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24-3619861222 (R4)

Another chance to hear episodes 24-36. 'I want that woman. ALL of her. Her vast acreage must be mine tonight....'

Cast for the fortnight:

With special guest appearances by and Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR

FELICITY MONTAGU. RICHARD PLATT PAUL B. DAVIES. NICK REVELL

JOHN JUNKIN. ALAN THOMPSON

LIZ CROWTHER. SUSIE JOHNS

Adapted (from the Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 2)

6 & 719851225 (R4)

6 and 7: 'Agreed. Schmidt and Fosdyke - Berlin. I prefer Fosdyke and Schmidt - Manchester.'

Other parts played by LARRY LAMB. SALLY GRACE

NICK REVELL. NICK MALONEY and ARTHUR SMITH (R)

5: 'I've joined the Royal Flying Corps.I'mgoingtobeanairace.' Other parts played by TREVOR COOPER. NICK MALONEY

NICK REVELL. ARTHUR SMITH and DAVID TIMSON (R)

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Episode I

'One more mouth to feed! That settles it. We're going.' starring (cast for the week)

Other parts played today by CHRISTOPHER BARR

DOUGLAS BLACKWELL. SALLY GRACE and JOHN JUNKIN

Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon It's smashing - a very good piece of radio comedy Producer ALAN NIXON

(First broadcast on Radio 2)

The Fosdyke Saga Bill Tidy and John Junkin 24 R2 2.10.1984 20.12.1984 Philip Lowrie/Stephanie Turner/Miriam Margolyes/Colin Douglas/Christian Rodska

Jos Fosdyke makes a life changing decision and it seems that the luck of the Fosdykes has taken a turn for the better.

A story of love, jealousy and tripe.

Jos Fosdyke makes a life changing decision.

With Miriam Margolyes.

  • Christian Rodska as roger ditchley
  • Colin Douglas as ben ditchley
  • Miriam Margolyes as victoria
  • Stephanie Turner as rebecca
  • other parts by christopher bar, Sally Grace, john junkin
  • philip lowrie as jos
  • by.... - bill tidy and john junkin
  • produced by.... - alan nixon

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    'One more mouth to feed! That settles it. We're going.' The family tripe saga.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    'One more mouth to feed! That settles it. We're going.'

    Lancashire, 1902: Will the luck of the Fosdyke family ever take a turn for the better?

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke and Colin Douglas as Ben Ditchley,

    Other parts played by Douglas Blackwell, Christopher Barr, Sally Grace and John Junkin.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

    One more mouth to feed! That settles it. We're going.

    This introductory episode recalls the early years of the Fosdyke Family in their climb from the depths of Insanitary Cottages, Griddlesbury, to ownership of a vast Tripe Empire, despite the machinations of the evil Roger Ditchley.

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    'The truth is, our Victoria's run away...'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    'The truth is - our Victoria's run away...'. Josiah Fosdyke starts work at the tripe works.

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke and Colin Douglas as Ben Ditchley,

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr, Sally Grace and John Junkin.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

    Ditchley takes a shine to Jos' daughter Victoria.

    Jos makes a great impression as he starts at the tripe works.

    2: ' The truth is - our

    Victoria's run away with your Roger ' starring

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR , SALLY GRACE and JOHN JUNKIN Adapted by bill tidy and John junkin from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer alan nixon

    2: 'The truth is - our Victoria's run away with your Roger.' (R) All the performances are very nicely judged - as is everything about this excellent adaptation. (THE LISTENER)

    0319831016

    in 13 programmes

    3: ' I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary.' starring

    With CHRISTOPHER BARR

    SALLY GRACE , JOHN JUNKIN Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer alan nixon

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    The story of gambling, death and tripe in turn-of-the-century Lancashire.

    More Fosdyke follows.

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    'I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary.'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary." Josiah Fosdyke's lofty ambitions are soon thwarted.

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga, based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, and Colin Douglas as Ben Ditchley.

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr, Sally Grace and John Junkin.

    Producer: Alan Nixon
    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

    'I am a dedicated tripe visionary.'.

    03Wealth And Debts20180513

    'I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary.'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary." Josiah Fosdyke's lofty ambitions are soon thwarted.

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga, based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, and Colin Douglas as Ben Ditchley.

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr, Sally Grace and John Junkin.

    Producer: Alan Nixon
    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

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    04The Future Is Tripe1983102320040306 (BBC7)
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    Fosdyke International is going into red cabbage, pigs' feet and maybe even pickled onions.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "Fosdyke International is going into red cabbage, pigs' feet and maybe even pickled onions." Jos Fosdyke is feeling extra determined to conquer the world...

