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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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    One for the Road

    One for the Road

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    Channel 4 (ended 1995)
    One for the Road stars Alan Davies as Simon Treat who is visiting Israel looking to timeshare a vacation property. However he gets distracted and get's involved in a number of adventures. The show lasted for one series consisting of six episodes. Written by Gary Sinyor and directed by Steven Bawol.moreless
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    Josie

    Josie

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British sitcom
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    Viva Cabaret

    Viva Cabaret

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    British variety show
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    First on Four

    First on Four

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    First on Four is a historical documentary that originally aired on Channel 4, a television station in the United Kingdom. This series consists of six thirty-minute episodes that were broadcast from September 1, 1996 to March 11, 1998, at a frequency of about once every three months. Each episode reviews the early career of a television celebrity from the United Kingdom using archival footage. The first episode is about Harry Enfield, an English comedian known for his roles in films like Perry Go Large and Kevin. Enfield also appears in various comedy sketch shows. The next episode of First on Four features Ruby Wax, a brash American comedienne who appears regularly on British television beginning in the late 1980s. Julian Clary is the subject of the third episode of this series. Clary began his career in the early 1980s as a stand-up comedian. The executive producer of this series is Clive Tulloh. The producer and director is Claudia Lloyd. 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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    Cutting Edge

    Cutting Edge

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    Channel 4
    This documentary show delivers a number of stand alone shows that investigate different human interest stories froma cross the world.
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    Small Potatoes

    Small Potatoes

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
    British sitcom
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    The Gravy Train

    The Gravy Train

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British sitcom
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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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    Tonight with Jonathan Ross

    Tonight with Jonathan Ross

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    Channel 4 (ended 1992)
    British talk show
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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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    Barking! (1998)

    Barking! (1998)

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    Channel 4 (ended 1998)
    British sitcom
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    S and M

    S and M

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British improv comedy show
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    Vic Reeves Big Night Out

    Vic Reeves Big Night Out

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    Channel 4 (ended 1991)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Paul Merton, the Series

    Paul Merton, the Series

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    Channel 4 (ended 1993)
    British sketch comedy show
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    Grand Designs

    Grand Designs

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    Channel 4
    Welcome to the Grand Designs guide here at TV.com! Each episode Kevin McCloud follows different couples / families who are trying to build / improve a property. They can go from the downright stupid to the most high class and dignified properties.moreless
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    Da Ali G Show

    Da Ali G Show

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    Channel 4 (ended 2000)
    Da Ali G Show is a British comedic television series that ran for one season on Channel 4 of the BBC. It was later purchased by HBO and new episodes appeared on American television for three seasons. Da Ali G Show features comedian Sasha Baron Cohen, who appears as different characters in numerous skits with unwitting participants. His "Ali G" character is a white rapper who hosts his own talk show in which he asks guests outlandish questions about politics, the media and (mostly) their personal lives. Most guests believe Ali G is perfectly serious about his questions, despite their absurd nature. Another popular character is "Borat Sagdiyev," an immigrant from Kazakhstan who often embarrasses those whom he is interviewing by engaging in anti-Semitic, misogynistic speech and strange Kazakh customs. Another regular character on Da Ali G Show is "Bruno," a gay Austrian television personality who typically ridicules his guests by having them offer exaggerated praise or criticism of celebrities. Both Borat and Bruno would later appear in successful American features films. moreless
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    Trigger Happy TV

    Trigger Happy TV

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
    Welcome to the Trigger Happy TV guide at TV.com. Trigger Happy TV is a show where a few people go across London doing some of the strangest, most random improvised acts and catching it all on tape. Most of the time, they dress up as animals and do something crazy or scream into their enormous cell phone, or they'll do another one of their insane ideas. Reruns of Trigger Happy TV are aired on Comedy Central. Comedy Central also created a new version of the show, which takes place in the United States. The US version has a new theme song and title sequence which feature scenes from the show, thereby ruining some jokes. Non-original music has been replaced with instrumental versions that sound just different enough to avoid lawsuits. Show Attributes: 13 regular episodes, 1 separate pilot, 2 specials Last Updated: May 16, 2004moreless
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    Los Dos Bros

    Los Dos Bros

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    Channel 4 (ended 2001)
    Welcome to the Los Dos Bros guide at TV.com. British sitcom; pilot episode aired on August 31, 1999
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