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Fri Mar 21 17:12:18 2014 UTClccn-no990608740.10I'm soryy I'll read that again 2 /0.180.28Rule Britannia : the ways and world of the true British gentleman & patriot /37121852Tim_Brooke-Taylorno 990608745050820Brooke-Taylor, Timothy JulianTaylor, Tim Brooke-Taylor Tim Brooke- 1940-....lccn-n85022741Garden, Graemeprfactlccn-n81074401Cleese, Johnscewamprfactlccn-no2011063407Fordyce, Iandrtlccn-n80081800Palin, Michaelprfactlccn-n82022160Chapman, Graham1941-1989sceprfactlccn-no98073093White Star Videolccn-n99259740Cryer, Barry1935-prflccn-n84126683Oddie, Billprfactlccn-no2006016511Speer, Hugoactlccn-no98098889Renton, NicholasdrtBrooke-Taylor, TimDramaTelevision comediesTelevision programsJuvenile worksHistoryHumorAnecdotesGreat BritainEnglish wit and humorTelevision comediesEnglandMurder--InvestigationWomen detectivesMarple, Jane (Fictitious character)Criminal investigationWit and humorLimericksRadio programsManners and customsNational characteristics, BritishPatriotismStand-up comedyRadio comediesGarden, GraemeOddie, BillBrooke-Taylor, TimTelevision quiz showsVocabularyGolfComedy sketchesParodiesCricketRadio game showsCleese, JohnMotion pictures194019671973197419751976197719781980198119831986198819891990199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012230598205791.4575PN1992.77ocn426187527ocn691827728ocn795859941ocn691827713ocn793485511ocn795850208ocn795850179ocn795846404ocn851633757ocn841853342ocn276938284ocn276937438ocn276937429ocn276938263ocn758374554ocn476128338ocn780721527ocn056141685ocn065306633ocn692003809ocn216300343ocn220157352ocn6739555104885ocn028142205visu19930.18Cleese, JohnJohn Cleese on how to irritate peopleTelevision comediesMr. Cleese shows his audience how to irritate for business or pleasure, as well as how to keep his victims just the right temperature under the collar ... one degree below boiling point3351ocn426187527visu20090.13Agatha Christie MarpleDramaMiss Marple returns to help solve mysteries with her keen powers of observation and her quiet common-sense analysis. A pocket full of rye: Who poisoned the wealthy businessman Rex rotescue? Miss Marple barely has time to ponder this question before her former maid Gladys turns up strangled on the Fortescue estate. Murder is Easy: Murder is easy, says elederly Miss Pinkerton to Miss Marple during a chance encounter on a train. However, when Miss Pinkerton herself dies, Miss Marple believes it was no accident. The Do it with Mirrors: Miss Marple's old friend Carrie-Louise has always had a soft heart for charitable causes. This time it's juvenile criminals lodged in a reformatory on her estate. Murder and mystery follow needing Miss Marple's sleuthing skills. Why Didn't they Ask Evans? A dying man's last words turn young Bobby Attfield into an amateur detective. With the help of two assistants, socialite Frankie Derwent and Jane Marple, he sets out to solve the riddle they pose1337ocn061238468visu20050.18At last the 1948 showFeatures the recently rediscovered five episodes of the classic television series that inspired Monty Python1173ocn061238463visu20050.17Rediffusion (Firm)Do not adjust your setJuvenile worksTelevision programsFeatures the recently rediscovered nine episodes of the classic television series that lead to the creation of Monty Python814ocn042274569book19980.19I'm sorry I haven't a clue : the official limerick collection+-+3531737025562ocn010431693book19830.28Brooke-Taylor, TimRule Britannia : the ways and world of the true British gentleman & patriotHistory497ocn224041274visu19940.17The GoodiesStarring Tim, the champion of everything British, Bill the bearded hippie in his rebel combat jacket and Graeme, the mad scientist dreaming up new and impossible schemes. Together they were the Goodies, complete with their own unique style of transport - a three-seater tandem. Contains 8 delicious episodes: Tower of London, Gender Education, 'Kitton Kong', 'The Goodies and the Beanstalk', 'Kung Fu kapers', 'Lighthouse keeping loonies', 'Earthanasia' and 'Saturday night grease. DVD473ocn002074615book19750.28Brooke-Taylor, TimThe goodies book of criminal records461ocn225261936book20060.17Ross, RobertThe Goodies rule OK+-+0254688825324423ocn071290298rcrd20040.16I'm sorry I haven't a Christmas clueFeatures the Christmas Special, called "I'm sorry I haven't a Christmas carol", broadcast on Christmas day 2003. Rather than being the normal quiz show, the regulars will be telling the story of Ebenezer Scrumph and his poor assistant Crotchet with the help of the regular guests - Jeremy Hardy, Sandi Toksvig, Tony Hawks, Andy Hamilton, Linda Smith, and Stephen Fry. A "Clue" extravaganza not to be missed! In addition this audio features the best of the historical christmas "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue"+-+0780708105324423ocn001694683book19740.28Brooke-Taylor, TimThe goodies file+-+8133667725324372ocn013271744book19860.17Brooke-Taylor, TimTim Brook-Taylor's cricket boxAnecdotes371ocn059456432book19990.14The almost totally complete 'I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue' : a listener's guide to the nation's favourite wireless programme+-+3936837025324344ocn226132492book20050.24The Uxbridge English dictionaryHumor+-+8288572555315ocn191801628rcrd20060.17I'm sorry I'll read that againDramaA series of short, humorous skits from the radio show+-+9031210596324302ocn224222443visu20050.14The Goodies a tasty second helping8 episodes, in which the Goodies' office is encased in a 350 ft block of concrete, Boy Scouts are on the run, grannies reject niceness and embrace punk, dancing teams are drugged and more294ocn016564659book19800.20Brooke-Taylor, TimI'm sorry I haven't a clue : the best of forty yearsI'm sorry I haven't a clue is the most listened to comedy programme on British radio. It regularly attracts an audience of 2.5 million listeners on Radio 4, a figure that would put it comfortably into the top ten programmes on BBC2 or Channel 4. The format of the game is very simple: four players - Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke Taylor, Barry Cryer and a guest are given silly things to do by the Chairman Jack Dee, with Colin Sell setting some of them to music. Clue continues to enjoy a long and successful run on BBC Radio 4, and in 2007 the show took on a new life with the first of many national tours, playing to 2500 seat theatres across the country. With the 40th anniversary this autumn, the world of Clue continues to expand and evolve, constantly creating new games and welcoming a new generation of Clue players, attracting new fans along the way264ocn050173787rcrd20000.14I'm sorry I haven't a clueAnother helping of inspired ad-libbery from the multi award-winning BBC Radio 4 series. 'The funniest comedy quiz show of them all.' Sue Arnold, Observer. Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton presides over regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden in another four shows from the antidote to panel games. Accept no substitutions+-+8358008105324242ocn018050065book19880.24Brooke-Taylor, TimTim Brooke-Taylor's golf bagHumorAnecdotes231ocn060267979book19920.10I'm soryy I'll read that again 2+-+2201188105324421ocn059452899book20000.21Ross, RobertThe complete Goodies+-+7020398625324+-+0254688825324+-+0254688825324Fri Mar 21 15:20:02 EDT 2014batch16440