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19970524

A special edition of the satirical revue recorded in front of a studio audience as part of BBC Radio's Music Live 97 festival from Manchester.

With Toby Longworth, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Jon Glover

1997053019970531

Jon Glover, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson take a satirical look at the week's news.

1997060619970607
1997061319970614
1997062019970621
19970621

Jon Glover, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson take a satirical look at the week's news.

1997062719970628

More up-to-the-minute mirth from Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and the team.

1997070419970705

Jon Glover, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson take a satirical look at the week's news.

19970705
1997100319971004

A satirical dissection of the week's news with Jon Glover, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1997101019971011
1997101719971018

Another bite at the ankles of the week's news with Jon Glover, Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1997102419971025

Satirical review of the week's news, with Sally Grace, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1997103119971101
1997110719971108

Satirical review of the week's news, with Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1997111419971115
1997112119971122
1997112819971129
1997120519971206
1997121219971213
1997121919971220

A final satirical review of the week's news, with Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1997122619971227

A Christmas panto special, starring favourite characters from this year's news.

1998010919980110

A satirical review of the week's news.

1998011619980117
1998012319980124
1998013019980131
1998020619980207
1998021319980214
1998022019980221
1998022719980228
1998030619980307

A satirical review of the week's news with Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1998031319980314
1998032019980321

A satirical review of the week's news with Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson

1998032719980328
Programme Catalogue - Details: 01 June 199019900601

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 08 June 1990

Previous in series: 25 May 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, John Baddeley & Sally Grace.

Produced by Diane Messias.

SKETCHES: Pre-sig; Opening Announcement; Torycon 1990; Turn On, Tune In, Write Sketch; Offensive Summer; French Whines With British Beef; Soviet Economics; Education Ad 1; Claws; Education Ad 3; Holiday Deposits; Education Sketch 5; Rebel Yeltsin; It's A Steal; A-Z Of Health; Rough Trade; Closing Announcement

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

01 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

John Cowen (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

George Shera (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Diane Messias (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 February 199019900202

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 09 February 1990

Previous in series: 26 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Sports News; Wot! No Pyjamas; Help The Arrogant; Weightlifter; And Everyday The Paper Boy Brings More; Oh Calcutt!; Left Conversion; Nancy Boy; Over The Parrot, Brian; What's Cooking In The Eastern Bloc?; Send On The Sub; Ogilvy's Getting Married; The Cat; Transylvania 65000; Lawson; Bush Phones Gorby; Burger; Nein, Nein, Nein; Mandela

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Tim Hopkins (Author)

Chris Hoggart (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 February 199019900203

First broadcast on 1990-02-02

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 09 February 1990

Previous in series: 26 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Sports News; Wot! No Pyjamas; Help The Arrogant; Weightlifter; And Everyday The Paper Boy Brings More; Oh Calcutt!; Left Conversion; Nancy Boy; Over The Parrot, Brian; What's Cooking In The Eastern Bloc?; Send On The Sub; Ogilvy's Getting Married; The Cat; Transylvania 65000; Lawson; Bush Phones Gorby; Burger; Nein, Nein, Nein; Mandela

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Tim Hopkins (Author)

Chris Hoggart (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 February 199619960202

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 09 February 1996

Previous in series: 26 January 1996

Broadcast history

02 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 February 199619960203

First broadcast on 1996-02-02

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 09 February 1996

Previous in series: 26 January 1996

Broadcast history

02 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 March 199019900302

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 09 March 1990

Previous in series: 23 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Maggie Pre-Sig 2.

Curse This Bloody Weather 3.

Vox Pop 1 4.

Vox Pop 2 5.

Vox Pop 3 6.

Urrrggghhh 7.

10 Downing St 8.

Vox Pop 4 9.

Vox Pop 5 10.

Vox Pop 6 11.

An English Family Robinson 12.

Vox Pop 7 13.

Just The Ticket 14.

Vox Pop 8 15.

Spare A Copper 16.

Chamorro & Chamorro & Chamorro 17.

Wonderful Life 18.

For Who The Tax Polls 19.

Inhuman Nature 20.

State of the Post-Sig.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mike Coleman (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 March 199019900303

First broadcast on 1990-03-02

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 09 March 1990

Previous in series: 23 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Maggie Pre-Sig 2.

Curse This Bloody Weather 3.

Vox Pop 1 4.

Vox Pop 2 5.

Vox Pop 3 6.

Urrrggghhh 7.

10 Downing St 8.

Vox Pop 4 9.

Vox Pop 5 10.

Vox Pop 6 11.

An English Family Robinson 12.

Vox Pop 7 13.

Just The Ticket 14.

Vox Pop 8 15.

Spare A Copper 16.

Chamorro & Chamorro & Chamorro 17.

Wonderful Life 18.

For Who The Tax Polls 19.

Inhuman Nature 20.

State of the Post-Sig.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mike Coleman (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 November 199019901102

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 09 November 1990

Previous in series: 26 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Vox Pops - British 2.

British Gas 3.

It's A Dog's Life 4.

The Sun Sez 5.

Thomas the Pile of Metaphors 6.

Restaurant 7.

Newsreel 8.

Take the Money and Run 9.

Vox Pops - UK 10.

Weather or Not 11.

Return of the Native 12.

Bored Game 13.

Mission Impossible 14.

Return of the Native II 15.

Prejudicial Conflict Scenario Type Situation 16.

War Timetable 17.

Return of the Native III 18.

Boring Sketch 19.

War Timetable II 20.

Return of the Native IV 21.

Papathogenesis 22.

It's My Party

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

John Cowen (Author)

P Matthews (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Ronnie Allen (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 November 199019901103

First broadcast on 1990-11-02

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 09 November 1990

Previous in series: 26 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Vox Pops - British 2.

British Gas 3.

It's A Dog's Life 4.

The Sun Sez 5.

Thomas the Pile of Metaphors 6.

Restaurant 7.

Newsreel 8.

Take the Money and Run 9.

Vox Pops - UK 10.

Weather or Not 11.

Return of the Native 12.

Bored Game 13.

Mission Impossible 14.

Return of the Native II 15.

Prejudicial Conflict Scenario Type Situation 16.

War Timetable 17.

Return of the Native III 18.

Boring Sketch 19.

War Timetable II 20.

Return of the Native IV 21.

Papathogenesis 22.

It's My Party

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

02 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

03 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

John Cowen (Author)

P Matthews (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Ronnie Allen (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 February 199519950204

First broadcast on 1995-02-03

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 10 February 1995

Previous in series: 28 January 1995

Description

Satirical look back at the weeks events.

Starring Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Kevin Eldon, Debbie STEPHENSON.

Producer Jane BERTHOUD.

1)Intro 2)Dr Dr 3)Bongs 1 4)Bonnie & Ethal 5)Blair 6)Silent movie 7)Gladiators on drugs 8)Education funding maths lesson 9)Rebels at relate 10)Bongs 2 11)The young blunderer 12)Toronto blessing 13)Smoke/screen 14)Clause IV 15)Education cuts 2 16)Treat yourself 17)Pun-man 18)Bongs 3 19)John Major sings

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Feb 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

04 Feb 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Dave Lamb (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Ben Ward (Author)

Ivan Shakespeare (Author)

Kevin Eldon (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Littlefield (Author)

Felix Riley (Author)

Kay Stonham (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

John Finch (Author)

Simon Hardeman (Author)

Alan Francis (Author)

Gordon Southern (Author)

Jim Bond (Author)

Mike Hayley (Author)

Fay Dickinson (Author)

Graham Lowell (Author)

Les Bown (Author)

John Hoyle (Author)

Mintey (Author)

Melonenema (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Debbie Stephenson (ent)

Jane Berthoud (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 May 199019900505

First broadcast on 1990-05-04

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 11 May 1990

Previous in series: 27 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Royce Mills & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Councils Quickie; The Greasy Poll; Kremlin Gremlin; Norway Out; Speech Defect; King; Hound Of The Baskervilles; Small Revolutions (1); Small Revolutions (2); As Easy As ANC; Lock And Loll; Dead; Just Waite A Bit; Mayday Mistake; Poles Apart; Small Revolutions (3)

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

04 May 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

05 May 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 January 199019900105

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 12 January 1990

Previous in series: MAGGIE'S TEN YEAR TURKEY

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

New Year 2.

What's My Whine 3.

P-P-Pick Up A Pravda 4.

Bushwhacked 2 5.

The Norman Retreat 6.

Gorby Gorby Hallelujah 7.

Hornby Or Not Hornby 8.

