ISIRTA plays, A-C

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I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again
A - C plays
Genre Comedy
Running time 30 minutes
Country of origin United Kingdom
Home station BBC Home Service
Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor
John Cleese
Graeme Garden
David Hatch
Jo Kendall
Bill Oddie

ISIRTA plays, A-C

Plays, with titles beginning with 'A', 'B' and 'C' on the radio comedy programme "I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again"

Contents

A plays[edit]

Ali Baba and the 38 Thieves[edit]

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Alice in Wonderland[edit]

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All Hands on Venus[edit]

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  • Skit: Club El Carroway

(new Signature Tune: Tango)

  • Skit: Wales Travelogue, Documentary
  • Skit: Operating Theatre
  • Song: "I'm Gonna Live"
  • Play: "All Hands on Venus" (future)

Angus Prune Story[edit]

Angus Sotherby's Detective Agency[edit]

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Audible Road Signs[edit]

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B plays[edit]

Beau Legs[edit]

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Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School[edit]

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Boadicea – The British Army[edit]

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Britain for the British (Ireland)[edit]

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Bunny and Claude[edit]

Cast[edit]

(cast in order of appearance)

Main characters are listed in bold letters

  • Claude — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Bunny — Jo Kendall
  • W. C. Moss — Bill Oddie
  • Old Chap — Graeme Garden
  • Police Sergeant — Graeme Garden
  • Police Constable Masher — John Cleese
  • Buck (Bunny's brother) — David Hatch
  • Blanche (Buck's Wife) — Tim Brooke-Taylor

Structure of the episode[edit]

David Hatch Show (Dave's Diary)

  • Skit and song: "Magical Mystery Four: I Am the Milkman"
  • Skit: Libel Suit:
  • Mr. Crawley, (the Defendant) — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Henry, (Lawyer, etc. etc.) — John Cleese
  • The Secretary (to Henry) — Jo Kendall
  • Play: Bunny and Claude

Butler Dunnit[edit]

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C plays[edit]

Camelot[edit]

aka "Knights of the Round Table"

Cast[edit]

Main characters are listed in bold letters

Narrated by David Hatch

  • King Arthur — John Cleese
  • Queen Guinevere — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Sir Prancelot — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Sir Loin of Worcester — Bill Oddie
  • Lady Fiona — Jo Kendall
  • Black Knight — David Hatch
  • Merlin — Bill Oddie
  • Servant — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Jester — Bill Oddie
  • Herald — Tim Brooke-Taylor

extra sounds

  • Seal — courtesy of Bill Oddie
  • Groaning table — courtesy of Tim Brooke-Taylor

Structure of the episode[edit]

  • Skit: Magician and Wife in the middle of the Night
  • Skit: Three babies sketch - (Counting and Alphabet)
  • Song: "Waiter, There's a Walrus in My Soup"
  • Play: "Camelot" (aka "Knights of the Round Table")

Champion, the Wonder Mouse[edit]

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Catermole Sharp and Dr. Gaskit[edit]

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  • Skit: Audible Road Signs
  • Skit: Astronaut (Quiz show)
  • Skit: Grocery shopping for Warlock (Black Magic)
  • Busker song: "Knitting"
  • Play:"Catermole Sharp and Dr. Gaskit" (Sherlock Holmes)

Champion the Wonder Mouse[edit]

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  • Skit: Good Evening: (Change of Signature Tune)
  • Skit: The Coming of Spring
  • Skit: John and Mary sketch (Production of Humpty Dumpty)
  • Play: "Champion the Wonder Mouse"

(please note: information about this episode is incomplete, due to a breakdown in radio transmission)

A Christmas Carrot[edit]

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Circus Life[edit]

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Cleopatra and Caesar[edit]

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The Colditz Story[edit]

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This episode features John Cleese as the Commandant of Colditz Prison which is filled with Cockney prisoners who he fears are always trying to escape, the prisoners are all named Nobby or Chalky. Cleese takes great delight in the German SS roll call which features such notables as Herr Brush, Herr Net, Herr Restorer, and Herr Cut, his love of doing his German accent previews Basil Fawlty's strutting in the Germans episode of Fawlty Towers ("Don't mention the war!").

The Curse of the Flying Wombat (13-part serial)[edit]

The Curse of the Workington Shillelagh[edit]

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