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Chain Reaction (nicknamed "the tag-team talk show") is a hostless chat show first broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991, and then revived on BBC Radio 4 in 2005. Each week an individual from the world of entertainment selects someone that they would like to interview.

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  • Chain Reaction (nicknamed "the tag-team talk show") is a hostless chat show first broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991, and then revived on BBC Radio 4 in 2005. Each week an individual from the world of entertainment selects someone that they would like to interview.
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  • Chain Reaction (nicknamed "the tag-team talk show") is a hostless chat show first broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991, and then revived on BBC Radio 4 in 2005. Each week an individual from the world of entertainment selects someone that they would like to interview. This interviewee goes on to be the next week's interviewer.The first series comprised four programmes broadcast on Radio 5 on successive nights starting on New Year's Eve 31 December 1991, with the following guests:Ralph Steadman interviewing John CleeseJohn Cleese interviewing William GoldmanWilliam Goldman interviewing Ian McKellenIan McKellen interviewing Glenys KinnockThe first revived series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Jenny Eclair interviewing Jimmy CarrJimmy Carr interviewing Matt LucasMatt Lucas interviewing Johnny VegasJohnny Vegas interviewing Stewart LeeStewart Lee interviewing Alan MooreAlan Moore interviewing Brian EnoThe second series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Jo Brand interviewing Barry CryerBarry Cryer interviewing Mark ThomasMark Thomas interviewing Alexei SayleAlexei Sayle interviewing Lenny HenryLenny Henry interviewing Bill BaileyBill Bailey interviewing Simon PeggThe third series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Marcus Brigstocke interviewing Clive AndersonClive Anderson interviewing John LloydJohn Lloyd interviewing Phill JupitusPhill Jupitus interviewing John HegleyJohn Hegley interviewing Jack DeeJack Dee interviewing Jeremy HardyThe fourth series comprises four episodes, with the following guests:Catherine Tate interviewing David TennantDavid Tennant interviewing Richard WilsonRichard Wilson interviewing Arabella WeirArabella Weir interviewing Paul WhitehouseThe fifth series comprises six episodes, with the following guests:Robert Llewellyn interviewing Dave GormanDave Gorman interviewing Frank SkinnerFrank Skinner interviewing Eddie IzzardEddie Izzard interviewing Alastair CampbellAlastair Campbell interviewing Alistair McGowanAlistair McGowan interviewing Simon CallowThe sixth series began on Friday 13 August 2010, with the following guests:Ronni Ancona interviewing Lee MackLee Mack interviewing Adrian EdmondsonAdrian Edmondson interviewing Ruby WaxRuby Wax interviewing Harry ShearerHarry Shearer interviewing Stephen MerchantStephen Merchant interviewing Jarvis CockerThe seventh series began on Friday 29 July 2011, with the following guests:Rhys Thomas interviewing Simon DaySimon Day interviewing Peter HookPeter Hook interviewing John Cooper ClarkeJohn Cooper Clarke interviewing Kevin EldonKevin Eldon interviewing Mark SteelMark Steel interviewing Barry DaviesThe eighth series began on Friday 27 July 2012, with the following guests:Jeremy Front interviewing his sister Rebecca FrontRebecca Front interviewing Chris AddisonChris Addison interviewing Derren BrownDerren Brown interviewing Tim MinchinTim Minchin interviewing Caitlin MoranCaitlin Moran interviewing Jennifer SaundersThe ninth series began on Friday 27 December 2013, with the following guests:Terry Christian interviewing Kevin BridgesKevin Bridges interviewing Frankie BoyleFrankie Boyle interviewing Grant MorrisonGrant Morrison interviewing Neil InnesNeil Innes interviewing Graham LinehanGraham Linehan interviewing Adam Buxton.The tenth series began on Wednesday 18 February 2015, with the following guests:Adam Buxton interviewing Reece ShearsmithReece Shearsmith interviewing Bob MortimerBob Mortimer interviewing Vic ReevesVic Reeves interviewing Olivia ColmanOlivia Colman interviewing Sharon HorganSharon Horgan interviewing Dennis KellyThe eleventh series began on Wednesday 24 February 2016, with the following guests:Ed Byrne interviewing Al MurrayAl Murray interviewing Ian HislopIan Hislop interviewing Victoria Coren MitchellVictoria Coren Mitchell interviewing Sandi ToksvigSandi Toksvig interviewing Roy HuddRoy Hudd interviewing Alison SteadmanThe theme music is 'I Do Not Fear Jazz' by Big Strides.
