Craig Charles - Filmography and Credits

Filmography and Credits

Year Title Role Notes
1983 John Peel Himself - guest BBC radio show. Recorded 6 poems during "Peel Session", aired 17 March
1983 Riverside Resident poet BBC2 arts review programme
Pebble Mill at One Resident poet BBC1 daily magazine show. Performed in front of Princess Anne
1984 John Peel Himself - guest BBC radio show. Recorded 3 song, aired 14 February
1984 Lift Off Himself - interviewee BBC documentary
1985 Black on Black Resident poet Channel 4's first multicultural programme. Including the poem "Halt"
1985-87 Saturday Live Himself - stand up Channel 4, poems include: "Subtle Policing", "An Anthem to Miscegenation", "A Seasonal Complaint", "The Occasional Guinness Drinker"
1986 Club Mix Resident poet Channel 4, entertainment-based successor to Black on Black
1986 Red Wedge Himself Stand-up comedy tour
1986-87 Wogan Himself -poet BBC1 chat show. Co-hosted and performed weekly topical poems on the news.
1987 Business as Usual Eddie Drama feature film
1987 Video View Himself - presenter TV series
1987 Night Network Himself - presenter ITV
1987 The Marksman McFadden BBC TV drama miniseries, wrote opening poem and played a murderer, aired December
1987-89 Loose Ends Himself - panelist Radio 4, regular guest on Ned Sherrin's chat show
1988-99, 2009, 2012-present Red Dwarf Dave Lister BBC and Dave, appeared in all 55 episodes over 9 series. 6 new episodes airing from 4 October 2012.
1988 Open Air Himself - interviewee aired 23 February
1988 Craig Goes Mad in Melbourne Himself - host Channel 4, behind the scenes at the International Comedy Festival, 1–11 June
1988 TOR! Total Football Himself - presenter Introducing highlights in official film of European Football Championships
1989 Daytime Live Himself - interviewee Aired 6 January
1989 Teechers Multiple characters John Godber stage play
1989 The Steve Jones Show Himself - interviewee LBC Radio, 16 March
1989 Star Test: Craig Charles Himself - interviewee Channel 4, interviewed by a computer on chat show, aired 18 April
1989 Dogs of War Voiceover 3D computer video game. Voiced story speech and one character
1989 What's That Noise? Himself - host BBC1 children's music show
1991 Comic Relief Dave Lister Short television movie
1991 Them and Us Himself - host BBC consumer rights series
1991 You Bet Himself - contestant ITV, celebrity game show
1992 The Last Cigarette Himself ITV, encouraging giving up smoking, aired 8 March
1992 Open to Question Himself - interviewee BBC2, audience questions from young people on topical issues, 23 March
1992 Parallel 9 Himself BBC1 children's magazine show. Including episode 1.13, aired 18 July
1992 Weather Watch Himself - presenter Educational BBC TV series investigating different aspect of the weather
1992-93 The Craig Charles Breakfast Show Himself - host Kiss FM (London) radio show
1992 Wogan Himself BBC1 chat show, 23 October
1992 Ghostwatch Himself - reporter BBC1 drama, aired 31 October (Halloween)
1993 Cyberzone Himself - host BBC2, all 10 episodes of the world's first virtual reality game show
1993 Cyberpunks and Technophobes Himself TV series
1993 Super Mario All Stars Himself - presenter Nintendo video game on VHS
1993 Dinosaurs: The Myths & The Reality Himself - narrator Animated documentary
1993 Prince Cinders Zipper the Cat Voiceover for animated film
1993 Telly Addicts Himself - contestant BBC1, aired 13 September and 29 December
1993 Pebble Mill Himself - interviewee Performed song, aired 29 October
1993 Funny Stories Himself - voice Audiobook anthology of stories for children
1993 The Big Breakfast Himself - guest presenter Channel 4, magazine show
