The Russia House [1991]


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Starring:  Humphrey Burton (Himself - Presenter - 8 episodes - 1975-1991), David Collings (Father - 5 episodes - 1967-1990), Kirsty Wark (Herself - Narrator - 4 episodes - 2001), Stephen Fry (Himself - 4 episodes - 1986-2001), Terry Gilliam (Himself 4 episodes - 1976-2000), John Gielgud (Himself 5 episodes - 1969-1994), Michael Gough (Astronaut - 4 episodes - 1969-1981), André Previn (Himself 6 episodes - 1973-2001), David Puttnam (Himself 4 episodes - 1982-1992), Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (Himself - Narrator 3 episodes - 1970), Henry Livings (Himself - 3 episodes - 1967), Martin Jarvis (Alan 3 episodes - 1972-1986), Barry Norman (Himself - Presenter 3 episodes - 1982), Ginger Baker (Himself 3 episodes - 1968-1973), Jack Bruce (Himself 3 episodes - 1968-1970), Richard E. Grant (Himself - 3 episodes - 1994-2002), Jonathan Miller (Himself 3 episodes - 1976-1995), Ken Russell (Himself - 3 episodes - 1968-1986), Pink Floyd (Themselves 3 episodes - 1968-1994), J.B. Priestley (Himself - 3 episodes - 1968-1969), Dudley Moore (Himself - 4 episodes - 1969-2000), Tommy Steele (Himself 3 episodes - 1969-1983), Rudolf Nureyev (Himself 4 episodes - 1970-1997), Ninette de Valois (Herself 3 episodes - 1970-1983), Dirk Bogarde (Himself 3 episodes - 1972-1988), Marcel Marceau (Himself 3 episodes - 1972-1974), Bob Hoskins (Grimaldi - 3 episodes - 1973-1982), Ken Campbell (Himself 3 episodes - 1973-1981), Claire Bloom (Herself 3 episodes - 1974-1997), Ella Fitzgerald (Herself 3 episodes - 1974-1989), Terry Jones (Himself 3 episodes - 1976-2001), Eleanor Bron (Herself 3 episodes - 1976-1995), Barry Humphries (Himself - 3 episodes - 1976-1995), Victor Spinetti (Himself - 3 episodes - 1981-1994), Ben Elton (Himself - 4 episodes - 1986-1998), Iain Smith (Himself - 3 episodes - 1986-1992), Peter Hall (Himself 3 episodes - 1988-1994), Judith Paris (Elizabeth Siddal - 2 episodes - 1967-1970), Christopher Gable (Eric Fenby - 2 episodes - 1968-1970), John Berger (Himself - 3 episodes - 1971-1986), Sidney Nolan (Himself 2 episodes - 1972-1991), Miriam Margolyes (Herself - 2 episodes - 1999), Michael Hordern (Narrator - 2 episodes - 1968-1971), Max Adrian (Albert - 2 episodes - 1968-1969), Patrick Allen (Narrator 2 episodes - 1968-1969), Eric Clapton (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1969), Sylvia Kay (Caroline - 2 episodes - 1969-1973), Derek Hart (Himself - 2 episodes - 1969), Lindsay Anderson (Himself - Interviewee - 2 episodes - 1970-1992), Eric Morecambe (Himself - 3 episodes - 1973-1998), Anthony Hopkins (Himself - 2 episodes - 1974-2002), Leslie Megahey (Narrator 2 episodes - 1986), Michael Caine (Himself - 2 episodes - 1999-2000), Paul Daneman (Emmet Crawley - 2 episodes - 1970-1973), Ernie Wise (Himself - 3 episodes - 1973-1998), David Attenborough (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1986), Andrew Lloyd Webber (Himself - 2 episodes - 1982-2002), Rick Wakeman (Himself - 2 episodes - 1982-1995), Nigel Hawthorne (Himself - 3 episodes - 1988-2002), Edward Judd (Philip Marlowe - 2 episodes - 1969-1978), Ronald Searle (Himself - Interviewee 2 episodes - 1972-1975), Jack Shepherd (Gaugin - 2 episodes - 1981-1990), Iza Teller (Ballet teacher - 2 episodes - 1967-1969), Sean Connery (Himself 3 episodes - 1970-2000), Don Black (Himself - 2 episodes - 2000-2002), Gala Mitchell (Fallen Woman - 2 episodes - 1967-1970), Julie Walters (Herself - 2 episodes - 1999-2001), Kathleen Raine (Herself - 2 episodes - 1967-1970), John Schlesinger (Himself 2 episodes - 1986-2000), Desmond Jones (Himself - 2 episodes - 1976-1987), Glenda Jackson (Herself 2 episodes - 1971-1998), Bryan Forbes (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-2002), George Martin (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-2000), Edith Evans (Herself 2 episodes - 1968-1969), Michael Foot (Himself 2 