London Calling

Radio comedy about the early years of the BBC
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1994 sitcom set in the BBC's early wireless days of 1922.

The microphone jammed if a speaker talked too loudly, the letters of praise and complaint flooded in, and then a new Director-General, John Brown, came to take over the British Broadcasting Company.

Written by Jimmy Perry, the man behind Dad's Army and Hi-De-Hi.

Starring Graham Crowden as John Brown, Jimmy Perry as Colonel Beecham, Roy Hudd as Fred "Keep 'em Laughing" Hicks, Bill Pertwee as Sergeant Lucas, Jeffrey Holland as Roger Eccles and Joann Munro as Miss Nightingale

  1. In the Beginning (6.9Mb)
  2. It Pays to Advertise (6.8Mb)
  3. Little Willie Saves the Day (6.7Mb)
  4. The Great Race (6.7Mb)

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