Listen To Les

Classic sketches, songs and monologues from the maestro of dead-pan humour - Les Dawson

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Lugubrious Les with a tale of when the worm turned, and Cosmo discusses modern art.

Lugubrious Les Dawson with a tale of when the worm turned, and Cosmo discusses modern art. With Eli Woods. From March 1985.

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Les Dawson pays tribute to a feisty barber and Cosmo Smallpiece chairs a chat show.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From January 1985.

Les Dawson and pals Daphne Oxenford and Eli Woods pay tribute to a feisty barber and discuss parachute drops.

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Les Dawson with tales of 1920s gangsters and romantics at the dole office.

From 1981.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From January 1981.

There are tales of gangsters from the 1920s and romantics at the dole office.

With Les Dawson and chums.

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Les Dawson presents stand-up, sketches and his unforgettable piano sing-along.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From December 1980.

From 1980.

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Les Dawson presents stand-up, sketches and his unrivalled piano sing-along.

From 1979.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From November 1979.

Les Dawson is joined by Daphne Oxenford and Colin Edwynn for half an hour of laughs and music.

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Les Dawson joins Daphne Oxenford and Colin Edwynn for sketches and songs.

Written and produced by James Casey.

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Les Dawson with more stylish piano playing and the tragic tale of a man so thin he was once used as a dipstick.

From 1976.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of dead-pan humour, from March 1995.

Episode 4 of 4.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of dead-pan humour, from March 1995.

Cissie urges Ada to get out more.

Episode 3 of 4.

The lugubrious northern comedian is joined by Roy Barraclough and Daphne Oxenford in a show full of mirth, including characters such as 'Cissie and Ada' and 'Wotan - Man of Steel'.

The series was first broadcast in 1995, and produced in Manchester by Mike Craig..

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Classic sketches and songs from master of deadpan humour Les Dawson.

Including a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.

Episode 1 of 4.

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Classic sketches and songs from the master of dead-pan humour - including a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.

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Classic sketches, songs and monologues from the maestro of dead-pan humour Les Dawson.

From March 1995.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of deadpan humour, Les Dawson, from March 1995.

Cissie urges Ada to get out more.

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including a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of dead pan humour, from March 1995.

Cissie urges Ada to get out more.

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Classic sketches and songs from the master of dead-pan humour - including a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.

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Classic sketches and songs from the master of deadpan humour Les Dawson.

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including a tuneless piano sing-a-long!.

Classic sketches, songs and monologues from the master of dead-pan humour Les Dawson - with Cissie and Ada pondering marriage!.

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Les Dawson presents 'Love in the Dole Queue', Cosmo Smallpiece and a piano sing-along.

With Colin Edwynn.

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Les Dawson presents 'Love in the Dole Queue', Cosmo Smallpiece and a piano sing-along.

Les Dawson presents 'Love in the Dole Queue', Cosmo Smallpiece and a piano sing-along. With Colin Edwynn. From November 1979.

With Colin Edwynn.

From November 1979.

Les Dawson presents Dallas UK, culture with Cosmo Smallpiece and a piano sing-along.

Les Dawson welcomes Cosmo Smallpiece and bashes out a classic piano sing-along.

With Daphne Oxenford.

Les Dawson welcomes saucy Cosmo Smallpiece and bashes out a classic piano sing-along.

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Les Dawson on the British sense of humour, animal noises galore and a piano sing-along.

With Daphne Oxenford.

Stand up, sketches and piano playing with Les Dawson - who also provides the animal noises.

Les Dawson is joined by Daphne Oxenford and Colin Edwynn for sketches and songs.

From January 1981.

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Les Dawson with his own versions of Dallas and Columbo, plus more piano bashing. With Colin Edwynn. From January 1981.

Les Dawson with his own versions of Dallas and Columbo, plus more piano bashing.

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Les Dawson's tales of 1920s gangsters, dole office romantics and tinkling the ivories.

Les Dawson's tales of 1920s gangsters, dole office romantics and tinkling the ivories. With Daphne Oxenford. From January 1981.

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Les Dawson on the British sense of humour, plus animal noises galore and a piano singalong. With Colin Edwynn. From January 1981.

Les Dawson on the British sense of humour, plus animal noises galore and a piano singalong

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Les Dawson is joined by Daphne Oxenford, Colin Edwynn and Roy Barraclough for half an hour of laughs and music.

From 1983.

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Les Dawson's topics are marriages and mothers-in-law, plus Wotan Man of Steel. From 1985.

Les Dawson's topics are marriages and mothers-in-law, plus Wotan Man of Steel camps it up. With Daphne Oxenford. From March 1985.

Les Dawson's topics are marriages and mothers-in-law, plus Wotan Man of Steel.

From 1985.

Les Dawson's topics are marriages and mothers-in-law, plus Wotan Man of Steel camps it up.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From March 1985.

Les Dawson's topic is marriage and mothers-in-laws! Also featuring 'Wotan, Man of Steel'.

Les Dawson's topic is marriage and mothers-in-laws, plus Wotan and Man of Steel.

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Cissie urges Ada to get out more.

Classic sketches, songs and monologues from the maestro of dead-pan humour, Les Dawson.

From March 1995.

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Favourites from Les, including kissing the wife's black eye patch, and Cissy and Ada ponder over a Devonshire split.

Favourites from Les Dawson.

Including kissing the wife's black eyepatch, and Cissy and Ada ponder over a Devonshire split.

Episode 2 of 4.

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Housewife Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on fox hunting. Stars Les Dawson and Roy Barraclough. From July 1983.

Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on fox hunting. From July 1983.

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Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on the ballet. Stars Les Dawson and Roy Barraclough. From September 1983.

Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on the ballet. From September 1983.

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Les Dawson presents a duck appeal, Cissie and Ada, plus his legendary piano sing-along.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From June 1975.

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There's a chance to Singalong With Les, This Week's Appeal (in aid of the Blue-Nosed Fruit Duck) plus Cissie and Ada.

From 1975.

Les Dawson presents a duck appeal, Cissie and Ada talk mothers, plus a piano sing-along.

With Daphne Oxenford.

From June 1975.

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Les Dawson with more stylish piano playing and the tragic tale of a man so thin he was once used as a dipstick.

From 1976.

Les Dawson with more stylish piano playing and the tale of a man so thin he was once used as a dipstick.

From October 1976.

Les Dawson with the tale of a man so thin he was once used as a dipstick.

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Classic sketches and songs from master of deadpan humour Les Dawson.

Including a hungry Cissie and Ada down at the health farm.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of deadpan humour, from March 1995.

Cissie urges Ada to get out more.

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Classic comedy, sketches and monologues from the king of dead-pan humour, from March 1995.