episodes - 1969-2002), Malcolm Arnold (Himself 2 episodes - 1969-1991), Ian McKellen (Himself - 2 episodes - 1969-1991), Yehudi Menuhin (Himself 2 episodes - 1969-1988), Ralph Richardson (Himself - 3 episodes - 1969-1993), Brian Wright (Coleridge - 2 episodes - 1969-1972), Evelyn Laye (Herself 2 episodes - 1969-1971), Noël Coward (Himself 3 episodes - 1969-1973), Kynaston Reeves (Old Wordsworth - 2 episodes - 1969-1970), Neville Cardus (Himself 2 episodes - 1969), Glyn Worsnip (Himself - Narrator - 2 episodes - 1969), Frederick Ashton (2 episodes - 1970), Frank Duncan (Narrator 2 episodes - 1970), Margot Fonteyn (2 episodes - 1970), Georg Solti (3 episodes - 1970-1988), A.L. Lloyd (Himself - Presenter - 2 episodes - 1971-1973), Liza Minnelli (Herself 2 episodes - 1972-1994), Jeni Barnett (Herself - 2 episodes - 1973-1976), Dave Hill (Himself - 2 episodes - 1973-1976), Spike Milligan (Himself - 2 episodes - 1974-1995), Bob Monkhouse (Himself - 2 episodes - 1974-1995), Ronnie Scott (Himself 2 episodes - 1974-1989), David Bowie (Himself - 2 episodes - 1975-2001), Germaine Greer (Herself - 2 episodes - 1975-2001), Alan Bennett (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1995), John Bird (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1995), John Cleese (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1990), Carol Cleveland (Herself 2 episodes - 1976-1990), Michael Palin (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1990), Graham Chapman (2 episodes - 1976-1986), Neil Innes (Himself 2 episodes - 1976-1984), Stan Tracey (Himself 2 episodes - 1977-1989), Debbie Harry (Herself 2 episodes - 1978-1999), Joanne Whalley (Little Red Riding Hood - 2 episodes - 1979), Michael Gambon (Himself 2 episodes - 1981-2002), Nigel Williams (Himself - 2 episodes - 1981-1997), Mel Smith (Himself - 2 episodes - 1981-1995), Anna Massey (Herself 2 episodes - 1981-1988), Max Stafford-Clark (Himself 2 episodes - 1981-1988), Trevor Nunn (Himself 2 episodes - 1982-1995), Alec Guinness (Himself 2 episodes - 1983-1994), Peggy Ashcroft (Herself 2 episodes - 1983-1988), Franco Zeffirelli (Himself 2 episodes - 1983-1986), Roland Joffé (Himself 2 episodes - 1984-1986), Jennifer Saunders (Herself 2 episodes - 1986-1999), Bob Geldof (Himself 3 episodes - 1986-2001), Billy Connolly (Himself 2 episodes - 1986-1997), Jessye Norman (Herself 2 episodes - 1986-1989), Alan Bates (Himself 2 episodes - 1986-1988), Alec McCowen (Himself - 2 episodes - 1988-1996), John Lloyd (Himself - 2 episodes - 1990-2001), David Frost (Himself 2 episodes - 1990-1995), Kenneth Branagh (Himself - 2 episodes - 1994-2002), Douglas Adams (Himself 2 episodes - 1994-2001), Joe Boyd (Himself 2 episodes - 1994-2001), David Gilmour (Himself 2 episodes - 1994-2001), Nick Mason (Himself 2 episodes - 1994-2001), Richard Wright (Himself 2 episodes - 1994-2001), Gore Vidal (Himself 2 episodes - 1995), Franc Roddam (Himself 2 episodes - 1997-2002), William Blake (Himself - Subject 1 episode - 1967), Oliver Reed (Dante Gabriel Rossetti 1 episode - 1967), Christopher Burstall (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1968), Michael Flanders (Himself - Host 1 episode - 1970), Edward Heath (Himself 1 episode - 1970), Peter McEnery (Modigliani 1 episode - 1970), Daniel Farson (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1971), Peter Schaffer (Himself - Presenter 1 episode - 1971), Kenneth Clark (Himself - Interviewee 1 episode - 1972), Barry Foster (John Stanley 1 episode - 1972), John Neville (John Milton 1 episode - 1972), Orson Welles (Himself - Presenter 1 episode - 1972), Volker Schlöndorff (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Michael Smee (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1976), Lindsay String Quartet (Themselves 1 episode - 1977), John Faulkner (Himself - Presenter 1 episode - 1978), Leo McKern (Paul Gauguin 1 episode - 1978), Hunter S. Thompson (Himself 1 episode - 1978), Ray Bradbury (Himself 1 episode - 1980), Huw Wheldon (Subject 1 episode - 1986), Kenneth Haigh (George Grosz 1 episode - 1987), Leonard Cohen (Himself 1 episode - 1988), Christopher Frayling (Himself - Professor of Cultural History - The Royal College of Art 1 episode - 1988), Linus Roache (Vincent 1 episode - 1990), Pauline Black (Herself 1 episode - 1991), Prince (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Steve Sutherland (Himself - Editor: New Musical Express 1 episode - 1998), Tom Paulin (Himself - Literary critic 1 episode - 1999), Vivian Russell (Herself - garden photographer 1 episode - 1999), Hugh Laurie (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 2000), Elizabeth Taylor (Herself - 2 episodes - 2000), Jamie Bell (Himself 1 episode - 2001), J.K. Rowling (Herself 1 episode - 2001), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Narrator 1 episode - 2002), Patricia Cornwell (Herself 1 episode - 2002), Mario Testino (Himself 1 episode - 2002), Nancy Nevinson (Dinah), Ambrose Coghill (Colonel 1 episode - 1968), Graham Greene (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Maureen Pryor (Jelka Delius 1 episode - 1968), Christopher Isherwood (Himself - Interviewee 1 episode - 1969), Samuel Goldwyn (Himself 1 episode - 1970), Bryan Magee (Himself - Interviewer 1 episode - 1970), Anthony Gross (Himself - Interviewee 1 episode - 1972), Polly James (Mary Milton - 1 episode - 1972), Ned Kelly (Himself - Subject 1 episode - 1972), Lil Smith (Herself 1 episode - 1976), Wim Wenders (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Peter Cropper (Himself 1 episode - 1977), Andrew Goodman (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1977), Dolores Keane (Herself - Presenter 1 episode - 1978), Ralph Steadman (Himself 1 episode - 1978), Jean Mohr (Himself 1 episode - 1979), Joshua Davis (Boy 1 episode - 1980), Mike Gwilym (Wieland Herzfelde 1 episode - 1987), Perla Batalla (Herself - Vocals 1 episode - 1988), Jim Broadbent (Postman Roulin 1 episode - 1990), John le Carré (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Joan Sutherland (Herself - Subject 1 episode - 1991), Jimmy Perry (Himself 1 episode - 1995), Keith Cameron (Broadcaster - 1 episode - 1998), Celia Imrie (Herself - 1 episode - 1999), Paul Hayes Tucker (Himself - art museum curator 1 episode - 1999), Fay Weldon (Herself - Novelist 1 episode - 1999), Nick Park (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Eileen Bell (Herself 1 episode - 2001), Andrew Faulds (William Morris 1 episode - 1967), Robert Graves (Himself 1 episode - 1967), Patricia Lawrence (Rose), George Woodbridge (Hotel Proprietor 1 episode - 1968), Kenneth Colley (Hitler 1 episode - 1970), Donal Neligan (Brendan Behan 1 episode - 1971), Ellen Dryden (Beth 1 episode - 1972), Anne Stallybrass (Elizabeth Milton 1 episode - 1972), Peter Bowles (Oscar 1 episode - 1973), Mark Dignam (Paul Nash 1 episode - 1976), Ken Garland (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Werner Herzog (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Ronald Birks (Himself 1 episode - 1977), Nicola Blackman (Tehamana 1 episode - 1978), Jean Carignan (Himself 1 episode - 1978), Sharon Sharth (Woman 1 episode - 1980), Tessa Wojtczak (Eve Grosz 1 episode - 1987), Julie Christensen (Herself - Vocals 1 episode - 1988), Richard Bonynge (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Fred Schepisi (Himself 1 episode - 1991), David Croft (Himself 1 episode - 1995), Dave Allen (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Meg Mathews (Herself - Mrs Noel Gallagher 1 episode - 1998), Margaret Drabble (Herself - Novelist 1 episode - 1999), John House (Himself 1 episode - 1999), Matthew Kelly (Himself 1 episode - 1999), Angela Lansbury (Herself 1 episode - 2000), Peter Sallis (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Russell Crowe (Himself 1 episode - 2001), Simon Fanshawe (Himself - Writer and Broadcaster 1 episode - 2002), Stuart