The Right Time

A sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it.

Episodes

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A sketch show which proves that life doesn't necessarily begin at 40. Eleanor Bron stars with Neil Innes and Graeme Garden. Episode 1 of 6.

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Comedy for the twilight years, as a cast and production team tackle what might be politely termed 'middle age'. Episode 2 of 5.

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Comedy for the twilight years, as a cast and production team tackle what might be politely termed 'middle age'. Episode 2 of 5.

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Comedy for the twilight years, as a cast and production team tackle what might be politely termed 'middle age'. Episode 2 of 5.

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Comedy for those experiencing their second wind in life, in this sketch show aimed at the over-forties. Episode 4 of 5.

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Comedy for those experiencing their second wind in life, in this sketch show aimed at the over-forties. Episode 4 of 5.

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Comedy for those experiencing their second wind in life, in this sketch show aimed at the over-forties. Episode 4 of 5.

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Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 2 of 6.

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Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 3 of 6.

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Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 5 of 6.

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Do you almost qualify for a bus pass? Are you contemplating middle age? Then this sketch show might be just for you. Episode 3 of 5.

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Do you almost qualify for a bus pass? Are you contemplating middle age? Then this sketch show might be just for you. Episode 3 of 5.

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Do you almost qualify for a bus pass? Are you contemplating middle age? Then this sketch show might be just for you. Episode 3 of 5.

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How does the world seem to older eyes? Eleanor Bron, Neil Innes and Clive Swift show us how the babyboomers see it. From 2001. Episode 1 of 5.

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How does the world seem to older eyes? Eleanor Bron, Neil Innes and Clive Swift show us how the babyboomers see it. From 2001. Episode 1 of 5.

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Neil Innes stands in the wings with his ukelele and John Hegley ponders the life of an aged cat. Sketches and songs from 2003. Episode 4 of 6.

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Sketch comedy show from 2002, with advice on how to achieve peace of mind and a unique twist on the B&B holiday. Episode 5 of 5.

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Sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it. Episode 5 of 5.

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Sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it. Last in the series from 2001. Episode 5 of 5.

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Sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it. Last in the series from 2001. Episode 5 of 5.

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Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

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The sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived a bit. Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox.

The sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived a bit.

Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox

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A sketch show which proves that life doesn't necessarily begin at 40.

Eleanor Bron stars with Neil Innes and Graeme Garden.

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How does the world seem to older eyes? Eleanor Bron, Neil Innes and Clive Swift show us how the babyboomers see it. From 2001. Episode 1 of 5.

The babyboomers see the funny side of everyday, modern life.

Stars Eleanor Bron.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift and Neil Innes.

The babyboomers see the funny side of everyday, modern life.

How does the world seem to older eyes?

Eleanor Bron, Neil Innes and Clive Swift show us how the babyboomers see it.

From 2001.

Starring Eleanor Bron, with guests Neil Innes and Graeme Garden, and live music from Ronnie Gold and his band, the Rex.

The baby boomers see the funny side of everyday modern life. Stars Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift and Neil Innes. From August 2001.

The babyboomers see the funny side of everyday, modern life. Stars Eleanor Bron.

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21st century life from people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift and Andrew Sachs.

From August 2001.

21st century life from a seasoned, well-lived viewpoint.

Comedy for the twilight years, as a cast and production team tackle what might be politely termed 'middle age'.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Paula Wilcox and Roger Blake, with music from Neil Innes, and Ronnie and the Rex.

21st century life from people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift and Andrew Sachs. From August 2001.

Comedy for the twilight years, as a cast and production team tackle what might be politely termed 'middle age'. Episode 2 of 5.

21st century life from a seasoned, well-lived viewpoint. Stars Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift and Andrew Sachs. From August 2001.

21st century life from a seasoned, well-lived viewpoint. From August 2001.

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The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it.

From August 2001.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift.

Do you almost qualify for a bus pass? Are you contemplating middle age? Then this sketch show might be just for you.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From August 2001.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift. From August 2001.

Do you almost qualify for a bus pass? Are you contemplating middle age? Then this sketch show might be just for you. Episode 3 of 5.

