The fourth series of the award-winning show. Kevin Eldon is a comedy phenomenon. He’s been in virtually every major comedy show in the last 15 years, but not content with working with the likes of Chris Morris, Steve Coogan, Armando Iannucci, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, Stewart Lee, Julia Davis and Graham Linehan, he’s also created his own comedy series for BBC Radio 4.
In this series, Kevin gives the show a narrative turn, as he pretends to be broadcasting from the Eldon family's stately home, complete with Morwenna Banks ('Absolutely') as his artistic genius Italian wife Alessandra, Kate Duchêne as Helen, the family archivist and Miles Jupp and Justin Edwards as Kevin's adopted twin sons, Jacob and Rees (and their cat Mogg).
Also joining the show are Dan 'Angelos Epithemiou' Skinner - whilst Catherine Shepherd, David Reed and Paul Putner play the usual wild range of characters....
The show is written by Kevin with additional material by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris ('Philomena Cunk' and yes, those modern Ladybird books).
The show comes from Pozzitive, proud producers of Cabin Pressure, Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones!, Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, The Brig Society, The Castle, Armando Iannucci’s Charm Offensive and Agendum....
In the first episode, we present the show from Kevin’s very own mansion, complete with an Italian genius, a brace of pedantic sons, a giraffe on a pulley and Britain’s noisiest toast as Kevin’s adopted twin sons Jacob and Rees declare independence form the family home....
In Show 2, why not take a stroll through the Eldon family archive as we get to meet Kevin’s ancestors, discover the true value of £35 billion pounds and wallow in mud.
Show 3, and Kevin Eldon and his all-important cast enjoy a naked tractor ride, a dusty humbug and a love story with cannons.
And in the fourth and final episode, we hear the sounds of multiple flamethrowers, God and an archivist being flung onto a lorry.
Written by Kevin Eldon, with additional material by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris.
Produced and directed by David Tyler.
A Pozzitive production for the BBC.