Nico (vilakins) wrote,
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The BBC Song list

communicator made a list of everything mentioned in Mitch Benn's song: 148 TV and radio shows and people. Awww, they drew a little Liberator on the Blake's 7 card. :-D

OK, I don't live in the UK which is going to skew things a lot, but we buy a lot of BBC programmes here (even though the BBC won't let me onto the sites of those we buy).

I've italicised the programmes (and people) I've watched or listened to, bolded the ones I love, and struck out those I've never heard of.

Newsround
Newsnight
iPlayer
Website
Toni Arthur
Brian Cant

Spooks
Adam Adamant
Postman Pat
Blackadder
Hancock
Yes Minister
Later with Jools Holland
Pride and Prejudice
Hitchikers Guide

World service
Stuart Lee
Mr Benn
Casualty
6 Music
Glastonbury
Horrible Histories
Dennis Potter
C-Beebies
Quatermass
Two Ronnies
The Thick of It
Radio 3
Open University
Mark Kermode
Simon Mayo
Round the Horne
Goon Show
Blakes 7
Dick and Dom
Last Night of the Proms
Gardeners' Question Time
Last of the Summer Wine
Steptoe and Son
Clangers
The Young Ones
Edge of Darkness

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Letter from America
The Mighty Boosh
QI
Panorama
Bagpuss
I Claudius
Absolutely Fabulous

John Motson
Red Dwarf
Our friends in the North
Culture Show
Woman's Hour
Charlie and Lola
Alan Partridge
Sherlock
News at 6 o'clock
Live Aid
Likely Lads
Michael Palin
No ads
This Life
That's life
Life on earth
The good life
Captain Pugwash

Tony Hart
Til Death do us Part
Ken Bruce
News Quiz
Keeping Up Appearances
Outnumbered
Miranda
Who do you think you are
Kirsty Wark
Jeremy Paxman
Parkinson
Wogan
Tripods
Fireman Sam
The Ascent of Man
One foot in the grave
Xander (Armstrong) and Ben (Miller)
Rob (Webb) and Dave (Mitchell)
Antiques Roadshow
David Attenborough
Bruce Forsyth
The League of Gentlemen
Have I got news for you
Hairy Bikers
Being Human
In the Night garden
Have I got news for you
You & Me
Me & You
Monty Python
Doctor Who

Top Gear
Merlin
Ivor the Engine
Watchdog
Wimbledon
Springwatch
Formula 1
Blue Peter
Swap Shop
Five Live
Top of the Pops
Trumpton
The Archers
That Was The Week That Was
The Goodies

Songs of Praise
World at One
The Day Today
Sorry I haven't a Clue
Not the Nine O'Clock News
Nationwide
Mr Men
East Enders
Bottom
Gary Lineker
Radio 1
Radio 2
Ripping Yarns
Johnny Ball
Test Match Special
Bergerac
Perfect Day
Radio Active
Howard's Way
Jeremy Hardy
Final Score
(everything on) BBC4
Only Fools (and Horses)
Sky at Night
Shooting Stars
Pete and Dud
Teletubbies
Life on Mars
Radcliffe and Maconie
Jackanory
A Bit of Fry and Laurie
Children in Need Appeal
Douglas Adams
John Peel

On second thoughts, it may have been only our version of That Was The Week That Was that I've seen, but I'll leave it there since it was based on the BBC concept.

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