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British TV and Radio Catch Phrases
"Catch phrases that have caught the imagination of the British viewer and have left an indelible mark for posterity."
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"Are you sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin." Which radio show used this catch phrase?
Listen With Mother
"How tickled I am." Which beloved Knotty Ash comedian uttered these immortal words?
"Evening All". This short phrase was uttered by a uniformed constable. Who was he?
Charles of Cutlers Close
Badger of Broadmoor
Dixon of Dock Green
Allen of Ash Grove
"Exterminate, Exterminate". This catch phrase made many children hide behind their sofas when this programme came on. What was the name of the show?
Day of the Triffids
"Ying tong iddle I po" was the catch phrase of Neddy Seagoon. Who played Neddy Seagoon?
"Didn't they do well?" A catch phrase heard on a popular game show.
Who uttered these words?
Which London wide boy had the catch phrase "Lovely Jubbly"?
Which show ended each episode with two people sitting at a news desk with the catch phrase, "Now it's goodnight from me. And it's goodnight from him. Goodnight"?
Cannon and Ball
Morcambe and Wise
Little and Large
The Two Ronnies
"And now for something completely different", was the catch phrase for which comedy show?
Monty Python's Flying Circus
The Kenny Everett Show
The Fast Show
"Listen carefully, I will say this only once", was made famous by which World War Two comedy show?
It A'int Half Hot, Mum
Spies Like Us
Two For Tokio
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Compiled Jun 28 12