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Let's Roll With Roland Butter
Format Children's comedy
Starring Peter Cocks (Roland Butter), Karl Sedgwick (Keef)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
Production
Producer(s) The Foundation
Running time 15 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CITV (on ITV1)

Let's Roll with Roland Butter is a TV series on CITV made in 2004 but for only one series. The show was written by and starring Peter Cocks as a tubby teenager who is obsessed with sport and tries out many different activities every week. Naturally, none of this goes according to plan.

The episodes were supposedly filmed by Roland's best friend, Keef (played by Karl Sedgwick).

Since the show stopped broadcasting in 2004, it hasn't been repeated.

Peter Cocks

The star of the show Peter Cocks who plays Roland has also played two other characters in other CITV shows made by the same production company The Foundation. He played the character 'Dad' in Globo Loco from 2003 - 2004. And he played The Doctor in the Saturday morning show Ministry Of Mayhem from 2004 - 2005. Although Peter came back to play The Doctor on the very last Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown on 1 July 2006 (which replaced the Ministry of Mayhem name at the start of 2006). Peter has also written a number of episodes for the 2002 revival of The Basil Brush Show (also produced by The Foundation) as well occasionally making an appearance.


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