Episodes

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20080217 (BBC7)
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A look at hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours.

A look at hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours, from the northern comic's monologues of the 1950s.

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20080106/07 (BBC7)"

Dad! Dad! Is that Al Read? He's a classic comedy act isn't he, Dad? Vintage humour from November 1954, isn't it, Dad?

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20100815 (BBC7)A nagging wife - and secrets of the boys in blue.

From November 1954.

Monologues and sketches from the legendary Northern comic.

20080120/21 (BBC7)The sausage maker from Salford turned king of the comedy catchphrase stars in this episode first broadcast in 1966.
1954110020080708 (BBC7)Secrets of the boys in blue.

Monologue-cum-sketch show hosted by the great comedian.

From November 1954.

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"Dad! Dad! Is that Al Read? He's a classic comedy act isn't he, Dad? Vintage humour from November 1954, isn't it, Dad?

A nagging wife and secrets of the boys in blue. Monologues and sketches.

A nagging wife and secrets of the boys in blue. Monologues and sketches from the legendary Northern comic. From November 1954.

A nagging wife and secrets of the boys in blue. Monologues and sketches from November 1954

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The sausage maker from Salford turned king of the comedy catchphrase stars in this episode first broadcast in 1955..

Starring the Salford sausage maker turned monarch of the monologue.

Starring the Salford sausage maker turned monarch of the monologue. With Louise Traill and Albert Franks. From November 1955.

1966020020080722 (BBC7)Starring the sausage maker from Salford turned king of the comedy catchphrase.

From February 1966.

1966110620080224 (BBC7)
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Poking fun at fireman and hospitals. Sketches and monologues from the former Salford sausage maker. From November 1966.
19700509"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read-

Guest singing star HELEN SHAPIRO \ GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Shapiro

Unknown: George Bradley

Produced By: John Browell

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

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19700509A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read-

Guest singing star HELEN SHAPIRO \ GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Shapiro

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

19700516"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read

Guest singing stars THE KARLINS GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by ronnie taylor

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Karlins George Bradley

Produced By: John Browell

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

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19700516A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read

Guest singing stars THE KARLINS GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by ronnie taylor

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Karlins George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

19700523"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star LOIS LANE GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by John BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Lois Lane

Unknown: George Bradley

Produced By: John Browell

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

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19700523A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star LOIS LANE GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by John BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Lois Lane

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

19700530"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read

Guest singing star JULIE ROGERS GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Rogers

Unknown: George Bradley

Produced By: John Browell

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

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19700530A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read

Guest singing star JULIE ROGERS GEORGE BRADLEY

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Rogers

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

19700613"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star BARBARA LAW GEORGE BRADLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Law

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

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19700613A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star BARBARA LAW GEORGE BRADLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Law

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

19700620"

A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star ROSEMARY SQUIRES

GEORGE BRADLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Squires

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

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19700620A look at life on the funnier side, as observed by Al Read Guest singing star ROSEMARY SQUIRES

GEORGE BRADLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by RONNIE TAYLOR

Produced by JOHN BROWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Squires

Unknown: George Bradley

Script By: Ronnie Taylor

Produced By: John Browell

1995100019981224
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A look at the fire brigade and the morning after the night before.

A look at the fire brigade and the morning after the night before, from the northern comic's monologues of the 1950s.

Al Read casts his observant eye over the fire brigade, the joys of driving and the morning after the night before.

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1995100720080127 (BBC7)
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"Courting, marriage, kids and football - a compilation of the comic's 1950s monologues.

Telling all on courting, marriage, kids and football. A compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

Al Read with all you need to know about health, courting, marriage, kids and football.

Telling all on courting, marriage, kids and football - a compilation of the much-loved northern comic's 1950s monologues.

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1998120320080217 (BBC7)
"Hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours.

Hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours. A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

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1998121020130401 (BBC7)"

A look at the fire brigade, and the morning after the night before.

A look at the fire brigade, and the morning after the night before. A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

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24-02-200820080224 (BBC7)
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A look at the fire brigade and the morning after the night before.