Run DM Runcie 9.

Premium Bond 10.

Waiting For Beckett 11.

Min Ag & Lie 12.

Tramps 13.

Viewpoint With Angus Macleish 14.

Out of Work 15.

Noriega Post Sig 16.

Please Miss, Lissa Evans Keeps Hitting Me

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

05 Jan 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Mark Burton (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Alan Hay (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Robin Linford (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 January 199619960105

Producer: J.

CLEGG

Next in series: 12 January 1996

Previous in series: 22 December 1995

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

Producer Jo CLEGG.

No further details available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

05 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

06 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jo Clegg (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 January 199619960106

First broadcast on 1996-01-05

Producer: J.

CLEGG

Next in series: 12 January 1996

Previous in series: 22 December 1995

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

Producer Jo CLEGG.

No further details available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

05 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

06 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jo Clegg (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 October 199019901005

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 12 October 1990

Previous in series: 28 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Neil CAPLE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Rambling On 2.

Countdown One 3.

Dolphin Friendly Tuna 4.

Ruby Murray 5.

Reducing the Role of the Monarchy 6.

Benazir Bhutto 7.

Have Crompon, Will Travel 8.

Countdown Two 9.

Legal Aids 10.

First Time Bayeux 11.

Countdown Three 12.

Opinion Polls 13.

Arnold The Sketch 14.

Pink and Hard Labour 15.

Countdown Four 16.

Julian and Pete 17.

East Germany 18.

Turtle on Heroin 19.

Post Countdown One 20.

Paddy Shootdown 21.

Post Countdown Two 22.

Listen To Children Week 23.

Something For Uncle Sam 24.

A Nice Man 25.

Post Countdown Three 26.

Balancing Act

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

05 Oct 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

06 Oct 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Paul Johnston (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Robert Platt (Author)

Stephen Johnston (Author)

Iain Black (Author)

Ray Frenshaw (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 05 October 199019901006

First broadcast on 1990-10-05

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 12 October 1990

Previous in series: 28 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Neil CAPLE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Rambling On 2.

Countdown One 3.

Dolphin Friendly Tuna 4.

Ruby Murray 5.

Reducing the Role of the Monarchy 6.

Benazir Bhutto 7.

Have Crompon, Will Travel 8.

Countdown Two 9.

Legal Aids 10.

First Time Bayeux 11.

Countdown Three 12.

Opinion Polls 13.

Arnold The Sketch 14.

Pink and Hard Labour 15.

Countdown Four 16.

Julian and Pete 17.

East Germany 18.

Turtle on Heroin 19.

Post Countdown One 20.

Paddy Shootdown 21.

Post Countdown Two 22.

Listen To Children Week 23.

Something For Uncle Sam 24.

A Nice Man 25.

Post Countdown Three 26.

Balancing Act

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

05 Oct 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

06 Oct 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Paul Johnston (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Robert Platt (Author)

Stephen Johnston (Author)

Iain Black (Author)

Ray Frenshaw (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 06 April 199019900406

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 20 April 1990

Previous in series: 30 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Chris Emmett, Royce Mills, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: More Losers Than Winners; Keyhole; Frankensketch; Smashing Quickie; NF Advert; I Blame Labour; The China Syndrome; Strange Way Of Thinking; Venal Renal; Zulu Something To Me; Two For One; Let's Get Aid; Gas Attack; It's A Jungle Out There; The Quickie's To Blame; Labour Post-sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

06 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

07 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Chris Emmett (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 06 April 199019900407

First broadcast on 1990-04-06

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 20 April 1990

Previous in series: 30 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Chris Emmett, Royce Mills, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: More Losers Than Winners; Keyhole; Frankensketch; Smashing Quickie; NF Advert; I Blame Labour; The China Syndrome; Strange Way Of Thinking; Venal Renal; Zulu Something To Me; Two For One; Let's Get Aid; Gas Attack; It's A Jungle Out There; The Quickie's To Blame; Labour Post-sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

06 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

07 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Chris Emmett (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 07 December 199019901207

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 14 December 1990

Previous in series: 30 November 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Alastair MCGOWAN.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Food For Thought 2.

Pledgathon I 3.

Norwich Gaol Breakout 4.

Radio Troubleshooters I 5.

Pledgathon II 6.

The Facts of Life 7.

The Tory Tribe 8.

Radio Troubleshooters II 9.

Pledgathon III 10.

Butter Mountains 11.

1000 Island Dressing Down 12.

Bills, Bills, Bills 13.

Radio Troubleshooters III 14.

Keep Calm 15.

Iraq/Munich 16.

Mr Benn 17.

Poser 18.

Relocation I 19.

Radio Troubleshooters IV 20.

Relocation II 21.

Sonia Sutcliffe 22.

Coronation Street 23.

Count Your Change 24.

Radio Troubleshooters V 25.

To Borldly Go 26.

Radio Troubleshooters VI 27.

Newslines 28.

Archers

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Dec 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Roderick Millar (Author)

Fraser Steele (Author)

Mark Breckon (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 08 June 199019900608

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 15 June 1990

Previous in series: 01 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: BSE Gets Tacky; Beef Encounter; South Africa Sketch; I Remember It Well; Baron Arguments; The Tourist And The Fisherman; Orange Alert; It's There; A Quick Cantuar; A Room Of One's Owen; Mugging Sketch; Make Death Threats Not War; Doing Hard Summons

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

08 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

09 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Alan Stafford (Author)

John Random (Author)

Bridget Leathley (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Rupert Marks (Author)

G Guinness (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 08 June 199019900609

First broadcast on 1990-06-08

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 15 June 1990

Previous in series: 01 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: BSE Gets Tacky; Beef Encounter; South Africa Sketch; I Remember It Well; Baron Arguments; The Tourist And The Fisherman; Orange Alert; It's There; A Quick Cantuar; A Room Of One's Owen; Mugging Sketch; Make Death Threats Not War; Doing Hard Summons

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

08 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

09 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Alan Stafford (Author)

John Random (Author)

Bridget Leathley (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Rupert Marks (Author)

G Guinness (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 February 199019900209

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 16 February 1990

Previous in series: 02 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: A Blank Piece Of Paper; Innocent Royal Woman; Goodbye Mr Chip; The Bill & Benn; Quit Stalin; New Stamp; End Of The Line; British Debt Crisis; Liebstod; Carry On With Lots Of Appalling Double Entendres; Reagan's Comeback; Safe In Our Hands; Townshipping Forecast

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Rick Freeman (Author)

Richard Addison (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 February 199019900210

First broadcast on 1990-02-09

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 16 February 1990

Previous in series: 02 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: A Blank Piece Of Paper; Innocent Royal Woman; Goodbye Mr Chip; The Bill & Benn; Quit Stalin; New Stamp; End Of The Line; British Debt Crisis; Liebstod; Carry On With Lots Of Appalling Double Entendres; Reagan's Comeback; Safe In Our Hands; Townshipping Forecast

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Rick Freeman (Author)

Richard Addison (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 February 199619960209

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 16 February 1996

Previous in series: 02 February 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth & Jeffrey Holland.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No details of sketches available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Jeffrey Holland (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 February 199619960210

First broadcast on 1996-02-09

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 16 February 1996

Previous in series: 02 February 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth & Jeffrey Holland.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No details of sketches available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Jeffrey Holland (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 March 199019900309

Producer: WILLIAM

Next in series: 16 March 1990

Previous in series: 02 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Presig; Rise And Fall; Queen's Gambit; Pooper Scooper; Robbing Hood; Howe Now Browne Howls; They Came From My Typewriter; HMLHK; Fatcher Out; Media Halfway; The Right Writes

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Ian Middleton (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer)

Recorded on 1980-03-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 March 199019900310

First broadcast on 1990-03-09

Producer: WILLIAM

Next in series: 16 March 1990

Previous in series: 02 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Presig; Rise And Fall; Queen's Gambit; Pooper Scooper; Robbing Hood; Howe Now Browne Howls; They Came From My Typewriter; HMLHK; Fatcher Out; Media Halfway; The Right Writes

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

10 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Ian Middleton (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer)

Recorded on 1980-03-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 November 199019901109

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 16 November 1990

Previous in series: 02 November 1990

Description

A satirical swip at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Ian ASHPITEL.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Opening Announcements 3.

First Sketch 4.

Anneka Rice 1 5.

The Old Ones 6.

Poll Tax 7.

Anneka Rice 2 8.

Lack of Porpoise 9.

Terry Marsh Witness 10.

