Lines From My Grandfather's Forehead

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20050301 (BBC7)Ronnie Barker Plays Various And Sundry Characters In This 1970s Sketch Show.
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Ronnie Barker Writes And Appears In This Seminal Sketch Show, First Broadcast August 1972.
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it's July 1972, And Ronnie Barker And The Team Show You How To Avoid Socialising By Puttin

g some milk on.

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the 'one Ronnie' - Ronnie Barker - With A Collection Of Sketches, Prose, Poems And Music. From August, 1972.
20050222 BT=1400 (BBC7)the 'one Ronnie' Ronnie Barker, With A Collection Of Sketches, Prose, Poems And Music. From August 1972.

ronnie Barker Stars As, Amongst Other Things, A Two Headed Man In This Sketch Show From Au

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ronnie Barker Stars As, Amongst Other Things, A Two Headed Man In This Sketch Show. From A

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ugust 1972.

ronnie Barker Stars As, Amongst Other Things, A Two Headed Man In This Sketch Show.

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Ronnie Barker stars as, among other things, a two headed man in this sketch show.

ronnie Barker Stars In This Classic Comedy From 1971.

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ronnie Barker Stars In This Classic Radio Sketch Show. First Broadcast In July 1972.

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ronnie Barker Stars In This Classic Radio Sketch Show. From July 1972.

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how Even The Best Laid Festive P

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lans can go awry and a message from your milkman.

Forehead. Ronnie Barker and co reveal how even the best laid plans for the festive season can so easily go awry! From Dec 1971.

a Eulogy To Beethoven - And The

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building of a bus shelter. From March 1971.

A eulogy to Beethoven - and the building of a bus shelter. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From March 1971.

a Struggling Vicar And A Welsh B

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irthday card poet.

A struggling vicar at a christening and profiling a renowned Welsh birthday card poet.

a Bungling Burglar, A Struggling

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pianist and the Clegworthy family's Sunday.

From 1971.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker. From March 1971.

A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and a typical Sunday with the Clegworthy family.

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A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone. Sketch comedy from July 1972.

A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From July 1972.

A spoof Paul Temple - and a case of cross-wired on the telephone. From July 1972.

a Bizarre Slice Of Shakespeare - And A Poem For A Man With A Plan. From August 1972.

a Sequ

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ential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and John Graham. Pianist: Gordon Langford and guitarist: Dick Abell.

Written by Chris Allen, Peter Campbell, Ted Clayton and Patrick Ennis, John Graham, Roy Lomax, Donald Monat and June Dixon, Frank A Terry and Harold Arpthorp.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

A bizarre slice of Shakespeare - and a poem for a man with a plan. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker. From August 1972.

A bizarre slice of Shakespeare and a poem for a man with a plan. From August 1972.

A bizarre slice of Shakespeare - and a poem for a man with a plan.

a Forgetful Actor And People Who Use Lots Of Words But Say Very Little. From August 1972.

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forgetful actor - and people who use lots of words but say very little. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker. From August 1972.

A forgetful actor - and a Society for People Who Use a Lot of Words and Say Very Little.

A forgetful actor, a grave digger's wedding - and people who use lots of words but say very little.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and John Graham. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Tony Bilbow and Mike Fentiman, Guy Boas, Terence Brady, David Climie, John Graham, Charles Griffin, Kevin Paul and Harold Arkthorp, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Peter Spence and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

a Musing Pianist And A Two Headed 'great Eccentric'. Sketch Comedy From August 1972.

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a Musing Pianist And A Two Headed 'great Eccentric'. Sketch Comedy With ronnie Barker.

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A musing pianist and a two headed 'Great Eccentric'. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From August 1972.

A musing pianist - and 'Great Eccentrics' introduces a two-headed man. From August 1972.

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A musing pianist, a two-headed 'Great Eccentric' and Is the Age of Chivalry dead?

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, David Climie and Gordon Langford, Jim Eldridge, John Graham, Alan Hutchison, Chris Miller, Richard Murdoch, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Gerald Wiley and Stan Wootton.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

a Rival To The Bard Of Avon - And Buying A Teaspoon.

a Rival To The Bard Of Avon, And Buyin

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g a teaspoon. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

an Odd Romantic Tryst And The Life Of A Great Englishman. From April 1971.

an Unusual Roman

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tic tryst, a song about blossoms and a great Englishman is remembered.

angry Antique Dealers, A Word From The Minister For Population - And It's Not The End Of The Worl

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A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford. Banjo: Dick Abell.

Written by Terence Brady, Peter N Christie, Donald Churchill, Bert Fisher, John Graham, Christopher Langham, Roy Lomax, Chris Miller, Katie Moss, Myles Rudge and Gordon Langford, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From August 1972.

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Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world.

Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From August 1972.

classic Comedy In Which ronnie Barker Sings About, Among Other Things, A Laughing Tax Insp

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ector. First heard February 1971.

ector... First heard February 1971.

classic Comic Lines From ronnie Barker, Adeptly Accompanied By terence Brady And

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>PAULINE YATES. First heard in March 1971.

classic Comic Lines From ronnie Barker. Adeptly Accompanied By terence Brady And

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>PAULINE YATES. First heard in March 1971.

forehead. ronnie Barker And The Team Perform A Variety Of Sketches, Including Their Versio

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n of Under Milkwood. First broadcast July 1972.

Reshuffling Patron Saints and an 'Under Milk Wood' spoof. Sketch comedy from July 1972.

Reshuffling Patron Saints, the art of piano moving and spoofing 'Under Milk Wood'.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Miles Kington, Roy Lomax, John Graham, Peter Spence, Chris Miller, Chris Allen, Jim Eldridge, Chris Bell and Laurie Holloway and Peter N Christie

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1972.

Reshuffling Patron Saints and an 'Under Milk Wood' spoof. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From July 1972.

A reshuffle of Patron Saints, a London busker and a new take on Under Milk Wood. From 1972

Reshuffling Patron Saints and an 'Under Milk Wood' spoof. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From July 1972.

forehead. ronnie Barker Is One Of The Stars In This Classic Sketch Comedy From March 1971.

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forehead. ronnie Barker Stars In This Classic Comedy From 1971.

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forehead. ronnie Barker Stars In This Classic Radio Sketch Show. First Heard In July 1972.

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forehead. ronnie Barker With A Collection Of Sketches, Prose, Poems And Music. From August

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forehead. Classic Comedy In Which ronnie Barker Sings About, Among Other Things, A Laughin

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g Tax Inspector. First heard February 1971.

forehead. Classic Comic Lines From ronnie Barker. Adeptly Accompanied By terence Brady<

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/c> and Pauline Yates. First heard in March 1971.

A rival to the Bard of Avon - and buying a teaspoon.

A rival to the Bard of Avon - and buying a teaspoon. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From March 1971.

forehead. Sir Arnold Baker Is Celebrated. For What, We Really Don't Know. ronnie Barker St

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ars in this wry sketch comedy from April 1971.

improvement Grants Explained And A Plumber Muses On Words. Sketch Comedy From July 1972.

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provement grants explained and a plumber muses on words. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From July 1972.

Improvement grants explained - and how to avoid socialising by putting some milk on.

sir Arnold Baker Is Celebrated. For What, We Really Don't Know. ronnie Barker Stars In Thi

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s wry sketch comedy from April 1971.

s wry sketch comedy from 1971.

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A laughing tax inspector - and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

A laughing tax inspector - and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From February 1971.

From 05/04/19711971040520191008 (BBC7)An odd romantic tryst and the life of a great Englishman.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by John Graham, David Nobbs, David McKellar and Peter Vincent, Donald Monat and June Dixon, Miles Rudge and Ted Dicks, Pete Spence, Alan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

From 15/03/19711971031520190917 (BBC7)A rival to the Bard of Avon, the challenge of buying an antique teaspoon and a sleepless night.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.
Guitarist: Dick Abell.

Written by:
Terence Brady
Donald Churchill
David Climie
John Graham
Charles Mackay
Spike Milligan
Peter Spence
Roger Till
Gerald Wiley (Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym)
Gordon Langford.

Producer: John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

A rival to the Bard of Avon, and the challenge of buying an antique teaspoon.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

From 22/03/19711971032220190924 (BBC7)A struggling vicar, a Welsh birthday card poet and a perplexed psychoanalyst.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, David Climie, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

A struggling vicar and a Welsh birthday card poet. Sketch comedy from March 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

From 29/03/19711971032920191001 (BBC7)A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and the Clegworthy family's Sunday.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Peggy Ann Wood. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, Tony Bilbow and Mike Fentiman, David Climie, John Graham, Gerald Wiley and John Fawcett-Wilson.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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How even the best laid festive plans can go awry. From December 1971.
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Ronnie Barker Is One Of The Stars In This Classic Sketch Comedy From March 1971.
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Ronnie Barker Reveals How Even The Best Laid Plans For The Festive Season Can So Easily Goawry! From Dec 1971.
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A laughing tax inspector - and a right royal surprise.

A laughing tax inspector and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Trouble at sea, a laughing tax inspector and a right royal surprise.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon. Pianist: Gordon Langford

Written by Terence Brady, John Graham, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Gerald Wiley ( Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym) and Gordon Langford.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1971.

Trouble at sea, a laughing tax inspector and a right royal surprise.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon. Pianist: Gordon Langford

Written by Terence Brady, John Graham, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Gerald Wiley (Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym) and Gordon Langford.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

A laughing tax inspector - and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

A laughing tax inspector - and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From February 1971.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon.

