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All Rise for Julian Clary

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The first in a new seven-part series in which comedian Julian Clary holds court, presiding overthe grievances of the public and acting asjudge and jury. Held in check by his clerk (played by Frank Thornton from Are You Being Served?) Julian dispenses his own brand of justice to all concerned, including celebrity guest Lionel Blair.
Written by Julian Clary , John Irwin and David McGillivray Director Mark Mylod ; Producer Claudia Lloyd
♦ See This Week:page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Clary
Played By: Frank Thornton
Unknown: Lionel Blair.
Written By: Julian Clary
Written By: John Irwin
Written By: David McGillivray
Director: Mark Mylod

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All Rise for Julian Clary

BBC Two England, 27 September 1996 21.30






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