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Genome: [r4 Bd=19950722]For the next four weeks, Miles Kington (father of franglais) and Edward Enfield (father of Harry) present a new kind of chat show, each of them under the illusion that they are in charge. A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950729]Miies Kington and Edward Enfield search for some common ground. With guest Harry Enfield (relation). A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950805]With Miles Kington and Edward Enfield. A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950812]In the last of the series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try not to mention the Millennium.

A Tony Staveacre production

In the last of the series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try not to mention the Millennium.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960305]A quirky chat-show from Bristol. presented by Miles Kington (father of Franglais) and Edward Enfield (father of Harry), each under the illusion that he is in charge of the proceedings. Guests Lady Margaret Oswick and Richard Ingrams attempt to mediate. A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960312]Another sparky exchange between Miles Kington and Edward Enfield, with guests Harry Enfield (relation) and Sue Limb (journalist). Among the topics under consideration are

Irishness, housewifery and stout trousers.

A Tony Staveacre production

Another sparky exchange between Miles Kington and Edward Enfield, with guests Harry Enfield (relation) and Sue Limb (journalist). Among the topics under consideration are

Irishness, housewifery and stout trousers.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960319]In the third of four programmes,

Miles Kington and Edward Enfield ransack the humour archive and rediscover A J Wentworth BA and his creator H F Ellis. They also investigate art thefts and bring up another Revolting Recipe. A Tony Staveacre production

In the third of four programmes,

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960326]For the last time in this series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield attempt to see whether they have anything at all in common. Lady Margaret Oswick of Bath and Mary Killen intervene with sensible advice.

A Tony Staveacre production

For the last time in this series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield attempt to see whether they have anything at all in common. Lady Margaret Oswick of Bath and Mary Killen intervene with sensible advice.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960402]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield host the first of four further chat shows based on the nice policeman/nasty policeman principle. But they both think the other one is the nasty policeman, which makes for unusually civilised and elegant conversation. They also offer quirky guests, vintage humour, household hints and the wit and wisdom of Lady Margaret Oswick.

A Tony Staveacre production

Miles Kington and Edward Enfield host the first of four further chat shows based on the nice policeman/nasty policeman principle. But they both think the other one is the nasty policeman, which makes for unusually civilised and elegant conversation. They also offer quirky guests, vintage humour, household hints and the wit and wisdom of Lady Margaret Oswick.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960409]Once again Miles Kington and Edward Enfield battle it out in the only chat show on radio with two hosts, neither of whom wants to let the other have top billing. In the previous round, Kington got bonus points for getting

Joanna Lumley on the show, but Enfield drew level by leaving the studio with her. A Tony Staveacre production

Once again Miles Kington and Edward Enfield battle it out in the only chat show on radio with two hosts, neither of whom wants to let the other have top billing. In the previous round, Kington got bonus points for getting

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960416]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington attempt to see how long they can talk without mentioning the Millennium. A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960423]Presented by Edward Enfield and Miles Kington. If it sounds as though they're being unusually civil to each other, it's because this is the last programme in the series, and they won't have to meet again until 6 July. A Tony Staveacre production
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960608]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield host the first of four further chat shows based on the nice policeman/nasty policeman principle. With the wit and wisdom of Lady Margaret Oswick. Producer Tony Staveacre Rpt
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960615]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield battle it out in the radio chat show with two hosts.

Producer Tony Staveacre

Miles Kington and Edward Enfield battle it out in the radio chat show with two hosts.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19960622]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington attempt to see how long they can talk without mentioning the millennium. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960629]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present the last in the series of the comedy chat show, with guests Amanda Jane Doran and Candida Lycett Green. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960706]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington with a new series of the comedy chat show. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960713]Comedy chat show with Edward Enfield and Miles Kington. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960720]The comedy chat show with Edward Enfield and Miles Kington considers how famous historical figures would have fared in their driving test. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19960727]Last of the comedy chat show with Edward Enfield and Miles Kington. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970130]The first of four humorous miscellanies, presented by Miles Kington and Edward Enfield. Producer Tony Staveacre Repeat
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970206]Comedy chat show with Edward Enfield and Miles Kington.

Including a plea for proper care for the middle-aged.

Producer Tony Staveacre

Comedy chat show with Edward Enfield and Miles Kington.

Including a plea for proper care for the middle-aged.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970213]Comedy chat show with Edward

Enfield and Miles Kington. Guests include Lady Margaret Oswick and Harry Enfield.