Satirical Sketch About the Soviet Army 11.

Terry Marsh 12.

Anneka Rice 3 13.

Repeat Intro 14.

Heseltine Repeat 15.

The Queen's Speech Defect 16.

Anneka Rice 4 17.

Smoke Ads on BBC 18.

OAP Drugs 19.

Russell of Tiny Feet 20.

Papal Bullets 21.

Jonathan Ross 22.

Ashdowne 23.

Hostage Tapes 24.

Post Sig 25.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Nov 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

10 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 November 199019901110

First broadcast on 1990-11-09

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 16 November 1990

Previous in series: 02 November 1990

Description

A satirical swip at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Ian ASHPITEL.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Opening Announcements 3.

First Sketch 4.

Anneka Rice 1 5.

The Old Ones 6.

Poll Tax 7.

Anneka Rice 2 8.

Lack of Porpoise 9.

Terry Marsh Witness 10.

Satirical Sketch About the Soviet Army 11.

Terry Marsh 12.

Anneka Rice 3 13.

Repeat Intro 14.

Heseltine Repeat 15.

The Queen's Speech Defect 16.

Anneka Rice 4 17.

Smoke Ads on BBC 18.

OAP Drugs 19.

Russell of Tiny Feet 20.

Papal Bullets 21.

Jonathan Ross 22.

Ashdowne 23.

Hostage Tapes 24.

Post Sig 25.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Nov 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

10 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 10 February 199519950211

First broadcast on 1995-02-10

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 17 February 1995

Previous in series: 03 February 1995

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Geoff BOYZ & Ronnie Ancona.

Produced by Jane BERTHOUD.

SKETCHES: Major Double Entendre; Cow Compensation; Darts; Fish And Chips; Panorama; Pun-Man On Prisons; Tea And Sympathy; Mark Thatcher; Outdated Med- ical Practices; Army Horses; US/Chinese Trade War; Lords Bribes; BBC Visitors Centre; Newspapers; Magic Eye; British Water; Pun-Man; Ground Control To Major Major; Paxman/Birt Conversation; Western Aid To Third World; Race To The Right; Our Father; Fat Survey; Space; DJ Resigns; UN Committee; Allan Stewarts Sings; Tea & Sympathy

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

10 Feb 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

11 Feb 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Dave Lamb (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Ben Ward (Author)

Nick Hildred (Author)

Simon Littlefield (Author)

Felix Riley (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

John Finch (Author)

Lee Barnett (Author)

Ben Silburn (Author)

Lee Hurst (Author)

Fay Dickinson (Author)

Barbara Kearns (Author)

Lydia Rivlin (Author)

Andrew Hillier (Author)

Dominic Streatfield-James (Author)

Russell Colley (Author)

Rachel Godfrey (Author)

Jeremy Brookes (Author)

Michael Nursey (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Ronnie Ancona (ent)

Geoff Boyz (ent)

Jane Berthoud (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 January 199019900113

First broadcast on 1990-01-12

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 19 January 1990

Previous in series: 05 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Lawley Pre Sig 2.

At Home With The Clarkes 3.

We Are TheMasters Now 4.

Rights You Are Then 5.

Fucking Fe rgie 6.

Testing Times 7.

Ron Brown's Schooldays 8.

Sammy & Jake Get Fade 9.

Dave Allen10.

Viewpoint 11.

Lord Ad M ercy 12.

Don't Shoot Until You See The Lights Of Their Eyes 13.

Friesian Punk 14.

Lawley Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

13 Jan 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Mark Brisenden (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Philip Afshar (Author)

Martin Curtis-Brown (Author)

Dennis Walker (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 January 199619960112

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 19 January 1996

Previous in series: 05 January 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No further details available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

12 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

13 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 January 199619960113

First broadcast on 1996-01-12

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 19 January 1996

Previous in series: 05 January 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No further details available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

12 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

13 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 October 199019901012

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 19 October 1990

Previous in series: 05 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Neil CAPLE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Bakerlite Wireless 2.

Antarctic WI Runner 3.

Waddington Games 4.

Indirect Inquiry 5.

Gareth Hunt Drinks Instant Tea 6.

Antarctic WI Runner 7.

A Present From Israel 8.

Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones 9.

Hearing Aids 10.

Cormorants Are My Favourite Fruit 11.

Antarctic WI Runner 12.

Mild Currie 13.

Cecil 14.

Rail Lnk for Scots 15.

Talking Timetable 16.

Chunnel Piss Up In A Brewery 17.

Charles Dickens Might Be An Orange 18.

The Meaning of Erm 19.

The Numbers Game 20.

Hubble Trouble, Seeing Double 21.

Face It 22.

Time Gentlmen

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

12 Oct 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 December 199019901214

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 21 December 1990

Previous in series: 07 December 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, DAvid TATE, Sally Grace and Alastair MCGOWAN.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Snow Joke 3.

European Army Rapid Reaction 4.

Nuclear Incapability 5.

Teacher 6.

John Major 7.

Rushdie/Xmas 8.

Tirana-Saurus on Telly 9.

Gouldie and Hatters 10.

Albania 11.

Lecky Shares 12.

Cagey Bastards 13.

Arctic Role 14.

Yorkshire Rapper 15.

Cucumber Crime 16.

Birmingham Six Appeal 17.

In Two Minds 18.

Call Nick Ross 19.

Air Vent 20.

Ian McGaskill 21.

A Tad Flippant 22.

Police Warnings 23.

South Bank Show 24.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

15 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Judi Herman (Author)

Russell Weighton (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 December 199019901215

First broadcast on 1990-12-14

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 21 December 1990

Previous in series: 07 December 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, DAvid TATE, Sally Grace and Alastair MCGOWAN.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Snow Joke 3.

European Army Rapid Reaction 4.

Nuclear Incapability 5.

Teacher 6.

John Major 7.

Rushdie/Xmas 8.

Tirana-Saurus on Telly 9.

Gouldie and Hatters 10.

Albania 11.

Lecky Shares 12.

Cagey Bastards 13.

Arctic Role 14.

Yorkshire Rapper 15.

Cucumber Crime 16.

Birmingham Six Appeal 17.

In Two Minds 18.

Call Nick Ross 19.

Air Vent 20.

Ian McGaskill 21.

A Tad Flippant 22.

Police Warnings 23.

South Bank Show 24.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

15 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Judi Herman (Author)

Russell Weighton (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 September 199019900914

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 21 September 1990

Previous in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Alistair Mcgowan.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Victor Kiam/Saddam Hussein 3.

Giving It All Away 4.

Iraqi Oil Offer 5.

Gulf Trainer 6.

Julian Dutton 7.

Mutton Jeff 8.

War Effort 9.

Saddam/Adolf 10.

The Debate Debate 11.

How To Get Hanged 12.

Arthur Scargill 13.

Monies Missing 14.

Satanism In Rochdale 15.

Sheep Recipe 16.

Derby Go Slow 17.

IRA 18.

Naff Pun on 'Rambo' 19.

Runcie Condemnation 20.

Waitewatchers 21.

Branson - Wanker 22.

Doctor 23.

Kendall in the Wind 24.

Sheep 25.

United Germany

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Sep 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

15 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Fraser Steel (Author)

Richard Platt (Author)

John Random (Author)

Richard Matthews (Author)

Tim Maloney (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Francis Beckett (Author)

Mark Green (Author)

David Fine (Author)

Alexander Gleason (Author)

Miles Matthews (Author)

Christopher Madigan (Author)

J Marc (Author)

Geoffrey Sleight (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 September 199019900915

First broadcast on 1990-09-14

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 21 September 1990

Previous in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Alistair Mcgowan.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

Victor Kiam/Saddam Hussein 3.

Giving It All Away 4.

Iraqi Oil Offer 5.

Gulf Trainer 6.

Julian Dutton 7.

Mutton Jeff 8.

War Effort 9.

Saddam/Adolf 10.

The Debate Debate 11.

How To Get Hanged 12.

Arthur Scargill 13.

Monies Missing 14.

Satanism In Rochdale 15.

Sheep Recipe 16.

Derby Go Slow 17.

IRA 18.

Naff Pun on 'Rambo' 19.

Runcie Condemnation 20.

Waitewatchers 21.

Branson - Wanker 22.

Doctor 23.

Kendall in the Wind 24.

Sheep 25.

