Chewin' the Fat

Chewin' The Fat

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Chewin' the Fat is a Scottish comedy sketch show, starring Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill and Karen Dunbar. Comedians Paul Riley and Mark Cox also appeared regularly on the show.

Chewin' the Fat first started as a radio series on BBC Radio Scotland. The later television show, which ran for four series, was first broadcast on BBC One Scotland, but series three and four, as well as highlights from the first two series, were later broadcast to the rest of the United Kingdom. Although the last series ended in February 2002, Hogmanay specials continued from 2002 to 2005.

Chewin' the Fat gave rise to the spin-off show Still Game, a sitcom focusing on the two old male characters, Jack and Victor.

The series was mostly filmed in and around Glasgow and occasionally West Dunbartonshire.

The English idiom to chew the fat means to chat casually, but thoroughly, about subjects of mutual interest.

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Alistair and Rory: Two eccentric documentary presenters from the Scottish Highlands, fascinated with Scottish history and nature. They are constantly harassed by two Neds, who often play practical jokes on them and taunt them and often shout "ya couple a fannies!". The characters are partly based on the hosts of Scottish history programmes such as Weir's Way.


The Big Man: The Big Man is a tough Glasgow gangster, and a stereotypical representation of an "Alpha Male", who turns up to solve people's problems by means of intense......
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