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    The Palace

    The Palace

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    A young prince of 24 ascends to the throne after the untimely death of his father, King James III, in this modern-day drama about power, lies and politics.
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    Benidorm

    Benidorm

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    Join a group of holiday-makers at an all-inclusive resort in sunny Spain as they work to get the most value for their money. An all-star cast promises big laughs from this ITV series.moreless
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    Danger Mouse

    Danger Mouse

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    ITV (ended 1992)
    Danger Mouse is about a cartoon mouse being a secret agent and living in a mailbox in London, England. This show originally broadcast in England/UK only until the fledgling network, Nickelodeon, picked it up and ran with it.moreless
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    Celebrity Squares

    Celebrity Squares

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    Warwick Davis presents an up to date version of the classic game show with nine celebrities trying to help two contestants win big prizes.
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    Mumbai Calling

    Mumbai Calling

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    Kenny Gupta (Sanjeev Bhaskar), a British-born Indian, is sent on a transfer to Mumbai, India to work in the Teknobable call center. When arriving in India however, Kenny soon realises that the manager, Dev, is using the office to fund his own side business. Mumbai Calling is the first locally produced series for HBO India. A full series has been ordered by ITV1.moreless
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    The New Statesman

    The New Statesman

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    ITV (ended 1994)
    Welcome to The New Statesman guide at TV Tome. A British comedy that might be described as a combination ofYes, Minister and Blackadder, this is the story of A. B'Stard, a statesman in the tradition of Genghis Khan, who will stop at nothing to make himself richer and more comfortable. Arguably the most conservative member of the British Parliament, he is aided by a witless colleague, MP Piers Fletcher-Dervish.moreless
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    Teenage Kicks

    Teenage Kicks

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    ITV (ended 2008)
    Newly divorced, Vernon moves in with his teenage kids in their student flat and can't wait to recapture the glory days of his rebellious youth. Too bad his kids think otherwise, as for them, he is just the uncool dad. Adrian Edmondson stars as Vernon and is also the writing brain behind the stories.moreless
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    It's a Funny Old Week

    It's a Funny Old Week

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    Jason Manford presents It's A Funny Old Week where he looks back at various news stories of the last week and finds the comedy in each of them. He also invites a comedian in each episode to deliver a stand-up routine.moreless
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    Keith Lemon's LemonAid

    Keith Lemon's LemonAid

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    Comedian Keith Lemon wants to help people out. Each week on LemonAid he meets real people, and his own zany way he tries to help them out.
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    The Piglet Files

    The Piglet Files

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    ITV (ended 1992)
    This is a British comedy about an electronics expert who gets a job at MI5. His name is Peter Chapman - code name Piglet. Of course, he can never tell his wife what he really does for a living...moreless
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    The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine

    The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine

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    ITV (ended 1972)
    British sketch comedy show; aired in the US on ABC-TV from April 12 to August 23, 1972.
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    See You Friday

    See You Friday

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    ITV (ended 1997)
    Greg and Lucy meet on the final night of their separate holidays in Greece. They want to see one another again, but he lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and she is based in London. Over the coming weeks, they attempt to maintain a long-distance romance, taking it in turns to travel every Friday. See You Friday was a Yorkshire Television production for the ITV network.moreless
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    At Last the 1948 Show

    At Last the 1948 Show

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    ITV (ended 1968)
    This precursor to Monty Python's Flying Circus is a showcase of the Britain's young comedy talent of 1967. Fresh from their successful writing on The Frost Report were Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graham Chapman, John Cleese and Marty Feldman, the latter of whom made At Last the 1948 Show his television debut. Each writer brought his own forte to the scripting of At Last the 1948 Show. Feldman introduced the internal logic of sketches. "You could have everyone sitting in dustbins or dressed as carrots," John Cleese explained, "but if someone walks in who isn't dressed as a carrot, or isn't wheeled in in a dustbin, you have to explain why not…There mustn't be any inconsistent bits or contradictions…I think that's how people's minds work." Graham Chapman's comedic mind worked in strange and wondrous ways. In his obituary for Graham in 1989, Cleese wrote: "As a writer, he had two rare gifts: the ability to get us unstuck with some inspired off-the-wall conceit whilst I was enmeshed in very on-the-wall musings, and the priceless talent of knowing whether something was funny or not. I noticed this early and relied upon it shamelessly." None of these men relied on the conventions of television comedy. At Last the 1948 Show began to fool with the shape of TV comedy, a direction that would bring forth Monty Python's Flying Circus. For many years, the tapes of At Last the 1948 Show were believed to have been wiped out or erased, but copies have shown up from Britain to Sweden. One network, BBC-4, highlighted At Last the 1948 Show for a night-long selection of 1960s comedies billed as "Missing, Believed Wiped." Cleese admitted the quality of the recovered shows isn't good, but "it is fascinating to see some of Marty's first screen stuff."moreless
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    Robin's Nest

