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: Ballylenon

: Ballylenon

: Big Toe Books

: Somebody Laughed

A selection of shows written by Eddie Braben , including Morecambe and Wise (1977). The Show with Ten Legs (1977), The Ken Dodd Show (1963), Jimmy's Cricket Team (1991), The Worst Show on the Wireless (1975); The Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show (1977)

Contributors

Written By: Eddie Braben
Unknown: Ken Dodd

: The Wench Is Dead

Inspector Morse story from Colin Dexter 's novel, starring John Shrapnel

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Dexter
Unknown: John Shrapnel

: How Tickled Am I?

Mark Radclife profiles comedian Robb Wilton

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Radclife
Comedian (archive clips): Robb Wilton

: CBeebies Radio on BBC7

songs, rhymes and stories for younger listeners

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show

comedy from New York's Town Hall, with music by Bob Dorough

Contributors

Music By: Bob Dorough

: The Seventh Dimension

Journey Into Space: The World in Peril (8/20)

: The Seventh Dimension

The Coma. by Alex Garland (1/5)

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Garland

: Westway

Omnibus

: Somebody Laughed

as 9am

: The Seventh Dimension

Journey Into Space: The World in Peril (8/20), as 6pm

: The Seventh Dimension

The Coma (1/5), as 6.30

: The Wench Is Dead

as 12 noon

: How Tickled Am I?

as 1.30pm

: Somebody Laughed

Eddie Braben Special, as 9am








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