Do Go On

Comedy series in which Ainsley Elliot and Jude Prentiss borrow the format of a live radio discussion programme to look at media absurdity.

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
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01Education19990309Three comic conferences.

Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman, chew the fat around the big table.

With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

1: `Education'.

02Technology19990316Three comic conferences of confab and controversy.

Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman, chew the fat around the big table.

With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

2: `Technology'.

03 LASTFreedom19990323Three comic conferences of confab and controversy.

Ainsley Elliot and guests chew the fat around the big table.

With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

3: `Freedom'.

01011997090519970906A six-part comedy series that uses the format of a live radio discussion programme to take an original look at media absurdity.

A six-part comedy series that uses the format of a radio discussion to tackle issues.

In the first of four comic conferences of confab and controversy, Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman, chew the fat around the big table.

In the first of four comic conferences of conflab and controversy, Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman , chew the fat around the big table and see what they throw up. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Producer Paul B Davies

In the first of four comic conferences of conflab and controversy, Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman , chew the fat around the big table and see what they throw up. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Producer Paul B Davies

A comic conference with Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Repeated from yesterday

A comic conference with Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Repeated from yesterday

01021997091219970913Ainsley Elliot and guests, including geneticist Jeff Dodman, chew the fat around the big table.

The second of four comic conferences.

Ainsley Elliot and Jeff Dodman chew the fat around the big table. With

Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Producer Paul B Davies

The second of four comic conferences.

Ainsley Elliot and Jeff Dodman chew the fat around the big table. With

Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Producer Paul B Davies

The second of four comic conferences of confab and controversy. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Repeated from yesterday

01031997091919970920The third of four comic conferences.

Ainsley Elliot and guests chew the fat around the big table. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Producer Paul B Davies

Repeated tomorrow 6.25pm

The third of four comic conferences.

Ainsley Elliot and guests chew the fat around the big table. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden.

Producer Paul B Davies

Repeated tomorrow 6.25pm

The third of four comic conferences of confab and controversy. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Repeated from yesterday

0104 LAST1997092619970927The last of four comic conferences with Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Producer Paul B Davies. Rptd tomorrow 6.25pm

The last of four comic conferences of confab and controversy. With Griff Rhys Jones and Graeme Garden. Repeated from yesterday

0201Health1999040119991207
0202Art1999040819991214This week Ainsley Elliot and his guests prove that while they may not know much about art, they do not know much about anything else, either.
0203Manners1999041519991221This week Ainsley Elliot and his guests look at modern manners and ask whether courtesy and etiquette mean anything nowadays.
0204Inner City1999042219991228This week Ainsley Elliot and his guests ask whether the urban infrastructure is on the point of collapse - and exchange tips on where to park.
0205Travel1999042920000104Ainsley Elliot and guests debate the global impact of increased international mobility and complain that all their favourite exotic holiday destinations are being ruined by tourists.
0206 LASTWhither Broadcasting?1999050620000111Ainsley Elliot asks his guests if radio and television are becoming self-obsessed.
0301Leadership20000413
0302Privacy20000420This week they probe the sensitive topic of privacy.
0303Honesty20000427A controversial striptease exposes the naked truth about honesty.

Is it always the best policy, or is it occasionally better to tell a white lie?

0304Obsession20000504This week, the guests give their single-minded attention to the topic of obsession.

Are we all, in some way, obsessive, and are you sure you turned the gas off before we came out?

0305Charity20000511
0306 LASTFamily20000518
040120020509Guests include Simon Greenall, Felicity Montagu, and Michael Gambon
040220020516Guests include Felicity Montagu, Geoff Mcgivern, Mark Heap
0403Age20020523Guests include Sandra Dickinson, Simon Greenall, Perry Benson.
0404Home20020530Guests include Hugh Lloyd, Chris Emmett, and Emma Amos.
0405Secrecy And Deception20020606Guests include a heating engineer who claims to be the new Messiah.
0406 LASTThe Nations Cultural Pulse20020613Geoff Mcgivern and Deborah Norton
04TRAIL20020500