Richard & Judy

November. 26,2001      
Rating:
4
Trailer Synopsis

Richard & Judy was a British chat show presented by the married couple Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan. The show originally aired on Channel 4, from 2001 to 2008, but later moved to digital channel, Watch, in October 2008. The programme featured a number of celebrities and a book club. Its final episode aired in July 2009 due to low ratings.

Seasons & Episode

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Seasons 9 : 2008

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Episode 1 - Series 9, Episode 1
June. 16,2008

Episode 2 - Series 9, Episode 2
June. 17,2008

Episode 3 - Series 9, Episode 3
June. 18,2008

Episode 4 - Series 9, Episode 4
June. 19,2008

Episode 5 - Series 9, Episode 5
June. 20,2008

Episode 6 - Series 9, Episode 6
June. 23,2008

Episode 7 - Series 9, Episode 7
June. 24,2008

Episode 8 - Series 9, Episode 8
June. 25,2008

Episode 9 - Series 9, Episode 9
June. 26,2008

Episode 10 - Series 9, Episode 10
June. 27,2008

Episode 11 - Series 9, Episode 11
June. 30,2008

Episode 12 - Series 9, Episode 12
July. 01,2008

Episode 13 - Series 9, Episode 13
July. 02,2008

Episode 14 - Series 9, Episode 14
July. 03,2008

Episode 15 - Series 9, Episode 15
July. 04,2008

Episode 16 - Series 9, Episode 16
July. 07,2008

Episode 17 - Series 9, Episode 17
July. 08,2008

Episode 18 - Series 9, Episode 18
July. 09,2008

Episode 19 - Series 9, Episode 19
July. 10,2008

Episode 20 - Series 9, Episode 20
July. 11,2008

Episode 21 - Series 9, Episode 21
July. 14,2008

Episode 22 - Series 9, Episode 22
July. 15,2008

Episode 23 - Series 9, Episode 23
July. 16,2008

Episode 24 - Series 9, Episode 24
July. 17,2008

Episode 25 - Series 9, Episode 25
July. 18,2008

Episode 26 - Series 9, Episode 26
July. 21,2008

Episode 27 - Series 9, Episode 27
July. 22,2008

Episode 28 - Series 9, Episode 28
July. 23,2008

Episode 29 - Series 9, Episode 29
July. 24,2008

Episode 30 - Series 9, Episode 30
July. 25,2008

Episode 31 - Series 9, Episode 31
July. 28,2008

Episode 32 - Series 9, Episode 32
July. 29,2008

Episode 33 - Series 9, Episode 33
July. 30,2008

Episode 34 - Series 9, Episode 34
July. 31,2008

Episode 35 - Series 9, Episode 35
August. 01,2008

Episode 36 - Series 9, Episode 36
August. 04,2008

Episode 37 - Series 9, Episode 37
August. 05,2008

Episode 38 - Series 9, Episode 38
August. 06,2008

Episode 39 - Series 9, Episode 39
August. 07,2008

Episode 40 - Series 9, Episode 40
August. 08,2008

Episode 41 - Series 9, Episode 41
August. 11,2008

Episode 42 - Series 9, Episode 42
August. 12,2008

Episode 43 - Series 9, Episode 43
August. 13,2008

Episode 44 - Series 9, Episode 44
August. 14,2008

Episode 45 - Series 9, Episode 45
August. 15,2008

Episode 46 - Series 9, Episode 46
August. 18,2008

Episode 47 - Series 9, Episode 47
August. 19,2008

Episode 48 - Series 9, Episode 48
August. 20,2008

Episode 49 - Series 9, Episode 49
August. 21,2008

Episode 50 - Series 9, Episode 50
August. 22,2008

Seasons 8 : 2008

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Seasons 7 : 2007

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54 Episode

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Seasons 6 : 2007

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45 Episode

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Seasons 5 : 2006

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54 Episode

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Seasons 4 : 2004

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195 Episode

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Seasons 3 : 2004

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195 Episode

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Seasons 2 : 2002

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203 Episode

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Seasons 1 : 2001

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145 Episode

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