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I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again
R - Z plays
Genre Comedy
Running time 30 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Home station BBC Home Service
Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor
John Cleese
Graeme Garden
David Hatch
Jo Kendall
Bill Oddie

ISIRTA plays, R - Z

Plays, with titles beginning with 'R', 'S', 'T', 'U', 'V', 'W', 'X', 'Y' and 'Z' on the radio comedy programme "I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again".

Contents

R plays[edit]

RAF Briefing[edit]

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Radio Prune Awards[edit]

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The Ramond Nostril Story[edit]

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Report on Schools[edit]

Introduction by David Hatch

School names are listed in bold letters

Cast[edit]

  • "School Report Reader" — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • 1st Presenter — John Cleese
  • "Arithmetic Pronouncer" — Jo Kendall
  • 2nd Presenter — David Hatch
  • 3rd Presenter — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • 1st Presenter / Interviewer — David Hatch
  • Hermione Fortescue-Fitch-Fielding — Jo Kendall
  • Roger Fortescue-Fitch-Fielding — Bill Oddie
  • Arthur Blunt — Graeme Garden

Workhouse Manor

  • Barnaby Bull-Strangler — John Cleese

Grimdyke Keep Girls' School for the Daughters of the Gentry, Nobility, and Those in Peril-On-The-Sea

  • Dame Fred Oyster-Prejudice — Jo Kendall
  • 2nd Presenter / Interviewer — John Cleese

The Creek Waterford College for Boys

  • Principal — Tim Brooke-Taylor

Lady Sabrina's Hall for Young Gentlewomen

  • Principal — Jo Kendall

The Relief of Makeking Memorial College

  • Principal — Graeme Garden

Jim Foster's School for Lads

  • Principal — Bill Oddie

The Prancing College for Young Gentlemen

  • Principal — Tim Brooke-Taylor

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Review of the Pops[edit]

Cast[edit]

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The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire[edit]

Cast[edit]

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The Roaring Twenties[edit]

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Robin Hood[edit]

Written by Graeme Garden and John Cleese

  • Story narration - sung by David Hatch

Cast[edit]

(cast in order of appearance)

Main characters are listed in bold letters

Short discussion between David Hatch and Bill Oddie

  • Curtain — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Maid Marion — Jo Kendall
  • Friar Tuck — Bill Oddie
  • Robin Hood — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Alan 'A Gabriel — Graeme Garden
  • Will Scarlet — David Hatch
  • Little John — John Cleese
  • Sir Angus of the Prune — John Cleese
  • Gribling (the Bailiff) — Bill Oddie
  • Sheriff of Nottingham — Graeme Garden
  • Master of Ceremonies for the "Archery Competition" — John Cleese
  • Deputy Sheriff — Graeme Garden

Robinson Prunestone[edit]

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S plays[edit]

Search for the Nile[edit]

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Son of the Bride of Frankenstein[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Song of the South[edit]

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Star Trek[edit]

Written by Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie

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Characters in bold letters

  • Announcer and Narrator — David Hatch
  • Narrator — Graeme Garden
  • Captain Kink — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Sulu — John Cleese
  • Spock — John Cleese
  • Scotty— Graeme Garden
  • Spock — Graeme Garden
  • McCoy — Graeme Garden
  • Lieutenant Oddie — Bill Oddie
  • Controller — John Cleese
  • Lady Constanced — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Terry Wogan — Graeme Garden
  • Jimmy Saville — Bill Oddie
  • Monster — Jo Kendall
  • Stuart Henry — John Cleese
  • Riddles — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • Peter Brough — Graeme Garden
  • Tony Blackburn — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • John Peel — Graeme Garden
  • wife — Graeme Garden

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The Supernatural[edit]

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  • Skit: Radio Quiz Game

(opening music)

T plays[edit]

Take Your Pixie[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Tales of the Old West[edit]

Cast[edit]

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The Taming of the Shrew[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Teddy and Rupert Bear[edit]

Cast[edit]

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The Telephone[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Ten Thousand BC (The Dawn of Civilization)[edit]

Cast[edit]

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3:17 to Cleethorpes[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Tim Brown's Schooldays[edit]

Cast[edit]

(cast in order of appearance)

The characters are listed in bold letters

  • Tim Brown (a student) — Tim Brooke-Taylor
  • The Butler — Bill Oddie
  • The Headmaster — David Hatch
  • Mr. Totteridge (History Master) — Graeme Garden
  • Tomkins Minor (a student) — David Hatch
  • Mrs. Greystone (tuck shop lady) — Jo Kendall
  • Mr. Flashman (school bully) — John Cleese
  • Mr. Grimfettle (Games Master) — David Hatch

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20,000 Leaks Under the Sea[edit]

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U plays[edit]

The Unexplained[edit]

Cast[edit]

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Universal Challenge[edit]

Cast:

  • (cast in order of appearance)

The characters are listed in bold letters

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Universal Challenge

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Masochistic Monks

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Stately Home

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Song: I Ain't Got Rhythm (That's Why I've Got the Blues) (singer's name or singers' names)

Ug's Fashions

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Louis Armstrong

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Artistic Specimens

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Cricket Spectators

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

Song: The House of the Rising Sun (singer's name or singers' names)

Swan Lake Commentary

  • Character name - Greame Garden
  • Character name - David Hatch
  • Character name - Jo Kendall
  • Character name - Bill Oddie
  • Character name - Tim Brooke-Taylor

V plays[edit]

The Vikings[edit]

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Voyages of Ulysses[edit]

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W plays[edit]

Watergate[edit]

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William Tell[edit]

Cast[edit]

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William the Conqueror[edit]

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World of Sport[edit]

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X - Y - Z plays[edit]

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