|2001||Antiques Roadshow||The Next Generation||BBC ONE|
|2014||The Only Way Is Essex (TOWIE)||Series 11, Episode 1||ITV 2|
|2014||Chrissy B Show||Interview||My Channel|
|2015||Britain's Got Talent (BGT)||Series 9, Episode 3||ITV 1|
|2015||Britain's Got Talent (BGT)||Series 9, Episode 7||ITV 1|
|2016||Born To Fight||Episode 4, 27th April 2016||London Live|
|Judge Rinder||3rd May 2016|| |
|2017||At The Races||17th July 2017||At The Races|
|2017||Regional News - Bridgwater Carnival (West Country)||5th November 2017||BBC & ITV|
Windsor Racecourse (At The Races)
Aired and recorded live on Monday 17th July 2017. Paul is interviewed by presenter Matt Chapman briefly talking about Britain's Got Talent and being at the races for the first time.
Judge Rinder (ITV)
Born To Fight (London Live)
Britain's Got Talent (ITV)
Paul's first major appearance on a television show was Series 9 of Britain's Got Talent. He sang his own dance track "Hold You In My Arms", to which he famously forgot the words on the second verse. He got the audience and three of the judges dancing away; resulting in three yeses. He did not go through to the semi-finals. During his appearance, the audience figure reached 11.9 million; beating Eastenders Live and is still the most watched audition episode to date. It aired on Saturday 25th April 2015.
The Only Way Is Essex (ITV 2)
Antiques Roadshow (BBC One)
Filmed in 2000 at the RAF museum in Hendon (North London), Paul Manners appeared twice in the aired episode, which was broadcast on new year's day 2001. He presented a gold watch and several gramophone records, including Elvis Presley's original Jailhouse Rock on 78".