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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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    Is It Bill Bailey?

    Is It Bill Bailey?

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    BBC Two (ended 1998)
    Is It Bill Bailey? was a 1998 show which featured musical comedian Bill Bailey performing songs, sketches, and stand-up routines. It was sadly cancelled after one series with no sign of a DVD release. But Bill Bailey has now gone on to become one of the country's best comedians, and no doubt this show will have had a big part in that.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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    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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    Funny Women

    Funny Women

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    Funny Women was a short BBC series focusing on the lives and careers of British comic actresses. Each week the show would feature classic clips and interviews focusing on well-known performers such as June Whitfield and Prunella Scales.moreless
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    Holding On

    Holding On

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    BBC Two (ended 1997)
    British dramatic series
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    Stick With Me Kid

    Stick With Me Kid

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    British sitcom
  • 108
    Star Trekkers

    Star Trekkers

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    BBC Two (ended 1996)
    This short documentary series was broadcast on BBC2 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Star Trek. Each episode featured two celebrity fans who would discuss their favourite characters and themes. Clips from the various series were shown while the celebrities such as Jonathan Ross talked to the audience.moreless
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    Local Heroes (1992)

    Local Heroes (1992)

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    BBC science programme in which Adam Hart-Davis, clad in his trademark yellow and pink lycra cycling gear, rides around Britain - and sometimes further afield - telling the stories of famous (and not so famous) scientists and inventors, and demonstrates scientific principles with his own home-made machines. The programme originated in 1992 as a local show broadcast in the ITV Yorkshire region as "On The Edge" (the title referring to the Yorkshire coastline) but transferred to the BBC under its new title in 1994. Each programme looked at between three and six scientists who worked in a particular geographical area, with some locations visited more than once during the show's six series on BBC2. Later seasons also saw Hart-Davis take his bicycle overseas, with editions from Holland, Rome and Athens, and there were also special themed editions looking at the inventions of 1897 (for National Science Week) and female scientists. The show ended on a high note in 1999 with an edition in which Hart-Davis recreated several of his best demonstrations before a live audience at the Royal Institution.moreless
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    Comedy Nation

    Comedy Nation

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    BBC Two (ended 1998)
    British sketch comedy show
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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
  • 112
    The Pall Bearers Revue

    The Pall Bearers Revue

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    BBC Two (ended 1992)
    British stand-up comedy show
  • 113
    Frost in the Air

    Frost in the Air

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    BBC Two (ended 1993)
    Frost in the Air is a television series on the life of David Frost, the renowned British journalist and interviewer. This series was originally broadcast on BBC Two, a television station in the United Kingdom. The series has three one-hour episodes that aired on August 29, 1993, August 30, 1993 and September 4, 1993. The first episode covers Frost's early career in the 1960s, when he was starting his work in television. This episode includes archival footage from this period, especially from That Was the Week That Was, a political satire presented by Frost. The second episode documents Frost rise as a journalist, where he travels extensively to interview politicians and celebrities. The archival footage in this episode includes Frost's interviews with Robert Kennedy, Paul McCartney and Tennessee Williams. The third episode in the series has excerpts from Frost's interviews with Truman Capote, John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The producer for this series is John Bush.moreless
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    Newman and Baddiel in Pieces

    Newman and Baddiel in Pieces

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    BBC Two (ended 1993)
    British sketch comedy show
  • 115
    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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    Top of the Pops 2 (UK)

    Top of the Pops 2 (UK)

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    BBC Two
    This follow-up series to the BBC program of the same name started in 1994, the show shows archive clips from the original series, with some facts thrown in about the artist. In more recent episodes, due to the weekly Top of the Pops been cancelled, new performances and music videos have also been featured. A voiceover introduces each song, throughout 1994-1997, Jonnie Walker held the job, since then Steve Wright has provided the recordings. The last full series of TOTP2 ended in 2006, the show was due to make a proper comeback for Christmas 2008, taking the place of Top of the Pops Christmas special, however instead eight special episodes featuring new and classic Christmas songs have been produced, airing on the run-up to Christmas.moreless
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    Hemingway Adventure

    Hemingway Adventure

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    BBC Two (ended 1999)
    Michael Palin sets off in the footsteps of legendary American writer Ernest Hemingway. He visits key locations from Hemingway's life in Europe, Africa and America. This travelogue went out 100 years after the birth of Hemingway, a hard-drinking, controversial figure, and follows on from the publication of Palin's novel Hemingway's Chair which featured a post man fascinated with Hemingway.moreless
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    The Real McCoy

    The Real McCoy

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    BBC Two (ended 1996)
    British sketch comedy show featuring an all-Black cast
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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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    The Final Solution

    The Final Solution

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    BBC Two (ended 1996)
    The Final Solution, A television show, ahead of it's time. The idea is from the former real life organisation of the SOE, a secret national security operations unit. Referred to as the WDA (and third series onwards- IDA), this is the last invstigation team in the United Kingdom, called in as a last resort (Hence Final Solution). Through the 14 episodes we follow the agents David, John, Windsor and so called KEW.moreless
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