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    Coogan's Run

    Coogan's Run

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    Coogan's Run was a six-part series featuring Steve Coogan playing a number of odd characters living in the fictional town of Ottle. Some returning characters that you may have seen before like Paul & Pauline Calf are accompanied by some new character creations like Gareth Cheeseman, Ernest Moss, Mike Crystal, Guy Crump & Tim Fleck. Coogan's Run was a showcase for Steve Coogan's many comic talents.moreless
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    Stella Street

    Stella Street

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    BBC Two
    Stella Street is the brainchild of Phil Cornwell, John Sessions and Comic Strip Presents founder, Peter Richardson.

    First airing in 1997, the show focuses on the relationships of celebrities who have moved from their Los Angeles homes and chosen to live in a street in Surbiton, England. The show basically follows their relationships and reactions to the normal people they meet such as cleaner Mrs Eileen Hugget.

    All characters are played by either Sessions or Cornwell. The characters are followed docu-soap like throughout the series with all characters taking the occasional time out to speak to camera. After the success of the 2004 TV-movie, a new series has being rumoured, airing first over the internet and then on BBC 2 in late 2008.moreless
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    Timewatch

    Timewatch

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    BBC Two
    BBC History programme covering historical events and new discoveries in archeology.
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    Holding On

    Holding On

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    BBC Two (ended 1997)
    British dramatic series
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    Spywatch

    Spywatch

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    BBC Two (ended 1996)
    Wecome to the Spywatch guide at TV.com. It is 1942, World War II. Britain it being bombed. To be safe lots of children have been evauated to the countryside. Three children: Norman, Dennis and Mary are sent to Westborn in the country. The boys are staying on the farm, with Amy Hobbs aka Auntie Amy, and her daughter, Polly, while Mary is staying at Westboune Hall with the sinister, Miss Millington and Mr Grainger. Spies are on the loose in the countryside, but there are too many suspects. It's up to the four friends to find out who they are.moreless
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    Paul Merton's Life of Comedy

    Paul Merton's Life of Comedy

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    Paul Merton's Life of Comedy is a biography series starring British comedian Paul Merton as himself, re-enacting his existence and presenting to viewers the people who had the greatest influence in his life. The British Broadcasting Company produces the six episode series, starting the season with a young Paul (Tom Brodie) living in his granddad's home with his mum. After the boy gets into trouble with an obnoxious neighbor (Tina Martin), granddad gives him some advice, which Paul carries with him for the rest of his life. In the next segment, an adolescent Paul (Brodie) enters the last year of secondary school, and Paul's dad (Merton), who no longer lives with the family, tries to reconcile with his son. During his teenage years, Paul learns some valuable lessons from a local police officer (Frank Windsor). By mid-season, the boy grows up to be a man and marries Lynn (Martin) who looks oddly like his old neighbor. Married life confuses Paul, who goes through a mid-life crisis by the end of the season. His crisis soon will have him looking for a way to live happily ever after.moreless
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    Glam Metal Detectives

    Glam Metal Detectives

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    British sitcom
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    The All New Alexei Sayle Show

    The All New Alexei Sayle Show

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    The follow-up series to Alexie Sayle's Stuff. Sketch show featuring bizarre characters and surreal humour from Britain's most famous Marxist Liverpudlian comedian, Alexei Sayle.
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    Alexei Sayle's Merry-Go-Round

    Alexei Sayle's Merry-Go-Round

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    BBC Two (ended 1998)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Sir Bernard's Stately Homes

    Sir Bernard's Stately Homes

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
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    The Pall Bearers Revue

    The Pall Bearers Revue

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    BBC Two (ended 1992)
    British stand-up comedy show
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    CBBC's Breakfast Show

    CBBC's Breakfast Show

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    BBC Two
    The Show Michael Underwood and Liam Dolan were the presenters of the breakfast show until CBBC was revamped in 2001. In 2002, Kate Heavenor and Barney Harwood took over and the show was renamed The Kate and Barney Breakfast Show. But in early 2004, Kate left CBBC so there was nobody to do the breakfast show. The presenters were always mixed from CBBC One and CBBC Channel. In the summer of 2004,Sophie Macdonnel was given the breakfast show and she is now one of the main presenters. But as the Olympics was aired, she had a break and it was down to Andrew Hayden Smith and Gemma Hunt to provide entertainment in the brand new studio. But September dawned and Sophie had the show back with The Saturday Show presenter Simon Grant and in early 2005 ex-Eureka TV presenter Mohini Sule had a stand in job for Sophie while she was presenting CBBC at the Fame Academy but later became a permanent fixture and joined the team in February 2005.moreless
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    Eureka Street

    Eureka Street

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    Eureka Street is a BBC Northern Ireland adaptation to mini-series of Robert McLiam Wilson's 1996 novel of the same name. Set in Belfast in the six months before and after the 1994 ceasefire, it commences with an anonymous hand typing the words, "All stories are love stories." The novel opens with the same text. The story follows the lives of two friends: the Catholic Jake Jackson - struggling with a failed relationship, his job as a repossession agent and the effect of the Troubles on the world around him - and the Protestant Chuckie Lurgan, "fat" and unemployed until circumstances and a previously untapped entrepreneurial spirit lead him to a world very different to Eureka Street.moreless
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    Fruit Fancies

    Fruit Fancies

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    BBC Two (ended 1994)
    This was the first television show that had Harry Hill as the main star. The name was somewhat similar to his radio show at the time (Fruit Corner) and was transmitted on BBC2 in 1994. This was a 10 minute episode series and was filmed in black and white with little or no dialogue.moreless
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    I, Lovett

    I, Lovett

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    BBC Two (ended 1993)
    Norman Lovett stars as an eccentric artist in this alternative comedy from the mid 90s. Norman plays a character, named for himself, that lives in an imaginary world where his companion is a talking dog. In this alternate reality, inanimate objects often speak to him. The pilot aired on June 9, 1989, but it wasn't until 1993 that the show filmed and aired its 6 episodes.moreless
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    Rita Rudner

    Rita Rudner

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    BBC Two (ended 1990)
    American Comedienne Rita Rudner travels to the UK for this comedy show featuring a mix of sketches and stand up routines.
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    Look at the State We're In!

    Look at the State We're In!

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    British sitcom
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    Pulp Video

    Pulp Video

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    BBC Two (ended 1996)
    British sketch comedy show; pilot episode aired on August 18, 1995
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    Inside Victor Lewis-Smith

    Inside Victor Lewis-Smith

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    BBC Two (ended 1993)
    This series takes a look inside the mind of comic author, prankster, and journalist Victor Lewis-Smith as he lies immobilized in a "comic coma" in a BBC hospital for distressed broadcasters. Throughout the course of the series, Lewis-Smith confronts the dark recesses of his own psyche as he embarks on a guided tour of his internal organs via his bloodstream, accompanied by a chatty cabbie who doubles as a narrative linking device. The hospital storyline is woven around a series of comedy sketches that emerge from Lewis-Smith's subconscious when his life-support system is fed into a television monitor, in effect transforming him into a "human video playback machine." The result is a bold, bizarre, and hilarious collection of skits embedded within a surreal, highly innovative situational comedy format. Each episode features one or more of Mr Lewis-Smith's signature phone pranks played on some unsuspecting member of the public.moreless
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    The Further Adventures of SuperTed

    The Further Adventures of SuperTed

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    BBC Two (ended 1993)
    SuperTed was about a teddy that got rejected from the shop and he was transformed with a simple word and became a superteddy. His adventures were always wacky and trying to defeat the evil bogrolls.moreless
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