This first programme takes the pictures as its theme, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the cinema.
In this second programme his theme is censorship, featuring clips from `I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again', Stan Freberg, Hudson and Landry, Craig Ferguson, National Lampoon, Frankie Howerd and Vivian Stanshall.
Plus examples of what you can and cannot get away with - dating back to the 1930s.
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Today's theme is the media, and the programme features clips from Stan Freberg, Martin and Molloy, Robert Klein, `I'm Sorry, I'll Read that Again', Eddie Izzard, Fry and Laurie, Lee Evans, and the cast of `On the Hour'.
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In this programme, he tries to capture the youth market by taking popular culture as his theme.
Featuring clips from the University of Tooting Bec's own boy band, the Texas Chainsaw Orchestra, the Shirehorses, Weird Al Yancovic, and Frankie Howerd singing `Blue Suede Shoes'.
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In this final programme he takes comedy and song as his theme.