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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930110]Four programmes in which Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting. The Sixties with archive recordings of his vintage appearances on Just A Minute!, Stop the Week, and In the Psychiatrist's Chair. Performed by Harry Enfield.

Written by Craig Brown. Producer Anne-Marie Cole

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930110] Unknown: Wallace Arnold

Written By: Craig Brown.

Producer: Anne-Marie Cole

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930113]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930117]Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting.

3: The Seventies

Including Wallace's vintage appearances on shows he made his own, such as Start the Week and Desert

Island Discs, and his traumatic breakdown In the Psychiatrist's Chair. Performed by Harry Enfield Written by Craig Brown

Producer Anne-Marie Cole

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930117] Unknown: Wallace Arnold

Written By: Craig Brown

Producer: Anne-Marie Cole

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930120]A series of four programmes in which

Wallace Arnold looks back with warmhearted admiration on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting.

3: The Seventies

Wallace remembers the decade with archive recordings of his vintage appearances on shows he made his own.

Performed by Harry Enfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930120] Unknown: Wallace Arnold
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930124]Four programmes in which Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting. 4: The Eighties

Wallace remembers this final decade with recordings of his reporting of the Falklands War;

Down Your Way with the Ceausescus in Romania, and yet more harrowing experiences In the Psychiatrist’s Chair.

Performed by Harry Enfield Written by Craig Brown

Producer Anne-Marie Cole

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930124]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930127]A series of four programmes in which

Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades in British broadcasting. 4: The Eighties

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930127]
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021993011719930120Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting.

3: The Seventies

Including Wallace's vintage appearances on shows he made his own, such as Start the Week and Desert

Island Discs, and his traumatic breakdown In the Psychiatrist's Chair. Performed by Harry Enfield Written by Craig Brown

Producer Anne-Marie Cole

A series of four programmes in which

Wallace Arnold looks back with warmhearted admiration on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting.

Wallace remembers the decade with archive recordings of his vintage appearances on shows he made his own.

031993012419930127Four programmes in which Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting. 4: The Eighties

Wallace remembers this final decade with recordings of his reporting of the Falklands War;

Down Your Way with the Ceausescus in Romania, and yet more harrowing experiences In the Psychiatrist’s Chair.

Performed by Harry Enfield Written by Craig Brown

Producer Anne-Marie Cole

A series of four programmes in which

Wallace Arnold looks back on his four decades in British broadcasting. 4: The Eighties