Something for the weekend


Something for the weekend

Something for the Weekend may refer to:

In television:
* "Something for the Weekend" (2000s BBC TV series) a British programme mixing cooking, interviews, and general-interest clips
* "Something for the Weekend" (1989 BBC TV series), a sketch comedy show featuring Susie Blake
* "Something for the Weekend" (Channel 4 TV series), a 1999 Lad-culture show presented by Denise van Outen and discussed in the documentary ""
* "Something for the Weekend", an episode of "The Grimleys"

In music:
* "Something 4 the Weekend", a song by the Super Furry Animals
* "Something for the Weekend" (song), a song by The Divine Comedy from "Casanova"
* "Something for the Weekend", a song by The Distractions
* "Something for the Weekend", a song by Fred & Roxy
* "Something for the Weekend", a song by Emma Holland from "Play On"
* "Something for the Weekend", an album by Brass Construction
* "Something for the Weekend", an album by Radio Stars
* "Something for the Weekend", an album by Stackridge

In other uses:
* "Something for the Weekend", a cookbook by Jamie Oliver
* "Something for the Weekend", a newspaper column in "The Times" by John Diamond
* "Something for the Weekend", a book by Paulin McLynn


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