A look at the fire brigade and the morning after the night before, from the northern comic's monologues of the 1950s.

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Compilation 2008072920080729 (BBC7)
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Courting, marriage, kids and football - a compilation of the comic's 1950s monologues.

Telling all on courting, marriage, kids and football - a compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

All you ever needed to know about courting, marriage, kids and football, from the northern comic's monologues of the 1950s.

All you need to know about courting, marriage, kids and football, from the northern comic.

Compilation 2008080520080805 (BBC7)
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Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax.

A compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

Arriving home late, Al's efforts to relax are thwarted by his wife.

The northern comic's monologues from the 1950s.

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Compliation - 199510141995101420120329 (BBC7)"

Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax.

Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax. A compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

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Northern Variety Parade1955000020050321 (BBC7)
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The sausage maker from Salford turned monarch of the monologue stars. From 1955.

Starring the Salford sausage maker turned monarch of the monologue. With Louise Traill and Albert Franks. From November 1955.

Starring the sausage maker from Salford turned monarch of the monologue.

The sausage maker from SALFORD turned king of the comedy catchphrase stars in this episode from 1955.

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Nurse!1966020619981112
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Starring the sausage maker from SALFORD turned King of the comedy catchphrase! First broadcast in 1966..
Right Monkey!20080210 (BBC7)
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A collection of the comic's 50's monologues.

Al takes a peek at the world of horse racing.

Right monkey! A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

Al takes a peek inside the world of horse racing.

A collection of the comic's 50's monologues. Al takes a peek at the world of horse racing.

Right monkey! A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues. Al takes a peek inside the world of horse racing.

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Al Read with all you ever needed to know about health, courting, marriage, kids and football!

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COMPILATION03I Was Just Sat Down Reading1995100019981203
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The northern comic's monologues from the 1950s.

Arriving home late, Al's efforts to relax are thwarted by his wife.

From October 1995.

The northern comic performs his monologues.

Ken Bruce introduces the Northern comic's monologues.

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COMPILATION03I Was Just Sat Down Reading1995101419981203
20040801 (BBC7)
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"The northern comic's monologues from the 1950s.

Arriving home late, Al's efforts to relax are thwarted by his wife.

From October 1995.

The northern comic performs his monologues.

Ken Bruce introduces the Northern comic's monologues.

Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax.

Arriving home late, Al's wife thwarts his efforts to relax. A compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

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COMPILATION04Things Get No Better1995100019981210
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Right monkey!

A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

Al takes a peek inside the world of horse racing.

Ken Bruce introduces the Northern comic's monologues.

From October 1995.

A collection of Al Read's 1950s monologues.

Al lifts the lid off horse racing.

Compiled in October 1995.

The fourth in a five-part series of classic comedy from SALFORD's favourite son, featuring his best-loved characters and timeless humour.

A collection of the comic's 50's monologues.

Al takes a peek at the world of horse racing.

Right monkey! A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

COMPILATION04Things Get No Better1995102819981210
20040808 (BBC7)
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'Right monkey! Al takes a peek inside the world of horse racing.

Right monkey! Al takes a peek inside the world of horse racing. A compilation of the northern comic's 1950s monologues.

A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

Ken Bruce introduces the Northern comic's monologues.

From October 1995.

A collection of Al Read's 1950s monologues.

Al lifts the lid off horse racing.

Compiled in October 1995.

The fourth in a five-part series of classic comedy from SALFORD's favourite son, featuring his best-loved characters and timeless humour.

A collection of the comic's 50's monologues.

Al takes a peek at the world of horse racing.

Right monkey! A collection of the Northern comic's 1950s monologues.

COMPILATION05 LASTHave You Ever Thought Where We'd Be Without Hospitals?1995100019981217
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Al Read looks at the very British institutions of hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours.

A look at hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours.

A look at hospitals, the Post Office and noisy neighbours, from the northern comic's monologues of the 1950s.

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