Written by Terence Brady, John Graham, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Gerald Wiley (Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym) and Gordon Langford.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

A laughing tax inspector and a right royal surprise. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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A eulogy to Beethoven - and the epic tale of the building of a new bus shelter.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon.

Pianist: Gordon Langford

Written by:
Chris Allen
JHB Peel
John Graham
Allan Scott & Chris Bryant
Peter Spence
Gerald Wiley (Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym)

Producer: John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

A eulogy to Beethoven, and the building of a bus shelter.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon. Pianist: Gordon Langford

Written by Chris Allen, JHB Peel, John Graham, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Peter Spence and Gerald Wiley ( Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym)

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

A eulogy to Beethoven, and the building of a bus shelter. From March 1971.

A eulogy to Beethoven, and the building of a bus shelter. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From March 1971.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Josephine Gordon. Pianist: Gordon Langford

Written by Chris Allen, JHB Peel, John Graham, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Peter Spence and Gerald Wiley ( Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym)

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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A rival to the Bard of Avon, the challenge of buying an antique teaspoon and a sleepless night.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford. Guitarist: Dick Abell.

Written by Terence Brady, Donald Churchill, David Climie, John Graham, Charles Mackay, Spike Milligan, Peter Spence, Roger Till, Gerald Wiley ( Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym) and Gordon Langford.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

A rival to the Bard of Avon, the challenge of buying an antique teaspoon and a sleepless night.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.
Guitarist: Dick Abell.

Written by:
Terence Brady
Donald Churchill
David Climie
John Graham
Charles Mackay
Spike Milligan
Peter Spence
Roger Till
Gerald Wiley (Ronnie's Barker's pseudonym)
Gordon Langford.

Producer: John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

A rival to the Bard of Avon, and the challenge of buying an antique teaspoon.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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A struggling vicar, a Welsh birthday card poet and a perplexed psychoanalyst.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, David Climie, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

A struggling vicar and a Welsh birthday card poet. Sketch comedy from March 1971.

A struggling vicar and a Welsh birthday card poet. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From March 1971.

A struggling vicar at a christening and profiling a renowned Welsh birthday card poet.

A struggling vicar, a Welsh birthday card poet and a perplexed psychoanalyst.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, David Climie, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and the Clegworthy family's Sunday.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Peggy Ann Wood. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, Tony Bilbow and Mike Fentiman, David Climie, John Graham, Gerald Wiley and John Fawcett-Wilson.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Peggy Ann Wood. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, Tony Bilbow and Mike Fentiman, David Climie, John Graham, Gerald Wiley and John Fawcett-Wilson.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and a typical Sunday with the Clegworthy family.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Peggy Ann Wood. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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An odd romantic tryst and the life of a great Englishman.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by John Graham, David Nobbs, David McKellar and Peter Vincent, Donald Monat and June Dixon, Miles Rudge and Ted Dicks, Pete Spence, Alan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1971.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

An odd romantic tryst and the life of a great Englishman. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From April 1971.

An odd romantic tryst and the life of a great Englishman. From April 1971.

An unusual romantic tryst, a song about blossoms and Sir Arnold Baker is celebrated. For what, we really don't know.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by John Graham, David Nobbs, David McKellar and Peter Vincent, Donald Monat and June Dixon, Miles Rudge and Ted Dicks, Pete Spence, Alan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1971.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

021972000020080206 (BBC7)Ronnie Barker Plays Various And Sundry Characters In This 1972 Sketch Show.
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Ronnie Barker And The Team Perform A Variety Of Sketches Including Their Version Of Under Milkwood. First broadcast July 1972.

Milk Wood. First broadcast July 1972.

02011972070920200101 (BBC7)Reshuffling Patron Saints, the art of piano moving and spoofing 'Under Milk Wood'.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Miles Kington, Roy Lomax, John Graham, Peter Spence, Chris Miller, Chris Allen, Jim Eldridge, Chris Bell and Laurie Holloway and Peter N Christie

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1972.

Reshuffling Patron Saints and an 'Under Milk Wood' spoof. Sketch comedy from July 1972.

Ronnie Barker stars in a sequential entertainment for radio.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

0201And Now Here At The Albert Hall We Come To The Main Item In Tonight's Concert Program1972072120030823 (BBC7)
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A reshuffle of Patron Saints, a London busker and a new take on 'Under Milk Wood'.
02021972071620200108 (BBC7)Improvement grants for everybody explained and a plumber muses on words.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Tony Bilbow, Mike Fentiman, David Climie, Gordon Langford, John Graham, Miles Kington, Roy Lomax, Myles Rudge, Max Harris and Peter Spence.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1972.