United Germany

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Sep 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

15 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Fraser Steel (Author)

Richard Platt (Author)

John Random (Author)

Richard Matthews (Author)

Tim Maloney (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Les Fletcher (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Francis Beckett (Author)

Mark Green (Author)

David Fine (Author)

Alexander Gleason (Author)

Miles Matthews (Author)

Christopher Madigan (Author)

J Marc (Author)

Geoffrey Sleight (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 June 199019900615

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 22 June 1990

Previous in series: 08 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Pill Ann Iversary; Give Us A Clue; Animal Tragic; Tippex Sketch; Where There's A Will There's A Hay; Railway Children; Plan Bang; Olyve Crude Oil; Another Fine Mess; Defective Goods; Manic Peter Snow Sketch; Di Quickie; Football Post-sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

15 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

16 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Random (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

David Paul (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 June 199019900616

First broadcast on 1990-06-15

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 22 June 1990

Previous in series: 08 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Pill Ann Iversary; Give Us A Clue; Animal Tragic; Tippex Sketch; Where There's A Will There's A Hay; Railway Children; Plan Bang; Olyve Crude Oil; Another Fine Mess; Defective Goods; Manic Peter Snow Sketch; Di Quickie; Football Post-sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

15 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

16 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Random (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

David Paul (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 February 199019900216

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 23 February 1990

Previous in series: 09 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Rand-Aid; Tadzhiki Surprise; Weather Report; Mike Gatting Used To Be...; Lies, Damned Lies...; Perrier; Fergie's Diary; Perrier; No 10 Soweto Street; Paying In Slips; Trumped; Goody Gummerboots; Holy Advert; Interest Rates; Blanched In Terror; The Road To Freedom; Falklands

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

16 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Fay Dickinson (Author)

Sari Bodi (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 February 199619960216

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 23 February 1996

Previous in series: 09 February 1996

Broadcast history

16 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 February 199619960217

First broadcast on 1996-02-16

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 23 February 1996

Previous in series: 09 February 1996

Broadcast history

16 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Feb 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 March 199019900316

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 23 March 1990

Previous in series: 09 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Presig; Middle Aged Pretender; Watching The Detectives; Poll Tax; Surbiton Riots; The Song remains The Seim; Reaching The Prats That Others Don't Reach; Safe In Our Hands; A Statement From Forest; Train; Linfo, My Man; Bullshit Not Bullets; Singalongneilandroy; Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

16 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 March 199019900317

First broadcast on 1990-03-16

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 23 March 1990

Previous in series: 09 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Presig; Middle Aged Pretender; Watching The Detectives; Poll Tax; Surbiton Riots; The Song remains The Seim; Reaching The Prats That Others Don't Reach; Safe In Our Hands; A Statement From Forest; Train; Linfo, My Man; Bullshit Not Bullets; Singalongneilandroy; Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

16 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 November 199019901116

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 23 November 1990

Previous in series: 09 November 1990

Description

SBH:An edition of the satirical sketch show based on the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & Ian Ashpitel.

With sketches about the Tory Leadership Election (incl.

Sally Grace mourning the possible loss of Mrs Thatcher), Geoffrey Howe, Saddam Hussein, George Bush and the Gulf War, Mikhail Gorbachev & Boris Yeltsin, Prince Charles in Japan, the National Curriculum.

Producer: Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

16 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Alan Moss (Author)

Peter Roache (Author)

Gill Wake (Author)

Howard Matthew (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 673282.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 November 199019901117

First broadcast on 1990-11-16

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 23 November 1990

Previous in series: 09 November 1990

Description

SBH:An edition of the satirical sketch show based on the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & Ian Ashpitel.

With sketches about the Tory Leadership Election (incl.

Sally Grace mourning the possible loss of Mrs Thatcher), Geoffrey Howe, Saddam Hussein, George Bush and the Gulf War, Mikhail Gorbachev & Boris Yeltsin, Prince Charles in Japan, the National Curriculum.

Producer: Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

16 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

17 Nov 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Alan Moss (Author)

Peter Roache (Author)

Gill Wake (Author)

Howard Matthew (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 673282.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 January 199019900119

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 26 January 1990

Previous in series: 12 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Debt Wish 2.

That's Libel 3.

Don't Mess With The SAS 4.

Wogan 5.

Wogan Ad 6.

All Over Bar The Xhia-Ping 7.

Bucolic Boutique 8.

Sally Grace 9.

Sally Talks To Herself 10.

Breathtaking 11.

Tebbit 12.

Nice & Sleazy 13.

All Our Troubles Seemed So Far Away 14.

Gatting Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

19 Jan 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

20 Jan 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Sidney Jacobs (Author)

John Paye (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 January 199019900120

First broadcast on 1990-01-19

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 26 January 1990

Previous in series: 12 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Debt Wish 2.

That's Libel 3.

Don't Mess With The SAS 4.

Wogan 5.

Wogan Ad 6.

All Over Bar The Xhia-Ping 7.

Bucolic Boutique 8.

Sally Grace 9.

Sally Talks To Herself 10.

Breathtaking 11.

Tebbit 12.

Nice & Sleazy 13.

All Our Troubles Seemed So Far Away 14.

Gatting Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

19 Jan 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

20 Jan 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Sidney Jacobs (Author)

John Paye (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 January 199619960119

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 26 January 1996

Previous in series: 12 January 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Peter Goodwright & Lewis Macleod.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No details of sketches available.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

19 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Peter Goodwright (ent)

Lewis Macleod (ent)

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 October 199019901019

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 26 October 1990

Previous in series: 12 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Hi There 2.

Hi There II 3.

ITN Our Tune 4.

Edward Heath 5.

Skim off the Cream 6.

Ramadan A Ding Dong 7.

Convoy! 8.

Lenny's Story 9.

Full Colour Jacket 10.

P-P-P Pick Up A Penguin 11.

Old Favourites 12.

Cormorant 13.

The 18th Mole 14.

Little Mac 15.

Staples 16.

Problem Page 17.

Our Tune 18.

I.T.

Ending 19.

Whose Door Is It Anyway? 20.

The Queen's Laundry 21.

ITN 22.

Post Sig 23.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

19 Oct 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

Judi Herman (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Diane Messias (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990050419900504

04 May 1990

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 11 May 1990

Previous in series: 27 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Royce Mills & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Councils Quickie; The Greasy Poll; Kremlin Gremlin; Norway Out; Speech Defect; King; Hound Of The Baskervilles; Small Revolutions (1); Small Revolutions (2); As Easy As ANC; Lock And Loll; Dead; Just Waite A Bit; Mayday Mistake; Poles Apart; Small Revolutions (3)

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

04 May 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

05 May 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990051119900511

11 May 1990

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 18 May 1990

Previous in series: 04 May 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Royce Mills & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Opening Announcement; 071 For London; Gorbilocks; The 'Spot The ICI Pun' Sketch; Very Short Title; The Witch Report; It Really Is...Appealing; Mts P And Mrs T; Gorbie; East Side West Side Story; Inform, Entertain Or Accumulate; Advert; The European; There's Snow Business Like...

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

11 May 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

John Machin (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Sari Bodi (Author)

G Guinness (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990051819900518

18 May 1990

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 25 May 1990

Previous in series: 11 May 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: A Kick Up The Arias; Where's The Beef; Beastly Farm; Am-Bushed; The Sun Shines Quickie; Sky College Oxford; Speaker - Fashion Show; Political Farce; Dick; Summer Shuffle; Pyramid Selling; Hip Operation; Ted Hughes; All A-Gogh; Beefburger Quickie

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

18 May 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

John Random (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Rick Freeman (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990052519900525

25 May 1990

Producer: D.

MESSIAS

Next in series: 01 June 1990

Previous in series: 18 May 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Royce Mills & Sally Grace.

Produced by Diane Messias.

SKETCHES: Hot Air; Gummer Gummer Chameleon; It'll Be Alright On The Night; Labour Party Pains; Chas Runner; The Volga Vote Song Part 1; The Volga Vote Song Part 2; Chas Runner Two; Preaching To The Converted; Ravenscraig Close; Fergie The Little Filcher; Dud's Army; Dunkirk Spirit; Scargy Quickie; Catch 22; Red Alert; Chas Runner Three; Bad Pet Quickie

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

25 May 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

John Random (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

P Matthews (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Diane Messias (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 April 199019900420

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 27 April 1990

Previous in series: 06 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Jon Glover, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Harry Thompson.

