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Comedy Night


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Never Mind the Buzzcocks
Tony Blackburn, Gary Moore, Mint Royale's Chris Baker and comedian Jackie Clune guest on the comic pop quiz. Hosted by Mark Lamarr.
Director Paul Wheeler; Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
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9.30 Early Doors
Will policemen Nige and Phil be joining the boys from the Grapes on a day out at the races? Last in the series.
Written by Craig Cash and Phil Mealey; Director Adrian Shergold Producers
Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton Repeated next Saturday (S) (W)


Panellist (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Tony Blackburn
Panellist (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Gary Moore
Panellist (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Chris Baker
Panellist (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Jackie Clune
Presenter (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Mark Lamarr
Director (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Paul Wheeler
Producer (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Simon Bullivant
Producer (Never Mind the Buzzcocks): Warren Prentice
Writer (Early Doors): Craig Cash
Writer (Early Doors): Phil Mealey
Director (Early Doors): Adrian Shergoid
Producer (Early Doors): Lucy Ansbro
Producer (Early Doors): John Rushton
Joe: Craig Cash
Ken: John Henshaw
Jean: Rita May
Winnie: Joan Kempson
Eddie: Mark Benton
Joan: Lorraine Cheshire
Tommy: Rodney Litchfield
Duffy: Phil Mealey
Tanya: Susan Cookson
Melanie: Christine Bottomley
Liam: James McAvoy
Nige: Peter Wight
Phil: James Quinn

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