|01||Pictures||20000722||This first programme takes the pictures as its theme, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the cinema.|
|02||Censorship||20000729||In this second programme his theme is censorship, featuring clips from `I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again', Stan Freberg, Hudson and Landry, Craig Ferguson, National Lampoon, Frankie Howerd and Vivian Stanshall.|
Plus examples of what you can and cannot get away with - dating back to the 1930s.
|03||The Powers That Be 1||20000805||With clips from Mark Steel, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Albert Brooks and Rory Bremner|
|04||The Powers That Be 2||20000812||With clips from Hugh Laurie, George Carlin, Roy `Chubby' Brown, Chris Rock, Eddie Izzard, Steve Martin and Bill Hicks|
|05||Media||20000819||Today's theme is the media, and the programme features clips from Stan Freberg, Martin and Molloy, Robert Klein, `I'm Sorry, I'll Read that Again', Eddie Izzard, Fry and Laurie, Lee Evans, and the cast of `On the Hour'.|
|06||1000 Years Of English Language||20000826||In this programme, 1,000 years of the ENGLISH language, featuring clips from Bob Newhart, Bob and Ray, `Struck Off and Die', the Vestibules, Marty Feldman and Eddie Izzard|
|07||Popular Culture||20000902||In this programme, he tries to capture the youth market by taking popular culture as his theme.|
Featuring clips from the University of Tooting Bec's own boy band, the Texas Chainsaw Orchestra, the Shirehorses, Weird Al Yancovic, and Frankie Howerd singing `Blue Suede Shoes'.
|08 LAST||Comedy And Song||20000909||In this final programme he takes comedy and song as his theme.|