Episode one: Monday 6th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode two: Tuesday 7th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode three: Wednesday 8th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode four: Thursday 9th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode five: Monday 13th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode six: Tuesday 14th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
Episode seven: Wednesday 15th August 11.00pm-11.30pm
The 'Soundtrack To My Life' show featuring Paul is being repeated again on digital channel Play UK. August 12th: 11.30am-12
The 'Soundtrack To My Life' show featuring Paul is being repeated on the digital channel Play UK. It will be shown on Thursday 14th June from 13.30 - 14.00
There is rumoured to be a new series of 'Two Thousand Acres Of Sky'.
The pilot episode of new gameshow 'Aien Abduction' was filmed last year with Paul playing the 'alien' host Bob Cosmos. To read more click Alien Abduction at the top of the page.
The new series of Perfect World has finished it's run on BBC2 every Monday night at 9.30pm. The repeats of the Monday episode were shown on the following Sunday, BBC2 at 11.25pm. Also repeats were shown on the digital channel BBC Choice.
Comedy/drama '2000 Acres Of Sky' was shown from January 2001 and ran for eight episodes. Paul played Kenny Marsh. To read more click the picture to the left to go to the '2000 Acres Of Sky' section.
Dennis was voted number 28 in Channel 4's '100 Greatest TV Characters'. Well done!
In the short comedy film 'Yoorinal', Paul plays the character Mark who observes the different type of men that use men's loos. Read more about the film by clicking the picture on the left.
Not so long ago Paul was a guest on the football show '45 minutes' hosted by Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers. To learn more about the show click the image.
Paul was a guest on the BBC comedy sports quiz 'They Think It's All Over' last year.
Paul introduced the grand final of the 'New Comedy Awards Final' which was shown on BBC Choice on Thursday 31st August at 11pm. Some of the UK's up and coming comics performed to live audiences in clubs and theaters around the country.
The channel 4 series comedy 'Spaced' had Paul in where he played 'Hoover', Vulva's sidekick. The second series has just finished it's run on channel 4 but repeats are being shown on the digital channel E4. Also, a third series of the comedy is planned.
Paul appeared as a guest on 'Soundtrack to My Life', which was shown on the digital channel Play UK. To read more click the 'Soundtrack To Paul's Life' link at the top of this page.
Paul was one of the travelers on the BBC Choice programme 'Mark Owen's Celebrity Scooters'. He joined other celebrities in the cities of Arnhem and Rotterdam. Click the pic to read more.
I'm not sure when, but Paul had a role in a US teen show called 'Push A Little Harder'. It centred around the students of CSU (California Southern University) and the athletic programmes there. Paul played 'Bryce Harlan' a writing instructor to someone named Cara. Bryce was involved with her and it seems as though he dies of an overdose after a short story Cara wrote about them ended up being published, humiliating her In the third episode 'On Your Mark'. Paul is only in a few episodes but the show has been cancelled by 'ABC' twice. To go to a site about the show click the picture.
When Dennis was still going Paul appeared as him on the BBC2 comedy quiz show 'Shooting Stars'. It was hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimor with team captains Mark Lamarr and Ulrika Johnson. To go to a 'Shooting Stars' site click the picture, also after three years, the show is apparently making a comeback!
A few years ago Paul was persuaded by a friend to volunteer to be painted/drawn by a group of 'Core Arts' members who had mental health problems. It took place in Hackney and a previous person to have sat for the session was comedian Mark Thomas. Sean Hughes followed after Paul. Paul was impressed with the outcome, he said the sitting had a relaxed atmosphere with incredible energy - "I was amazed by the level of enthusiasm, the variety of characters and the range of work that was produced at the end of the day. I particularly liked the more sparse portraits, and I got a real buzz when I saw that one of mine had been turned into a stamp. The whole thing was a great idea". Click the picture to go to the Hackneynet site.
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