Blue Jam

Offbeat entertainment - described as `ambient stupid' - produced by Chris Morris

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05 LAST20140328 (BBC7)

Chris Morris's dark blend of comedy and music. The doctor will see you now. With Julia Davis and Kevin Eldon. From December 1997.

05 LAST

05 LAST20140328 (BBC7)

Chris Morris's dark blend of comedy and music. The doctor will see you now. With Julia Davis and Kevin Eldon. From December 1997.

05 LAST

0101Eee Arth Welcome1997111420140228 (BBC7)

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dark, dreamlike blend of low-key comedy and music. Featuring Julia Davis, Mark Heap and Kevin Eldon. From November 1997.

Imprisoned in the infinite misery jumper? Help is at hand. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy. This opening salvo from the voice of On The Hour and The Day Today features a doctor who kisses everything better, a discussion of who should fill your brain-plate and a gun-toting gibbon.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. It's a surprise to learn who's in it, or that it is in part written by Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

A show produced by the unpredictable Chris Morris.

0101Eee Arth Welcome1997111420140228 (BBC7)

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dark, dreamlike blend of low-key comedy and music. Featuring Julia Davis, Mark Heap and Kevin Eldon. From November 1997.

Imprisoned in the infinite misery jumper? Help is at hand. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy. This opening salvo from the voice of On The Hour and The Day Today features a doctor who kisses everything better, a discussion of who should fill your brain-plate and a gun-toting gibbon.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. It's a surprise to learn who's in it, or that it is in part written by Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

A show produced by the unpredictable Chris Morris.

0102Oob Ab Welcome1997112120140307 (BBC7)

The dreamlike, dark mind of Chris Morris blends low-key comedy with music. Featuring Julia Davis, Amelia Bullmore and Kevin Eldon. From November 1997.

Fall asleep tuned to Radio 1 - and boost the ratings for tomorrow's breakfast show.

Producer Chris Morris

0102Oob Ab Welcome1997112120140307 (BBC7)

The dreamlike, dark mind of Chris Morris blends low-key comedy with music. Featuring Julia Davis, Amelia Bullmore and Kevin Eldon. From November 1997.

Fall asleep tuned to Radio 1 - and boost the ratings for tomorrow's breakfast show.

Producer Chris Morris

0103Ar Oo Mug Welcome1997112820140314 (BBC7)

Offbeat entertainment courtesy of Chris Morris

A trance-like comedic trip courtesy of the inimitable Chris Morris. Featuring David Cann and Julia Davis. From November 1997.

Producer Chris Morris

0103Ar Oo Mug Welcome1997112820140314 (BBC7)

Offbeat entertainment courtesy of Chris Morris

A trance-like comedic trip courtesy of the inimitable Chris Morris. Featuring David Cann and Julia Davis. From November 1997.

Producer Chris Morris

0104Oo Vuf Welcome1997120520140321 (BBC7)

The dark mind of Chris Morris blends comedy and music. Expect club news. With Julia Davis and Kevin Eldon. From December 1997.

Producer Chris Morris

0104Oo Vuf Welcome1997120520140321 (BBC7)

The dark mind of Chris Morris blends comedy and music. Expect club news. With Julia Davis and Kevin Eldon. From December 1997.

Producer Chris Morris

0105Oy Vu Vak Welcome19971212

Producer Chris Morris

0105Oy Vu Vak Welcome19971212

Producer Chris Morris

0106 LASTOoh Vudge Welcome19971219

Last in the current series of Chris Morris' offbeat entertainment show.

Last in the current series.

Producer Chris Morris

0106 LASTOoh Vudge Welcome19971219

Last in the current series of Chris Morris' offbeat entertainment show.

Last in the current series.

Producer Chris Morris

0201Ooh Vudge Welcome1998032720141205 (BBC7)

After the series of repeats, comic genius Chris Morris unleashes a new series on the world.

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dreamlike combination of comedy and music. With Julia Davis, Kevin Eldon, Amelia Bullmore, David Cann and Peter Baynham.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing in the early hours on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in March 1998.

After the series of repeats,

Chris Morris unleashes a new series on the world.

Repeated next Saturday

* See John Peel: page 9

0201Ooh Vudge Welcome1998032720141205 (BBC7)

After the series of repeats, comic genius Chris Morris unleashes a new series on the world.

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dreamlike combination of comedy and music. With Julia Davis, Kevin Eldon, Amelia Bullmore, David Cann and Peter Baynham.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing in the early hours on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in March 1998.

After the series of repeats,

Chris Morris unleashes a new series on the world.

Repeated next Saturday

* See John Peel: page 9

0202Oo Thub Welcome1998040320141212 (BBC7)

Episode two of the new series gets under way.

