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Summary

On the Margin was a six part BBC 2 TV British satirical comedy sketch show written and performed by Alan Bennett and a regular cast including John "Strictly Come Dancing" Sergeant.

Produced by Sydney Lotterby of Yes Minister and Porridge fame. Each instalment featured a mixture of sketches (some foreshadowing Bennett's subsequent television dramas, others mocking television clichés, such as documentaries about working-class Northern writers and discussion programmes featuring pretentious critics).

This is a never before broadcast compilation of sketches and extracts from the TV series before the tapes where wiped.

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  • Chris Dorward
  • 08-12-09

brilliant

a glimpse of another world in comedy. and older, wiser world.

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  • Gwynne O'Reagan
  • 09-11-09

Charming and fun!

Some "Beyond the Fringe"-style humor from Alan Bennett. Very enjoyable if you like review-style humor vignettes. The only drawback is the download is less than an hour long. But highly recommended nevertheless!

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  • carl
  • 21-05-14

Very illuminating. If youre european.

great. Please try it. I emplore you. Early sit-com fom the 60's britain. But I am biased.

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