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The All-New Alexei Sayle Show 2


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The first in a new six-part series of the award-winning comedy sketch show from anarchic comedian Alexei Sayle.
Regulars include Alfred Marks, Arabella Weir and Stephen Lewis, joined tonight by guests including John Sparkes and James Dreyfus. See today's choices.
See This Week: page 11
See John Peel: page 12

The All-New Alexei Sayle Show 2 9.30pm BBC2
Now officially "award-winning" (the first series won the Bronze Rose at last year's Montreux television festival), Alexei Sayle's sketch show returns with a full cast of characters (including clapped-out comedian Bobby Chariot) and with support from Jenny Agutter, Peter Capaldi and Jim Carter.
Sayle's co-writers Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews have recently scored a hit with C4's Father Ted. And while this series is on the air, Sayle himself will be travelling through Syria and Jordan reporting for a new series of Great Railway Journeys.


Comedian: Alexei Sayle
[Actor]: Alfred Marks
[Actor]: Arabella Weir
[Actor]: Stephen Lewis
[Actor]: John Sparkes
[Actor]: James Dreyfus
Director: Metin Huseyin
Producer: Alan Nixon

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The All-New Alexei Sayle Show 2

BBC Two England, 16 June 1995 21.30

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