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke. John Junkin as the Warder and John Westbrook as the King,

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr, Sally Grace, Douglas Blackwell and David English.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

    4: 'Fosdyke International is going into red cabbage, pigs' feet and maybe even pickled onions.' Others parts played by DAVID ENGLISH and JOHN WESTBROOK (R)

    3: 'I am no longer a mere working man. I am a dedicated tripe visionary.'

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR. SALLY GRACE and JOHN JUNKIN (R)

    in 13 programmes

    4: ' Fosdyke International Is going into red cabbage, pigs feet and maybe even pickled onions.'

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , DAVID ENGLISH, SALLY GRACE and JOHN WESTBROOK

    Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer ALAN NIXON

    Second part of a double bill.

    The story of gambling, death and tripe in turn-of-the-century Lancashire.

    The continuing story of tripe sees another turn in the fortunes of Jos and family.

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    05The Clouds Of War1983103020040313 (BBC7)
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    'I've joined the Royal Flying Corps. I'm going to be an air ace.'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "I've joined the Royal Flying Corps. I'm going to be an air ace..."

    Newly knighted Sir Josiah Fosdyke's family life and tripe empire are shattered by the outbreak of war.

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Enn Reitel as Albert Fosdyke and Larry Lamb as Von Richtofen.

    Other parts played by Trevor Cooper, Nick Maloney, Nick Revell, Arthur Smith and David Timson.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1983.

    In 13 programmes

    5: I've joined the Royal Flying Corps I'm going to be an air ace.' starring with TREVOR COOPER , NICK MALONEY , NICK REVELL ,

    ARTHUR SMITH , DAVID TIMSON Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer ALAN NIXON

    All is well for the Fosdyke family until war breaks out.

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    "Agreed. Schmidt and Fosdyke - Berlin...".

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "Agreed. Schmidt and Fosdyke - Berlin..."

    Tom Fosdyke strikes a deal over Bavarian sausages.
    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke, Enn Reitel as Albert Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley, Trevor Cooper as the Sergeant and David Timson as Schmidt.

    Other parts played by Larry Lamb, Nick Revell and Arthur Smith.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1983.

    "Agreed. Schmidt and Fosdyke - Berlin...".

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    in 13 programmes

    6: ' Agreed. Schmidt and Fosdyke - Berlin. I prefer Fosdyke and Schmidt - Manchester.' starring

    Other parts played by LARRY LAMB , NICK REV ELL and ARTHUR SMITH

    Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer ALAN NIXON

    The family adapts to life in wartime Britain and Jos Fosdyke talks business with the Schmidts.

    The continuing story of tripe sees the family coping with life in wartime.

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    'Jos, you've been hitting him with that shovel for a week'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    in 13 programmes

    7: Jos, you've been hitting him with that shovelforaweek-and he's getting no better.' with SALLY GRACE and NICK MALONEY

    Producer ALAN NIXON

    Tom Fosdyke gets posted to a POW camp and Albert gets a knock on the head.

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    'Jos, you've been hitting him with that shovel for a week'.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

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    Believing his son Albert to be the Salford Strangler, Jos takes the law into his own hands

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    in 13 programmes

    8: 'Don't tight me, Albert, you fool. I'm doing this for your own good.' starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Jos Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Enn Reitel as Albert Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley Sally Grace as FiH Nick Maloney as the strangler

    Other parts played by NICK MALONEY and NICK REVELL

    Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer ALAN NIXON

    The Fosdykes are concerned about Albert's memory lapse and strange behaviour.

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    Fully recovered and cleared of being the Salford Strangler, Albert heads back to the front

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    9: 'Squadron Leader Ditchley, I'm here to acquaint you with the details of your forthcoming Court Martial.'

    Other parts played by SALLY GRACE and NICK REVELL (R)

    8: 'Don't fight me, Albert, you fool. I'm doing this for your own good.' Other parts played by NICK REVELL (R)

    in 13 programmes

    Other parts played by SALLY GRACE , NICK REVELL Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon Producer ALAN NIXON

    Albert regains his memory and gets promoted to Squadron Leader, but has to testify against his station commander in court.

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    'Are these or are these not my underpants..?' Will Roger Ditchley survive court martial?

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "Are these or are these not my underpants..?" Will Roger Ditchley survive his court martial?

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke, Enn Reitel as Albert Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley, Trevor Cooper as the Sergeant, David Timson as Schmidt and David Ross as the Judge.

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr, Sally Grace and Douglas Blackwell.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 1983.

