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Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh
1940s radio comedy starring Kenneth Horne

The RAF station of Much-Binding was first introduced in a show from the Merry-go-round series on the 31st March 1944, and was around until 1954, although by that time, the RAF station was no more, and the former staff now ran a newspaper - The Weekly Bind.

The original idea had set up Laughter Command of the RAF, and a ramshackle air station called Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh, where the inmates gave battle to all the frustrations of inconvenience and red tape that war had laid upon them. In peacetime, Much-Binding simply turned itself over to non-combatant operations.

The programmes were written by, and starred Kenneth Horne and Richard 'Stinker' Murdoch, although other notable names present were Maurice Denham, Nicholas Parsons, Sam Costa, and Dora Bryan.

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