On The Whole It's Been Jolly Good

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Maurice Denham stars as ex-MP Sir Plympton Makepeace, looking back on his years in power.

Maurice Denham stars as ex-MP Sir Plympton Makepeace, in a monologue looking back on his sixty glorious years in power.

Peter Tinniswood's monologue written to celebrate the diamond jubilee.

With Maurice Denham.

Maurice Denham is Sir Plympton Makepeace, in Peter Tinniswood's monologue.

Maurice Denham is Sir Plympton Makepeace.

Peter Tinniswood's monologue written to mark the actor's 60 years in broadcasting.

Peter Tinniswood's monologue written to celebrate the diamond jubilee in broadcasting of Maurice Denham, who stars as Sir Plympton Makepeace.

Maurice Denham stars in Peter Tinniswood's monologue written to celebrate the actor's 60 years in broadcasting.

Maurice Denham is ex-MP Sir Plympton Makepeace reflecting on 60 glorious years in power.

Maurice Denham is ex-MP Sir Plympton Makepeace reflecting on 60 glorious years in power. Peter Tinniswood's comic monologue.

Maurice Denham is ex-MP Plympton Makepeace, reflecting on 60 glorious years in The House.

Maurice Denham is ex-MP Sir Plympton Makepeace, reflecting on 60 glorious years in The House. Monologue by Peter Tinniswood.