SKETCHES: Down The Tube; Iraqui Trousers; Sun Sketch; Prizoon; Strangeways; Cock-Steady Eddie I; Computer Quickie; We All Agree; Kinnock, Whose There; Beating About The Bush; Cock-Steady Eddie II; Pit Stop; Don't Be A Nut; Cock-Steady Eddie III; Not Guilty; Lithuania; Lith; Knavish Tricks; Foreign Office In-Action; Hong Kong Very Quickie; Inflation; Greta Garbage; Cock-Steady Eddie IV

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

21 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Stuart Lee (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

P Matthews (Author)

David Wolstencroft (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Harry Thompson (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 April 199019900421

First broadcast on 1990-04-20

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 27 April 1990

Previous in series: 06 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Jon Glover, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Harry Thompson.

SKETCHES: Down The Tube; Iraqui Trousers; Sun Sketch; Prizoon; Strangeways; Cock-Steady Eddie I; Computer Quickie; We All Agree; Kinnock, Whose There; Beating About The Bush; Cock-Steady Eddie II; Pit Stop; Don't Be A Nut; Cock-Steady Eddie III; Not Guilty; Lithuania; Lith; Knavish Tricks; Foreign Office In-Action; Hong Kong Very Quickie; Inflation; Greta Garbage; Cock-Steady Eddie IV

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

21 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Stuart Lee (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

P Matthews (Author)

David Wolstencroft (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Harry Thompson (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 January 199519950121

First broadcast on 1995-01-20

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 28 January 1995

Previous in series: 13 January 1995

Description

Weekly satire sketch show starring Sally Grace, Jeffery HOLLAND & Toby Longworth.

Produced by Jane BERTHOUD

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Jan 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

21 Jan 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Jeffrey Holland (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Jane Berthoud (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 December 199019901221

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: YEAR ENDING

Previous in series: 14 December 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Susie BLAKE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Robin Hood 2.

The Addict 3.

Gulf OAP Version 3 4.

Egoiste! 5.

Gouldie And Hatters 6.

Eddy's Farewell 7.

Baynham's Last Sketch 8.

Kirk's Christmas 9.

Festive Diversion 10.

Deja Vu Over Kill 11.

Gallows Humour 12.

A Joke With No FX In It 13.

Capital Punishment 14.

15 Sado-Masochists Sentenced 15.

I'll String Along With You 16.

Perfume Ad 17.

The Listener Corner 18.

Slightly Pulled Back 19.

Eternity 20.

John Major is Relatively Inexperienced 21.

This One Has Lots of FX In Ha, Ha 22.

Hang 'Em 23.

Stamps 24.

Heinz Baby Food Man Convicted 25.

What the Dickens 26.

Gulf Sketch 27.

Topical Three Kings Lampoon

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

21 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

22 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

John Machin (Author)

John Cowen (Author)

Iain Pattinosn (Author)

Caroline Page (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Susie Blake (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 December 199019901222

First broadcast on 1990-12-21

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: YEAR ENDING

Previous in series: 14 December 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Susie BLAKE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Robin Hood 2.

The Addict 3.

Gulf OAP Version 3 4.

Egoiste! 5.

Gouldie And Hatters 6.

Eddy's Farewell 7.

Baynham's Last Sketch 8.

Kirk's Christmas 9.

Festive Diversion 10.

Deja Vu Over Kill 11.

Gallows Humour 12.

A Joke With No FX In It 13.

Capital Punishment 14.

15 Sado-Masochists Sentenced 15.

I'll String Along With You 16.

Perfume Ad 17.

The Listener Corner 18.

Slightly Pulled Back 19.

Eternity 20.

John Major is Relatively Inexperienced 21.

This One Has Lots of FX In Ha, Ha 22.

Hang 'Em 23.

Stamps 24.

Heinz Baby Food Man Convicted 25.

What the Dickens 26.

Gulf Sketch 27.

Topical Three Kings Lampoon

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

21 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

22 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

John Machin (Author)

John Cowen (Author)

Iain Pattinosn (Author)

Caroline Page (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Susie Blake (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 September 199019900921

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 28 September 1990

Previous in series: 14 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Alistair Mcgowan.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

The Libereal Democrat's Conference 3.

The Man From Atlanta 4.

Crude Racket 5.

John Major's Overdraft 6.

Corn Circles 7.

Bird of a Feather 8.

Gazza 9.

Top Secret 10.

Poll Tax 11.

UN-Attaches 12.

Saddam Hussein 13.

Bush on Iraqi TV 14.

Postman Saddam 15.

These You Have Loved 16.

Soft Targets 17.

These You Have Loved 18.

Big Issues 19.

The Final Curtain 20.

I'm Oleh - Fly Me 21.

Steve Cram Speeding 22.

The Final Curtain 23.

Mission Quite Tricky 24.

One Hundred Great Paintings 25.

PM Retirement Bids 26.

Clause Back 27.

Chanel Sketch

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

21 Sep 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

22 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

Fraser Steel (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Paul Clarke (Author)

Richard Bean (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Michael Dynan (Author)

Mark Orford (Author)

Nigel Hooton (Author)

Miles Matthews (Author)

Alan Valentine (Author)

Christopher Madigan (Author)

Michael Hammerstone (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 September 199019900922

First broadcast on 1990-09-21

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 28 September 1990

Previous in series: 14 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Alistair Mcgowan.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Pre-Sig 2.

The Libereal Democrat's Conference 3.

The Man From Atlanta 4.

Crude Racket 5.

John Major's Overdraft 6.

Corn Circles 7.

Bird of a Feather 8.

Gazza 9.

Top Secret 10.

Poll Tax 11.

UN-Attaches 12.

Saddam Hussein 13.

Bush on Iraqi TV 14.

Postman Saddam 15.

These You Have Loved 16.

Soft Targets 17.

These You Have Loved 18.

Big Issues 19.

The Final Curtain 20.

I'm Oleh - Fly Me 21.

Steve Cram Speeding 22.

The Final Curtain 23.

Mission Quite Tricky 24.

One Hundred Great Paintings 25.

PM Retirement Bids 26.

Clause Back 27.

Chanel Sketch

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

21 Sep 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

22 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

Fraser Steel (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Paul Clarke (Author)

Richard Bean (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Michael Dynan (Author)

Mark Orford (Author)

Nigel Hooton (Author)

Miles Matthews (Author)

Alan Valentine (Author)

Christopher Madigan (Author)

Michael Hammerstone (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Alistair Mcgowan (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 June 199019900622

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 29 June 1990

Previous in series: 15 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: No Better Undead Than Read; Dig It; Ascot Sketch; The Best Form Of Defence; French Hissing; Help...No, On Second Thoughts; 14 Out Of 15 Basic Rate Taxpayers; Hither And Zither; I'm Mandela Fly Me; Eurocops; PC And Love; The Belly Button Did It; Buffy And Todger Ride Again; BBC Wimbledon Tickets

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Jun 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

23 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Alan Stafford (Author)

Bridget Leathley (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 June 199019900623

First broadcast on 1990-06-22

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 29 June 1990

Previous in series: 15 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: No Better Undead Than Read; Dig It; Ascot Sketch; The Best Form Of Defence; French Hissing; Help...No, On Second Thoughts; 14 Out Of 15 Basic Rate Taxpayers; Hither And Zither; I'm Mandela Fly Me; Eurocops; PC And Love; The Belly Button Did It; Buffy And Todger Ride Again; BBC Wimbledon Tickets

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Jun 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

23 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Alan Stafford (Author)

Bridget Leathley (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 September 199519950922

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 29 September 1995

Previous in series: 30 June 1995

Description

Weekly satirical look at the news.

Starring Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Toby Longworth, Mike HAYLEY & Shirley CHANTRELL.

Prod Jane BERTHOUD.

1)Fashion trail thingy 2)Bongs 1 3)Boot camps 4)That's death 5)People's century 6)French nuclear testing 7)Major vetoes Lilley's budget 8)Julian Dicks 9)The water in Yorkshire 10)Aldermaston thang 11)Lib-lab pact 12)Women in football 13)Shit happens 14)Helium voiced brumies 15)The shrinking of the aral sea 16)Plane 17)Metrication in court 18)Bongs 3

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Sep 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Dave Lamb (Author)

Ben Ward (Author)

Ivan Shakespeare (Author)

Nick Hildred (Author)

Simon Littlefield (Author)

Felix Riley (Author)

Kay Stonham (Author)

Paul Powell (Author)

Simon Goodman (Author)

John Wright (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

Stewart Currie (Author)

Simon Hardeman (Author)

Jerry Glover (Author)

Ben Silburn (Author)

Gordon Southern (Author)

David Mossman (Author)

Jim Miller (Author)

Tim Mcsmythurs (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Mike Hayley (ent)

Shirley Chantrell (ent)

Jon Clover (ent).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 September 199519950923

First broadcast on 1995-09-22

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 29 September 1995

Previous in series: 30 June 1995

Description

Weekly satirical look at the news.

