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What does LLB stand for?

LLB stands for Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen (British TV personality)

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Among the celebrities visiting the show were Jerry Hall, Rolf Harris, TV chef Ainsley Harriott and comedian Bill Bailey, who has had a plant named after him, and Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen.
In another scene, Bryn Davies, 34, plays Changing Rooms presenter Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen, who asks for sweeping staircases in a flat where a disabled woman wants to make adaptations.
30pm It may well be decades since this show, which styles itself 'the antidote to panel games' first went on air, but it's still as hilarious as ever - as games such as the catchily-titled 'Words of One Song to the Tune of Another' and last week's side-splittingly funny 'A Day in the Life' featuring Victoria Beckham and Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen illustrate.