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The Funny Side of Christmas

on BBC One London

A specially written show taking a lighthearted view of this festive season.
Starring in alphabetical order: Ronnie Barker, Lynda Baron, John Barron, David Copperfield, Ronnie Corbett, Wendy Craig, Les Dawson, Paul Eddington, Derek Fowlds, Nigel Hawthorne, Lenny Henry, David Jason, Barbara Lott, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Bill Owen, Geoffrey Palmer, Griff Rhys Jones, Leonard Rossiter, Peter Sallis, Mel Smith, Tracey Ullman, Brian Wilde, Pauline Yates
Introduced by Frank Muir and written by: ROY CLARKE, IAN DAVIDSON, ANTONY JAY, CARLA LANE, JONATHAN LYNN, DAVID NOBBS, TERRY RAVENSCROFT,
GRIFF RHYS JONES, MEL SMITH, JOHN SULLIVAN and PETER VINCENT
Producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

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Ronnie Barker
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Lynda Baron
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John Barron
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David Copperfield
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Ronnie Corbett
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Wendy Craig
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Les Dawson
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Paul Eddington
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Derek Fowlds
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Nigel Hawthorne
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Lenny Henry
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David Jason
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Barbara Lott
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Nicholas Lyndhurst
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Bill Owen
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Geoffrey Palmer
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Griff Rhys Jones
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Leonard Rossiter
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Peter Sallis
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Mel Smith
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Tracey Ullman
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Brian Wilde
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Pauline Yates
Introduced By:
Frank Muir
Written By:
Roy Clarke
Written By:
Ian Davidson
Written By:
Antony Jay.
Written By:
Carla Lane
Written By:
Jonathan Lynn
Written By:
David Nobbs
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Terry Ravenscroft
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Griff Rhys
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Mel Smith
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John Sullivan
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Peter Vincent
Producer:
Robin Nash

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