All The World's A Globe

Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War told in 8 parts.

Presented by The (entire cast of) National Theatre Of Brent (Desmond Oliver Dingle and Wallace).

Episodes

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20080311 BT=2345 (BBC7)Barlow and Broadbent's Unreliable History of the World. This week features the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emancipation of Women. Episode 7 of 8.
20080312 BT=0445 (BBC7)Barlow and Broadbent's Unreliable History of the World. This week features the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emancipation of Women. Episode 7 of 8.
20070514 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.
20070515 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.
20080219 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.
20080220 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.
20041229 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff.
20041230 BT=0515 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff.
20060323 BT=2245 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20060324 BT=0345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20070430 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20070501 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20080205 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20080206 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.
20070507 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history. This week, Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20070508 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history. This week, Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20080212 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history. This week, Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20080213 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history. This week, Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20060330 BT=2245 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history; this week - Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20060331 BT=0345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history; this week - Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.
20080226 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week features St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8
20080227 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week features St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8
20070521 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week, St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8.
20070522 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week, St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8.
20060413 BT=2245 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever; this week, St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8.
20060414 BT=0345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever; this week, St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8.
20060420 BT=2245 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20060421 BT=0345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20070528 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20070528 BT=2315 (BBC7)
20070529 BT=0415 (BBC7)
Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20070529 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20080304 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20080305 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.
20050112 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War.
20050113 BT=0515 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War.
20060316 BT=2245 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20060317 BT=0345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20070423 BT=2315 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20070424 BT=0415 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20080129 BT=2345 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20080130 BT=0445 (BBC7)Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.
20050126 BT=2345 (BBC7)The entire history of the world - according to the National Theatre of Brent, with help from special guest, Ben Kingsley.
20050127 BT=0515 (BBC7)The entire history of the world - according to the National Theatre of Brent, with help from special guest, Ben Kingsley.
20060504 BT=2245 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
20060505 BT=0345 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
20070611 BT=2315 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
20070612 BT=0415 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
20080318 BT=2345 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
20080319 BT=0445 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.
19910822The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent -

Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker. The first of eight programmes written by Patrick Barlow , with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Olivier Dingle

Unknown: Mr Barker.

Written By: Patrick Barlow

Unknown: Jim Broadbent

Unknown: Martin Duncan.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent -

Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker. The first of eight programmes written by Patrick Barlow , with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

19910829The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

The second of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Ussa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Contributors

Producer: Ussa Evans.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

The second of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Ussa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

19910912The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

The fourth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent. With guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Contributors

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

The fourth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent. With guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

19910919The fifth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Producer: Lissa Evans.

The fifth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

19910926Sixth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcaston Radio 3)

Contributors

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Sixth of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcaston Radio 3)

19911003The seventh of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Contributors

Producer: Lissa Evans.

19920125A chance to hear the winner of the Premios

Ondas Radio Award.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans

(First broadcast on Radio 3)

Barlow And Broadbent's Unreliable History Of The World, This Week20060427 BT=2245 (BBC7)
20060428 BT=0345 (BBC7)
the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emaciation of Women. Episode 7 of 8.
Barlow And Broadbent's Unreliable History Of The World. This Week20070604 BT=2315 (BBC7)
20070605 BT=0415 (BBC7)
the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emaciation of Women. Episode 7 of 8.
Programme Catalogue - Details: 199005131990051313 May 1990

Producer: EVANS, Lissa

Next in series: PART 2

Previous in series: PART 1

Description

SBH:Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War told in 8 parts. Presented by The National Theatre Of Brent. With Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent and Peter Barker. Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan. Producer: Lissa Evans. (Winner of the 1991 Sony Award for Best Dramatisation).

Broadcast history

13 May 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Ben Kingsley (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 401185

SBH:Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War told in 8 parts. Presented by The National Theatre Of Brent. With Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent & Peter Barker. Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent & Martin Duncan. Producer: Lissa Evans. (Winner of the 1991 Sony Award for Best Dramatisation).

Episode 1

Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second

World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent: Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Script Patrick Barlow with Jim Broadbent , Martin Duncan.

