|The Adam and Joe Show – TV Series 1|
|S01E01 – episode guide||07 December 1996||24m21||305MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S01E02 – episode guide||14 December 1996||24m24||290MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S01E03 – episode guide||21 December 1996||24m33||295MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S01E04 – episode guide||31 December 1996||24m21||296MB||iTunes||4oD|
Where To Watch?
All four episodes from series 1 are available to download on iTunes for £4.99 – or individually at £1.89 each (prices may change but this is the current price as of April 2013).
If you’d prefer to own a physical copy, ‘The Adam and Joe DVD’ contains the best bits from the TV show and is usually priced around £3.00 on Amazon.
You can also stream the shows for free on 4OD if you don’t mind watching a few adverts.
Season 1 details
Released: 07 July 2008
Copyright: © World of Wonder Ltd
Adam and Joe present homemade TV and DIY comedy from their Brixton bedsit. Inspired by popular culture, the first series features the cuddly toy versions of films like Seven and Trainspotting as well as Baaadad’s single reviews.
"Joe Cornish takes his free 10%"
Released: 07 December 1996
Size: 305MB (SD)
Join Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish in their Brixton bedsit for more home made television and DIY comedy inspired by popular culture. This show features the much talked about cuddly toy version of Trainspotting. Strong language, adult humour and plane crash scenes
Watch a clip from s01e01 via Channel 4 website: Free Thinking
Released: 14 December 1996
Size: 290MB (SD)
Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish take us on another joumey into their world of DIY TV. Their collection of cuddly toys recreate Seven, and Louise (Adam’s alter ego) offers some useful party tips. Strong language and adult humour
Released: 21 December 1996
Size: 295MB (SD)
Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish create their own world of DIY TV. The Vinyl Justice Coppers raid the home of Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy, exposing some of the most embarrassing records in his collection. Strong language and adult humour
Released: 31 December 1996
Size: 296MB (SD)
The award winning duo Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish create their own world of DIY TV. Top tips from the boys include three ways to pass time on long car journeys plus their guide to the best motorway service stations. Strong language and adult humour
|The Adam and Joe Show – TV Series 2|
|S02E01 – episode guide||22 November 1997||24m41||300MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S02E02 – episode guide||29 November 1997||24m35||294MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S02E03 – episode guide||06 December 1997||24m30||291MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S02E04 – episode guide||13 December 1997||24m38||301MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S02E05 – episode guide||06 March 1998||24m36||297MB||iTunes||4oD|
|S02E06 – episode guide||13 March 1998||24m34||294MB||iTunes||4oD|
Adam and Joe’s collection of soft toys re-create their own unique version of The English Patient. Adam’s father Baadad, samples life at the summer rock festivals while Gary Numan is on the receiving end of the Vinyl Justice squad. Strong language and adult humour
Released: 29 November 1997
Ad and Joe’s stuffed toy collection present Shine, their tribute to the Oscar-winning movie. Ken Korda is back with his weekly guide to making it in the movies and Frank Zappa’s son Ahmed finds the Vinyl Justice squad knocking at his door. Strong language and adult humour
Released: 06 December 1997
Movie mogul Ken Korda continues with his guide to making it in the movies and Adam’s dad carries on with his report on the summer’s festivals and finds V97 ‘extremely troubling to someone of my generation’. Strong language and adult humour
Released: 13 December 1997
The boys cuddly toys re-enact Creche, their tribute to conhoversial movie Crash and Adam’s Dad Baaadad airs his musical views on No Doubt, Hanson and Chumbawamha. Strong language and adult humour
|The Adam and Joe Show – TV Series 3|
|S03E01 – episode guide||date||length||size||iTunes||4oD|