    'Are these or are these not my underpants..?' Will Roger Ditchley survive court martial?

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    Albert Fosdyke's enemy Roger Ditchley waits to hear the verdict of his court marshall.

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    On returning to England, the dastardly Roger Ditchley threatens to ruin the Fosdyke family's tripe business.

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    "He's blackmailing me. We're done for!" Roger Ditchley starts menacing the Fosdyke family.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "He's blackmailing me. We're done for!" Roger Ditchley starts menacing the Fosdyke family.

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke, Enn Reitel as Albert Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley and Larry Lamb as Von Richtofen

    With Trevor Cooper, David English, Nick Maloney and Nick Revell.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 1983.

    "He's blackmailing me. We're done for!" Roger Ditchley starts menacing the Fosdyke family.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    : 'Ditchley's found the Schmidt contracts, and he's blackmailing me. We're done for.' Other parts played by TREVOR COOPER , DAVID ENGLISH

    NICK MALONEY and NICK REVELL (R)

    10: 'I'm not the wicked villain you used to know - I've changed. Victoria, forgive me.' Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR.

    DOUGLAS BLACKWELL and SALLY GRACE (R)

    in 13 programmes

    I 'Ditchley's found the Schmidt contracts, and he' he's blackmailing me. We're done for.'

    Other parts played by TREVOR COOPER

    DAVID ENGLISH. NICK MALONEY and NICK REVELL

    Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon - Producer ALAN NIXON

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    "We're being forced out of business by them flaming Fosdykes.".

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "We're being forced out of business by them flaming Fosdykes." Fire blazes and plotting's afoot...

    A classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, Miriam Margolyes as Victoria Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke and Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley.

    Other parts played by Nick Maloney, Nick Revell, Sally Grace, John Dougall and Christopher Barr.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 1983.

    "We're being forced out of business by them flaming Fosdykes.".

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    : 'Right. We're all here because we're being forced out of business by them flaming Fosdykes.'

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR

    JOHN DOUGALL. SALLY GRACE

    MICK MALONEY and NICK REVELL (R)

    in13programmes

    12: 'Right We're all here because we're being forced out ofbusinessbythemflaming Fosdykes:' starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Jos Miriam Margolyes as Victoria David Threlfall as Tom Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR. JOHN DOUGALL. BALLY GRACE. NICK MALONEY and NICK REVELL

    Adapted by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN from the Daily Mirror cartoon

    Producer ALAN NIXON

    Jos Fosdyke discovers the fire at his house was started deliberately.

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    "It's got all the makings of a Tripe War!" Roger provokes a mob of tripe producers.

    Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family tripe saga stars Miriam Margolyes.

    "It's got all the makings of a Tripe War!" Roger Ditchley provokes a mob of tripe producers.

    Conclusion of a classic tale of struggle, power, personalities and tripe. Bill Tidy and John Junkin's family saga - based on Tidy's Daily Mirror cartoon strip (1971-1985) parodying John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga' novels.

    Starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Fosdyke, Philip Lowrie as Josiah Fosdyke, David Threlfall as Tom Fosdyke, Enn Reitel as Albert Fosdyke, Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley and David Timson as Schmidt.

    Other parts played by Nick Maloney, Nick Revell, David English, John Dougall, Christopher Barr, Larry Lamb, John Westerbook and David Ross.

    Producer: Alan Nixon

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 1983.

    : 'It's worse than I thought, Becky. It's got all the makings of a Tripe War.'

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR

    JOHN DOUGALL. DAVID ENGLISH LARRY LAMB , NICK MALONEY

    NICK REVELL , DAVID ROSS and JOHN WESTBROOK (R)

    Last in the series

    Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Jos David Threlfall as Tom Enn Reltel as Albert Christian Rodska as Roper Ditchley

    DavidTimsonasSchmidt with CHRISTOPHER BARR ,

    JOHN DOUGAIJ ,DAVTDENGLISH.ORRY

    LAMB.KtfKMALONEY.NICKREVEI.L DAVID ROSS and JOHN WESTBROOK Producer AI.AN NIXON

    How will Joss Fosdyke deal with the impending tripe war?

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    Another chance to hear episode 14

    'It's always packed when there's Tripe Surprise and Schweinflesh a la Berlin on the menu....'

    Other parts played by PHIL NICE NICK REVELL. PAUL B. DAVIES and members of the cast with a guest appearance by Peggy Mount as the tripe inspector

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    'It's always packed when there's Tripe Surprise and Schweinflesh a la Berlin on the menu....' starring

    Other parts played by PHIL NICE. NICK REVELL.

