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Date Posted: 06:12:41 03/04/03 Tue
Author: Camel
Subject: Three more BBC 7 Whose Line Radio Shows

These are the original radio shows from 1988. The shows on Saturday and Sunday will have one WL episode broadcast in it's entirety mixed in a 3-hour comedy show. It will probably be broadcast toward the beginning, maybe somewhere in the first hour. You can turn it off after that if you like.

- Jen

SATURDAY 3am-6am EST repeated at the more reasonable hour of 4pm-7pm:

Comedy Winners...Mark Radcliffe introduces Whose Line Is It Anyway; A Look Back At The Nineties; In One Ear; Travels With My Anti-Semitism; Goodness Gracious Me and King Cutler.

Scroll down to the first show on the Comedy Schedule. Use the Listen Live Feature to the right.

ON SUNDAY at 3am-6am EST again repeated at the more reasonable hour of 4pm-7pm:

7 on 7...Featuring Danny Fox, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The Hitch- Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy, The Sunday Format, The Graduate, Fungus The Bogeyman and The Goon Show.

Scroll down to the first show on the Comedy Schedule

ON MONDAY at 3:30-4:00am EST and again at 5:00-5:30pm:

WHOSE LINE...Clive Anderson presides over mayhem caused by stars John Sessions and Stephen Fry, joined by Hugh Laurie and Enn Reitel. First broadcast in 1988.

It's the second item on the Comedy Schedule:

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