Rob Beckett appearing on John Bishop’s Only Joking for Sky Broadcasting.
“If like me you’re the sort of person who likes to belt out a tune in the shower then I’m pretty sure this is the show for you… but if you’re the sort of person who likes to belt out a tune in the shower while another hundred people join in… then firstly, how big’s your bathroom? And secondly this is definitely the show for you!” – Rob Beckett
All Together Now will air across six episodes with the entertainment format produced for Saturday nights.
Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, each episode sees a range of talented performers – solos and groups – take to the stage to perform in front of The 100, an audience of great singers with big voices and even bigger opinions. If any of The 100 like what they hear, they stand up and join in. The greater the number that stand up and sing along, the higher the contestant’s score.
Featuring big name music talent as part of The 100, the series comprises of five hour-long heats. Each contestant is battling to convince as many of The 100 as possible to lend them their voices. The 100 are made up of specially cast members of the public all with singing credentials, from right across the UK. With a real mix of musical backgrounds, the singer will be confronted with 100 people all with something to say – tough crowds don’t get any tougher.
At the end of the show, two performers progress to the Grand Final for the chance to win a big cash prize. All Together Now is for anyone who believes their voice could win them big, and surprise a lot of people in the process.
In other BBC One news the corporation has announced the return of Doctor Foster for a second series. The drama will continue to tell the next chapter in Gemma’s story. Two years ago Doctor Gemma Foster (Suranne Jones) dramatically exposed her husband’s betrayals and he left town. Now Gemma’s life is destabilised once again when Simon (Bertie Carvel) returns.