The Nallon Tapes

Series in which against all odds, comedian and impressionist Steve Nallon has discovered secret MI5 surveillance tapes exposing Britain's rich and powerful.

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19990526

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A radio programme

BBC Programme Number: 984A3862

First broadcast on 1999-05-26

Recorded on 1999-04-28

Producer: TURAN ALI/BONA LATTI

Next in series: PT.2

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***CATALOGUING FOR THIS PROGRAMME WILL BE ADDED AT A LATER DATE***

Broadcast history

26 May 1999 23:02-23:15 (RADIO 4)

011999052620040930 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041001 (BBC7)

Including the true identity of the Queen Mother, Julian Clary's attempt to become the country's football tsar and a plot to return Mrs Thatcher to power.

011999052620040930 (BBC7)
20041001 (BBC7)

Including the true identity of the Queen Mother, Julian Clary's attempt to become the country's football tsar and a plot to return Mrs Thatcher to power.

021999060220041007 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041008 (BBC7)
20061012 BT=2345 (BBC7)
20061013 BT=0445 (BBC7)

This week, the tapes that reveal Tony Blair visited the medium Doris Stokes, the Queen was coached by Dame Edna Everage and Enoch Powell made startling confessions to Claire Raynor.

021999060220041007 (BBC7)
20041008 (BBC7)
20061012 (BBC7)
20061013 (BBC7)

This week, the tapes that reveal Tony Blair visited the medium Doris Stokes, the Queen was coached by Dame Edna Everage and Enoch Powell made startling confessions to Claire Raynor.

031999060920041014 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041014 BT=bt2330 (BBC7)
20041015 (BBC7)
20061019 BT=2345 (BBC7)
20061020 BT=0445 (BBC7)

This week, the tapes reveal Pam Ayres in her desperate attempts to be the next poet laureate, Julie Andrew's confessions to Claire Rayner and Bruce Forsyth's quest to become a classical actor.

031999060920041014 (BBC7)
20041014 BT=bt2330 (BBC7)
20041015 (BBC7)
20061019 (BBC7)
20061020 (BBC7)

This week, the tapes reveal Pam Ayres in her desperate attempts to be the next poet laureate, Julie Andrew's confessions to Claire Rayner and Bruce Forsyth's quest to become a classical actor.

041999061620041021 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041022 (BBC7)
20061026 BT=2345 (BBC7)
20061027 BT=0445 (BBC7)

This week, the Pope bears his soul to Claire Rayner and a national institution is exposed as a cover for international spying.

041999061620041021 (BBC7)
20041022 (BBC7)
20061026 (BBC7)
20061027 (BBC7)

This week, the Pope bears his soul to Claire Rayner and a national institution is exposed as a cover for international spying.

051999062320041028 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041029 (BBC7)
20061102 BT=2345 (BBC7)
20061103 BT=0445 (BBC7)

This week, Kenneth Williams is revealed as the world's most brutal agony aunt.

051999062320041028 (BBC7)
20041029 (BBC7)
20061102 (BBC7)
20061103 (BBC7)

This week, Kenneth Williams is revealed as the world's most brutal agony aunt.

06 LAST1999063020041104 BT=2330 (BBC7)
20041105 (BBC7)
20061109 BT=2345 (BBC7)
20061110 BT=0445 (BBC7)

This week, we hear Alan Bennett's bizarre plans to rewrite a classic and Barbra Streisand's censored appearance on `Desert Island Discs'.

06 LAST1999063020041104 (BBC7)
20041105 (BBC7)
20061109 (BBC7)
20061110 (BBC7)

This week, we hear Alan Bennett's bizarre plans to rewrite a classic and Barbra Streisand's censored appearance on `Desert Island Discs'.