    PAUL B davies and members of the cast with guest appearance by Peggy Mount as the Tripe Inspector

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    Episode 15

    'But the tripe inspector's

    119 years old with a beard.' Starring

    Other parts played by PHIL NICE. PAUL B. DAVIES

    CHRISTOPHER SAMSWORTH and CHRISTOPHER BARR with a guest appearance by Peggy Mount as the tripe inspector

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Episode 15: 'But the Tripe

    Inspector's 119-years-old with a beard!'

    CHRISTOPHER SAMSWORTH and CHRISTOPHER BARR with a guest appearance by Peggy Mount as the Tripe Inspector adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 16

    'I think my wedding gown will be workhouse grey.... with a matching bouquet of stinkwort.'

    Other parts played by GARETH HALE , FELICITY MONTAGU

    PHILNICE.PAULB. DAVIES and RICHARD PLATT

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Another chance to hear episode 16: 'I think my wedding gown will be workhouse grey... with a matching bouquet ofstinkwort....'

    PHIL NICE, PAUL B. DAVIES and RICHARD platt , with a guest appearance by Peggy Mount as the Tripe Inspector adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 17: 'Oh Lady Fosdyke, you don't fancy being naughty with a snob, do you?'

    With GARETH HALE , PHIL NICE and RICHARD PLATT

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    'Oh Lady Fosdyke, before you go.... You don't fancy being naughty with a snob, do you?' starring

    Other parts played by GARETH HALE , PHIL NICE and RICHARD PLATT adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

    Another chance to hear Episode 17

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    Episode 18

    'Take that cigarette from out of your mouth, Ie Wigan, and that girl from round your neck.' with Other parts played by CAROLE BOYD , FELICITY MONTAGU

    PAUL B. DAVIES PLATT and RICHARD PLATT Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY , JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Another chance to hear Episode 18

    'Take that cigarette from out of your mouth Ie Wigan. and that girl from round your neck.' starring Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Jos Miriam Margolyes as Victoria David Threlfall as Tom Enn Reitel as Albert Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley with Larry Lamb as Baron von Richtofen Nigel Anthony as Pierre le Wigan

    David Timson as Binky and Jan Waters as Theresa O'Malley Other parts played by CAROLE BOYD. FELICITY MONTAGU

    PAUL B. DAVIES and RICHARD PLATT adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 19: 'Hot ferrets. Anyone for hot ferrets?' and Other parts by CAROLE BOYD PAUL B. DAVIES. GARETH HALE PHIL NICE and RICHARD PLATT

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Another chance to hear Episode 19: 'Hot ferrets. Anyone for hot ferrets? Keep out the cold... ' starring

    Other parts played by CAROLE BOYD. PAUL B. DAVIES

    GARETH HALE , PHIL NICE and RICHARD PLATT adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY and JOHN JTJNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

    (Postponed from last week)

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    Episode 20 with Other parts by CAROLE BOYD. DONALD DOUGLAS and PHIL NICE Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY , JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Another chance to hear Episode 20starring with Other parts played by CAROLE BOYD. DONALD DOUGLAS and PHIL NICE adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 21: 'Ditchley, you've got about as much chance of beating Fosdyke as a canary has of laying coconuts.' and a guest appearance by Other parts played by TREVOR COOPER. PHIL NICE and DAVID TIMSON

    Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNHN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Another chance to hear

    Episode 21: 'Ditchley, you've got about as much chance of beating Fosdyke, as a canary has of laying coconuts.' starring with and a guest appearance by Other parts played by TREVOR COOPER. PHIL NICE and DAVID TIMSON adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY , JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 22

    Special guest appearances by Other parts played by PAUL B. DAVIES , FELICITY MONTAGU Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    (First broadcast on Radio 2)

    Episode 22: 'Victoria, you remind me of an Ophelia I once had - if you'll pardon the expression - in Bamsley.' starring and special guest appearances by Patricia Routledge

    Other parts played by PAUL B. DA VIES and FELICITY MONTAGU adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    The final episode 23

    'Sorry, Jos... I can't come.... we're raising funds for tripe blight sufferers.' Starring with Other parts played by DONALD DOUGLAS , PHIL NICE

    RICHARD PLATT and PAUL B. DA VIES with special guest appearances by Patricia Routledge as Dame Vera and Anton Rodgers as Bertie Adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