Improvement grants explained and a plumber muses on words. Sketch comedy from July 1972.

Ronnie Barker stars in a sequential entertainment for radio.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

0202Good Evening - I Want To Talk To You Tonight About Improvement Grants1972072820030830 (BBC7)
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Improvement grants explained and a plumber muses on words.

Sketch comedy from July 1972.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

From July 1972.

Improvement grants explained - and how to avoid socialising by putting some milk on.

Stars Ronnie Barker.

Ronnie Barker and the team show you how to avoid socialising by putting some milk on.

Improvement grants explained - and how to avoid socialising by putting some milk on. S

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A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone.

Sketch comedy from July 1972.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

From July 1972.

A spoof Paul Temple - and a case of cross-wires on the telephone.

Stars Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

Ronnie Barker stars in this classic radio sketch show.

First heard in July 1972.

A spoof Paul Temple - and a case of cross-wired on the telephone.

A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone. Sketch comedy from July 1972.

A spoof Paul Temple and wires get crossed on the telephone. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From July 1972.

Mystery in a spoof of smooth sleuth Paul Temple - and wires get crossed on the telephone.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Ann Beach. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Arnold Brown, Donald Churchill, Peter Spence, Don Currell and Andy Kelvin, John Graham, Charles Griffin, JG Sacks, Myles Rudge and Ted Dicks, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1972.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and Ann Beach. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Arnold Brown, Donald Churchill, Peter Spence, Don Currell and Andy Kelvin, John Graham, Charles Griffin, JG Sacks, Myles Rudge and Ted Dicks, and Gerald Wiley.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

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02051972080620200115 (BBC7)Angry antique dealers, a word from the Minister for population - and it's not the end of the world

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Banjo: Dick Abell

Written by Terence Brady, Peter N Christie, Donald Churchill, Bert Fisher, John Graham, Christopher Langham, Roy Lomax, Chris Miller, Katie Moss, Myles Rudge and Gordon Langford, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world.

Ronnie Barker stars in a sequential entertainment for radio.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates. Pianist: Gordon Langford. Banjo: Dick Abell.

Comedy with Ronnie Barker

0205And Now Before The Next Programme1972081820040112 (BBC7)
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Angry antique dealers and it's not the end of the world. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates. From August 1972.

Ronnie Barker writes and appears in this seminal sketch show, first broadcast August 1972.

02061972081320200122 (BBC7)A musing pianist, a two-headed 'Great Eccentric' and Is the Age of Chivalry dead?

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady and Pauline Yates.

Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Chris Allen, David Climie and Gordon Langford, Jim Eldridge, John Graham, Alan Hutchison, Chris Miller, Richard Murdoch, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Gerald Wiley and Stan Wootton.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

A musing pianist and a two-headed 'Great Eccentric'. Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Ronnie Barker stars in a sequential entertainment for radio.

0206Right Lads, I Want You To Go Straight Into The Attack Today...1972082520040119 (BBC7)
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Ronnie Barker stars as, amongst other things, a two headed man in this sketch show from August 1972.

A musing pianist and a two headed 'Great Eccentric'.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

From August 1972.

A musing pianist - and 'Great Eccentrics' introduces a two-headed man.

Stars Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

Sketch comedy from August 1972.

02071972082020200129 (BBC7)A forgetful actor, a grave digger's wedding - and people who use lots of words but say very little.

A sequential entertainment for radio starring Ronnie Barker.

With Terence Brady, Pauline Yates and John Graham. Pianist: Gordon Langford.

Written by Tony Bilbow and Mike Fentiman, Guy Boas, Terence Brady, David Climie, John Graham, Charles Griffin, Kevin Paul and Harold Arkthorp, Allan Scott and Chris Bryant, Peter Spence and Gerald Wiley.

Producer John Fawcett-Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1972.

A forgetful actor and people who use lots of words but say very little.

Ronnie Barker stars in a sequential entertainment for radio.

0207He Seemed To Have So Much To Say Into His Neighbours Ear...1972090120040126 (BBC7)
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The 'One Ronnie' Ronnie Barker, with a collection of sketches, prose, poems and music.

From August 1972.

Forehead.

Ronnie Barker with a collection of sketches, prose, poems and music.

A forgetful actor and people who use lots of words but say very little.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker. A forgetful actor - and a Society for People Who Use a Lot of Words and Say Very Little.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.

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Ronnie Barker plays various and sundry characters in this 1970s sketch show.

Ronnie Barker plays various and sundry characters in this 1972 sketch show.

The 'One Ronnie' Ronnie Barker, with a collection of sketches, prose, poems and music.

From August 1972.

A bizarre slice of Shakespeare - and a poem for a man with a plan.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker. Stars Ronnie Barker and Pauline Yates.

Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.