Starring Sally Grace, Jon Glover, Toby Longworth, Mike HAYLEY & Shirley CHANTRELL.

Prod Jane BERTHOUD.

1)Fashion trail thingy 2)Bongs 1 3)Boot camps 4)That's death 5)People's century 6)French nuclear testing 7)Major vetoes Lilley's budget 8)Julian Dicks 9)The water in Yorkshire 10)Aldermaston thang 11)Lib-lab pact 12)Women in football 13)Shit happens 14)Helium voiced brumies 15)The shrinking of the aral sea 16)Plane 17)Metrication in court 18)Bongs 3

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Sep 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Dave Lamb (Author)

Ben Ward (Author)

Ivan Shakespeare (Author)

Nick Hildred (Author)

Simon Littlefield (Author)

Felix Riley (Author)

Kay Stonham (Author)

Paul Powell (Author)

Simon Goodman (Author)

John Wright (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

Stewart Currie (Author)

Simon Hardeman (Author)

Jerry Glover (Author)

Ben Silburn (Author)

Gordon Southern (Author)

David Mossman (Author)

Jim Miller (Author)

Tim Mcsmythurs (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Mike Hayley (ent)

Shirley Chantrell (ent)

Jon Clover (ent).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 February 199019900223

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 02 March 1990

Previous in series: 16 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Yes Toady 2.

All My Sons 3.

Ted Heath Lunch Menu 4.

Browne Study 5.

Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation 6.

How Does Your Motorway Grow? 7.

Parkinson's Green Road Plan 8.

An Offer You Can Refuse 9.

Miami Lice 10.

Brothel Creep 11.

Red Litter Day 12.

Napoleon Solo 13.

Ambulance Post Sig.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

23 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

24 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Philip Afshar (Author)

Ian Pattinson (Author)

Jacob Yap (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 February 199019900224

First broadcast on 1990-02-23

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 02 March 1990

Previous in series: 16 February 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and John Baddeley.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

1.

Yes Toady 2.

All My Sons 3.

Ted Heath Lunch Menu 4.

Browne Study 5.

Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation 6.

How Does Your Motorway Grow? 7.

Parkinson's Green Road Plan 8.

An Offer You Can Refuse 9.

Miami Lice 10.

Brothel Creep 11.

Red Litter Day 12.

Napoleon Solo 13.

Ambulance Post Sig.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

23 Feb 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

24 Feb 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Mike Coleman (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Philip Afshar (Author)

Ian Pattinson (Author)

Jacob Yap (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 February 199619960223

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 01 March 1996

Previous in series: 16 February 1996

Description

Satirical look back at the weeks events.

Starring Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Kevin Eldon.

Produced Jane BERTHOUD.

1)The IRA takes the bus 2)Bongs 1 3)Pulp fiction 4)The sinking ship 5)New Hampshire 6)Palastinian airways 7)The one that got away 8)Care in the community 9)What sort of funeral 10)Bongs 2 11)Newbury bypassed 12)Directory enquiries 13)Electricity 14)Git awards 15)Ford 16)Good to talk 17)Dear John letter 18)Bongs 3 19)Snow business

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

23 Feb 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Dave Lamb (Author)

Tom Jamieson (Author)

Ben Ward (Author)

Ivan Shakespeare (Author)

David Spicer (Author)

Nick Hildred (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Littlefield (Author)

Felix Riley (Author)

Gerard Foster (Author)

Simon Goodman (Author)

John Wright (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

Simon Hardeman (Author)

Jerry Glover (Author)

Robert Stuart (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Ron Pritchard (Author)

David Kirsch (Author)

Sean Quigley (Author)

Rijard Bell (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Melanie Hudson (ent)

Kevin Eldon (ent)

Jane Berthoud (ent).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 March 199019900324

First broadcast on 1990-03-23

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 30 March 1990

Previous in series: 16 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Budget; This Sketch Has No Title Yet; East Side Story - The End; Birmingham 16 Years; The Green Goddess's Husband; Last Dance; Sincerity; All White Papers; Inside Information; I Don't Remember; Wallow PAtten; PollTax & The Superstar; This Little Piggy Went To The Free Market; Post-siggy

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

24 Mar 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Rick Freeman (Author)

Rob Millington (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 November 199019901123

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 30 November 1990

Previous in series: 16 November 1990

Description

SBH:An edition of the satirical sketch show based on the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & John Baddeley.

With sketches about Margaret Thatcher's resignation.

Producer: Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

23 Nov 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Alan Moss (Author)

Peter Roache (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 673349.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 January 199019900126

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 02 February 1990

Previous in series: 19 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Sticky Wicket; Sketch On JS BY PB; Major Road Works; Meet The Gang; Please Police Me; Barry Atkins Wrote This; Anglo-Irish Revue 1990; Here's A Sketch I Prepared Earlier; 1936 An All That; Safe In Our Hands; Stay Off The Baked Beans; Howe; Ron Brown

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Jan 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

27 Jan 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Sidney Jacobs (Author)

Philip Afshar (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 January 199019900127

First broadcast on 1990-01-26

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 02 February 1990

Previous in series: 19 January 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Sticky Wicket; Sketch On JS BY PB; Major Road Works; Meet The Gang; Please Police Me; Barry Atkins Wrote This; Anglo-Irish Revue 1990; Here's A Sketch I Prepared Earlier; 1936 An All That; Safe In Our Hands; Stay Off The Baked Beans; Howe; Ron Brown

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Jan 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

27 Jan 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Peter Hughes (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Sidney Jacobs (Author)

Philip Afshar (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 January 199619960126

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 02 February 1996

Previous in series: 19 January 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Jon Glover, & Carolyn BONNYMAN.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No details of sketches.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

27 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Carolyn Bonnyman (ent)

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 January 199619960127

First broadcast on 1996-01-26

Producer: K.

SMITH

Next in series: 02 February 1996

Previous in series: 19 January 1996

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & events.

With Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Jon Glover, & Carolyn BONNYMAN.

Producer Kathy SMITH.

No details of sketches.

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Jan 1996 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

27 Jan 1996 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sally Grace (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Carolyn Bonnyman (ent)

Kathy Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 October 199019901026

Producer: P.

SCHLESINGER

Next in series: 02 November 1990

Previous in series: 19 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Kegworth 2.

Crypto 3.

Religious Advertising 4.

The Pumpkin of Satan 5.

Superman Honeymoon 6.

Foreign Interest 7.

Blue Humour 8.

Secret Diary of Nigel Lawson 9.

Devil May Care 10.

Given the Bhutto 11.

Where No Cheese Has Gone Before 12.

World Peace 13.

Guest Who's Coming To Dinner 14.

Iraqi Propaganda 15.

#8.25 16.

Bush Dream 17.

Agnostic Advert 18.

Take Away Presidency 19.

Sorry, We Must Be Going 20.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Oct 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

27 Oct 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Nigel Hooton (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 October 199019901027

First broadcast on 1990-10-26

Producer: P.

SCHLESINGER

Next in series: 02 November 1990

Previous in series: 19 October 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Royce Mills.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Kegworth 2.

Crypto 3.

Religious Advertising 4.

The Pumpkin of Satan 5.

Superman Honeymoon 6.

Foreign Interest 7.

Blue Humour 8.

Secret Diary of Nigel Lawson 9.

Devil May Care 10.

Given the Bhutto 11.

Where No Cheese Has Gone Before 12.

World Peace 13.

Guest Who's Coming To Dinner 14.

Iraqi Propaganda 15.

#8.25 16.

Bush Dream 17.

Agnostic Advert 18.

Take Away Presidency 19.

Sorry, We Must Be Going 20.