Producer Lissa Evans

Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 119900513Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: 13 May 1990

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent (Desmond Oliver Dingle and Wallace), aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

13 May 1990 20:55-21:10 (RADIO 3)

24 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

22 Aug 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-27

Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 319901227First broadcast on 1990-05-20

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 4

Previous in series: PART 2

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker and their ultra-special guest star Juliet STEVENSON.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

20 May 1990 20:20-20:35 (RADIO 3)

27 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

05 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-28

Episode 3, with guest Juliet Stevenson.

(Full details on page 152.

Episode 4 tomorrow 4.45pm)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 519901231First broadcast on 1990-05-27

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 6

Previous in series: PART 4

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 May 1990 21:10-21:25 (RADIO 3)

31 Dec 1990 17:05-17:20 (RADIO 3)

19 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-03

Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second

World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent

- Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Episode 5

Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan

Producer Lissa Evans (R)

Programme Catalogue - Station
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The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. From May 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. Episode 1 of 8.

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First broadcast on 1990-05-13

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: 13 May 1990

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent (Desmond Oliver Dingle and Wallace), aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

13 May 1990 20:55-21:10 (RADIO 3)

24 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

22 Aug 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-27

Episode 1

The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. From May 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth, courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent.

Recorded on 1990-01-27.

With Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent & Peter Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent & Martin Duncan.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

(Winner of the 1991 Sony Award for Best Dramatisation).

13 May 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Ben Kingsley (Actor)

Notes: CAIRS 401185.

The chaotic story of life on Earth told by the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent and Peter Barker.

Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

Presented by The (entire cast of) National Theatre Of Brent (Desmond Oliver Dingle and Wallace).

With Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent and Peter Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

Producer: EVANS, Lissa

Next in series: PART 2

Previous in series: PART 1

SBH:Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War told in 8 parts. Presented by The National Theatre Of Brent. With Patrick Barlow, Jim Broadbent and Peter Barker. Written by Patrick Barlow with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan. Producer: Lissa Evans. (Winner of the 1991 Sony Award for Best Dramatisation).

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The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

The National Theatre of Brent tells the chaotic story of life on Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

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Recorded on 1990-01-27.

Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of Origami.

Ultra-special guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Explaining the story of Egypt and the wonder of origami.

Earth's definitive history, as told by the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

With Jim Broadbent.

From Egypt to origami - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

Stars Patrick Barlow.

From May 1990.

From Egypt to origami - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent presents the definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 3

Previous in series: 13 May 1990

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent (Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace), aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 May 1990 20:55-21:10 (RADIO 3)

25 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

29 Aug 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

25 Jan 1992 17:45-18:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent has the definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

(Details as Sunday)

(Episode 3 next Sunday at 8.20pm)

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From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent has the definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

From Egypt to origami.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1990.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

02Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 219901225First broadcast on 1990-05-17

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 3

Previous in series: 13 May 1990

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent (Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace), aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 May 1990 20:55-21:10 (RADIO 3)

25 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

29 Aug 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

25 Jan 1992 17:45-18:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-27

Episode 2 (Details on p 152. Episode 3 Thursday 4.45pm)

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From Egypt to origami, the National Theatre of Brent presents the definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Egypt to origami - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history. Episode 2 of 8.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 4

Previous in series: PART 2

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker and their ultra-special guest star Juliet STEVENSON.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

20 May 1990 20:20-20:35 (RADIO 3)

27 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

05 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-28

From Egypt to origami - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Episode 3

Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second

World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent: Desmond Olivier

Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Ultra-special guest star Juliet Stevenson Script Patrick Barlow with Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan

Producer Lissa Evans

(Episode 4 Thursday 9.50pm)

0319910905The third of eight programmes presented by The National Theatre of Brent, with guest Juliet Stevenson.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Contributors

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

The third of eight programmes presented by The National Theatre of Brent, with guest Juliet Stevenson.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

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From Troy to Rome - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

Stars Jim Broadbent.

From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome.

Earth's definitive history as told by the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

Jim Broadbent helps explain the story of Egypt, Ancient Greece and the wonder of origami in this definitive world history.

05 Sep 1991 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-28.

First broadcast on 1990-05-20

Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history; this week, Greece and Rome.

Next in series: PART 6

Previous in series: PART 4

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker.

27 May 1990 21:10-21:25 (RADIO 3)

31 Dec 1990 17:05-17:20 (RADIO 3)

19 Sep 1991 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-02-03.

First broadcast on 1990-05-27

From Troy to Rome - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent presents their definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

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Jim Broadbent stars as the hapless Wallace in this definitive world history; this week - Greece and Rome. First heard May 1990. Episode 3 of 8.

