1966 And All That

Episodes

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20060606

Radio 2 introduces a 'sound' portrait of what else was going on in July 1966. From Alf Garnett to Harold Wilson, Vietnam to Carnaby St, Dixon to Z Cars, and Big L to the Light Programme.

20060908

1/4. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain begins with the 1920s and 1930s, when King George utters some unmemorable last words; DH Lawrence of Arabia writes Lady Chatterbox's Llama; and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC, but finds there's not much on...

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20060915

2/4. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain reaches the 1940s. The French Resistance struggles to victory under General de Girl; Hitler gets stuck in a bunker with his Gerbil and John Humphrys interviews Winston Churchill...

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20060922

3/4. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain reaches the 1960s. Albert Einstein discovers The Beatles, while for the first time, the nation discovers sex. We take a look at the era of Flour Power; the World Cup is won by a team of men all called Bobby; and the Royal Family attempts to stay with-it by barbecuing...

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20060929

4/4. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain reaches the 1960s. Neil Knock-Knock, an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party; Jeffrey Archer reveals he's won the Nobel Prize; Lloads of London goes pear-shaped; and John Minor stands against himself, and loses...

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20070102

1/2. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain examines the 1960s. Albert Einstein discovers The Beatles while the nation discovers sex. Flour Power reigns and the World Cup is won by a team of men all called Bobby. The Royal Family attempts to stay with-it by barbecuing.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20070109

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

2/2. Neil Knock-Knock, an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party. Jeffrey Archer reveals he has won the Nobel Prize. Lloads of London goes pear-shaped and John Minor stands against himself and loses.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey, Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20070828

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

1/2. In the 1920s and 30s, King George utters some unmemorable last words, DH Lawrence of Arabia writes Lady Chatterbox's Llama and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC but finds there's not much on.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey, Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

20070904

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

2/2. The French Resistance struggle to victory under General de Girl, Hitler gets stuck in a bunker with his Gerbil and John Humphrys interviews Winston Churchill.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey, Margaret Cabourn-Smith.

011920s And 1930s2006090820070828
20110404 (BBC7)
20110405 (BBC7)
20121209 (BBC7)
20140126 (BBC7)
20150722 (BBC7)

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-smith.Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Premiere. Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Premiere.

Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV.

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

King George utters some unmemorable last words; DH Lawrence of Arabia writes Lady Chatterbox's Llama; and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC, but finds there's not much on.

011920s And 1930s2006090820070828
20110404 (BBC7)
20110405 (BBC7)
20121209 (BBC7)

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

With Joss Ackland, Eleanor Bron, Rory Bremner, John Humphrys, Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-smith.Premiere. Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Premiere.

Marge Simpson marries royalty and John Yogi Bear invents TV.

Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

King George utters some unmemorable last words; DH Lawrence of Arabia writes Lady Chatterbox's Llama; and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC, but finds there's not much on.

021940s2006091520070904
20110411 (BBC7)
20110412 (BBC7)
20121216 (BBC7)
20140202 (BBC7)

Big Mac is the Prime Minister. You've never had it so long! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Big Mac is the Prime Minister.

You've never had it so long!

You've never had it so long! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

The French Resistance struggles to victory under General de Girl; Hitler gets stuck in a bunker with his Gerbil and John Humphrys interviews Winston Churchill

021940s2006091520070904
20110411 (BBC7)
20110412 (BBC7)
20121216 (BBC7)

Big Mac is the Prime Minister. You've never had it so long! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Big Mac is the Prime Minister.

You've never had it so long!

You've never had it so long! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

The French Resistance struggles to victory under General de Girl; Hitler gets stuck in a bunker with his Gerbil and John Humphrys interviews Winston Churchill

031960s2006092220070102
20110418 (BBC7)
20110419 (BBC7)
20140209 (BBC7)

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool!

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

Albert Einstein discovers The Beatles, while for the first time, the nation discovers sex.

We take a look at the era of Flour Power; the World Cup is won by a team of men all called Bobby; and the Royal Family attempts to stay with-it by barbecuing.

031960s2006092220070102
20110418 (BBC7)
20110419 (BBC7)

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool!

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.

From September 2006.

Albert Einstein discovers The Beatles, while for the first time, the nation discovers sex.

We take a look at the era of Flour Power; the World Cup is won by a team of men all called Bobby; and the Royal Family attempts to stay with-it by barbecuing.

04 LASTThe 1980s And 90s2006092920070109
20110418 (BBC7)
20121223 (BBC7)
20121230 (BBC7)
20140216 (BBC7)

Neil Knock-Knock and John Minor make the political headlines. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Neil Knock-Knock, an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party; Jeffrey Archer reveals he's won the Nobel Prize; Lloads of London goes pear-shaped; and John Minor stands against himself, and loses.

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

04 LASTThe 1980s And 90s2006092920070109
20110418 (BBC7)
20121223 (BBC7)
20121230 (BBC7)

Neil Knock-Knock and John Minor make the political headlines. Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.

Neil Knock-Knock, an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party; Jeffrey Archer reveals he's won the Nobel Prize; Lloads of London goes pear-shaped; and John Minor stands against himself, and loses.

It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. From September 2006.