These paper people are from the TV panel game broadcast "Shooting Stars", the papercrafts are created by sally. Shooting Stars is a British television comedy panel game broadcast on BBC Two as a pilot in 1993, then as 3 full series from 1995 to 1997, then on BBC Choice from January to December 2002 with 2 series before returning to BBC Two for another 3 series from 2008 until its axing in 2011. Created and hosted by double-act Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer; it uses the panel show format but with the comedians' often slapstick, surreal and anarchic humour does not rely on rules in order to function, with the pair apparently ignoring existing rules or inventing new ones as and when the mood takes them.
The basic format of the show is that of a conventional panel game. The hosts and the two teams of three sit behind desks. The hosts ask questions of the two teams, and points are awarded for "correct" answers. The scoring is largely arbitrary and simply a device to give a structure to the proceedings. Reeves will almost always perform a gesture of rubbing both his thighs in front of a beautiful female guest seated directly to his right, to indicate his attraction to her.
Each episode is produced by editing together excerpts of a longer session. Sometimes the number of questions asked to each team is different, or certain contestants are never asked a question at all. Props also occasionally appear on contestant's podiums for no reason, including an M-Audio Keyboard which appears regularly in front of Bob but which he never plays.
Rounds include "true or false", the filmclip round, the impressions round and "The Dove from Above". In the impressions round, contestants have to guess what song Vic Reeves is singing "in the club style" - so stylised as to be incomprehensible.