The duo, who had a Saturday morning hit with Dick and Dom in da Bungalow, have since been focusing on family shows. Dick - Richard Mc-Court, 30 - said: "We've had lots of interest from all the channels. It's a very exciting time. By Mirror. Dick and Dom BBC Get a daily dose of showbiz gossip straight to your inbox with our free email newsletter Sign up When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.
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The show was instead based around games, mess, mayhem, surrealism and Dick and Dom's banter and barbed asides, and not forgetting its most notorious creation, 'Bogies'. And it was rare amongst children's programmes in having a devoted following amongst people much older than the target audience. The show actually began one year earlier as a cheap filler for weekend mornings on the CBBC digital channel. But following the unexpected success of the show, it was promoted to BBC1, with the dismal Saturday Show relegated to the summer. The Sunday shows, meanwhile, remained CBBC channel-only - and possibly because of this still managed to retain an edge over Saturday's programmes, Dick and Dom pushing the boundaries of what they could get away with on a children's programme.
Well, almost. Dick And Dom were back in Da Bungalow, but with the unwelcome addition of a celebrity bungalowhead, of which not all of them were very sporting, most certainly Rachel Stevens who stormed off the first show of the new series. Still hosted by Sam and Mark, and Fearne with the questionable addition of JK And Joel it was nice to have a studio audience back, but with the main show itself now demoted to Sunday evenings on BBC 2, it was more or less stillborn from the offset. More to come soon…. I live in Margate and am interested in radio and music.