From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent presents their definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 5

Previous in series: PART 3

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker and their ultra-special guest star Juliet STEVENSON.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 May 1990 21:50-22:05 (RADIO 3)

28 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

12 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-28

Guest Juliet Stevenson Episode 4: Being the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War presented by the entire cast of The National Theatre of Brent.

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From Troy to Rome. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent presents their definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 6

Previous in series: PART 4

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 May 1990 21:10-21:25 (RADIO 3)

31 Dec 1990 17:05-17:20 (RADIO 3)

19 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-03

Episode 5 of the history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War. Producer Lissa Evans

(Episode 6 Thursday 9.30pm)

03Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 619910101

First broadcast on 1990-05-31

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 7

Previous in series: PART 5

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

31 May 1990 21:30-21:45 (RADIO 3)

01 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

26 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-03

Episode 6

03The Fall Of Troy. The Rise Of Greece1990052020080212 (BBC7)
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The Fall of Troy and the Rise of Greece

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

With guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1990.

From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent offers their definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

With guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent presents their definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

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From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 6

Previous in series: PART 4

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 May 1990 21:10-21:25 (RADIO 3)

31 Dec 1990 17:05-17:20 (RADIO 3)

19 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-03

0419901228First broadcast on 1990-05-24

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 5

Previous in series: PART 3

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker and their ultra-special guest star Juliet STEVENSON.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 May 1990 21:50-22:05 (RADIO 3)

28 Dec 1990 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

12 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Juliet Stevenson (Actor)

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-01-28

Episode4

Full details on p 152 (Episode 5 on New Year's Eve at 5.05pm)

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From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

04From Scythians To Shakespeare1990052520201213 (BBC7)From the Scythians to the Crusades.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

With guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1990.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

04Programme Catalogue - Details: Part 61990053120080219 BT=2345 (BBC7)
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From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History. This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff. Episode 4 of 8.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 7

Previous in series: PART 5

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

31 May 1990 21:30-21:45 (RADIO 3)

01 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

26 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-03

Episode 6

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent:

Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Script Patrick Barlow with Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan

Producer Lissa Evans

(Episode 7 Sunday 8.30pm)

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From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

Stars Patrick Barlow.

From May 1990.

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter Barker and their ultra-special guest star Juliet Stevenson.

Recorded on 1990-01-28.

This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff.

Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson star in this definitive World History.

From Vikings to Normans - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

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From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth.

From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

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From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent offers its definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week features St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever; this week, St. Francis of Assissi.

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever. This week, St Francis of Assisi. Episode 5 of 8.

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From St Francis to Buddhism. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever; this week, St. Francis of Assissi.

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this comprehensive and thorough history of everything ever; this week, St Francis of Assissi.

From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent offers its definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

Final episode, with guest Ben Kingsley.

(For details see page 152;

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From St Francis to Buddhism.

Stars Jim Broadbent.

From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

St Francis and Buddhism.

Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Recorded on 1990-02-03.

This week features St Francis of Assisi.

From St Francis to Buddhism. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism - the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent offers its definitive history of Earth. Stars Jim Broadbent. From May 1990.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

05The Male Nude And Charlton Heston1990052720201220 (BBC7)From St Francis to Buddhism

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With guest star Peter Barker.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1990.

From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With guest star Peter Barker.

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

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Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. From 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars as Wallace in this ongoing history of everything ever, which this week arrives smack bang at the Civil War. Episode 6 of 8.

Battles galore in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Battles galore in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 8

Previous in series: PART 6

Description

7/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Jun 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 3)

03 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

03 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-04

Episode 7 with the National Theatre of Brent

Script Patrick Barlow , with Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan Producer Lissa Evans

(Final episode Thursday 9. 00pm)

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Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. From 1990.

Battles galore in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Battles galore in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

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Battles galore in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

Recorded on 1990-02-03.

This ongoing history of everything ever arrives smack bang at the Civil War.

Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. From 1990.

Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From May 1990.

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 7

Previous in series: PART 5

Description

Being a history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War, presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent, aided by Peter BARKER.

