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Series 8 (known as Series 5 on DVD) was broadcast in 1988.
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'''Series 8''' (known as Series 5 on DVD) was broadcast in 1988.
   
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
 
 
''Episodes 046 - 051 (6 episodes)''
 
''Episodes 046 - 051 (6 episodes)''
   
[[Episode 046]] - 8th series premiere, New characters, [[Commons of House]]
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*[[Episode 046]] - 8th series premiere, New characters, [[Commons of House]]
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*[[Episode 047]] - Spitwork II
[[Episode 047]] - Spitwork II
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*[[Episode 048]] - Anotherthon
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*[[Episode 049]] - Royal Variety Performance
[[Episode 048]] - Anotherthon
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*[[Episode 050]] - [[Last Night of the Yobs]]
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*[[Episode 051]] - [[The Future of Television]]
[[Episode 049]] - Royal Variety Performance
 
 
[[Episode 050]] - [[Last Night of the Yobs]]
 
 
[[Episode 051]] - [[The Future of Television]]
 
   
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==

Revision as of 11:51, May 3, 2010

Series 8 (known as Series 5 on DVD) was broadcast in 1988.

Episodes

Episodes 046 - 051 (6 episodes)

Cast

Performers

Anthony Asbury, Donald Austen, Kevin Bradshaw, Simon Buckley, Richard Coombs, Alistair Fullarton, Steve Nallon, Nigel Plaskitt, John Thirtle

Impressionists

Chris Barrie, Steve Coogan, Jon Glover, Steve Nallon, Enn Reitel, Kate Robbins

Crew

Pablo Bach, Stephen Bendelack, Gary Bristow, Scott Brooker, Andy Emmony, Jeffery Fineberg, Jonathan Green, Patrick Haines, Steve Haines, Jackie Hallatt, Shelia Hallatt, Barnaby Harrison, Mick Hockney, Peter Kidd, Steve Mansfield, Caroline Pitcher, Andrew Robey, Paul Sanders, Philip Sharpe, Julien Short, David Stoten, Jonathan Stubbenhagen, James Sunderland
  • Writers:
Geoffrey Atkinson, Mike Barfield, Mark Burton, John Docherty, James Hendrie, Ian Hislop, Moray Hunter, Donnie Kerr, Nick Newman, John O' Farrell, Ged Parson, David Quantick, Alison Renshaw, Stuart Silver, Paul Simpkin, Kipper Williams

Notes

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