1994 Go Getters Himself - host ITV, children's programme
1994 The Easter Stories Judas Iscariot BBC drama series. Episode: "Judas' Tale"
1994 Batchelors Mushy Peas Himself - voiceover TV Commercial
1994 Asterix Conquers America Asterix (voice) Animated feature film, English language version
1994 The Word Himself - interviewee Channel 4, late night magazine show
1994 Red Dwarf: Smeg Ups Dave Lister Video release (archive footage)
1994 Big Break in Wonderland Himself - contestant BBC1 charity Christmas special of snooker competition, aired 27 December
1995 Red Dwarf: Smeg Outs Dave Lister Video release (new and archive footage)
1995 Breakfast with Frost Himself - guest BBC1 chat show with Sir David Frost, 5 March
1995 May The 4 Be With You Himself - presenter Introducing Channel 4's sci-fi weekend
1995 Beam Me Up Scotty! Himself - presenter Channel 4 sci-fi weekend documentary exploring fandom, aired 26 August
1995 Craig Charles: Live on Earth! Himself - stand up VHS video release of live stand-up comedy stage show. Also co-producer
1995 The Governor Eugene Buffy ITV drama from Lynda La Plante. All 6 episodes series 2.
1995 Have I Got News for You Himself - contestant Guest panelist on BBC2 satire quiz show. Series 10, episode 7, 8 December
1995 Just a Minute Himself - contestant TV version of radio panel game, aired 21 July
1995 The Bill Martin Bailey ITV. Episode: "Honey Pot", 31 October
1995 Macbeth The Porter BBC Radio 4, Steven Berkoff's Macbeth, aired 28 December
1996 They Think it's All Over Himself - contestant Series 2, episode 3, aired 26 March
1996 Cyberspace Himself - narrator TV series
1996 The 10 Percenters Bobby Titan Episode: "Revenge" playing a rap singer
1997 The Big Breakfast Himself - guest Channel 4, aired 6 January
1997 Night Fever Himself - guest Channel 5, pop music quiz
1997 Captain Butler Captain Butler Channel 4, all 6 episodes
1997 Bully: Ha Bloody Ha Himself - interviewee BBC2 educational show discussing celebrities' memories of school bullies, aired 28 August
1997 Pulling Power Himself - guest ITV motoring show, aired 24 September
1997 Space Cadets Team captain Channel 4, comedy sci-fi quiz, all 10 episodes
1997 Funky Bunker Himself - host ITV, late night chat show. 13 episodes. Also co-writer
1997 The National Lottery Live Himself - presenter Opened the draw, aired 5 November
1997 English Express Language Skills Himself - presenter BBC2, schools education series
1997-98 Dick Whittington Idle Jack Pantomime stage play
1998 Universe Challenge Himself - contestant BBC special Red Dwarf edition of University Challenge
1998 Can't Smeg, Won't Smeg Dave Lister - contestant Special edition of BBC2's Can't Cook, Won't Cook
1998 Children in Need Dave Lister BBC Red Dwarf short episode
1998 Fully Booked Himself - interviewee BBC1 magazine show
1998–2004 Robot Wars Himself - host BBC2 / Channel 5, Series 2-7 (after replacing Jeremy Clarkson)
1999–2000 Ripley's Believe It or Not! Himself - host Bravo channel, UK presenter.
1999 The Colour of Funny Keith Dennis Short comedy film
2000 Craig Charles: Sickbag Himself VHS video release of live stand-up comedy show
2000 Craig Charles and His Band Himself Edinburgh Festival
2000 Jailbreak Himself - host Channel 5, reality challenge show
2001 Top Ten TV Sci-Fi Himself - interviewee Channel 4 documentary
2001 Lexx The Warden Sky1, Canadian sci-fi series. Episode: "P4X" Hattie Hayridge from Red Dwarf played his wife
2001 Don't Walk Narrator (voice) Short film
2001 Amazing Space: Pub Guide to the Universe Himself - host National Geographic channel, discussion series with guest experts on space related topics.
