History MissingEpisode / Radio

7th Mar '16 11:53:43 AM Twentington
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** Although few, if any repeats, have been aired since their original airings, it is believed all shows from [=AT40=]'s country music sister program, ''Radio/AmericanCountryCountdown'', exist. 1973-2006 has been digitally remastered by Charis Music Group. ''ACC'' began airing in October 1973, and has been hosted by Don Bowman (1973-1978), Bob Kingsley (1978-2005) and [[BrooksAndDunn Kix Brooks]] (2006-present), with Kingsley starting another countdown show of his own, ''Radio/BobKingsleysCountryTop40''.

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** Although few, if any repeats, have been aired since their original airings, it is believed all shows from [=AT40=]'s country music sister program, ''Radio/AmericanCountryCountdown'', exist. 1973-2006 has been digitally remastered by Charis Music Group. ''ACC'' began airing in October 1973, and has been hosted by Don Bowman (1973-1978), Bob Kingsley (1978-2005) and [[BrooksAndDunn [[Music/BrooksAndDunn Kix Brooks]] (2006-present), with Kingsley starting another countdown show of his own, ''Radio/BobKingsleysCountryTop40''.''Radio/BobKingsleysCountryTop40''. In May 2015, Bob also began ''ACC Rewind'', a separate show which airs a randomly selected ''ACC'' reruns from the corresponding week ranging from about 1990-2005.
29th Jan '16 10:39:49 AM Kitchen90
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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Creator/BennyHill, Dick Emery, Creator/BernardBresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Creator/BruceForsyth, Creator/JulieAndrews, Beryl Reid, Creator/HattieJacques, SidJames, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.

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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Creator/BennyHill, Dick Emery, Creator/BernardBresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Creator/BruceForsyth, Creator/JulieAndrews, Beryl Reid, Creator/HattieJacques, SidJames, Creator/SidJames, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.
24th Jan '16 11:20:10 AM Kitchen90
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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Creator/BennyHill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Bruce Forsyth, Creator/JulieAndrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, SidJames, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.
* ''Beyond Our Ken'' was the first of two BBC Radio sketch series to star Kenneth Horne, with a supporting cast comprising Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden, and Bill Pertwee. It ran for seven series between 1958 and 1964 for a total of 123 episodes, of which 24 are missing. Its SpiritualSuccessor ''Radio/RoundTheHorne'' (starring the same five core cast members) survives intact.

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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Creator/BennyHill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Creator/BernardBresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Bruce Forsyth, Creator/BruceForsyth, Creator/JulieAndrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, Creator/HattieJacques, SidJames, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.
* ''Beyond Our Ken'' was the first of two BBC Radio sketch series to star Kenneth Horne, with a supporting cast comprising Kenneth Williams, Creator/KennethWilliams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden, and Bill Pertwee. It ran for seven series between 1958 and 1964 for a total of 123 episodes, of which 24 are missing. Its SpiritualSuccessor ''Radio/RoundTheHorne'' (starring the same five core cast members) survives intact.
22nd Oct '15 2:14:34 PM DeadlyAssassin
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* Several episodes of BBC's political satire ''Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry'' are either partially lost, completely lost or only exist in low-quality recordings. The Finnish version at least has all episodes intact... [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes but less than half of them have been officially released by YLE]].
12th Sep '15 2:43:13 PM Kitchen90
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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Benny Hill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Bruce Forsyth, Julie Andrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, Sid James, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.

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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Benny Hill, Creator/BennyHill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Creator/HarrySecombe, Bruce Forsyth, Julie Andrews, Creator/JulieAndrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, Sid James, SidJames, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.
17th Aug '15 5:37:17 PM mlsmithca
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* The radio version of ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'' ran for 102 episodes across six series between 1954 and 1959. Of these, 31 are missing, including three episodes of the second series when Harry Secombe stood in for an unwell Tony Hancock. Secombe's [[Radio/TheGoonShow fellow Goons]] Creator/PeterSellers and Creator/SpikeMilligan also made guest appearances in separate episodes in the first series; both of the episodes in question are now lost. See MissingEpisode/LiveActionTV for the TV episodes lost.

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* The radio version of ''Radio/HancocksHalfHour'' ran for 102 episodes across six series between 1954 and 1959. Of these, 31 are missing, including three episodes of the second series when Harry Secombe stood in for an unwell Tony Hancock. Secombe's [[Radio/TheGoonShow fellow Goons]] Creator/PeterSellers and Creator/SpikeMilligan also made guest appearances in separate episodes in the first series; both of the episodes in question are now lost. In 2014, the scripts for five of the lost episodes (specially selected by the original writers, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson) were re-recorded with a new cast led by Kevin [=McNally=] as "Tony Hancock"; the new recordings' popularity led to the re-recording of five more episodes a year later. See MissingEpisode/LiveActionTV for the TV episodes lost.
3rd Jun '15 8:17:05 AM AgProv
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* Most of the episodes of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'''s first four series were erased, which means that almost none of fourth Goon Michael Bentine's episodes survived. (He left after Series 2.) Some of the missing Series 4 stories would be remade for the overseas-broadcast-only "Vintage Goons" series, which has survived.

