The Noughties

Series 1

Series 1, Episode 10 - 2009

4.0 7 x
In the last episode of the series, Angela Scanlon is joined by DJ and presenter Gemma Cairney and all-round telly favourite Joe Swash to look at the last year of the decade: 2009.

Series 1, Episode 9 - 2008

3.0 7 x
Heading back to the Noughties this time are singer Alexandra Burke and comedian Chris Ramsey, joining Angela Scanlon for an examination of all things 2008.

Series 1, Episode 8 - 2007

4.0 8 x
Angela Scanlon, Cherry Healey and Tyger Drew-Honey find out what pop culture heaven was in 2007. Their exploration includes the first glimpse of a new singing talent called Adele.

Series 1, Episode 7 - 2006

3.0 8 x
Grace Dent, Nathan Caton and Angela Scanlon look back at 2006's Take That comeback and Daniel Craig getting his licence to kill.

Series 1, Episode 6 - 2005

3.0 8 x
Angela Scanlon, Russell Kane and Tracy-Ann Oberman explore 2005's film, music and TV highlights, including a new Doctor Who and Paula Radcliffe winning the London Marathon.

Series 1, Episode 2 - The Noughties

3.0 6 x
Angela Scanlon, Amol Rajan and Emma Barnett journey back to 2001, when Harry Potter works his movie magic in cinemas for the first time, and the nation is gripped by a killer EastEnders storyline.

Series 1, Episode 5 - 2004

3.0 7 x
Joining Angela Scanlon this week are Clara Amfo and Dev Griffin, both of whom are stars of Strictly Come Dancing, which waltzed its way into the nation’s living rooms for the very first time in 2004.

Series 1, Episode 1 - 2000

3.0 7 x
Angela Scanlon, Ellie Taylor and Geoff Norcott take a light-hearted look back at the year 2000, from Kylie's iconic gold hotpants to Anne Robinson becoming TV’s most feared woman.

Series 1, Episode 4 - 2003

4.0 5 x
Angela Scanlon is joined by former EastEnders actor Nigel Harman and The Mash Report's comedy queen Rachel Parris to revisit the cultural highlights of 2003.

Series 1, Episode 3 - 2002

4.0 10 x
Angela Scanlon, Kimberley Walsh and Dane Baptiste look at 2002, answering questions like why did Michael Jackson dangle his baby out of a window, and how did Spooks become TV’s most shocking show?
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