    Robin's Nest

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    Robin Tripp from Man about the House has left Chrssy and Jo behind and set up his own bistro along with his fiancee Victoria (Tessa Wyatt), with her father as a not-so-silent "silent partner". The spin-off series was once again created and written by Johnny Mortimer and Brian Cooke and aired on Thames Television from January 1977 to March 1981. Following the trend to Americanize the Man About the House/George & Mildred franchise, an American version of Robin's Nest was made, called Three's a Crowd.moreless
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    Adam's Family Tree

    Adam's Family Tree

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    Adam is a young boy with an amazing gift. By inputting a family tree CD into his computer and choosing a family member, he can call them up into the present to help him out with whatever spot of bother he's managed to get himself into. Adam's family tree was a children's show airing in the UK on ITV1 between 1997 and 1999.moreless
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    Do Not Adjust Your Set

    Do Not Adjust Your Set

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    ITV (ended 1969)
    Welcome to the Do Not Adjust Your Set guide at TV.com. British children's sitcom
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    After Henry

    After Henry

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    ITV (ended 1992)
    When Sarah French's husband Henry died, he left her well-off financially, but she must share her big old house with her mother Eleanor who lives in the basement apartment, and her daughter Clare who lives upstairs.

    Unfortunately, this arrangement gives Sarah all sorts of problems. Eleanor is interfering and demanding while Clare is torn between wanting to assert her independence and expecting her mother to clean up the mess when things go wrong. Sarah shoulders her burdens with humor while holding a job in an antique bookshop to keep her sanity-with the help of her very understanding boss Russell who always picks up the pieces when her self-confidence takes another knock.

    The show is based on the BBC Radio 4 series of the same name.moreless
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    The Adventures of Don Quick

    The Adventures of Don Quick

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    The Adventures of Don Quick is a science fiction satire based on the character on Don Quixote, featuring astronaut Don Quick. As a member of the Intergalactic Maintenance Squad, Quick should only be concerned with fixing what needs to be broken, but each time he and his companion Sam Czopanser land on a new planet, he tries to go about setting right imaginary wrongs. His knack for interfering tends to upset the balance of whatever society he is in. The Adventures of Don Quick was impressively designed with a decent budget, with elaborate sets, costumes, and state-of-the-art special effects.moreless
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    The Wackers

    The Wackers

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    ITV (ended 1975)
    The Wackers was set in Liverpool and it tried and was ultimately unsuccessfully at drawing humour from Ethnic differences. The show focused on the Clarkson family who were half Protestant and half Catholic and to make family matters even more difficult was that half were Everton supporters and half Liverpool supporters. Ken Jones (Billy Clarkson) and Sheila Fay (Mary Clarkson) play the parents in this show. Both are from Liverpool originally and are also married to each other in real life. The children are played by Alison Steadman (Bernadette Clarkson), Keith Chegwin (Raymond Clarkson) and David Casey (Tony Clarkson). Lasting only six episodes people at the time were not fond of the debauchery jokes.moreless
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    Up the Elephant and Round the Castle

    Up the Elephant and Round the Castle

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    ITV (ended 1985)
    Up the Elephant and Round the Castle is a sitcom starring Jim Davidson as Jim London who is out of work, a bachelor and quite a partier. However he has just learnt that he has inherited a Victorian terraced house "17 Railway Terrace" in the Elephant and Castle district of South London. However he finds that owning his own home is not all that easy.moreless
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