  • Chain Reaction (nicknamed "the tag-team talk show") is a hostless chat show first broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991, and then revived on BBC Radio 4 in 2005. Each week an individual from the world of entertainment selects someone that they would like to interview. This interviewee goes on to be the next week's interviewer.The first series comprised four programmes broadcast on Radio 5 on successive nights starting on New Year's Eve 31 December 1991, with the following guests:Ralph Steadman interviewing John CleeseJohn Cleese interviewing William GoldmanWilliam Goldman interviewing Ian McKellenIan McKellen interviewing Glenys KinnockThe first revived series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Jenny Eclair interviewing Jimmy CarrJimmy Carr interviewing Matt LucasMatt Lucas interviewing Johnny VegasJohnny Vegas interviewing Stewart LeeStewart Lee interviewing Alan MooreAlan Moore interviewing Brian EnoThe second series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Jo Brand interviewing Barry CryerBarry Cryer interviewing Mark ThomasMark Thomas interviewing Alexei SayleAlexei Sayle interviewing Lenny HenryLenny Henry interviewing Bill BaileyBill Bailey interviewing Simon PeggThe third series comprised six episodes, with the following guests:Marcus Brigstocke interviewing Clive AndersonClive Anderson interviewing John LloydJohn Lloyd interviewing Phill JupitusPhill Jupitus interviewing John HegleyJohn Hegley interviewing Jack DeeJack Dee interviewing Jeremy HardyThe fourth series comprises four episodes, with the following guests:Catherine Tate interviewing David TennantDavid Tennant interviewing Richard WilsonRichard Wilson interviewing Arabella WeirArabella Weir interviewing Paul WhitehouseThe fifth series comprises six episodes, with the following guests:Robert Llewellyn interviewing Dave GormanDave Gorman interviewing Frank SkinnerFrank Skinner interviewing Eddie IzzardEddie Izzard interviewing Alastair CampbellAlastair Campbell interviewing Alistair McGowanAlistair McGowan interviewing Simon CallowThe sixth series began on Friday 13 August 2010, with the following guests:Ronni Ancona interviewing Lee MackLee Mack interviewing Adrian EdmondsonAdrian Edmondson interviewing Ruby WaxRuby Wax interviewing Harry ShearerHarry Shearer interviewing Stephen MerchantStephen Merchant interviewing Jarvis CockerThe seventh series began on Friday 29 July 2011, with the following guests:Rhys Thomas interviewing Simon DaySimon Day interviewing Peter HookPeter Hook interviewing John Cooper ClarkeJohn Cooper Clarke interviewing Kevin EldonKevin Eldon interviewing Mark SteelMark Steel interviewing Barry DaviesThe eighth series began on Friday 27 July 2012, with the following guests:Jeremy Front interviewing his sister Rebecca FrontRebecca Front interviewing Chris AddisonChris Addison interviewing Derren BrownDerren Brown interviewing Tim MinchinTim Minchin interviewing Caitlin MoranCaitlin Moran interviewing Jennifer SaundersThe ninth series began on Friday 27 December 2013, with the following guests:Terry Christian interviewing Kevin BridgesKevin Bridges interviewing Frankie BoyleFrankie Boyle interviewing Grant MorrisonGrant Morrison interviewing Neil InnesNeil Innes interviewing Graham LinehanGraham Linehan interviewing Adam Buxton.The tenth series began on Wednesday 18 February 2015, with the following guests:Adam Buxton interviewing Reece ShearsmithReece Shearsmith interviewing Bob MortimerBob Mortimer interviewing Vic ReevesVic Reeves interviewing Olivia ColmanOlivia Colman interviewing Sharon HorganSharon Horgan interviewing Dennis KellyThe eleventh series began on Wednesday 24 February 2016, with the following guests:Ed Byrne interviewing Al MurrayAl Murray interviewing Ian HislopIan Hislop interviewing Victoria Coren MitchellVictoria Coren Mitchell interviewing Sandi ToksvigSandi Toksvig interviewing Roy HuddRoy Hudd interviewing Alison SteadmanThe twelfth series began on Monday 13 February 2017, with the following guests:Sara Cox interviewing Joe LycettJoe Lycett interviewing Katherine RyanKatherine Ryan interviewing Sara PascoeSara Pascoe interviewing Harry HillHarry Hill interviewing Tim VineTim Vine interviewing Sir Ken DoddThe theme music is "I Do Not Fear Jazz" by Big Strides.
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