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Exclusive New Toast Of London Clip

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Having effortlessly stolen scenes in The IT Crowd, Garth Merenghi's Darkplace and The Mighty Boosh, Matt Berry was finally given the lead in his excellently received Channel 4 series Toast of London. If, like us, you loved every awkward second of the first season, you'll be happy to hear that the second kicks off on Monday.

We've got an exclusive clip to share with you: the pre-credits scene of the first episode, which features middle-aged actor Steven Toast recording the new voice for the London Underground, while hipster studio intern Clem Fandango, engineer Danny Bear and - of course - Boris Johnson look on.

Treats coming later in the series include a guest appearance from Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, which will go out in December, while we discover that Toast is Britain's second best actor acting in high wind. Presumably he blows other people away in those roles.

Toast of London returns Monday November 3rd, 10:35pm on Channel 4

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