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32,003.  Would its cameras be allowed inside Westminster Abbey? ... A lot of television sets would be sold as a result of the U-turn.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Television)  The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth

 

32,007.  The BBC’s live television broadcast was in black and white.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Television)  ibid.

 

 

67,445.  Brookside was set in a classic early eighties’ new-build housing estate.  (Class & Working Class & Television)  Melvyn Bragg on Class & Culture III, BBC 2012

 

 

43,444.  A pioneer who changed the nature of broadcasting.  (Comedy & Television)  Sir David Frost: That Was the Week That Was, BBC 2013

 

43,445.  Politics, satire and entertainment.  (Comedy & Television) ibid.

 

43,446.  The host of the BBC’s That Was The Week That Was in 1962.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,447.  He was the only person to interview seven consecutive American presidents.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,448.  The Frost Report brought together those who would go on to transform British comedy – members of the future Monty Python team and the Goodies cut their teeth here, and Ronnie first worked with Ronnie.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,449.  In 1967 he successfully sprearheaded the bid to launch London Weekend Television.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,450.  The Nixon interviews took place over thirty hours, with Watergate forming just four hours of the total time.  (Comedy & Nixon & Television)  ibid.

 

43,451.  ‘We’d won the greatest gamble of our lives’  (Comedy & Nixon & Television)  ibid.  Frost of Nixon interviews

 

 

43,241.  Dave was 12 when his father died aged 48.  (Comedy & Television)  Dave Allen: Gods Own Comedian, BBC 2013

 

43,242.  Appearing on the BBC’s New Faces in 1959 didn’t bring Dave his breakthrough.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,243.  The newly dubbed Dave Allen won a spot hosting on Helen Shapiro's 1963 tour alongside four lads from Liverpool.  Sophie Tucker’s contact arranged some gigs in Sydney.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,244.  Tonight With Dave Allen ran for 2 years on Channel 9.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,245.  In 1967 Dave was offered his own series by ATV.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,246.  Deciding to concentrate on comedy, Dave moved to the BBC in 1969: The Dave Allen Show.  (Comedy & Television)  ibid.

 

43,247.  Dave was banned from Irish television.  (Comedy & Television) ibid.

 

 

31,449.  Television ... a mass democracy of rude.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  Rude Britannia III: You’ve Never Had It So Rude 3/3

 

31,450.  It was comedy like Till Death Us Do Part that brought rude to peak-time television.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,451.  Bernard Manning was a king of northern comedy.  Manning made his part of seventies Britain laugh.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,452.  The Comedians made national stars of regional comics.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,453.  Rudeness that was crude and offensive.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,455.  Television also satirised Margaret Thatcher in a comedy show that first appeared on ITV in 1984: Spitting Image.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,456.  Spitting Image didn’t just attack politicians; the programme also went for the British establishment ... Now the Windsors were part of Rude Britannia.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,457.  A generation intent on creating a new kind of comedy ... The Young Ones were getting laughs out of new sensitivities.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,458.  What political correctness demanded was that comedians like Bernard Manning should have no place in television’s mass democracy of rude.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

31,459.  Banned from television Manning became the new alternative comedy that went underground.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Censorship)  ibid.

 

31,462.  One series proves that television’s mass democracy of rude can still exist today: Little Britain.  (England & Great Britain & Comedy & Rudeness & Humour & Television)  ibid.

 

 

130,374.  It’s easy to make someone into a monster.  It’s hard to see that you’re on that path too.  (News & Television & Media & Monster)  Divide & Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes, Sky Atlantic 2019, Glenn Beck

 

130,375.  The Republican convention should have been this crowning moment for Roger.  But instead he was embroiled in chaos.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  woman

 

130,376.  Roger always knew the lowest common denominator in people.’  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  woman #2  

 

130,377.  We used to call it riling up the crazies.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  Fox dude  

 

130,390.  A sexual harassment case against popular cable TV host Bill O’Reilly.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  news commentary

 

130,391.  Gretchen Carlson: Fox News Boss Roger Ailes Fired Me For Refusing Sex With Him.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  online news headline      

 

130,392.  14 more women came forward and said, What about me?  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.

 

130,393.  O’Reilly Settled Harassment Claim in January for $32.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner

 

130,394.  Mudoch Dismissed Fox Scandals: ‘It’s All Nonsense.’  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner

 

130,395.  Since 2004, sexual harassment at 21st Century Fox has led to payouts of more than $163 million.  Settlements require silence.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  CNN banner, caption

 

130,396.  Roger Ailes, Founder of Fox News Channel, Dead at Age 77.  (News & Television & Media)  ibid.  Fox News banner

 

 

130,607.  They were something completely different.  As unexpected as the Spanish Inquisition to the ripping up of the rule book of television comedy, and creating a surreal and very very world of silly walks, dead parrots, fish slapping, cross-dressing lumberjacks, pepper pots, gumbies and a whole host of other sketches.  No, we will be saying more.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  Python at 50: Silly Talks & Holy Grails, BBC 2019

 

130,609.  The peak of their power and that many including John Cleese have called their masterpiece – In 1979 there are on location in Tunisia for  The Life of Brian … fun times.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

130,610.  Michael is I think probably the funniest really … spells of … a creative genius … he just creates material.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

130,611.  The famous titles: designed by the group’s lone American author – Tony Gilliam.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.

 

130,612.  ‘We’re not about the allow this sort of smut to be shown on screen.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.  cartoon of head between legs

    

130,613.  ‘I think I had a mini nervous breakdown … I’ve got to get out.  I need space … A great deal of resentment …’  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  John Cleese     

 

130,614.  Fawlty Towers: they surely deserve some credit.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

130,615.  They still got on and worked well together … Monty Python & the Holy Grail.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.

 

130,616.  ‘It’s about a search for a Holy Grail which is large creature albit like a dodo with a beak.  And people are trying to find this Grail.  No.  It’s big let down.  The whole film is a great anti-climax.’  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  Graham Chapman

 

130,617.  ‘Four pints of gin a day.’  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  Chapman on Parkinson

 

130,618.  The Life of Brian: The film was banned in countries around the world.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Censorship)  ibid.  

 

130,619.  ‘This is such a tenth rate film.’  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  Malcolm Muggeridge, Parkinson    

 

130,620.  Their final film: The Meaning of Life … The best of Python and as challenging as ever.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

130,621.  The Meaning of Life ends with a visit from the grim reaper.  (Television & Film & Comedy)  ibid.  

 

130,622.  ‘The petty difference were forgotten.’  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.  Python on Chapman’s illness & death   

 

130,623.  We know the rhythm of all those sketches.  (Television & Film & Comedy & Cartoon)  ibid.  Palin

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