BOB
BOB
BOB
BOB

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Bob and Mark have been seen on a variety of Television programmes over the years. Included here are just a selection. Pour yourself a glass of dry white wine, sit back and relax as we journey through some of those memorable, small screen appearances. Bob on the Box

Camp Christmas
Camp Christmas
Recorded at the London Studios on 23 November 1993 this was the first lesbian and gay Christmas show, which was hosted by Erasure's Andy Bell and Melissa Etheridge. Bob appeared along with Lily Savage, Julian Clary (as the voice of a reindeer), Stephen Fry, Lea deLaria, Colin Bell, Justin Fashanu, Quentin Crisp, and Armistead Maupin. Lily was serving the food and was besotted by Bob who sang That's Life. They then both joined in with the whole group singing Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas. Written by Mark Trevorrow and Kit Hesketh-Harvey, the show reached no. 14 of Channel 4's 100 Greatest Christmas Moments.
24/12/93 Channel 4

Raw Soup
Guest appearance by Bob on this youth culture music show filmed at The Albany in Deptford, Rocklands.
1993 Channel 4

Naked City
Presented by Johnny Vaughan and Caitlin Moran. Bob was a guest on this cult show, which featured many of the world's biggest music acts, in a roller-coaster ride of interviews, performances and comedy.
1993 Channel 4

Viva Cabaret
Aquarius
This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius,...
Viva Cabaret Viva Cabaret
Bob oozed sex appeal, which worked the dancers up into a frenzy. They began ripping off his caftan.
Luckily, underneath, he was wearing a fetching blue number, to conceal his smooth hump.
Smooth hump Queen of the jungle
Bob's big finish, Let The Sun Shine In, and the pink-haired dancer has her eye on Bob's loin cloth.
Before he knew what was happening, she had whipped it off, leaving Bob in the buff.
Bob in the buff
Bob guested on the show a number of times. One of the more unusual numbers, Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord, led into Starman, complete with space suit and shiny, gold cape.
Viva Cabaret Viva Cabaret
Always the ladies man, Bob enjoyed appearing alongside page 3 stunna, Gayle Tuesday and they rocked gently singing Lucky Stars. Girlfriend Lily Savage provocatively lured Bob away for the duet, Somethin' Stupid. The trio ended the show with Viva Las Vegas.
Viva Cabaret Viva Cabaret
Viva Cabaret
Running enthusiastically onstage and decked out in shellsuit and pink legwarmers, Bob just couldn't keep up with the dancers on Fame.
Viva Cabaret Viva Cabaret
And finally, what show would be complete without Yeh Yeh?
Viva Cabaret
14/04-26/05/93 Channel 4
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Denton
Denton
Bob performed Fame on Andrew Denton's show.
1993 Channel 7