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Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin's pun-fest, featuring an early TV prototype of BBC 3.

From May 1973.

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20080915 (BBC7)

More excruciating puns courtesy of comedy maestros Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.

From April 1973.

20080907 (BBC7)
20080908 (BBC7)

Puns galore, courtesy of comedy maestros Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.

From April 1973.

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Join Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin for more vintage comedy from June 1973.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

From 1973.

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Another helping of mayhem from Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin.

From 1973.

More mayhem from Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin.

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20081020 (BBC7)

Reg Furtive wants to detonate his wife.

Fast-moving fun from a Slough phone box.

Mayhem, jokes and puns plus a pub on the moon with no atmosphere.

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More excruciating puns courtesy of comedy maestros Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.

From April 1973.

Sketches and jokes from Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin.

First heard in April 1973.

First heard April 1973.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

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20081005 (BBC7)
20081006 (BBC7)

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

From June 1973.

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20081027 (BBC7)

Frank Bough joins Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-taylor and John Junkin's pun and groan fest.

More vintage comedy from May 1976.

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Rapid-fire sketches, painful puns and absurd ditties.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

From October 1979.

Frank Bough1976051620110818 (BBC7)
20131010 (BBC7)

Puntastic fun with Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin, Barry Cryer and Frank Bough.

Fast-moving puntastic fun as Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer welcome Frank Bough. From June 1976.

Fast-moving pun-tastic fun as Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer welcome Frank Bough.

From June 1976.

General Hospital - Racing - Party Political
In The Kitchen - Good Cause - Colditz
Terry Wogan1979110020050724 (BBC7)
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20081110 (BBC7)

Pun-tastic sketches with Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin and special guest Terry Wogan.

From November 1979.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

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20080831 (BBC7)
20080901 (BBC7)
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20110626 (BBC7)
20110627 (BBC7)
20130815 (BBC7)
20150804 (BBC7)
20150808 (BBC7)

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches with excruciating puns.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer punctuate fast-moving short sketches.

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20150811 (BBC7)

The Sexiest Man called Nicholas Parsons. Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin.

The Sexiest Man called Nicholas Parsons. Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor. From April 1973.

The Sexiest Man called Nicholas Parsons.

Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin.

Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor.

From April 1973.

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Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor.

From April 1973.

TV newsreaders and Radio 1 DJs lampooned.

Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor. From April 1973.

TV newsreaders and Radio 1 DJs lampooned. Sketches galore with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor. From April 1973.

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Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin with an early TV prototype of BBC 3.

Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer and John Junkin's pun-fest, featuring an early TV prototype of BBC 3.

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20110721 (BBC7)
20130912 (BBC7)
20150901 (BBC7)

The FBI meets cricket meets Listen With Mother. With Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-taylor

The FBI meets cricket meets Listen With Mother. Pun-fest with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brook-Taylor. From May 1973.

The FBI meets cricket meets Listen With Mother.

With Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-taylor.

Pun-fest with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brook-Taylor.

From May 1973.

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20081005 (BBC7)
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20130919 (BBC7)
20150908 (BBC7)

'This Is Your Life' for the unsung Hilary Crabtree.

'This Is Your Life' for the unsung Hilary Crabtree. Pun-fest, with Barry Cryer

'This Is Your Life' for the unsung Hilary Crabtree. Pun-fest with Barry Cryer, John Junkin and Tim Brooke-taylor. From June 1973.

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Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer welcome Michael Aspel. From June 1973.

Fast-moving fun from a Slough phone box. Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer welcome Michael Aspel

Fast-moving fun from a Slough phone box.

Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer welcome Michael Aspel.

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Tim Brooke-taylor is sick of playing women in the pun-packed sketch show.

Tim Brooke-taylor is sick of playing women in the pun-packed sketch show. With John Junkin

Tim Brooke-taylor is sick of playing women in the pun-packed sketch show. With John Junkin and Barry Cryer. From June 1973.

