Al Murray, Martin Hyder and Matt Bradstock, with Edna Doré as Nana, plus Phill Jupitus and Soo Drouet in the first series; Phil Nice and Brenda Gilhooley in the first and second; Joanna Brookes in the second, and Peter Serafinowicz in the fourth. Also a permanent fixture in Series Three and Four was Bert Kwuok, who played Cato in the Pink Panther films - he'd appeared as a guest in Series Two, and liked it so much that he came back on a regular basis.

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
RepeatedDescription
0101Monks And Nuns - Guest Bernard Breslaw1993111119940509
20031120 (BBC7)
0102Lords And Ladies - Guest John Pertwee1993111819940516
20030726 (BBC7)
20031127 (BBC7)
0103Police And Thieves - Guest The Beverly Sisters1993112519940523
20030802 (BBC7)
20031204 (BBC7)
20031213 (BBC7)
0104 LASTDoctors And Nurses - Guest Bob Holness1993120219940530
0201Elves And Pixies - Guest Arthur Mullard1994111719950614
0202Judges And Janitors - Guest Rolf Harris1994112419950621
0203Army And Navy - Guest Anita Dobson1994120119950628
0204Minicab Drivers - Guest Bert Kwuok1994120819950705
0205Dons And Dames - Guest June Whitfield1994121519950712
0206 LASTDog And Bone - Guest Ronnie Corbett1994122219950719
030119950831A new six-part series for comedian Harry Hill and the all-singing, all-dancing Family Hill. With Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder and special celebrity guests.
030219950907Contributors
Harry Hill (Author)
Martin Hyder (ent)
Edna Dore (ent)
Burt Kwouk (ent)
Al Murray (ent)
Matt Bradstock (ent)
Jon Magnusson (Producer)
Jon Pertwee (Speaker)
Recorded on 1995-07-30.
03031995091419980218Contributors
Harry Hill (Author)
Martin Hyder (ent)
Edna Dore (ent)
Burt Kwouk (ent)
Al Murray (ent)
Matt Bradstock (ent)
Jon Magnusson (Producer)
Stephen Lewis (Speaker)
Recorded on 1995-08-03.
030419950921Contributors
Harry Hill (Author)
Martin Hyder (ent)
Stephen Lewis (ent)
Edna Dore (ent)
Burt Kwouk (ent)
Al Murray (ent)
Matt Bradstock (ent)
Jon Magnusson (Producer)
Melvin Hayes (Speaker)
Recorded on 1995-08-03.
030519950928Producer: J. MAGNUSSON
Next in series: PROGRAMME 6
Previous in series: PROG. 4
Description
The fastest and funniest show on radio, with comedian Harry HILL and the all-
Subject Categories
comedy programmes (genre)
Broadcast history
28 Sep 1995 18:30-19:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Harry Hill (Author)
Martin Hyder (ent)
Edna Dore (ent)
Burt Kwouk (ent)
Al Murray (ent)
Matt Bradstock (ent)
Jon Magnusson (Producer)
Richard O'Sullivan (Speaker)
Recorded on 1995-08-05.
0306 LAST19951005
0401Guest: Richard O'sullivan1997032020030806 (BBC7)
0402Guest: Johnny Ball1997032720030813 (BBC7)
0403Guest: Todd Carty1997040320030820 (BBC7)
04041997041020030827 (BBC7)
0405Guests Lynne Perrie And Chris Quentin1997041720030903 (BBC7)
0406 LASTGuest Jan Leeming1997042420030910 (BBC7)
040X1997xxxx20030917 (BBC7)
0119971217Another chance to enter Harry's world, where barn owl and tawny owl live side by side in perfect harmony, regardless of size of face. Written by and starring Harry Hill with Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder, Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz.
0219980107Another chance to enter Harry's world, where pork chop lives side by side with lamb chop (beef does not get a chop, only a sausage). Written by and starring Harry Hill with Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder, Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz.
0319980114Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder, Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz join Harry Hill in radio's fastest and funniest programme.
0419980121Harry Hill presents radio's fastest and funniest show. With Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder, Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz.
0519980128
06Guest Richard Briers19980204Harry Hill presents radio's fastest and funniest show. With special guest Richard Briers, and Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder, Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz.
0719980211Harry Hill presents radio's fastest and funniest show. With Burt Kwouk, Edna Dore, Al Murray, Martin Hyder and celebrity guests.
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970320]A new six-part series for comedian Harry Hill. With Burt Kwouk ,
Edna Dore , Al Murray , Martin Hyder , Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Phil Bowker
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970320]A new six-part series for comedian Harry Hill. With Burt Kwouk ,
Edna Dore , Al Murray , Martin Hyder , Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Phil Bowker
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971217]Another chance to enter Harry's world. Written by and starring Harry Hill with Burt Kwouk , Edna Dore , Al Murray , Martin Hyder , Matt Bradstock and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Phil Bowker Repeat

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Genome: [r4 bd=19970320] contributors

  • Unknown: Harry Hill.
  • Unknown: Burt Kwouk
  • Unknown: Edna Dore
  • Unknown: Al Murray
  • Unknown: Martin Hyder
  • Unknown: Matt Bradstock
  • Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz.
  • Producer: Phil Bowker

Genome: [r4 bd=19970320] contributors

  • Unknown: Harry Hill.
  • Unknown: Burt Kwouk
  • Unknown: Edna Dore
  • Unknown: Al Murray
  • Unknown: Martin Hyder
  • Unknown: Matt Bradstock
  • Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz.
  • Producer: Phil Bowker

Genome: [r4 bd=19971217] contributors

  • Unknown: Harry Hill
  • Unknown: Burt Kwouk
  • Unknown: Edna Dore
  • Unknown: Al Murray
  • Unknown: Martin Hyder
  • Unknown: Matt Bradstock
  • Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz.
  • Producer: Phil Bowker

Official Release

  • There was a double cassette released with four episodes, but I don't know which these were.
  • "There was a double cassette released with four episodes, but I don't know which these were."

Titles >

  • There's no official titles that I'm aware of, these are for identification and taken from a variety of sources.
  • Series 3: 1- Desmond Tutu Sings Motown; 2 - Prince Charles Sings Musical Youth; 3 - Jimmy Saville Sings The Cranberries; 4 - That Midget Off Fantasy Island Sings; 5 - Mike Read Sings Blur; 6 - Desmond Tutu Sings Disney
  • Series 4: 1 - Gregorian Monks Chant The Ragga Hits; 2 - David Bowie Sings The Instrumentals; 3 - Tom Baker Sings Meatloaf; 4 - Chewbacca Sings Spandau Ballet; 5 - Mariella Frostrup Sings Dionne Warwick; 6 - Alec Guinness Sings Pulp