Producer Tony Staveacre Repeat

Comedy chat show with Edward

Enfield and Miles Kington. Guests include Lady Margaret Oswick and Harry Enfield.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970220]Comedy chat show with Edward

Enfield and Miles Kington. Guests include Lady Margaret Oswick and Harry Enfield. Last in the series. Producer Tony Staveacre Repeat

Comedy chat show with Edward

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970607]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield return with the first of four shows, from the Bath Theatre Royal. Guests include Lady Margaret Oswick and Peter Ustinov. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970614]In the second of four humorous shows Edward Enfield and Miles

Kington exchange quips with Lady

Margaret Oswick , Sir Stephen Tumim and Professor Ted Wragg. Producer Tony Staveacre

In the second of four humorous shows Edward Enfield and Miles

Kington exchange quips with Lady

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970621]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present the humorous show. With Tim Brooke-Taylor and Roy Hattersley. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970628]Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present the final show of the series.

With HF Ellis and Lady Margaret Oswick. Producer Tony Staveacre

Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present the final show of the series.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19981212]In the first of six programmes, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield take different sides on the issues of our time. This week, they delve into the class system with guidance from life peer Lord Peter Bauer , actress Jean Marsh , royal biographer

Anthony Holden , Jeremy Paxman , and Lady Margaret Oswick.

Producer Tony Staveacre

In the first of six programmes, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield take different sides on the issues of our time. This week, they delve into the class system with guidance from life peer Lord Peter Bauer , actress Jean Marsh , royal biographer

Anthony Holden , Jeremy Paxman , and Lady Margaret Oswick.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19981219]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try to convince one another that they have Sot it wrong about life. This week. they delve into truth and lies, in discussion with writers of fact and fiction, including Richard Ingrams , Duncan Campbell and diarist Lady Margaret Oswick. Producer Tony Staveacre
Genome: [r4 Bd=19981226]Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try to disprove the adage that "man is the only animal that laughs." With Richard Burge , director of London Zoo;

Professor Roger Scruton , author of On Hunting; and Lady Margaret Oswick. Producer Tony Staveacre

Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try to disprove the adage that "man is the only animal that laughs." With Richard Burge , director of London Zoo;

197B01Things A Lady Should Know19970607Miles Kington and Edward Enfield return with the first of four humorous shows, from the Ustinov studio at Bath Theatre Royal.

Guests include Lady Margaret Oswick, with a cultural guide to the city of Bath; Sir Peter Ustinov, who sends home thoughts from abroad; and Joanna Lumley, reading from `Things a Lady Should Know'.

197B0219970614Miles Kington and Edward Enfield present the second of four humorous shows from the Ustinov studio at Bath Theatre Royal.

This week, the duo exchange quips with Lady Margaret Oswick, Sir Stephen Tumim and Prof Ted Wragg.

197B0319970621Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present the third of four programmes from the Ustinov Studio of Bath Theatre Royal.

Guests include Tim Brooke-taylor and Roy Hattersley

197B04 LASTMediatrics19970628Edward Enfield and Miles Kington present their fourth and final show of the series from the Ustinov Studio of Bath Theatre Royal.

Guests are Lady Margaret Oswick and H F Ellis, author of `Mediatrics'.

198D01The English19981212Miles Kington and Edward Enfield take different sides over six great issues of our time.

1: The Class System.

With life peer Lord Bauer, actress Jean Marsh, royal biographer Anthony Holden, Jeremy Paxman - author of `The English' - and Lady Margaret Oswick, who is accompanied on the piano by her Etonian nephew Penkivil.

198D0219981219In the second of a six-part series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield try to convince one another that they they have got it wrong about life, the universe and how to make a bed properly.

This week, they delve into truth and lies, in discussion with writers of fact and fiction, including Richard Ingrams, Duncan Campbell and diarist Lady Margaret Oswick.

198D03Man Is The Only Animal That Laughs19981226In the third of a six-part series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield attempt to disprove the adage that `man is the only animal that laughs'.

With Richard Burge, director of London Zoo; Professor Roger Scruton, author of `On Hunting'; and Lady Margaret Oswick, patron of Winsley Donkey Hospice.

In the third of a six-part series, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield attempt to disprove the adage that `man is the only animal that laughs'.

198D04Hiatory19990102In the light of the impending millennium, Miles Kington and Edward Enfield discuss history, heritage, heroes and humanity with Terry Jones, Barry Took, Ann Leslie and Bob Worcester.

Lady Margaret Oswick provides a musical antidote.

198D0519990109Miles Kington and Edward Enfield take a plunge into the murky waters of sex and sexuality to discuss why men do not iron.

This week's guests are Dr Phil Hammond, diarist Michele Hanson, actor Patrick Barlow and cartoonist Mike Heath.

Lady Margaret Oswick sings along.

198D0619990116Miles Kington and Edward Enfield compare notes on foreign lands and foreigners.

With guests Dillie Keane, Ian Jack and Maureen Freely.

Lady Margaret Oswick hums the tunes.