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The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it.

From Sept 2001.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift.

From September 2001.

Comedy for those experiencing their second wind in life, in this sketch show aimed at the over-forties.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift, Paula Wilcox and Roger Blake, with music from Neil Innes, and Ronnie and the Rex.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From Sept 2001.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift. From September 2001.

Comedy for those experiencing their second wind in life, in this sketch show aimed at the over-forties. Episode 4 of 5.

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The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift.

From September 2001.

From 2001.

From Sept 2001.

Sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Clive Swift, Paula Wilcox and Roger Blake, with music from Neil Innes, and Ronnie and the Rex.

Last in the series from 2001.

The sketch show about modern life with people who have lived a bit of it.

The sketch show about modern life with people who have lived a bit of it. Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift. From September 2001.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. Stars Eleanor Bron and Clive Swift. From September 2001.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From 2001.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From Sept 2001.

Sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit of it. Episode 5 of 5.

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From the perils of seduction to topless sunbathing. 40 is the new 21.

Sketch show about life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, John Pidgeon, Jan Etherington, Julie Balloo and Ramone Towers.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.
Producer: Helen Williams
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

While there's life there's hope. Comedy of the Third Age with Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. Episode 1 of 5.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it.

From April 2002.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden.

Comedy of the Third Age with Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden.

While there's life there's hope.

A sketch show about modern life, starring Eleanor Bron, with Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Music from Ronnie and the Rex.

40 is the new 21. Sketch show written and performed by the well-lived. Stars Eleanor Bron.

40 is the new 21. Sketch show written and performed by the well-lived. Stars Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. From April 2002.

40 is the new 21. Sketch show written and performed by the well-lived.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. Stars Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. From April 2002.

The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From April 2002.

Comedy of the Third Age with Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. From April 2002.

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Everybody's wearing beige, crossed wires and bailiffs.

Sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived a bit.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, John Pidgeon, Jan Etherington, Julie Balloo, Ramone Towers, Trevor Walker,Michael Fitch, John Dowie, Colin Bostock-Smith and Andrew Nickolds.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.

Producer: Helen Williams

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

From April 2002, a sketch comedy for people growing old disgracefully. Quiz show 'I Do' proves a doddle. Episode 2 of 5.

Wearing beige and bailiffs. Sketch comedy with a mature edge.

Wearing beige and bailiffs. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. From April 2002.

Wearing beige and bailiffs. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. From April 2002.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. From April 2002.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

From April 2002.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes.

a sketch comedy for people growing old disgracefully.

Quiz show 'I Do' proves a doddle.

Wearing beige and bailiffs. Sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Wearing beige and bailiffs. Sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. From April 2002.

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A mood ring and piercings - sketch comedy with a mature edge.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

A good reason for getting a piercing - and a prediction of reality TV going over the top...

Sketch show with a mature edge, written and performed by people who've lived a bit.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Julie Balloo, Ramone Towers, Chris Thompson, Peter Reynolds, John Dowie, Peter Spence, Colin Bostock-Smith, Ronnie Golden and Andrew Nickolds.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.

Producer: Helen Williams

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

Getting older can be so much fun. So can monks.

Comedy sketches and song from 2002.

With Graeme Garden and Neil Innes.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. From May 2002.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes.

From May 2002.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Getting older can be so much fun.

So can monks.

Stars Eleanor Bron.

A mood ring and piercings - sketch comedy with a mature edge. Stars Graeme Garden.

Getting older can be so much fun. So can monks. Comedy sketches and song from 2002. With Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. Episode 3 of 5.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden and Neil Innes.

Getting older can be so much fun. So can monks. Stars Eleanor Bron.

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How to get home from the pub. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

How to get home from the pub - and a ruined holiday in Barbados.

Sketch show for people growing older disgracefully. Written and performed by people who've lived a bit.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Julie Balloo, Ramone Towers, Trevor Walker, John Dowie, Colin Bostock-Smith and John Pidgeon.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.

Producer: Helen Williams

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2002.

How to get home from the pub - and a ruined holiday in Barbados.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Julie Balloo, Ramone Towers, Trevor Walker, John Dowie, Colin Bostock-Smith and John Pidgeon.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.

Producer: Helen Williams

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Sketch comedy from a middle-aged perspective. Includes a unique twist on B&B holidays.

B&B holidays with a twist.

Sketch comedy from a middle-aged perspective. Includes a unique twist on B&B holidays. Stars Paula Wilcox. From May 2002.

B&B holidays with a twist - the sketch comedy show for people growing older disgracefully.

B&B holidays with a twist - the sketch comedy show for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Paula Wilcox. From May 2002.

Sketch comedy show from 2002, with advice on how to achieve peace of mind and a unique twist on the B&B holiday. Episode 5 of 5.

The sketch comedy show for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Seeking treasure with metal detectors - and B and B holidays - with a twist!

Sketch show for people growing older disgracefully. Written and performed by people who've lived a bit.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Paula Wilcox, Clive Swift and Roger Blake.

Written by Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Julie Balloo, Colin Bostock-Smith, John Pidgeon, Jan Etherington, Peter Spence and Andrew Nickolds.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex.

Producer: Helen Williams

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2002.

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Gym shenanigans in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Gym shenanigans, finding a fox - and can you feel sexy at 60?

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Pam Ayres.

Written by Pam Ayres, Mike Coleman, Jan Etherington, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Colin Bostock-Smith, Bob Sinfield, Chris Thompson, Pete Reynolds, Tony Bagley, Richard Turner and Phil Nice,

Script Editor: Geoff Parsons.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex and Neil Innes.

Producer: Claire Jones

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 2003.

Gym shenanigans. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Graeme Garden and Pam Ayres. From March 2003.

Gym shenanigans. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Gym shenanigans.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Graeme Garden and Pam Ayres.

From March 2003.

Skewed sketches courtesy of seasoned performers and accomplished writers.

Stars Graeme Garden and Eleanor Bron.

Find out the mature attitude to dieting and going to the gym, and meet The Woman Who Always Says the Wrong Thing.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift, Graeme Garden, Roger Blake and Neil Innes, with special guest Pam Ayres.

With music from Neil Innes and Ronnie and the Rex.

Gym shenanigans in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Graeme Garden and Pam Ayres. From March 2003.

A sketch show which proves that life doesn't necessarily begin at 40. Eleanor Bron stars with Neil Innes and Graeme Garden.

Skewed sketches courtesy of seasoned performers and accomplished writers. From March 2003.

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It's a facelift fracas on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

The sketch show about life featuring people who've lived a bit. From March 2003.

Facelift fracas. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. From March 2003.

The sketch show about life featuring people who've lived a bit.

From March 2003.

Facelift fracas.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Graeme Garden and Neil Innes.

Starring Graeme Garden and Eleanor Bron.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

First heard in 2003.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Clive Swift, Graeme Garden, Roger Blake, Neil Innes and Paula Wilcox.

With music from Neil Innes and Ronnie and the Rex.

It's a facelift fracas on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Graeme Garden and Neil Innes. From March 2003.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 2 of 6.

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It's about vengeful parents on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Vengeful parents, school day memories - and an unusual police stop and check...

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Written by Tony Bagley, Julie Baloo, Colin Bostock Smith, Jan Etherington, Graeme Garden, Mike Haskins, Emma Kennedy, Bob Sinfield, David Spicer, Peter Usher, Chris Thompson and Pete Reynolds.

Script Editor: Jed Parsons.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex and Neil Innes.

Producer: Claire Jones

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 2003.

Vengeful parents. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Vengeful parents. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes. From March 2003.

Vengeful parents.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes.

From March 2003.

The sketch show about life, featuring people who have lived a bit.

Starring Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

First heard in 2003.

Starring Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Clive Swift, Roger Blake, Neil Innes and Paula Wilcox.

It's all about vengeful parents on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes. From March 2003.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 3 of 6.

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There's a dinner surprise on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

The sketch show about life featuring people who've lived a bit. Starring Neil Innes.

Dinner surprise. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Neil Innes and John Dowie. From April 2003.