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dreamlike combination of comedy and music. With Kevin Eldon, Amelia Bullmore, David Cann and Mark Heap.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing in the early hours on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in March 1998.

Repeated next Saturday

0202Oo Thub Welcome1998040320141212 (BBC7)

Episode two of the new series gets under way.

The mind of Chris Morris leaks onto radio in this dreamlike combination of comedy and music. With Kevin Eldon, Amelia Bullmore, David Cann and Mark Heap.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing in the early hours on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in March 1998.

Repeated next Saturday

0203Oo Taz Welcome1998041020141219 (BBC7)

Ambient vibes for the late nights with Chris Morris

Ambient vibes for late nights with Chris Morris.

Repeated next Saturday

Another audio cloud of darkly hilarious comedy from Chris Morris. With Mark Heap, Amelia Bullmore, Julia Davis, Kevin Eldon and David Cann.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in April 1998.

0203Oo Taz Welcome1998041020141219 (BBC7)

Ambient vibes for the late nights with Chris Morris

Ambient vibes for late nights with Chris Morris.

Repeated next Saturday

Another audio cloud of darkly hilarious comedy from Chris Morris. With Mark Heap, Amelia Bullmore, Julia Davis, Kevin Eldon and David Cann.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in April 1998.

0204Aah Oo Ziz Welcome1998041720141226 (BBC7)

Late night ambient vibes with Chris Morris

Repeated next Saturday

Cult dark comedy from the imagination of Chris Morris. With Kevin Eldon, Sally Phillips, Phil Cornwell, Mark Heap, Peter Baynham, David Cann, Amelia Bullmore and Julia Davis.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in April 1998.

0204Aah Oo Ziz Welcome1998041720141226 (BBC7)

Late night ambient vibes with Chris Morris

Repeated next Saturday

Cult dark comedy from the imagination of Chris Morris. With Kevin Eldon, Sally Phillips, Phil Cornwell, Mark Heap, Peter Baynham, David Cann, Amelia Bullmore and Julia Davis.

Are you still lying curare-still, seeking relief in feigning dead? Then welcome, oo-tazz welcome. Chris Morris is here to help you wallow in the melancholy, for the second series of this subversive radio classic.

Immediately prior to Blue Jam's initial burst on radio, Chris Morris had caused a furore with Channel 4's Brass Eye. Yet Blue Jam managed to be a total departure from his previous work. Originally airing late at night on BBC Radio 1, it's a blend of ambient music, deadpan ( sometimes brutal ) sketches and offbeat monologues. A whole audio landscape of the subconscious, the ad-hoc low-fi sheen of production lending it a kind of verisimilitude.

In sharp contrast with the personality-led comedies of recent years, Blue Jam makes a virtue of anonymity. Borat scribe Pater Baynham is one of the writers, and Julia Davis and Amelia Bulmore are among the cast. Rightly winning a clutch of Sony Awards, it remains unique - nothing before or after was remotely like it.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in April 1998.

0205Mm Ah U Zim Pulz Whar Welcome19980424

Late night ambient vibes with the maverick talent that is Chris Morris

Late-night ambient vibes with the talent that is Chris Morris.

Repeated next Saturday

0205Mm Ah U Zim Pulz Whar Welcome19980424

Late night ambient vibes with the maverick talent that is Chris Morris

Late-night ambient vibes with the talent that is Chris Morris.

Repeated next Saturday

0206 LASTOooh Ahhh Ahhh Moorz Moorz Welcom19980501

Last in the present series.

Late-night ambient vibes with the maverick talent that is

Chris Morris. Last in series.

Repeated next Saturday

♦ See Roland White : page 131

0206 LASTOooh Ahhh Ahhh Moorz Moorz Welcom19980501

Last in the present series.

Late-night ambient vibes with the maverick talent that is

Chris Morris. Last in series.

Repeated next Saturday

♦ See Roland White : page 131

0301Package Holiday Welcome19990121

Chris Morris returns to Radio 1 for a new six-part series of Ambient Stupid.

0301Package Holiday Welcome19990121

Chris Morris returns to Radio 1 for a new six-part series of Ambient Stupid.

0302Ar Uh H-hm-hm-hmu Welcome19990128

With Chris Morris

0302Ar Uh H-hm-hm-hmu Welcome19990128

With Chris Morris

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0304Har Com Plusiam Bezhley Welcome19990211
0304Har Com Plusiam Bezhley Welcome19990211
0305Al Trang Un Sabers Welcome19990218
0305Al Trang Un Sabers Welcome19990218
0306 LASTOo Huxterpaz Welcome19990225

Last in series.

0306 LASTOo Huxterpaz Welcome19990225

Last in series.