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* Most of the episodes of ''Radio/TheGoonShow'''s first four series were erased, which means that almost none of fourth Goon Michael Bentine's Creator/MichaelBentine's episodes survived. (He left after Series 2.) Some of the missing Series 4 stories would be remade for the overseas-broadcast-only "Vintage Goons" series, which has survived.



* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Benny Hill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Harry Secombe, Bruce Forsyth, Julie Andrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, Sid James, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Eric Sykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.

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* BBC Radio's ''Educating Archie'' was primarily a showcase for ventriloquist Peter Brough and his dummy Archie Andrews, but it also launched or boosted the careers of a number of comedians and performers including Tony Hancock, Benny Hill, Dick Emery, Bernard Bresslaw, Harry Secombe, Creator/HarrySecombe, Bruce Forsyth, Julie Andrews, Beryl Reid, Hattie Jacques, Sid James, Warren Mitchell, and Max Bygraves, while the writing staff included such talents as Eric Sykes Creator/EricSykes and Marty Feldman. It ran for eight series from 1950 to 1960 for around 200 episodes; only ten are known to survive, as well as a special made for Australian radio in 1957.
21st Dec '13 2:11:20 PM onionmaster
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* Many episodes of the original 1998 XFM series of TheRickyGervaisShow (often known as Series 0), which took place between January and August 1998 are lost. The reason is that they were not very well known at that time, and the show only ran for a few months, and aired on the unusual time of 4PM-6PM on Sundays. There are two known complete episodes and several tapes worth of compiled material from other shows. What is notable about these shows is that the duo had not met Karl Pilkington yet.
** Their second XFM Series (often known as Series 1 because it's the first to feature Karl) began in September 2001, only recordings of shows from 10th November onwards circulate. Thus about 9 shows are missing. This series is the first time they ever broadcast with Karl Pilkington as a cohost of the show. It is more likely than not that somebody did tape the previous two months as the duo were well known from The Office at the time, but that for whatever reason they are not available online yet (or maybe are in collectors' circles).
30th Oct '13 8:27:04 PM nombretomado
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* Apparently, no recordings exist of any of the 1950 ''{{Blackhawk}}'' RadioDrama's 16 episodes.

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* Apparently, no recordings exist of any of the 1950 ''{{Blackhawk}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Blackhawk}}'' RadioDrama's 16 episodes.
24th Oct '13 1:43:04 AM Twentington
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* ''American Top 40'': The original version of the second-ever broadcast, aired July 11, 1970 (and featuring the chart for July 18) is rumored to be lost; however, some insist that a "reconstituted" version, featuring clips from the July 4 show ([=AT40=]'s debut, incidentally) and the July 25 program were used to create a "new" July 11, 1970 show. All other episodes from the original 1970-1995 run are known to exist.

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* ''American Top 40'': ''Radio/AmericanTop40'': The original version of the second-ever broadcast, aired July 11, 1970 (and featuring the chart for July 18) is rumored to be lost; however, some insist that a "reconstituted" version, featuring clips from the July 4 show ([=AT40=]'s debut, incidentally) and the July 25 program were used to create a "new" July 11, 1970 show. All other episodes from the original 1970-1995 run are known to exist.



** Although few, if any repeats, have been aired since their original airings, it is believed all shows from [=AT40=]'s country music sister program, ''American Country Countdown'', exist. 1973-2006 has been digitally remastered by Charis Music Group. ''ACC'' began airing in October 1973, and has been hosted by Don Bowman (1973-1978), Bob Kingsley (1978-2005) and [[BrooksAndDunn Kix Brooks]] (2006-present), with Kingsley starting another countdown show of his own.

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** Although few, if any repeats, have been aired since their original airings, it is believed all shows from [=AT40=]'s country music sister program, ''American Country Countdown'', ''Radio/AmericanCountryCountdown'', exist. 1973-2006 has been digitally remastered by Charis Music Group. ''ACC'' began airing in October 1973, and has been hosted by Don Bowman (1973-1978), Bob Kingsley (1978-2005) and [[BrooksAndDunn Kix Brooks]] (2006-present), with Kingsley starting another countdown show of his own.own, ''Radio/BobKingsleysCountryTop40''.
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