Neil Innes stands in the wings with his ukelele and John Hegley ponders the life of a cat.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

Neil Innes stands in the wings with his ukelele and John Hegley ponders the life of an aged cat.

Sketches and songs

Starring Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Clive Swift, Roger Blake, Neil Innes and Paula Wilcox.

There's a dinner surprise on the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Neil Innes and Paula Wilcox. From April 2003.

Neil Innes stands in the wings with his ukelele and John Hegley ponders the life of an aged cat. Sketches and songs from 2003. Episode 4 of 6.

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There's a timeshare shock in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Time-share shock, home shopping revenge - and the perils of redundancy...

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Written by Nicholas Barber and Glenn Dakin, Mike Coleman, Jan Etherington, Graeme Garden, Mike Haskins, Ged Parsons, Bob Sinfield, Chris Thompson and Pete Reynolds.

Script Editor: Ged Parsons.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex and Neil Innes.

Producer: Claire Jones

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2003.

Time-share shock. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Time-share shock. The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes. From April 2003.

Time-share shock.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes.

From April 2003.

The sketch show about life, featuring people who've lived a bit.

Starring Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden.

starring Eleanor Bron, with Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Music from Ronnie and the Rex.

There's a timeshare shock in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron and Neil Innes. From April 2003.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 5 of 6.

The sketch show about life, featuring people who've lived a bit. From April 2003.

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Star Trek shock. The sketch show for people growing older disgracefully.

Star Trek shock. The sketch show for people growing older disgracefully. Starring Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. From April 2003.

Star Trek shock.

The sketch show for people growing older disgracefully.

Starring Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden.

From April 2003.

The sketch show about life, featuring people who've lived a bit.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

First heard in 2003.

starring Eleanor Bron, with Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Music from Ronnie and the Rex.

There's a Star Trek shock on the sketch show for people growing older disgracefully.

There's a Star Trek shock on the sketch show for people growing older disgracefully. Starring Eleanor Bron and Graeme Garden. From April 2003.

The sketch show about life, featuring people who've lived a bit. From April 2003.

Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. First heard in 2003. Episode 6 of 6.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Star Trek shock, love cheats - and digging deep.

The sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.

Stars Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift, Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox.

Written by Graeme Garden, Mark Brisenden, Mike Barfield, Mike Coleman, Bob Sinfield, Chris Thompson and Pete Reynolds, Colin Bostock-Smith and Simon Roberts.

Script Editor: Ged Parsons.

Music by Ronnie and The Rex and Neil Innes.

Producer: Claire Jones

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2003.

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Reflexology and nudism in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

With Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox, and guest star Arthur Smith and music by Ronnie and the Rex.

Reflexology and nudism in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully. Stars Arthur Smith, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. From July 2004.

4 Extra Debut. Reflexology and nudism in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully. Stars Arthur Smith, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox. From July 2004.

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Vampires and Feng Shui in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully.

Sketch show about modern life for people old enough to know better

Starring Eleanor Bron, with guests and live music from Ronnie Gold and his band, the Rex.

Vampires and Feng Shui in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully. Stars Eleanor Bron and Paula Wilcox. From July 2004.

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Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox

Roman orgies and aged bikers in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully.

Roman orgies and aged bikers in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully. Stars Dudley Sutton. From July 2004.

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Milkman blues and rock DJs in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully.

Milkman blues and rock DJs in the sketch comedy about growing older disgracefully. With Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox. From July 2004.

Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox

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Comic sketches from Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Graeme Garden, Neil Innes, Clive Swift and Paula Wilcox.

First heard in 2003.

Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton, Clive Swift, Paula Wilcox and Barry Cryer

A near-death experience turns out mundane in this sketch comedy about getting on a bit.

A near-death experience turns out mundane in this sketch comedy about getting on a bit. Stars Eleanor Bron. From August 2004.

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A sketch show about modern life, written and performed by people who have lived a bit.

Stars Barry Cryer and Eleanor Bron. From August 2004.

Starring Roger Blake, Eleanor Bron, Dudley Sutton and Paula Wilcox

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