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    Victoria Wood: Seen on TV

    Victoria Wood: Seen on TV

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    BBC Two
    Victoria Wood looks back on her lengthy career in small screen comedy with classic clips and interviews with friends and colleagues such as Julie Walters and Sir Roger Moore.
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    Funny Business

    Funny Business

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    BBC Two (ended 2013)
    This three part documentary series looks at the relationship between comedians and money, from attending corporate gigs, to the backroom negotiations and deals and working on cruise ships. Following a poorly viewed first episode, the series was postponed and moved to a late night Saturday slot for the remainder of its run.moreless
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    Not Again: Not The Nine O'Clock News

    Not Again: Not The Nine O'Clock News

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    This special one off documentary takes a look at the making of classic sketch show Not The Nine O'Clock News, the series that kick started the careers of its stars including Rowan Atkinson, Mel Smith and writer Richard Curtis.moreless
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    Respect: A Felix Dexter Special

    Respect: A Felix Dexter Special

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    Friends and colleagues pay tribute to comedian Felix Dexter who died earlier in 2013. This special looks at his career as a pioneer in Black Comedy with roles in series such as The Real McCoy and Citizen Khan.moreless
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    Morecambe and Wise: The Whole Story

    Morecambe and Wise: The Whole Story

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    BBC Two (ended 2013)
    Morecambe and Wise: The Whole Story is a two part documentary series looking back at the history of the classic comedy partnership. From their humble beginnings to being the top comedy act in the UK, this series charts their journey with classic clips and interviews with their families, friends and colleagues.moreless
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    Mel Smith: I've Sort of Done Things

    Mel Smith: I've Sort of Done Things

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    Following a brief tribute program on the 3rd August 2013, BBC Two broadcast this documentary looking back at the life of the comedian, producer, actor and director Mel Smith. Best known as one half of Smith and Jones, Mel Smith directed both Hollywood films and stage shows and this special traces his life back to his time at Oxford university.moreless
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    Ripper

    Ripper

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    BBC Two (TV Movie 2013)
    Rupert "Ripper" Giles spent seven years guiding Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, in her role as the Chosen One. Now his Slayer has changed the world, and Giles must find a new path. This long-awaited spin-off from Buffy the Vampire Slayer follows the adventures of Rupert Giles after the earth-shaking events in Sunnydale.moreless
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    Dead Ringers

    Dead Ringers

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    From radio to TV, Dead Ringers brings Doctor Who, Tony Blair, George Bush and many more to our screens in unexpected and extremly funney sketches and stunts. With their own twist on programmes such as Restoration, How Clean is Your House, Dr Who and The Office, Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens, Kevin Connelly, Phil Cornwell and Mark Perry prove once again that nothing is sacred and no-one is safe. Derren Brown, Paul Burrell, Simon Cowell and Kim and Aggie from 'How Clean Is Your House' had also better look out - they’re amongst the new characters to be given the Dead Ringers treatment, joining such favourites as Simon Schama, Sophie Raworth, Robert Winston, Gandalf and the Osbournes in this topical round-up of the year’s events. Christmas has never been so spicy. Dead Ringers started life on BBC Radio Four. Listeners loved the witty way it lampooned the station's shows and personalities: newsreaders Brian Perkins and Charlotte Green were transformed into "The Daddy", and a sultry sex-kitten, respectively! When the show made the leap to TV, a host of new targets walked into the line of fire including Ricky Gervais, Ozzy Osbourne, Fiona Bruce, Dirty Den and Kirsty Allsop (from Location Location Location). All of these characters (and more) are brought to you by a cast of just four regulars (Kevin Connelly, Jon Culshaw, Mark Perry and Jan Ravens). And unlike some sketch-based comedies that have blighted British screens, a crack writing team means that there's zero padding in each episode.moreless
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    Whites

    Whites

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    Alan Davies stars in this kitchen comedy about a celebrity chef with big ideas but no drive. The six-part series is created by Peep Show actor Matt King.
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    Russell Howard's Good News

    Russell Howard's Good News

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    The British comedian chuckles at some of the week's biggest, and quirkiest, news stories. At the end of each episode he presents an uplifting story about someone who has done something remarkable.moreless
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    The Bubble

    The Bubble

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    BBC Two (ended 2010)
    David Mitchell hosts this new current affairs quiz show, in which panellists are kept away from the media up to four days before it's filmed. Once in the studio, they have to distinguish the real news stories which broke whilst they were in The Bubble, from fakes.moreless
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    Yes, Prime Minister

    Yes, Prime Minister

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    BBC Two (ended 1988)
    Yes, Prime Minister is the sequel to the popular British series Yes Minister. It aired from 1986 to 1988 and is the story of the continuing battles between Jim Hacker, who is now Prime Minister, and Sir Humphrey, who has been promoted to Cabinet Secretary.

    The title sequence is designed by Gerald Scarfe.moreless
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    Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge

    Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge

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    BBC Two (ended 1995)
    Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge was a parody of a chat show in which the character of Alan Partridge got his first TV show. It was originally aired as a radio show along the same lines. Most of the guest appearances were parodies of people in real life (obvious references to people and places).moreless
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    Pole to Pole

    Pole to Pole

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    BBC Two (ended 1992)
    Adventure traveler Michael Palin offers up this follow-up to Around the World in 80 Days as he traverses 16 countries over the two hemispheres to experience the North and South Poles.moreless
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    This Life

    This Life

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    BBC Two (ended 1997)
    In This Life, a group of attractive, badly-behaved lawyers live in a posh house in London and spend their time engaged in emotional crises, usually over wanting to sleep with each other. It was a British thirtysomething, Friends, and Ally McBeal all rolled into one. Shot mainly in jerky close-ups and intercut with trendy music of the time, it had gained huge ratings by the end of the decade. - In 2004 a South African version of This Life (closely based on the UK series and story) was filmed and screened on SABC3 TV for 10 months.moreless
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    Roman's Empire (UK)

    Roman's Empire (UK)

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    Roman Pretty and his three beautiful daughters and ex-supermodel wife Morwenna make for an unusual family. Roman made his millions in the travel industry, but that was the easy part, now he has the challenge of dealing with his daughters' boyfriends. Laughs abound in this quirky BBC Two comedy.moreless
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    The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle

    The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle

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    Dark comedy The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle is a show-within-a-show on the BBC-2. The life of fictional TV host played by Jennifer Saunders presents adventures that place both on and off camera. The show first aired a six part series from October 4th 2007 and will be returning for a new series this year. The show also stars Miranda Richardson as the producer and Jason Watkins as Dr Jonathan Fowler.moreless
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    Freefall

    Freefall

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    Freefall delves into the financial crisis, looking at the turmoil it's caused in so many people's lives. The drama, written and directed by multiple-BAFTA winner Dominic Savage, stars Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding alongside Aidan Gillen, Dominic Cooper and Joseph Mawle.moreless
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    Frank Skinner's Opinionated

    Frank Skinner's Opinionated

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    BBC Two (ended 2011)
    Each week Frank Skinner is joined by two celebrities to dissect the weeks most popular news stories.
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    Pete Postlethwaite: A Tribute

    Pete Postlethwaite: A Tribute

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    BBC2 pay tribute to the Oscar-nominated Brit actor Pete Postlethwaite, who starred in the Criminal Justice mini-series among others. The show offers interviews and clips from fellow actors, friends and directors of the actor, who passed away on January 2nd 2011.moreless
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