2002–present The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show Himself - host BBC Radio 6 Music. First broadcast 15 March 2002
2002 EastEnders: Ricky and Bianca Vince BBC1 EastEnders spin-off drama, aired 20 May
2002 The Saturday Show Himself - interviewee BBC2 magazine show, aired 1 June
2002–04 Takeshi's Castle Himself - commentator Challenge and Ftn channels. UK voiceover of Japanese comedy challenge show. Also Co-writer
2003 Ten Minutes Mark Short film
2003 The Sitcom Story Himself TV documentary
2003 Sushi TV Himself - narrator Challenge channel. UK version of Japanese TV clip show (after replacing Julian Clary)
2003 Celebrity Poker Club Himself - contestant Challenge. Series 3.
2003 Doctors DCI Mercer BBC1, 7 episodes
2003 Monstrous Bosses Himself - presenter UK Gold, links between clips in a battle between two comedy characters, 10–11 May
2003 Lovable Rogues Himself - presenter UK Gold, links between clips, aired 3 August
2003 Holby City Adrian Summers BBC. Episode: "Full Circle", aired 16 December
2004 Britain's Best Sitcom Himself TV documentary
2004 Craig Charles Breakfast Show Himself - host BBC Radio 6 Music
2004 Weapons of Mass Distraction Himself - presenter ITV1, satirical comedy chat show exploring tabloid newspaper world
2004 The Weakest Link Himself - contestant Charity edition of BBC1 quiz show. "Stars of the '90s", aired 4 August. Reached 3rd place
2004 Comedy Connections Himself - interviewee BBC1 documentary episode on Red Dwarf, aired 30 August
2004 Public Opinion Himself - interviewee BBC1 panel show, opinions on celebrities from members of the public, aired 21 September
2004 Celebrities Disfigured Himself (disguised) Channel 4, documentary exploring attitudes to disfigurement, aired 17 April
2004 Celebrity Poker Club Himself - contestant Challenge, series 3. Reached semi-finals.
2004–05 Dream Team Joel Brooks Soccer agent in Sky TV football drama
2005 Forty Years of Fuck Himself - interviewee BBC documentary examining swearing on TV
2005 The Games Himself - contestant Channel 4, reality game show for charity, based on the Olympic Games. Series 3
2005 Athletes in Training Himself - contestant E4, following The Games contestants through their intensive training regime
2005–present Coronation Street Lloyd Mullaney ITV1, principal cast, first appearance 20 June 2005
2005 The Paul O'Grady Show Himself - guest ITV1 chat show episode marking National Poetry Day, aired 6 October
2006 Fated Pedro Feature film
2006 Clubbing to Death Carl Begsley Feature film. Not yet released (in post production)
2009 Carpool Himself - interviewee Video-podcast interview by Robert Llewellyn of Red Dwarf
2010 Robert Llewellyn's Carpool Himself - interviewee Dave channel, chat show. Episode 1.5: aired 2 December
2010 50 Years of Corrie Stunts Himself - voiceover Coronation Street documentary, aired 6 December
2011 Zombie Carnage Frank Promotional trailer for feature film
2011 The Craig Charles Soul All-Nighter Himself - host Radio 2 music show, 27–28 August
2011 Cast Mates Himself Coronation Street online Q&A, 31 August
2011 This Morning Himself - Interviewee ITV daytime entertainment show, 6 September
2012 BBC Breakfast Himself - interviewee BBC1 news programme, 10 March
2012 Loose Women Himself - interviewee ITV1 chat show, 15 March
2012 Motorbike Diaries: Mad in the Med Himself - narrator Extreme Sports Channel, travel documentary series from Danny John-Jules of Red Dwarf
2012 Evidently... John Cooper Clarke Himself - interviewee BBC Four, documentary on the poet's life and career, aired 30 May

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