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Starring Su Pollard as Iris and Gorden Kaye as Bernard in the series by Vince Powell and Mike Craig. With David Ross ,
Marlene Sidaway , Peter Wheeler and Julie Higginson.
A Mike Craig Enterprises production
Repeated Saturday at 1.30pm


Su Pollard
Gorden Kaye
Vince Powell
Mike Craig.
David Ross
Marlene Sidaway
Peter Wheeler
Julie Higginson.
Mike Craig

Lisa Stewart , one of country music's bubbliest young personalities, brings the curtain down on Country Club's celebrity season. Reared on a diet of blues and country music in her home state of Mississippi, Lisa has also been influenced by folk, jazz and even opera, which she studied at university in Nashville. But BNA Records spotted her obvious talent for country music, and now she divides her time between careers as a recording star and as a TV hostess on the syndicated
Number One Country. Tonight she mixes old favourites with the best of Nashville's current crop, and her own hits.
After 8.00 Richard Wootton joins Lisa for a look back at country music in 1994.


Lisa Stewart
Richard Wootton

The last episode of Jimmy Perry's comedy about the early days of the BBC.
John Brown has decided that the BBC will broadcast the 1923 Oxford v Cambridge boat race. So the rest of the staff rally round to find a way to bring off the transmission, at whatever cost.


Jimmy Perry
John Brown:
Graham Crowden
Colonel Beecham:
Jimmy Perry
Admiral Charles Carpenter:
Peter Cellier
Roger Eccles:
Jeffrey Holland
Phyllis Godfrey:
Amanda Bellamy
Rex Murray:
Logan Murray
Jeffrey Stainton:
Chris Luscombe
Sgt Lucas:
Bill Pertwee
Miss Nightingale/Dame Plunkett-Plunkett:
Joanna Monro
Isabel Blair:
Julie Gibbs
Toby Longworth
Bobby Bright:
Leonard Kirby
Fred 'Keep 'em Laughing' Hicks:
Roy Hudd
Other parts played by:
Brian Bowles

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