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    The Gravy Train

    The Gravy Train

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British sitcom
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    Coping with...

    Coping with...

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    A British comedy that shows the difference of how children and adults look at various aspects of life.
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    Massive Landmarks Of The Twentieth Century

    Massive Landmarks Of The Twentieth Century

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    Channel 4 (ended 1999)
    Massive Landmarks Of The Twentieth Century Six of the Twentieth Century's most earth shatterin' events brought to life by The National Theatre Of Brent. This short series, first aired in the UK in 1999, has garnered quite a cult following through (very) late night repeats especially in Australia where the fans have literally inundated the National Theatre Of Brent's website demanding a DVD release. Alas, to date this has yielded nothing. The series features the pantomime skills and talents of Desmond Olivier Dingle (Patrick Barlow) and the entire cast of The National Theatre Of Brent, Raymond Box (John Ramm), re-enacting six of the pivotal events of the last century, from the death of Queen Victoria, through the Cuban Missile Crisis to the Clinton/Lewinsky Affair. Although generally played for laughs - mostly centred around the fact that the two lead actors play every character in every scene with scant effort to disguise the fact - there are some quite poignant moments of insight especially in the Cuban Missile Crisis episode with respect to Cambodia's role (or lack thereof) in the Vietnam War. Most people who actually get the chance to see Massive Landmarks love it with a passion.moreless
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    Heroes of Comedy

    Heroes of Comedy

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    Channel 4 (ended 2003)
    Heroes of Comedy was a Channel Four series shown between 1995 and 2003. Each episode featured a profile on a well respected comedian or comic actor/actress including interviews with celebrities friends and fans and their family members. Originally to be transmitted in 1992, the series finally made it to air in 1995. Some episodes aired as Heroes of Comedy - The Living Legends for those editions where the subject was still alive.moreless
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    Alan Bleasdale Presents

    Alan Bleasdale Presents

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    Channel 4 (ended 1994)
    Alan Bleasdale produces a short series of self contained dramas aimed at showcasing new writing talent.
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    The Last Resort (1987)

    The Last Resort (1987)

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    Channel 4 (ended 1988)
    The Last Resort ran from Jan 87 - Dec 88, with two specials in 1997. It was originally called The Last Resort With Jonathan Ross , but changed it's title on Sept 16th 1988.moreless
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    Paris (1994)

    Paris (1994)

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    Channel 4 (ended 1994)
    Alain Degout is a struggling artist in 1920s Paris, he's struggling because he's not actually very good.
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    This is David Harper

    This is David Harper

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    Channel 4 (ended 1990)
    Welcome to the This is David Harper guide at TV.com.

    See also: This is David Lander.
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    Betty's Bunch

    Betty's Bunch

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    Channel 4 (ended 1990)
    'Betty's Bunch' was a 13 episode TV show, filmed in New Zealand in the early 90's and the show's central characters were four foster children, Mick, Megan, Chrissie and Billy, who are in Betty's care, but when Betty is kidnapped by two crooks, The Con and The Charmer, the foster kids are forced to rescue her and also avoid being separated by social services.moreless
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    Rory Bremner, Who Else?

    Rory Bremner, Who Else?

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Small Potatoes

    Small Potatoes

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
    British sitcom
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    Porkpie

    Porkpie

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    Channel 4 (ended 1996)
    British sitcom
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    Mr Don & Mr George

    Mr Don & Mr George

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    Absurdist British sitcom starring Jack Docherty and Moray Hunter, reprising their characters from sketch show Absolutely (Channel 4, 1989-93).
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    Klinik!

    Klinik!

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    Channel 4 (ended 1997)
    Klinik! is a British soap opera spoof directed by Robert Katz and written by Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller. The TV series is produced by Vera Productions, Ltd. and debuted on Channel 4 in the UK in 1997. The show is actual footage of an old Dutch soap opera that has been revoiced in order to create comedic scenes, instead of the actual drama the show originally depicted. Most episodes focus solely on Dr. Werther (Alistair McGowan) who works at a hospital. The hospital is also where most of the series is filmed. A frequent theme on the show includes someone who is hurt and rushed to the hospital where Dr. Werther is working. Once they arrive at the hospital, Dr. Werther and his staff attempt to rescue the patient, but instead of the original serious dialogue, the new dialogue is comedic in nature. Other various characters are voiced by Ronni Ancona, Joanna Brookes and Steve Steen. moreless
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    Mosley

    Mosley

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    Mosley was a four part drama series taking a look at British fascist Sir Oswald Mosley, based on the booksRules of the Game and Beyond the Pale by Nicholas Mosley. The series starred Jonathan Cake, Jemma Redgrave and Hugh Bonneville.moreless
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    Sean's Show

    Sean's Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    Welcome to the Sean's Show guide at TV Tome. The surnames for Tony and Barry were mentioned during episode #11; however, a different surname for Tony is implied during episode #3. Sean's Show was nominated for Best Channel 4 Sitcom at The British Comedy Awards in 1992, alongside Desmonds (the award recipient) and Drop the Dead Donkey. moreless
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    And the Beat Goes On

    And the Beat Goes On

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    Channel 4 (ended 1996)
    And the Beat Goes On was a drama series originally broadcast on channel 4 in the United Kingdom. The series consists of eight one-hour episodes that aired on Tuesday night at 10:00 pm from March 19, 1996 to May 7, 1996. The series was produced by Mal Young and executive producer Phil Redmond. The writer Joe Ainsworth and the directors, Chris Bernard, Stephen Garwood and Jeremy Summers created a series set in Liverpool, England during the 1960s. It follows the members of two families as they struggle to cope with the social turmoil of this period. Mickey O'Rourke (Roy Brandon), his wife Mary Ann (Eileen O'Brien) and their son Ritchie (Danny McCall) must contend with Ritchie's girlfriend Cathy (Cathy Williams), who is pregnant by another man. Nick Spencer (Stephen Moore) and his wife Connie (Jenny Agutter) have a daughter Christine (Lisa Faulkner) who brings an unsuitable boyfriend home. Meanwhile, Connie is becoming dependent on tranquilizers and her brother tries to borrow money from Nick. moreless
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    Barking! (1998)

    Barking! (1998)

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    British sitcom
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    Top Ten (1999)

    Top Ten (1999)

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    Channel 4 (ended 2002)
    Channel 4 brings a new take on the clip show, with 'Top Ten'. Each week the show would present a rundown of the top ten music acts or songs from a different genre or year featuring interviews with people from the industry and celebrity fans. A book to accompany the series, Top Ten: The Irreverent Guide to Music by Alex Ogg was released by Channel 4 Books on the 23rd March 2001.moreless
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    Viva Cabaret

    Viva Cabaret

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    British variety show
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