Subject Categories

world history

comedy programmes (genre)

history programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

31 May 1990 21:30-21:45 (RADIO 3)

01 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

26 Sep 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

06The Interregnum And The Age Of Turmoil1990053120201227 (BBC7)Tales of Cromwell, Roundheads versus Cavaliers and William of Orange to name but a few.

The history of mankind from the first amoeba to the Second World War.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With guest star Peter Barker.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1990.

Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

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The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From June 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent present the emaciation of women. From June 1990.

Barlow and Broadbent's Unreliable History of the World. This week features the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emancipation of Women. Episode 7 of 8.

Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. From June 1990.

Battles and emaciation in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Battles and emaciation in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

The final episode with guest Ben Kingsley.

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The National Theatre of Brent present the emaciation of women. From June 1990.

The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From June 1990.

Jim Broadbent stars in this underwhelming story of life on Earth - courtesy of the National Theatre of Brent. From June 1990.

Battles and emaciation in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Battles and emaciation in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

0719910103First broadcast on 1990-06-03

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 8

Previous in series: PART 6

Description

7/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Jun 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 3)

03 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

03 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-04

Episode 7

07From Nelson To Women's Emaciation1990060320210103 (BBC7)The emaciation of women.

Continuing the history of mankind.

Presented by the entire cast of the National Theatre of Brent - Desmond Olivier Dingle and Wallace, aided by Mr Barker.

Written by Patrick Barlow, with additional material by Jim Broadbent and Martin Duncan.

With guest star Peter Barker.

With thanks to

Patrick Barlow
Jim Broadbent
Martin Duncan

Producer: Lissa Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1990.

The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1990.

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Battles and emaciation in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow and Jim Broadbent.

The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.

Stars Patrick Barlow.

From June 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent present the emaciation of women.

This week features the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emancipation of Women.

This week, the Norman Conquests, and some other stuff.

Recorded on 1990-02-04.

the Battle of Trafalgar Square and the Emaciation of Women.

The National Theatre of Brent present the emaciation of women. From June 1990.

The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Stars Patrick Barlow. From June 1990.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

Producer: L. EVANS

Next in series: PART 8

Previous in series: PART 6

Description

7/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Jun 1990 20:30-20:45 (RADIO 3)

03 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

03 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

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The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth starring Jim Broadbent

0819900607Producer: L. EVANS

Previous in series: PART 7

Description

8/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Jun 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 3)

04 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

10 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Ben Kingsley (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-05

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The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century, with special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from a special guest (eventually). Episode 8 of 8.

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The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century, with special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

0819910104First broadcast on 1990-06-07

Producer: L. EVANS

Previous in series: PART 7

Description

8/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Jun 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 3)

04 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

10 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Ben Kingsley (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-05

0819911010Last of eight programmes presented by the National Theatre of Brent.

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Producer: Lissa Evans.

08From 20th Century Wars To Twiggy1990060620210110 (BBC7)The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century.

The underwhelming story of life on Earth. Starring Jim Broadbent

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The National Theatre of Brent presents the 20th century. With special guest Ben Kingsley.

The 20th century in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

The 20th century in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

The 20th century in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and guest Ben Kingsley.

The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century, with special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

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The 20th century in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent.

Stars Patrick Barlow and guest Ben Kingsley.

The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson eventually reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from special guest Ben Kingsley (eventually).

Recorded on 1990-02-05

The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century, with special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

The 20th century in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. Special guest Ben Kingsley. From June 1990.

The National Theatre of Brent presents the 20th century. With special guest Ben Kingsley.

Producer: L. EVANS

Previous in series: PART 7

Description

8/8 in comedy series in which the National Theatre of Brent set out to

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Jun 1990 21:00-21:15 (RADIO 3)

04 Jan 1991 16:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

10 Oct 1991 18:30-18:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jim Broadbent (Actor)

Ben Kingsley (Actor)

Patrick Barlow (Actor)

Peter Barker (Actor)

Martin Duncan (Author)

Lissa Evans (Producer)

The entire history of the world - according to the National Theatre of Brent, with help from special guest, Ben Kingsley.

The 20th century in Earth's definitive history from the National Theatre of Brent. Stars Patrick Barlow and guest Ben Kingsley.

Stars Patrick Barlow and guest Ben Kingsley.

The National Theatre of Brent's history lesson eventually reaches the 20th Century - with a little help from special guest Ben Kingsley (eventually).