Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Come Dine With Me Presenter Dave Lamb Exclusive Interview…..
Dave Lamb is the comic genius behind Come Dine With Me on Channel 4.
Enjoy a rare and exclusive interview with Dave finding out how you go from being a ‘serious’ voice over to a camp old tart insulting all the contestants on the show!
It’s got to be one of the biggest shows of the noughties, and it’s all down to Dave Lamb….
Lamb has had two main-cast roles in television sitcoms, firstly as producer Des in The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle (broadcast October 2007) and then in early 2008 he played put-upon television writer Carl Morris in ITV’s Moving Wallpaper.
He also played Sergeant Foster in two episodes of Only Fools and Horses prequel Rock & Chips, including the special shown on BBC One on New Year’s Day 2011.
He now co-presents a CBBC show Horrible Histories: Gory Games and was a regular on the first series of Alexander Armstrong’s Big Ask.
In 2009, he appeared in Miranda, in the episode in which Miranda pretends to go to Thailand. In 2014, he appeared alongside the rest of the original cast of Goodness Gracious Me in a reunion special that was produced for BBC Two’s 50th Anniversary.
Lamb was a member of radio comedy troupe The Cheese Shop and has also featured on radio recording three series of The Bigger Issues as well as featuring on 15 Minute Musical, The Alan Davies Show, ElvenQuest, No Future in Eternity, The Big Town All Stars, The Very World of Milton Jones, Artists and The Way It Is.
He has also recorded two series of a radio drama entitled London, Europe for Radio 4, which he also wrote.
Radio 4 aired his sitcom, Hobby Bobbies during Summer 2013.
Recorded 2011 by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio.