Stop Messing About!

The follow-up series to Round the Horne.

Episodes

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A war time romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

A war time romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

A war time romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

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A wartime romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 2 of 13.

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A wartime romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 2 of 13.

20080504 BT=1930 (BBC7)

A wartime romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 2 of 13.

20080505 BT=0630 (BBC7)

A wartime romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 2 of 13.

20080511 BT=1330 (BBC7)

Be amazed by Marvello the Mind Reader and Wanda! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 3 of 13.

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20080511 BT=1930 (BBC7)

Be amazed by Marvello the Mind Reader and Wanda! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 3 of 13.

20080511 BT=1930 (BBC7)

Be amazed by Marvello the Mind Reader and Wanda! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 3 of 13.

20080512 BT=0630 (BBC7)

Be amazed by Marvello the Mind Reader and Wanda! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969. Episode 3 of 13.

20060823 BT=0800 (BBC7)

Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 13 of 13.

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Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 13 of 13.

20060823 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 13 of 13.

20060823 BT=1900 (BBC7)

Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 13 of 13.

20060705 BT=0800 (BBC7)

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer! First broadcast in 1969.

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Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer! First broadcast in 1969.

20060705 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer! First broadcast in 1969.

20060705 BT=1900 (BBC7)

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer! First broadcast in 1969.

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Kenneth Williams' autobiography is out so he's very keen to show it off to Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

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Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store! Co-starring Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 11 of 13.

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Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store! Co-starring Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 11 of 13.

20060809 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store! Co-starring Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 11 of 13.

20060809 BT=1900 (BBC7)

Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store! Co-starring Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 11 of 13.

20060816 BT=0800 (BBC7)

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 12 of 13.

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Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 12 of 13.

20060816 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 12 of 13.

20060816 BT=1900 (BBC7)

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 12 of 13.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

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The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

20080427 BT=1930 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

20080427 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

20080428 BT=0630 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

20060802 BT=0800 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 10 of 13.

20060802 BT=0800 (BBC7)
20060802 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20060802 BT=1900 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 10 of 13.

20060802 BT=1200 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 10 of 13.

20060802 BT=1900 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 10 of 13.

20060726 BT=0800 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 9 of 13.

20060726 BT=1200 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 9 of 13.

20060726 BT=1900 (BBC7)

The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969. Episode 9 of 13.

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cummings

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLESRUDGEand DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick. Joan Sims

Contributors

Unknown: Mylesrudgeand David Cummings

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick.

Unknown: Joan Sims

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick. Joan Sims

(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick.

Unknown: Joan Sims

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

Produced By: John Simmonds

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700706]

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH Produced by SIMON BRETT

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Produced By: Simon Brett

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick. Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick.

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and myles rudge starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written By: Johnnie Mortimer

Written By: Brian Cooke

Written By: Myles Rudge

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: The Max Harris

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Produced By: John Simmonds

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced bv JOHN SIMMONDS

Broadcast on 18 May (Radio 2)

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Written By: Johnnie Mortimer

Written By: Brian Cooke

Written By: Myles Rudge

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: The Max Harris

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

' If music be the food of love, I'll have a Beethoven Pastoral Symphony sandwich'

' Parenthood is definitely hereditary. If your parents didn'have any children the chances are you won'either '

'I can'play the Trumpet Voluntary, but if I'm forced to I quite enjoy it '

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick. Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer Douglas SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written By: Johnnie Mortimer

Written By: Brian Cooke

Written By: Myles Rudge

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick.

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: The Max Harris

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Produced By: John Simmonds

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER. BRIAN COOKE and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written By: Johnnie Mortimer.

Written By: Brian Cooke

Written By: Myles Rudge

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: The Max Harris

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Produced By: John Simmonds

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Written By: Johnnie Mortimer

Written By: Brian Cooke

Written By: Myles Rudge

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Produced By: John Simmonds

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Genome: |[r4 Bd=19700427]
Genome: |[r4 Bd=19700504]
Genome: |[r4 Bd=19700511]

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cummings

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

Unknown: Max Harris

Produced By: John Simmonds

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A wartime romp and a fairy story are both in store for Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. First broadcast in 1969.

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The follow-up series to Round the Horne, starring Kenneth Williams, with Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

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"Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE , and MYLES RUDGE starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, Douglas Smith

Produced by John Simmonds

Sunday's broadcast

Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims go beyond Round the Horne.

Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims go beyond Round the Horne, with nude announcer Douglas Smith. From April 1969.

The follow up series to Round The Horne kicks off with the first all nude radio show - with a pull-out supplement.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1969."

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starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims

For details see Mon., 8.45 p.m.

A war time romp and a fairy story are both in store.

A dirty wartime romp and the tale of a naughty gnome.

A dirty wartime romp and the tale of a naughty gnome. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From April 1969.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1969.

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE , and MYLES RUDGE starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Repeated: Monday at 8.45 p.m.

Be amazed by Marvello the Mind Reader and Wanda!

Varda Marvello the Mind Reader - and a little bee's tale.

Have a vada at Marvello the Mind Reader, plus a little bee's tale. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From April 1969.

Have a vada at Marvello the Mind Reader, plus a little bee's tale.

Meet Varda Marvello the Mind Reader - and the tale of a little bee.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1969.

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The team look ahead to 2002 with a Space Oddity.

A Space Oddity' and 'Crackerjackanory'.

Movie spoof '2002: A Space Oddity' and 'Crackerjackanory'.

For details see Monday, 8.45 p.m.

Hear those classic movie spoofs 2002: A Space Oddity and Crackerjackanory.

Hear those classic movie spoofs 2002: A Space Oddity and Crackerjackanory. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From April 1969.

Move spoof 2002: A Space Oddity and Crackerjackanory. Stars Kenneth Williams.

Movie spoof '2002 A Space Oddity' and the tale of Florence and The Plumber in 'Crackerjackanory'.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1969.

Movie spoof '2002 A Space Oddity' and the tale of Florence & The Plumber in 'Crackerjackanory'.

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The Restauranteurs are today's menu special!

The Restauranteurs are today's menu special! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

First broadcast in 1969.

The Restaurateurs are today's menu special! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

On the menu - The Restauranteurs and orphan Oliver Stick.

From May 1969.

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

For details see Mon., 8.45 p.m.

On the menu, the Restauranteurs and orphan Oliver Stick. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1969.

On the menu - struggling restauranteurs, Gaston and Jacque - and the tale of orphan Oliver Stick who asks for more...

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1969.

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Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer! First broadcast in 1969.

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are not too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer!

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are none too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition.

Co-stars Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are none too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer.

From May 1969.

Co-stars Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are none too impressed with the Kenneth Williams Exhibition in the foyer. From May 1969.

Co-stars Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims are none too impressed with The Kenneth Williams Exhibition outside in the foyer.

With announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1969.

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Kenneth Williams' autobiography is out so he's very keen to show it off to Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

First broadcast in 1969.

Kenneth Williams tells all in his new book, plus spicy goings on in Mexico.

From May 1969.

With Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

Kenneth Williams tells all in his new book, plus spicy goings on in Mexico. With Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1969.

Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced bv JOHN SIMMONDS

Broadcast on 18 May (Radio 2)

With Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1969.

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE , and MYLES RUDGE starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by John Simmonds

Sunday's broadcast

Will Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims be lining up to join Kenneth Williams' Admiration Club?

Will his co-stars Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims be lining up to join Kenneth Williams' Admiration Club?

The Kenneth Williams admiration club are set to meet, and it's murder in San Francisco.

Kenneth Williams' admirers are set to meet, some nautical polari - and it's murder in San Francisco.

With Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1969.

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Magical revelations from a couple of bona conjurers!

Magical revelations from a couple of bona conjurers! From June 1969.

Magical revelations from a couple of bona conjurers! Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

From June 1969.

Magical revelations from a couple of bona conjurers! Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

The Kenneth Williams Awards and some magical revelations from a couple of bona conjurers!

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

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Bobby and Butch tell all about their Holiday Camp! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

From June 1969.

Bobby and Butch reveal all about their Holiday Camp! Stars Kenneth Williams.

From 1969.

Bobby and Butch reveal all about their Holiday Camp! Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

Bobby and Butch are happy campers, and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.

Bobby and Butch reveal all about their Holiday Camp, and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

Happy campers on holiday - and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

Happy campers - and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.

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Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store!

Kenneth Williams' family tree has a regal surprise in store! Co-starring Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

From June 1969.

A highway robbery romp - and some ancestry one-upmanship.

A highway robbery romp - and some ancestry one-upmanship between Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

A highway robbery romp, and some ancestry one-upmanship between Kenneth, Hugh and Joan.

A highway robbery romp, and some ancestry one-upmanship between Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

The cast indulge in some ancestry one-upmanship - and a highway robbery romp in 'The Adventures Of Dando Tweakshaft'.

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE , and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by John Simmonds

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur!

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Stars Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick.

Rev up with bona racing drivers Ben and Hur! Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

The serialised War Memoirs of Kenneth Williams - and: rev up with bona racing drivers, Ben and Hur!

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

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Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

Problem corner - blast off into space the bona way!

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

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Blast off into space the bona way!

Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

Blast off into space the bona way! Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1969.

Problem corner - blast off into space the bona way!

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his ""Carry On"" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Johnnie Mortimer, Brian Cooke and Myles Rudge

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1969.

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A bijou male voice choir present their bona repertoire.

A bijou male voice choir present their bona repertoire.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER Starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer Douglas Smith

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales)

A bijou male voice choir present their bona repertoire. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From April 1970.

Drink Driving?

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Crackanory, Feeble Fables, and the television industry is exposed in The Smith Report.

Crackanory, Feeble Fables, and the television industry is exposed in The Smith Report.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in April 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick. and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4 -not Scotland or Wales)

The television industry is exposed in The Smith Report.

The television industry is exposed in The Smith Report. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From April 1970.

Stars Kenneth Williams.

From 1970.

Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims.

From April 1970.

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The team investigate travel - does it get you anywhere?

Money worries for Sid and Rita, and the Smith Report investigates travel - does it get you anywhere?

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm. Radio 4 -not Scotland or Wales)

The team investigate travel - does it get you anywhere? Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1970.

Money worries for Sid and Rita, and the Smith Report investigates travel - does it get you anywhere?

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

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A waltz from the bona singers, a lovers' tiff, and does education add up?

A waltz from the bona singers, a lovers' tiff, and does education add up?

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick and Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN simmonds (Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4-not Scotland or Wales)

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)

A waltz from the bona singers, and does education add up?

A waltz from the bona singers, and does education add up? Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1970.

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Two Hell's Angels woo a waitress, and love is in the air in the Smith Report.

Two Hell's Angels woo a waitress, and love is in the air in the Smith Report.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COI.LYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer Douglas Smith

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales)

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLESRUDGEand DAVID CUMMINGS and DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick. Joan Sims

Two Hell's Angels woo a waitress, and love is in the air.

Two Hell's Angels woo a waitress, and love is in the air. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1970.

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A paralytic stuntman, and war prisoners outfox the Nazis.

A paralytic stuntman in a shock Smith Report - and war prisoners outfox the Nazis.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio4-not Scotland or Wales)

A paralytic stuntman, and war prisoners outfox the Nazis. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1970.

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A bona ballet tune, and the criminals' top pop five.

A bona ballet tune, and the criminals' five top pop songs.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in May 1970.

A bona ballet tune, and the criminals' top pop five. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From May 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Contributors

Unknown: Myles Rudge

Unknown: David Cumming

Unknown: Derek Collyer

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddick

Unknown: Joan Sims

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music bv THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer Douglas Smith

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS † (Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm, Radio 4- not Scotland or Wales)

Programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

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A bona ballet tune - and the criminals' top pop five.

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A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is exposed.

A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is fully exposed.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring

Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick and Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer Douglas Smith

Produced by SIMON BRETT and JOHN SIMMONDS

(Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales;

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims

A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is exposed. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

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A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is exposed.

A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is fully exposed.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round the Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.
With the Max Harris Group.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

A cigarette girl's burning lust, and BBC Radio is exposed. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

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Changing the lodger, and is marriage all wedded bliss?

Changing the lodger - and is marriage all wedded bliss?

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by Myles Rudge and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm, Radio 4-not Scotland or Wales)

Changing the lodger, and is marriage all wedded bliss? Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

Frank Sinatra?

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Bona news about a new LP, and who killed Cock Robin?

Bona news about a new LP - and who killed Cock Robin?

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer douglas SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales)

Bona news about a new LP, and who killed Cock Robin? Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

The Smiths?

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A poetic young talent, and the funny business of commerce.

A poetic young talent - and the funny business of commerce.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

A poetic young talent, and the funny business of commerce. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COl ,LYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick. and Joan Sims Music by the MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm, Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales)

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Cycling With No Lights?

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A poetic young talent, and the funny business of commerce.

A poetic young talent - and the funny business of commerce.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COl ,LYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick. and Joan Sims Music by the MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS (Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm, Radio 4 - not Scotland or Wales)

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

A poetic young talent, and the funny business of commerce. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

Cycling With No Lights?

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Snow White gets saucy - and cinema as never seen before.

Smoking In Class?

Snow White gets saucy - and cinema as never seen before.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

Snow White gets saucy, and cinema as never seen before. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH Produced by SIMON BRETT

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Snow White gets saucy, and cinema as never seen before.

Snow White gets saucy - and cinema as never seen before.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his "Carry On" film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1970.

The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , Joan Sims

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH Produced by SIMON BRETT

Snow White gets saucy, and cinema as never seen before. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From June 1970.

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Bona news on the Isle of Man, and it ends with an anthem.

Bona news on the Isle of Man, and it ends with an anthem. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From July 1970.

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Bona news on the Isle of Man, and it ends with an anthem.

Bona news on the Isle of Man - and it all ends with a special anthem.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his 'Carry On' film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in July 1970.

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The first fully computerised butch comedy show programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMINO , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , and Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

(Repeated: Monday 6.15 pm, Radio 4 -not Scotland or Wales)

The first fully computerised butch comedy show

Programmed by MYLES RUDGE and DAVID CUMMING , DEREK COLLYER starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick. Joan Sims Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

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Bona news on the Isle of Man - and it ends with an anthem.

Bona news on the Isle of Man, and it ends with an anthem. Stars Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims. From July 1970.

Bona news on the Isle of Man - and it all ends with a special anthem.

Starring Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sims and announcer, Douglas Smith.

After the unexpected death of Kenneth Horne in 1969, plans for the next series of Round The Horne were axed. Instead - using an old catchphrase of Kenneth Williams as a series title - Kenneth joined Hugh Paddick to continue the comedy tradition and was also reunited with his 'Carry On' film co-star Joan Sims.

Written by Myles Rudge, David Cumming and Derek Collyer.

With the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in July 1970.

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Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

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Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

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Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

' If music be the food of love, I'll have a Beethoven Pastoral Symphony sandwich'

' Parenthood is definitely hereditary. If your parents didn'have any children the chances are you won'either '

'I can'play the Trumpet Voluntary, but if I'm forced to I quite enjoy it '

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER. BRIAN COOKE and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick , Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written by JOHNNIE MORTIMER , BRIAN COOKE ; and MYLES RUDGE starring Kenneth WilliamsHugh Paddick. Joan Sims THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer Douglas SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS