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JOAN BAKEWELL about his life and work. and outspokenly gives his views on a multitude of subjects ranging from education and religion to performing and writing comedy

Adapted for radio from the soundtrack of BBC2's Line-Up

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Unknown: Joan Bakewell

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19700329]
talks to

JOAN BAKEWELL about his life and work. and outspokenly gives his views on a multitude of subjects ranging from education and religion to performing and writing comedy

Adapted for radio from the soundtrack of BBC2's Line-Up

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Bakewell

The Army Show20141222 (BBC7)Spike Milligan's military merrymaking with Barry Humphries and John Bird.
The Army Show20141222 (BBC7)Spike Milligan's military merrymaking with Barry Humphries, John Bluthal, John Bird, Alan Clare, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Phillipe Le Bars. Recorded before an audience of soldiers.

Written by Spike Milligan. Produced by Charles Chilton.

Audio courtesy of The Goon Show Preservation Society

First broadcast on the BBC Home Service in June 1965.

The Army Show1965061620171210 (BBC7)
20171216 (BBC7)
Spike Milligan's military merrymaking with Barry Humphries and John Bird.

Classic one-off shows from the writer, musician, poet, soldier, actor and comedy legend.

The GPO Show20141226 (BBC7)4 Extra Debut. Spike Milligan delivers first-class fun to postmaster general Tony Benn and other Post Office staff. With Bob Todd. From December 1964.
The GPO Show20141226 (BBC7)Spike Milligan delivers first-class fun to postmaster general Tony Benn and other staff.
The Gpo Show1964122520171224 (BBC7)Spike Milligan delivers first class fun to Postmaster General Tony Benn and other staff.

Classic one-off shows from the writer, musician, poet, soldier, actor and comedy legend.

The Naughty Navy Show20141224 (BBC7)Spike Milligan's festive show before a student audience at Greenwich Royal Naval College.
The Naughty Navy Show20141224 (BBC7)Spike Milligan's one-off festive show with John Bird, Bernard Miles, Bob Todd, Phillipe Le Bars, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Alan Clare's Naughty Navy Quartet.

Recorded before an audience of students at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich. By permission of the Admiral President, Rear-Admiral P U. Bayley C.B.D.S.C.

Written by Spike Milligan. Produced by Charles Chilton.

Audio courtesy of The Goon Show Preservation Society.

First broadcast on the BBC Home Service in December 1965.

The Naughty Navy Show20141224 (BBC7)
20141227 (BBC7)
Spike Milligan's festive show before a student audience at Greenwich Royal Naval College.
The Naughty Navy Show1965122520171217 (BBC7)
20201213 (BBC7)
Spike Milligan's one-off festive show with John Bird, Bernard Miles, Bob Todd, Phillipe Le Bars, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Alan Clare's Naughty Navy Quartet.

Recorded before an audience of students at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich. By permission of the Admiral President, Rear-Admiral P U. Bayley C.B.D.S.C.

Written by Spike Milligan. Produced by Charles Chilton.

Audio courtesy of The Goon Show Preservation Society.

First broadcast on the BBC Home Service in December 1965.

Spike Milligan's festive show before a student audience at Greenwich Royal Naval College.

Classic one-off shows from the writer, musician, poet, soldier, actor and comedy legend.