    Episode 23 starring with special guest appearances by Patricia Routledge

    Other parts played by DONALD DOUGLAS , PHIL NICE

    RICHARD PLATT and PAUL B. DA VIES adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) byBILL TIDY.JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 24 the Duke ofPimbo and Billinge with a special guest appearance by Patricia Routledge as Dame Vera Other parts played by DONALD DOUGLAS , CHRISTOPHER BARR

    FELICITY MONTAGU. RICHARD PLATT adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 25

    'Ditchley is a cheat, a liar and a rogue. And that's the better side of his nature.' Stereo

    Episode 25 with Other parts played by DONALD DOUGLAS. CHRISTOPHER BARR and PAUL B. DAVIES adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY , JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 26

    'When this tripe is too bullet-ridden to function as a vest, it's delicious with onions.' Stereo

    Episode 26: 'When this tripe is too bullet-ridden to function as a vest, it's delicious with onions.' starring the Duke of Pimbo and Billinge \

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR , PHIL NICE

    PAUL B DAVIES and NICK REVELL adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNK1N Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 27: 'I was massaging your dad's foot, Vicky. He's got Miner's Toe.' Stereo

    Episode 27: 'I was massaging your dad's foot, Vicki. He's got miner's toe.' starring

    Other parts played by JOHN JUNKIN. CHRISTOPHER BARR PHIL NICE and PAUL B. DAVIES adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 28: 'But you're C.

    B. Scargill... would you settle for some cough mixture out of this clog?' Stereo

    Episode 28 with a special guest appearance by Charles Gray as C. B. Scargill Other parts played by DONALD DOUGLAS. CHRISTOPHER BARR

    ALAN THOMPSON and SUSIE JOHNS adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by bill tidy, JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 29 starring

    Snelgrove, muscular evangelist Other parts played by LIZ CROWTHER. CHRIS JURY

    CHRISTOPHER BARR and PHIL NICE adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 30: '1 realised that when you kissed the bottle of champagne and threw the lady mayoress against the wall.' Stereo

    Episode 29: 'Waiter, another portion of chips for my friend and another six lunches for me.' Stereo

    Episode 30

    'I realised that, when you kissed the bottle of champagne and threw the lady mayoress against the wall.' starring adapted (from the Daily Mirror cartoon) by BILL TIDY , JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 31 starring the Duke of Pimbo and Billinge

    Special guest appearances

    Other parts played by STEVE HODSON and PHIL NICE Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 32: 'In all my years I have never seen such a savage wound inflicted by a cabbage. Not even a Savoy.' Stereo

    Episode 31: 'Who is the new President?'

    'Well, I got here first, so it s me! Stereo

    Episode 32

    'In all my years I have never seen such a savage wound inflicted by a cabbage. Not even a Savoy.'

    Starring with a special guest appearance

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY. JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 33 starring with Special guest appearance

    Ludovic Snelgrove

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 34: 'Milady, all I want is a few quid to buy me a new udder-scraper.' Stereo

    Episode 33: 'One more roll of bandages Fosdyke - or should I call you Ramadatsun I - and you're done.' Stereo

    Episode 34

    'Milady, all I want is a few quid to buy me a new udder scraper.' starring

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 35: 'I like a man who can make jokes in the face of adversity, Fosdyke, even bad jokes.' Stereo

    Episode 35

    'I like a man who can make jokes in the face of adversity, Fosdyke, even bad jokes.' starring

    Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR , PHIL NICE and PAUL SHEARER with a special guest appearance by Leslie Sands as Wallace Grimley , KC

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 36 Starring

    Other parts played by Christopher Barr and Paul Shearer

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN

    Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 37 starring

    Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Josiah Miriam Margolyes as Victoria David Threlfall as Tom Enn Reitel as Albert Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley with Barbara Rosenblat as Queen of the Jivaros Gordon Gostelow as Arthur Gaskit

    Steve Hodson as Melledew Paul Shearer as Indian

    Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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    Episode 38

    'Sit down Victoria, my dear, and let's talk about Gladys and the Goat Girl. It's going to be fun, fun, fun all the way.'

    Stephanie Turner as Rebecca Philip Lowrie as Josiah Miriam Margolyes as Victoria David Threlfall as Tom Enn Reitel as Albert Christian Rodska as Roger Ditchley with Larry Lamb as Mikimoto David Ross as Puckleworth Steve Hodson as Melledew Raymond Cooke as Noel Curd David Garth as Lance Alan Thompson as Viceroy Tony Slattery as Captain Petain Other parts played by CHRISTOPHER BARR. PHIL NICE and PAUL SHEARER with a special guest appearance by Charles Gray as C.B. Scargill Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL tidy and JOHN JUNKIN Producer ALAN NIXON

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