The Frost Years

David Frost was one of the first British broadcasters to subject politicians to the kind of scrutiny and satire which is now the norm.

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200609051/4. David Frost was one of the first British broadcasters to subject politicians to the kind of scrutiny and satire which is now the norm. Sir David and guests discuss the effect of That Was The Week That Was and the 60s satire boom.
200609122/4. Sir David Frost is joined by Norman Tebbit, Denis Healey and Gerald Kaufman to dissect the way in which politicians adapted to the rapidly-changing medium of TV in the 1960s.
200609193/4. Sir David Frost continues his investigation of how TV comedy has affected the political process throughout his career. Guests include Rory Bremner, John Lloyd and Simon Hoggart.
200609264/4. Sir David Frost concludes his investigation of how TV comedy has affected the political process. He looks at effective satirists from recent years, such as Spitting Image and Rory Bremner.
20070215David Frost presents a series looking at how television comedy has affected the political process during his career.

3/4. He is joined by Rory Bremner, John Lloyd and Simon Hoggart.

20070216David Frost presents a series looking at how television comedy has affected the political process during his career.

4/4. This edition celebrates some of the most effective satirists of recent years, including Spitting Image and Rory Bremner.

012006090520070213Sir David and guests discuss the effect of That Was The Week That Was and the 60s satire boom.
0120070213He begins by discussing his own That Was The Week That Was and the 1960s satire boom.

David Frost looks at how TV comedy has affected the political process during his career

David Frost presents a series looking at how television comedy has affected the political process during his career.

1/4. He begins by discussing his own That Was The Week That Was and the 1960s satire boom, which exposed the shortcomings of our political masters.

022006091220070214Sir David Frost is joined by Norman Tebbit, Denis Healey and Gerald Kaufman to dissect the way in which politicians adapted to the rapidly-changing medium of TV in the 1960s.
0220070214David Frost is joined by Norman Tebbit, Denis Healey and Gerald Kaufman.

David Frost looks at how TV comedy has affected the political process during his career

David Frost presents a series looking at how television comedy has affected the political process during his career.

2/4. He is joined by Norman Tebbit, Denis Healey and Gerald Kaufman to discuss the way in which politicians adapted to the rapidly-changing medium in the 1960s.

032006091920070215Sir David Frost continues his investigation of how TV comedy has affected the political process throughout his career.

Guests include Rory Bremner, John Lloyd and Simon Hoggart

0320070215David Frost is joined by Rory Bremner, John Lloyd and Simon Hoggart.

David Frost looks at how TV comedy has affected the political process during his career

0420070216This edition celebrates some of the most effective satirists of recent years.

David Frost looks at how TV comedy has affected the political process during his career

04 LAST2006092620070216Sir David Frost concludes his investigation of how TV comedy has affected the political process.

He looks at effective satirists from recent years, such as Spitting Image and Rory Bremner