadcaster Janet Street Porter swings by the studio on Wednesday.

Award-winning writer and actress Meera Syal visits the show on Thursday.

Friday’s guest is ‘Phoenix Nights’ and ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’ star Dave Spikey.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by actor and theatre producer David Ian and presenter Natalie Pinkham.

Monday’s guest is former ‘Brookside’ heartthrob Philip Olivier.

Tuesday’s guest is comedian and actor Ben Miller.

‘Most Haunted’ presenter Yvette Fielding swings by the studio on Wednesday.

Comedian-turned-writer Ben Elton joins the debate on Thursday.

Friday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew is joined on the panel by comedian and TV presenter Dominic Holland and former ‘EastEnders’ actress Tracy-Ann Oberman.

Monday’s guest is writer, broadcaster and poker champion Victoria Coren.

Tuesday’s guest is wilderness bushcraft and survival expert Ray Mears.

Heartthrob actor Philip Olivier drops by the studio on Wednesday.

Olympic rowing legend Sir Steve Redgrave makes a splash on Thursday.

Friday’s guest is to be confirmed.

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