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Episode 8 : Peter Ustinov

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Episode 8 : Peter Ustinov

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Season 2

Duration  :  

1h 30m

Peter Ustinov talks to a specially invited celebrity audience.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Dame Edna Everage
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Episode 2 : Dudley Moore
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Episode 3 : Kenneth Williams
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Episode 4 : Mel Brooks
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Episode 5 : Joan Rivers
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Episode 6 : Another Audience With Dame Edna Everage
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Episode 7 : Billy Connolly
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Episode 9 : Victoria Wood
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Episode 10 : One More Audience with Dame Edna Everage
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Episode 11 : Jackie Mason
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Episode 12 : Bob Monkhouse
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Episode 13 : Jimmy Tarbuck
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Episode 14 : Ken Dodd
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Episode 15 : Shirley Bassey
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Episode 16 : Freddie Starr
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Episode 17 : Sooty
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Episode 18 : Bruce Forsyth
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Episode 19 : Alf Garnett
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Episode 20 : Elton John
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Episode 21 : Another Audience with Freddie Starr
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Episode 22 : Ronnie Corbett
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Episode 23 : The Spice Girls
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Episode 24 : Rod Stewart
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Episode 25 : The Bee Gees
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Episode 26 : Simply Red
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Episode 27 : Lennox Lewis
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Episode 28 : Tom Jones
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Episode 29 : Sir Cliff Richard
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Episode 30 : Diana Ross
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Episode 31 : Des O'Connor
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Episode 32 : Ricky Martin
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Episode 33 : Kylie Minogue
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Episode 34 : Another Audience with Ken Dodd
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Episode 35 : Lulu
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Episode 36 : Brian Conley
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Episode 37 : Donny Osmond
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Episode 38 : Harry Hill
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Episode 39 : Joe Pasquale
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Episode 40 : Al Murray - The Pub Landlord
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Episode 41 : Another Audience with Joan Rivers
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Episode 42 : Another Audience with Shirley Bassey
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Episode 43 : Coronation Street
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Episode 44 : Take That: Live!
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Episode 45 : Lionel Richie: Live!
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Episode 46 : Another Audience with Al Murray - The Pub Landlord
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Episode 47 : Celine Dion
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Episode 48 : An Audience Without .... Jeremy Beadle
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Episode 49 : Neil Diamond
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Episode 50 : Donny and Marie
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Episode 51 : Michael Bublé
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Episode 52 : Barry Manilow
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Episode 53 : An Audience with Les Dawson That Never Was
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