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Saturday, 14.30, BBC Radio 4

Given it’s now been over fifty years, there possibly will come a time in the not too distant future where the vast majority of the public suspect that Archie Andrews never actually existed and is just a joke, given how ridiculous the concept of ventriloquism on the radio appears. The general concensus is that Peter Brough packed it in because when he went on telly everyone saw he was a pretty crap ventriloquist, but apparently he was also fed up with people having no interest in the man behind the doll, and the suspiciously large number of incidents of Archie getting “lost” on his Wikipedia page would suggest Brough was getting pretty careless. Here’s a new drama where Rob Brydon plays Brough and aims to work out what it was that saw him give it all up to run a textile factory.

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TV Cream's TV A-Z
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Play School The Wednesday Play Play For Today
A house! With a door! We travel through the not-so-arch window to pay our respects to PLAY SCHOOL...
THE WEDNESDAY PLAY, the scheduling slot-named precursor to PLAY FOR TODAY and where 'Up The Junction' et al debuted
PLAY FOR TODAY, BBC1's strand of single-dramas which, even now, remains a byword for ‘serious television’. Plus every single PFT indexed.
Nationwide Saturday mornings Programmes for Schools and Colleges
It's time to go... NATIONWIDE as we get 'the good word' on this '70s teatime regional roustabout. "I dunno what a folly is..."
We chronicle the rise and fall of SATURDAY MORNINGS, from Zokko to Swap Shop to - gulp! - The Fun Factory, Get Fresh! and Dick and Dom...
PROGRAMMES FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES, in which Wordy, Powka, David Hargreaves and co teach us what to with an apostrophe.
TiswasTomorrow's World Christmas Logs
"Saturday is TISWAS, never a day to miss, cos..." - well, we get into why in this look at the ace weekend morning show.
Well... this worked much better in rehearsal, but here's our history of TOMORROW'S WORLD, from Baxter to Stableford.
CHRISTMAS LOGS! Hooray! Deck the halls with our look at every telly Yuletide from 1970 up to the present day.
TV Cream's Noughties Time Capsule
Anyone remember the 2000s? Peep into our NOUGHTIES TIME CAPSULE, to discover what from that decade we'd save for posterity.

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TV Cream's Films A-Z
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The Children's Film Foundation Cream Classics Directors' Directory
THE CHILDREN'S FILM FOUNDATION - much loved in Screen Test's observation round, and Phillip Schofield's 'Friday Film' slot...
CREAM CLASSICS is our compilation pack of essential TV Creamy films. Includes Alf's Button Afloat, obviously
And... Action! Meet the masterful men behind the lenses of our most favourite films in TV Cream's DIRECTORS' DIRECTORY
Hall of Fame Independent Producers  
Welcome to our cinematic HALL OF FAME! Here you will meet the likes of Susannah York! Terry-Thomas! And Marianne Stone!"
More A to Z-sequenced fun as we detail the varying fortunes of our favourite... INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS
 

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Radio 1 Jocks Radio 1 Shows Radio 2 Hosts
Who was "parachuted in as cornerstone of Bannisterisation process?" Discover that and more in our rundown of THE RADIO 1 JOCKS
Collins and Maconie, present and correct. Let's looks at RADIO 1 SHOWS. Warning: Contains The Big Holy One
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Radio 2 Shows Radio 4 Programmes Radio 5 Shows
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A special delve into Delve Special, The Archers, Broadcasting House and even Money Box as we look at RADIO 4 PROGRAMMES
More Collins and Maconie, plus Room 101 and a Normski-propogated dance music ‘news’ roundup in our list of RADIO 5 SHOWS
The Others    
Schhhhwwwff fff zzzz... "Steely Dan"... fszzzzzz... "Clive Doig and Jeremy Beadle"... ffzzzshww... "Here are all THE OTHERS". Click!
 
 

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