Newslines

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

26 Oct 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

27 Oct 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

John Pye (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Mark Griffiths (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Peter Steggles (Author)

Paul Stump (Author)

Nigel Hooton (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 April 199019900427

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 04 May 1990

Previous in series: 20 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Jon Glover, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Telescope Pre-sig; Hubble Indemnity; Robbing Hood; Films; Governor Of Strangeways; Up On The Roof; Wodehouse Link; A Jeevious Plot; You Got An Ology?; Hurd; Gallipoli Soap; Caxton Link; Policye Review; School Moves; Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

27 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

28 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Stuart Lee (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Vernon Templeman (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 April 199019900428

First broadcast on 1990-04-27

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: 04 May 1990

Previous in series: 20 April 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Jon Glover, Russell Davies & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Telescope Pre-sig; Hubble Indemnity; Robbing Hood; Films; Governor Of Strangeways; Up On The Roof; Wodehouse Link; A Jeevious Plot; You Got An Ology?; Hurd; Gallipoli Soap; Caxton Link; Policye Review; School Moves; Post Sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

27 Apr 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

28 Apr 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

Phil Rowson (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Stuart Lee (Author)

Peter Pinto de Sa (Author)

Vernon Templeman (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 January 199519950128

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 03 February 1995

Previous in series: 20 January 1995

Description

A satirical look at the week's news & current affairs.

With Jeffrey Holland, Sally Grace, Toby Longworth, Mike HAYLEY.

Produced by Jane BERTHOUD.

1)Intro 2)Beating the wrap 3)Bongs 1 4)Cantona comment 5)Deng xiou ping 6)New bond 7)Rock 'n' blair 8)Predator 9)Fair justice 10)Fair justice 11)Horoscope 12)Bourgois belligerence 13)Redwood - Snowden 14)Bongs 2 15)DIY 16)Ich Dien 17)Wigging 18)British gas quickie 19)Music cutbacks 20)Baron majorstein's 21)Hair in the dock 22)Bongs 3

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Jan 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Gerry Goddin (Author)

Nick Thomas (Author)

Ivan Shakespeare (Author)

John Byrne (Author)

Nick Hildred (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Simon Goodman (Author)

Adam Bostock-Smith (Author)

Tony Roche (Author)

John Finch (Author)

Simon Hardeman (Author)

Jerry Glover (Author)

Lee Hurst (Author)

Fay Dickinson (Author)

Guy Clapperton (Author)

Kim Morrissey (Author)

Lydia Rivlin (Author)

Andrew Hillier (Author)

Nick Hoare (Author)

Sue Martin (Author)

Barry Moore (Author)

Thomas Everchild (Author)

Owen Whittaker (Author)

Kevin Burt (Author)

M Marshall (Author)

Richard Teversham (Author)

Philippa Hammond (Author)

S Horton (Author)

S Cathcart (Author)

Dominic Steatfield-James (Author)

Sally Grace (ent)

Jeffrey Holland (ent)

Toby Longworth (ent)

Mike Hayley (ent)

Jane Berthoud (Producer)

Recorded on 1995-01-27.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 September 199019900928

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 05 October 1990

Previous in series: 21 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Neil CAPLE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Thatcher Pre-Sig 2.

John Major I 3.

Potatoes 4.

Home Economics 5.

John Major II 6.

Mistranslation 7.

Airless in Gaza 8.

Very Visual Sketch 9.

John Major III 10.

One Man One Vote 11.

Pre-Minstrel Tension 12.

Queen 13.

Some Day My Prince Will Come 14.

The Right is Priceless 15.

This Little Pig 16.

Mr Polly's Pecker 17.

No Need For Sweeteners 18.

Lyon Bastard 19.

Suicide 20.

Crime Fighter 21.

What's New? 22.

I Love Lucifer 23.

Chris Patten 24.

Green Party 25.

Star Trek 26.

Greenpeace 27.

Next Week's News

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Sep 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

29 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

Ian Lavery (Author)

Richard Platt (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Andy Webster (Author)

Tim Goldstone (Author)

William Hardwick (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 September 199019900929

First broadcast on 1990-09-28

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: 05 October 1990

Previous in series: 21 September 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace and Neil CAPLE.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

1.

Thatcher Pre-Sig 2.

John Major I 3.

Potatoes 4.

Home Economics 5.

John Major II 6.

Mistranslation 7.

Airless in Gaza 8.

Very Visual Sketch 9.

John Major III 10.

One Man One Vote 11.

Pre-Minstrel Tension 12.

Queen 13.

Some Day My Prince Will Come 14.

The Right is Priceless 15.

This Little Pig 16.

Mr Polly's Pecker 17.

No Need For Sweeteners 18.

Lyon Bastard 19.

Suicide 20.

Crime Fighter 21.

What's New? 22.

I Love Lucifer 23.

Chris Patten 24.

Green Party 25.

Star Trek 26.

Greenpeace 27.

Next Week's News

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Sep 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

29 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

John Holland (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Les Rowley (Author)

Ian Lavery (Author)

Richard Platt (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Andy Webster (Author)

Tim Goldstone (Author)

William Hardwick (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 June 199019900629

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Previous in series: 22 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Queen Mum Pre-sig; Maple Leaff Ragged; Not So Fresh Fields; Queen Mum Quickie One; Mine's A Shanty; Lips; Belgium Played Well; Major Change; What About Poor Old Belgium?; Crimewatch Update; Mais Wheat; Queen Mum Quickie Two; A Wing And A Prayer; Labour Parting; Belgian Velvet; I Done It Anyway; Queen Mum Quickie Three

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

29 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

30 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 June 199019900630

First broadcast on 1990-06-29

Producer: N.

CARGILL

Next in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Previous in series: 22 June 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With David TATE, Bill Wallis, Peter WHITMAN & Sally Grace.

Produced by Neil Cargill.

SKETCHES: Queen Mum Pre-sig; Maple Leaff Ragged; Not So Fresh Fields; Queen Mum Quickie One; Mine's A Shanty; Lips; Belgium Played Well; Major Change; What About Poor Old Belgium?; Crimewatch Update; Mais Wheat; Queen Mum Quickie Two; A Wing And A Prayer; Labour Parting; Belgian Velvet; I Done It Anyway; Queen Mum Quickie Three

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

29 Jun 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

30 Jun 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Nicholas Whitehead (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Peter Whitman (ent)

Neil Cargill (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 September 199519950929

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 06 October 1995

Previous in series: 22 September 1995

Broadcast history

29 Sep 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 September 199519950930

First broadcast on 1995-09-29

Producer: J.

BERTHOUD

Next in series: 06 October 1995

Previous in series: 22 September 1995

Broadcast history

29 Sep 1995 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1995 18:25-18:50 (RADIO 4).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 March 199019900330

Producer: S.

WILIAM

Next in series: 06 April 1990

Previous in series: 23 March 1990

Description

A satirical swipe at the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David TATE, Sally Grace & Royce Mills.

Produced by Sioned WILIAM.

SKETCHES: Oscars; The Big Bad Wolf; Birmingham Six; TV Special; Sons & Labours; Goodbye To All That; The Good Book; The National Hunt; Skools Out; The Kiss; Toady In The Hole; T.V.

Marti; Fergie Chatline; Clarke's Carve-Up; Albania, Albania; Time To Go; Post-sig

Subject Categories

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

30 Mar 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Oleh Stepaniuk (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Dave Dixon (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Richard Stoneman (Author)

Bob Boulton (Author)

Barbara Boulton (Author)

Max Alcock (Author)

Simon Marsh (Author)

Crispin Belcher (Author)

David Buckley (Author)

Sally Tollerton (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Sioned Wiliam (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 November 199019901130

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 07 December 1990

Previous in series: 23 November 1990

Description

SBH:An edition of the satirical sketch show based on the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & Ian Ashpitel.

Incl.

sketches about new prime minister John Major, Margaret Thatcher, Saddam Hussein, God on Salman Rushdie & Dr Who fans.

Producer: Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

30 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

01 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Luise Finan (Author)

Robert Millington (Author)

Alastair Aitken (Author)

Jamie Morrell (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Notes: CAIRS 673354.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 November 199019901201

First broadcast on 1990-11-30

Producer: T.B.A.

Next in series: 07 December 1990

Previous in series: 23 November 1990

Description

SBH:An edition of the satirical sketch show based on the week's news.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & Ian Ashpitel.

Incl.

sketches about new prime minister John Major, Margaret Thatcher, Saddam Hussein, God on Salman Rushdie & Dr Who fans.

Producer: Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

30 Nov 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

01 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Peter Hickey (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Dave Single (Author)

Henry Naylor (Author)

Gill Brown (Author)

Luise Finan (Author)

Robert Millington (Author)

Alastair Aitken (Author)

Jamie Morrell (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Notes: CAIRS 673354.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Stravinski19910617

Producer: DALBY, M

Next in series: 21 June 1991

Previous in series: 14 June 1991

Broadcast history

17 Jun 1991 11:45-13:00 (RADIO 3)

13 Aug 1994 15:45-17:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1990-06-18.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Two Decades Of Week Ending19900831

Producer: J.