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0201Did I Catch My What In A Mangle?19740210
0202Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death - Gunshot19740217
0203That's Why The Lady Is A Tramp.19740224
0204In Answer To An Urgent Enquiry From Someone Who Just Signs Himself 'mark Of Sandhurst19740303
0205Ladies And Gentlemen And Gladys Swathley - What Do You Mean Gladys Swathley?19740310
0206Welcome To The Sixteenth Series Of 'hello Cheeky'.19740317
0207'the String Vest Of Infinity', An Epic Poem By john Junkin.19740324
0208Hi There, This Is Tim Again. You Know Ladies And Gentlemen....life Is Funny, Isn't It?19740331
0209And Now For Those Of You Who Like That Kind Of Thing, Here Is The Same Tune Backwards.19740407
0210Hi There Fans, Denis King Hyperstar Here. I Wrote That Tune!19740414
0211And So It Doth Behove That We Should Cling Like Limpets And So Insanity Sit Out The Storm.19740421
0212As Most Of You May Remember, Addie Minter Is Convalescing In The Harpenden Hilton After A Phantom Pregnancy.19740428
0213Music....hello! Goodbye...music.19740505
0214Hello Everyone And Welcome To An Evening With Me. After My Dance I Shall Do Some Paper Tearing. With Aimi Macdonald.19740512
0215 LASTAnd That Music Tells Us Its Time For This Week's Quiet Thought From Patience Strong.19740519
02XMAS1974122419741225
0301Knickers, Knickers, Boobs, Fat Ladies And Poofs. Get All The Rude Bits Out Of The Way.19750309
0302Here Are The Answers To Last Week's Programme. Yes, No, Once In A While, When I Can Get It.19750316
0303The Next Programme Has Been Cancelled Due To An Outbreak Of Good Taste, However Never At A Loss We Present An Awkward Silence.19750323
0304Sound Effects....then 'wish They Gave Us A Dressing-room Nearer The Studio.19750330
0305Listen You Chaps, I've Had A Good Idea!19750406
0306And Our Special Studio Guest Today Is Enid Bolsolver Newly Crowned 'rupture Appliance' Queen Of Sunningdale.19750413
0307The Rain In Spain Stays Mainly In The Plain19750320
0308Good Evening And Welcome To This Edition Of Cheeky Digest19750427
0309Here's Mr. Rupert Lump Who Is Spokesman For Budgerigar Lib.19750504

This show features Tim making continual interruptions in praise of Wolverhampton, because the Mayor and Corporation have offered to come round to babysit if he does, so that he and the wife can go and throw stones at Harold Wilson.

[Yes, Hello Cheeky could be topical!]

0310Hello Cheeky Tonight Comes From A Trappist Monastery.19750511
0311Ooh, Aah, Come On Tim!' 'well, That's Got His Trousers On!19750518
0312That's Funny....that's Very Funny. Hello Cuddles Brooke Taylor!19750525
0313 LASTHere Is john Junkin With This Week's Appeal....come On Darlin - Get 'em Off!'19750601

Aka Joan Bakewell - because she's the guest star - one of the episodes the BBC has kept.

0401Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Priviliged Tonight To Devote The Whole Programme To That Aspect Of Life Which Interests Every Red-blooded Englishman....sport.19760515

Aka "Frank Bough" due to him being the guest.

0402Good Morning And Welcome To Open Wound.19760523
0403Please Is There A Man With A Soul So Dead Who Never To Himself Has Said...?19760530
0404I Checked Out My 45s For Slugs...19760606
0405Well Now It's Time To Call Another Contestant In Our First Ever Radio Spot The Ball Competition.19760613
0406If Music Be The Food Of Love Could You Whistle Me And Egg And Chips Twice?19760620
0407Cheese Sandwich Attacks Cabinet Minister, Chorus Girl To Rescue19760627
0408Let's Go Fo'ard Barry. Aye Aye Mush.19760704
0409Hail Caesar! Beware The Ides Of March.19760711
0410France. The Somme. Through The Early Morning Mist A Tattered Band Of Khaki Figures Appear.19760718
0411My Dog's Got No Nose. How Does He Smell?19760725
0412Ladies And Gentlemen Before The Next Programme Here Is The End Of The Next Programme...19760801
0413I've Done It; I've Done It At Last!19760808
0414To Be Or Not To Be...that Is The Question19760815
0415Ladies And Gentlemen...to Get This Particular Show Off To A Light Frothy Start I Would Like To Tell You About My Hernia.19760822
0416Tim, Tim Where Are You? In My Dressing Room....coming!19760829
04XMASCheeky Whittington And His Magic Ballpoint1976122520031227 (BBC7)
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It's panto time for Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin, Peggy Mount and co.

It's panto time for Tim Brooke-taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin, Peggy Mount, Marti Caine and David Jacobs.

0501Good Evening! (sound Of Orchestra). That's Better!19791007
0502(sound Of Whips & Shouts) Right The Audience Are In, We Can Start!19791014
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Sound effects galore and quickfire pun-tastic fun.

Stars Tim Brooke-taylor.

Stars Tim Brooke-taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer.

From October 1979.

Red Rum, sound effects galore and rapid pun-tastic fun. Stars Tim Brooke-Taylor.

Red Rum, sound effects galore and rapid pun-tastic fun. Stars Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin and Barry Cryer. From October 1979.

0504Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up! Swings And Roundabouts!19791028
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Pun-tastic sketches and special guest Terry Wogan.

Puntastic sketches with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin and guest Terry Wogan.

Puntastic sketches with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, John Junkin and special guest Terry Wogan. From November 1979.

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