|Too Much TV|
|Presented by|| Aled Jones |
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||25|
|Executive producer(s)||Leon Wilde|
|Production location(s)||Princess Studios|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||BBC Two|
|Picture format||16:9 (HDTV)|
|Original release||29 February –|
1 April 2016
Too Much TV is a British television programme, that has aired on BBC Two between 29 February and 1 April 2016. It was broadcast on weeknights at 6:30 pm and is presented by Emma Bunton, Aled Jones, Sara Cox and Rufus Hound.
The show is presented by Spice Girls member and radio DJ Emma Bunton, singer and broadcaster Aled Jones, radio and television presenter Sara Cox and comedian and actor Rufus Hound. The four presenters host the show in-rotation.
The show features a number of roving reporters including Susan Calman and Funmbi Omotayo.
|Aled Jones||1, 3–5, 9–15, 18–22, 24, 25|
|Sara Cox||1–2, 4–5, 8–9, 11, 13, 16–18, 20–21, 23, 25|
|Emma Bunton||2–3, 6–7, 10, 12, 14–17, 19, 22–24|
|1||29 February 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Tyger Drew-Honey & Carol Kirkwood||Aled and Sara First presenting episode|
|2||1 March 2016||Sara Cox & Emma Bunton||Giles Coren & Giovanni Pernice||Emma's First presenting episode|
|3||2 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Daniel Hopwood, Sophie Robinson & Eddie Izzard|
|4||3 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Chelsee Healey|
|5||4 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Alistair Petrie & Alison O'Donnell||Friday quiz won by Sara Cox|
|6||7 March 2016||Rufus Hound & Emma Bunton||Joivan Wade & Rufus Jones||Rufus First Presenting episode|
|7||8 March 2016||Rufus Hound & Emma Bunton||Jemma Redgrave|
|8||9 March 2016||Rufus Hound & Sara Cox||Calum Callaghan|
|9||10 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Matthew Chambers|
|10||11 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Tim Vine & Joe and Jake||Friday quiz won by Aled Jones|
|11||14 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Liz Carr & Vicki Michelle|
|12||15 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Robert Emms & Brian Conley|
|13||16 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Tom Heap, Funmbi Omotayo & Iwan Thomas|
|14||17 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Jeremy Vine & Jamie Raven|
|15||18 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Nikesh Patel & Aysha Kala||Friday quiz won by Emma Bunton|
|16||21 March 2016||Sara Cox & Emma Bunton|
|17||22 March 2016||Sara Cox & Emma Bunton||Emma Was in for Aled who was ill|
|18||23 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox|
|19||24 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton|
|20||25 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox|
|21||28 March 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||The Lancashire Hotpots|
|22||29 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton|
|23||30 March 2016||Sara Cox & Emma Bunton|
|24||31 March 2016||Aled Jones & Emma Bunton||Elaine C. Smith||Tribute made to Ronnie Corbett|
|25||1 April 2016||Aled Jones & Sara Cox||Keith Barry|
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