The Odd Half Hour

Sketch show looking at modern life's pains, large and small.

A show for anyone who is beginning to find this exciting new century a bit too much like all the rubbish previous centuries.

Episodes

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Sketch show looking at modern life's pains, large and small.

A show for anyone who is beginning to find this exciting new century a bit too much like all the rubbish previous centuries.

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Hurted Claims;

(Theme tune);

Outdoor broadcasting from the Owl Festival;

Gangsters ecologically disposing of a body;

Injury claims;

Boox (Books with an X) Publishing;

Marketing Bump n Grind Coffee;

Property Property Property;

Mum Therapy;

A Childish Sandwich Bar;

Half Time Pep Talk, Stephens Nude Scene and pop trivia;

Top of the line BMW;

Mint support;

Baby Ears;

Whale Song CD;

Richard Dawkinhs Hymns;

Cuttings and saying goodbye;

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Mole Skin;

(theme tune);

Broadcasting in 3d;

Autopsy proposal;

Two seater pigeons;

The worlds dullest police chases;

Competing Mafias;

Genetically engineering salamander women;

Half time review, and a sneak peek behind the scenes;

Piano similes;

Girl just back from her trip round the world therapy;

Tv format idol;

Faith trains;

Laser eye surgery;

Musical - swivel chair;

Breaking three world records.

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20101116 (BBC7)
20150121 (BBC7)
20160930 (BBC7)

Comedy sketch show starring Kevin Bishop, Stephen K Amos, Doon Mackichan, Justin Edwards and Jessica Ransom. Answering the questions you probably never asked, this week's episode explains how the mouse got in the beans and why you should think twice before sponsoring a dog.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-archer.

The opening episode looks at how the recession is affecting supermarkets, the conspiracy behind celebrity gossip magazines and how Radio 4 is going to rebrand itself.

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20101123 (BBC7)
20150128 (BBC7)

Comedy sketch show starring Kevin Bishop, Stephen K Amos, Doon Mackichan, Justin Edwards and Jessica Ransom. Answering the questions you probably never asked, this week's episode explains why Bagpuss is a bad influence for children, how a seance can go badly wrong and why the vikings never used consumer focus groups.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-archer.

Discover how to name your baby and if there's anything easier done than said" in tonight's show.

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20101130 (BBC7)
20150204 (BBC7)

Comedy sketch show starring Kevin Bishop, Stephen K Amos, Doon Mackichan, Justin Edwards and Jessica Ransom. In this third episode, we meet a woman who believes crystals solve everything, learn about a brand new pension plan and also hear Madeline the naughty cellist upset yet another conductor.

Produced by Simon Mayhew-archer.

Find out what it's like to own your own Hadron Collider and how a spelling mistake landed a man in court.

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20101207 (BBC7)
20150211 (BBC7)

A right-wing intervention and must-have board games. Stars Kevin Bishop, Stephen K Amos and Doon Mackichan. From December 2010.

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Answering the questions you probably never asked, this week's episode explains how the mouse got in the beans and why you should think twice before sponsoring a dog.

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Answering the questions you probably never asked, this week's episode explains why Bagpuss is a bad influence for children, how a seance can go badly wrong and why the vikings never used consumer focus groups.

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In this third episode, we meet a woman who believes crystals solve everything, learn about a brand new pension plan and also hear Madeline the naughty cellist upset yet another conductor.

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In this final episode, we sit in on a right-wing intervention, learn about the must-have board game this Christmas and also hear what happens when Songs of Praise visits the Church of Scientology.