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Some weird comedy from the BBC comedy archives that you'll have no memory of

Posted on May 12, 2014 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Look, it’s Bruiser with Martin Freeman!

And here's Sacha Baron Cohen's Christo from Comedy Nation, which you also won't remember!

You can see more on BBC2 tonight, apparently, on The Comedy Vaults: BBC Two’s Hidden Treasure. I'm looking forward to the 1984 Madness, written by Ben Elton and Richard Curtis after the band had appeared on The Young Ones. The premise is that Margaret Thatcher was a space alien who had been recalled to Mars – then replaced as Prime Minister by Suggs with his bandmates as the Cabinet, who met in a room above a cafe. Seems plausible.

Less plausible is that was 30 years ago.

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