MAGNUSSON

Next in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Previous in series: 29 June 1990

Description

SBH:Two Decades of Week Ending - A programme celebrating Britain's longest running comedy sketch show.

1 (of 2): Includes interviews with many people connected with the programme & extracts from sketches.

Presented by David Steel.

Written by Bill Matthews.

Producer: Jon Magnusson.

Sir David Steel presents the first of two programmes celebrating Britain's longest running comedy sketch show.

Amongst those taking part are David Jason Roy Hattersley, Jimmy Mulville, Griff Rhys Jones and Simon Brett.

1.

"A Party of the Waves" 2.

"Grovelling Tories" 3.

"Crimewatch O.K." 4.

"The Great Debate" 5.

"Opening To First Week Ending" 6.

"Sketch" 7.

"Queen's Speech" 8.

"Nasa Trek" 9.

"Two Men in a Pub" 10.

"Small Boy and Father" 11.

"The Last of the Lava-Tories" 12.

"Whitehall Shuffle" 13.

"Less Than Franks" 14.

"More Coal" 15.

"Misleading Questions" 16.

"Not Many Dead" 17.

"Sincerity" 18.

"Post Sig"

Subject Categories

documentaries (programme format)

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

programmes about radio (genre)

Broadcast history

31 Aug 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

01 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Paul Davies (Author)

Mark Brisenden (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Martin Booth (Author)

James Hendrie (Author)

Pete Sinclair (Author)

Dave Cohen (Author)

John Revell (Author)

Jon Magnusson (Producer)

David Steel (Speaker)

Roy Hattersley (Speaker)

Bill Wallis (Speaker)

Chris Emmett (Speaker)

Sally Grace (Speaker)

Griff Jones (Speaker)

Jon Glover (Speaker)

Harry Thompson (Speaker)

Simon Brett (Speaker)

David Tate (Speaker)

David Jason (Speaker)

Sheila Steafel (Speaker)

Jimmy Mulville (Speaker)

Gillian Reynolds (Speaker)

John Langdon (Speaker)

David Hatch (Speaker)

Guy Jenkin (Speaker)

Griffith Jones (Speaker)

Michael Barrett (Speaker)

Nigel Pegram (Speaker)

Frank Abbott (Speaker)

Pete Spence (Speaker)

Tracy Ullman (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 486503.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Two Decades Of Week Ending19900901

First broadcast on 1990-08-31

Producer: J.

MAGNUSSON

Next in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Previous in series: 29 June 1990

Description

SBH:Two Decades of Week Ending - A programme celebrating Britain's longest running comedy sketch show.

1 (of 2): Includes interviews with many people connected with the programme & extracts from sketches.

Presented by David Steel.

Written by Bill Matthews.

Producer: Jon Magnusson.

Sir David Steel presents the first of two programmes celebrating Britain's longest running comedy sketch show.

Amongst those taking part are David Jason Roy Hattersley, Jimmy Mulville, Griff Rhys Jones and Simon Brett.

1.

"A Party of the Waves" 2.

"Grovelling Tories" 3.

"Crimewatch O.K." 4.

"The Great Debate" 5.

"Opening To First Week Ending" 6.

"Sketch" 7.

"Queen's Speech" 8.

"Nasa Trek" 9.

"Two Men in a Pub" 10.

"Small Boy and Father" 11.

"The Last of the Lava-Tories" 12.

"Whitehall Shuffle" 13.

"Less Than Franks" 14.

"More Coal" 15.

"Misleading Questions" 16.

"Not Many Dead" 17.

"Sincerity" 18.

"Post Sig"

Subject Categories

documentaries (programme format)

satire (comedy programmes) (genre)

programmes about radio (genre)

Broadcast history

31 Aug 1990 23:00-23:20 (RADIO 4)

01 Sep 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Paul Davies (Author)

Mark Brisenden (Author)

Bill Matthews (Author)

Barry Atkins (Author)

Martin Booth (Author)

James Hendrie (Author)

Pete Sinclair (Author)

Dave Cohen (Author)

John Revell (Author)

Jon Magnusson (Producer)

David Steel (Speaker)

Roy Hattersley (Speaker)

Bill Wallis (Speaker)

Chris Emmett (Speaker)

Sally Grace (Speaker)

Griff Jones (Speaker)

Jon Glover (Speaker)

Harry Thompson (Speaker)

Simon Brett (Speaker)

David Tate (Speaker)

David Jason (Speaker)

Sheila Steafel (Speaker)

Jimmy Mulville (Speaker)

Gillian Reynolds (Speaker)

John Langdon (Speaker)

David Hatch (Speaker)

Guy Jenkin (Speaker)

Griffith Jones (Speaker)

Michael Barrett (Speaker)

Nigel Pegram (Speaker)

Frank Abbott (Speaker)

Pete Spence (Speaker)

Tracy Ullman (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 486503.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Two Decades Of Week Ending19900907

Producer: MAGNUSSON, Jon

Next in series: 14 September 1990

Previous in series: TWO DECADES OF WEEK ENDING

Description

SBH:Two Decades of Week Ending - A programme celebrating Britain's longest running comedy sketch show.

2 (of 2).

The Derek Jameson libel case, coverage of the Falklands War & the 1987 General Election.

Presenter: David Steel.

Written by Bill Matthews.

Producer: Jon Magnusson.

Broadcast history

07 Sep 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Bill Matthews (Author)

Jon Magnusson (Producer)

David Steel (Speaker)

Roy Hattersley (Speaker)

Sally Grace (Speaker)

Harry Thompson (Speaker)

David Tate (Speaker)

Alan Nixon (Speaker)

Derek Jameson (Speaker)

Nick Revell (Speaker)

Jimmy Mulville (Speaker)

John Langdon (Speaker)

David Hatch (Speaker)

Bobby Jaye (Speaker)

John Stokes (Speaker)

Griffith Jones (Speaker)

Michael Barrett (Speaker)

Pete Spence (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 486897.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Year Ending19901228

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: YEAR'S NEWS

Previous in series: 21 December 1990

Description

SBH:Year Ending - A satirical look back at the year's news.

With sketches about the poll tax, TV coverage of the release of Nelson Mandela, the Strangeways riot, the Iraqi Supergun, Labour Party 0898 number, the fall of Margaret Thatcher, John Major.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & guests.

Written by Richard Herring, Stewart Lee, Ged Parsons, Simon Bullivant, Robert Milliongton, Robert Linford, Colin Swash, Iain Pattinson, Julian Dutton, Michael Dines, Andrew Glover, Peter Baynham, Mark Green, Richard Matthews, Alan Moss, Peter Roache.

Compiled by Simon Bullivant.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

28 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

29 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Richard Matthews (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Alan Moss (Author)

Mark Green (Author)

Robert Millington (Author)

Peter Roache (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Chris Emmett (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 684514.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Year Ending19901229

First broadcast on 1990-12-28

Producer: S.

SMITH

Next in series: YEAR'S NEWS

Previous in series: 21 December 1990

Description

SBH:Year Ending - A satirical look back at the year's news.

With sketches about the poll tax, TV coverage of the release of Nelson Mandela, the Strangeways riot, the Iraqi Supergun, Labour Party 0898 number, the fall of Margaret Thatcher, John Major.

With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace & guests.

Written by Richard Herring, Stewart Lee, Ged Parsons, Simon Bullivant, Robert Milliongton, Robert Linford, Colin Swash, Iain Pattinson, Julian Dutton, Michael Dines, Andrew Glover, Peter Baynham, Mark Green, Richard Matthews, Alan Moss, Peter Roache.

Compiled by Simon Bullivant.

Produced by Sarah Smith.

Broadcast history

28 Dec 1990 23:00-23:25 (RADIO 4)

29 Dec 1990 17:25-17:50 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Dines (Author)

Ged Parsons (Author)

Simon Bullivant (Author)

Colin Swash (Author)

Iain Pattinson (Author)

Robert Linford (Author)

Peter Baynham (Author)

Julian Dutton (Author)

Stewart Lee (Author)

Richard Herring (Author)

Richard Matthews (Author)

Andrew Glover (Author)

Alan Moss (Author)

Mark Green (Author)

Robert Millington (Author)

Peter Roache (Author)

Bill Wallis (ent)

Chris Emmett (ent)

Sally Grace (ent)

Russell Davies (ent)

Jon Glover (ent)

John Baddeley (ent)

David Tate (ent)

Royce Mills (ent)

Neil Caple (ent)

Ian Ashpitel (ent)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 684514.