Ross Noble Freewheeling

As you may remember if you follow Ross on Twitter, earlier this year Ross toured the UK with a camera crew filming his new 6-part TV show which airs on Dave, starting Tuesday 29th October 2013 at 10pm.

Ross put his fate completely in the hands of the public as he called on fans through social media to decide every step of his journey. Just like his stand up Ross threw out the script, along with the guidebook, and crowd-sourced the sort of experiences and people that you never normally hear about. The sort of things you’d least expect to be the basis of comedy.

Ross Noble Freewheeling is an anti-travelogue, a revealing comic journey and a fascinating insight into modern Britain.

To view exclusive clips for the show, please visit the official programme page on the Dave website.

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6 Responses to Ross Noble Freewheeling

  1. George says:

    Dear Ross,
    Hello my name is George i am 23 years old and i recently saw you in the movie,Stitches and i really enjoyed it and i was wondering if you would please send e a signed photo of you as Stitches if you would consider my address is:
    George Patnode
    6205 E.Greenway St.
    Apt # 4
    Mesa,AZ 85205
    i hope you get my message and i hope you can consider my request.
    Thank you,Ross
    Sincerely your big fan,

  2. Ben says:

    Will there be a second series???

  3. Hi Ross, I’m Nick, I run South East Biker magazine. With my business partner, we’ve launched a new product – give us a shout for a freebee set, but I’m contacting you about doing a voice over for our product video – for a fee of course –

    on our website

    01892 459080

  4. Julie says:

    Hi Ross, Cheeky I know, but any chance of you donating a couple of tickets for your Southend on Sea show in Jan 2015 for a charity auction? I am helping to organise a ball for a local support group, part of Parkinson’s UK.

  5. Kerstee says:

    Why for can I not buy freewheeling to peruse and enjoy at my leisure on repeat?

  6. Jon says:

    Freewheeling is a brilliant show – feel good, and then some – and Ross is the perfect man for the job. If only the Bally BBC were still taking such great comedy risks. Hoping that Series 3 might happen sometime.
    Lots of Love and Laugh out Loud.

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