Hall (Himself 1 episode - 1967), Ann Way (Amy), Nora Gordon (Proprietress 1 episode - 1968), James Mellor (Goering 1 episode - 1970), Vladek Sheybal (Joseph Goebbels 1 episode - 1970), Rosemary McHale (Anne Milton 1 episode - 1972), Bill Weston (Ned Kelly 1 episode - 1972), John Nash (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Hans-Jürgen Syberberg (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Roger Bigley (Himself 1 episode - 1977), Hira Talfrey (Tehamana's Mother 1 episode - 1978), Alex Wheatley (Child 1 episode - 1980), Melvyn Bragg (Himself 1 episode - 1986), Trevor Peacock (Chaplain 1 episode - 1987), John Bilezikjian (Himself - Oud - 1 episode - 1988), Luciano Pavarotti (Himself 1 episode - 1991), John Ammonds (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Malcolm McLaren (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Richard Cork (Himself 1 episode - 1999), Jenny Uglow (Herself - Gaskell's biographer 1 episode - 1999), Victoria Wood (Herself - 1 episode - 1999), Jeanine Basinger (Herself 1 episode - 2000), Stephen Daldry (Himself 1 episode - 2001), A.R. Rahman (Himself - Composer 1 episode - 2002), John Barrett (Hedger), Richard Hoggart (Himself 1 episode - 1967), Christopher Logue (Swinburne 1 episode - 1967), Freda Dowie (Maid 1 episode - 1968), Geraldine Sherman (Girl Nextdoor 1 episode - 1968), Imogen Claire (Salome 1 episode - 1970), Jane Hayden (Deborah Milton 1 episode - 1972), Ruth Clark (Herself 1 episode - 1976), Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Himself 1 episode - 1976), Bernard Gregor (Himself 1 episode - 1977), Gail Playfair (Princess 1 episode - 1978), Tobias Anderson (Man's Voice 1 episode - 1980), Brian Cox (Prosecuter 1 episode - 1987), Katya Genieva (Herself 1 episode - 1991), Kiri Te Kanawa (Herself 1 episode - 1991), Eddie Braben (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Alan McGee (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Andrew Davies (Himself - Screenplay writer 1 episode - 1999), Charles Guiliano (Himself - art critic 1 episode - 1999), Shirley MacLaine (Herself 1 episode - 2000), Leonard Maltin (Himself 2 episodes - 2000-2001), Lee Darville (Himself 1 episode - 2001), Brian Harrison (Rufus), Adrian Mitchell (Himself 1 episode - 1967), Norman James (Doctor 1 episode - 1968), Rita Webb (Salome 1 episode - 1970), Alan Rowe (Andrew Marvell 1 episode - 1972), Arthur Berry (Himself 1 episode - 1977), Derrick Branch (Totefa 1 episode - 1978), Bob Sherman (Story Narrator 1 episode - 1980), Hugh Casson (Himself 1 episode - 1986), Sadie Eden (Prostitute 1 episode - 1987), Steve Meador (Himself - Drums 1 episode - 1988), Viktor Erofeyev (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Norma Major (Herself 1 episode - 1991), Walter Butterworth (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Joan Bakewell (Herself - Broadcaster and journalist 1 episode - 1999), Philip Hook (Himself 1 episode - 1999), David Sproxton (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Rod Steiger (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Shekhar Kapur (Himself - Film Director 1 episode - 2002), Pat Ashton (Fanny Cornforth 1 episode - 1967), Elizabeth Ercy (Maid 1 episode - 1968), Sally Bryant ('Life' 1 episode - 1970), Bernard Hepton (Oliver Cromwell 1 episode - 1972), Marilyn Bigland (Vahine 1 episode - 1978), Patrick Garland (Himself 1 episode - 1986), David Hugh Jones (Himself 1 episode - 1986), Renny Krupinski (Taxi Driver 1 episode - 1987), Bob Metzger (Himself - Guitar - 1 episode - 1988), Boris Likhachev (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Bobbie Caplin (Himself 1 episode - 1998), John McGee (Himself - Father 1 episode - 1998), Scott Black (Himself - Delphi 1 episode - 1999), Bill Paterson (Himself - 1 episode - 1999), Cynthia Payne (Herself 1 episode - 1999), Mathilde Krim (Herself 1 episode - 2000), Peter Lord (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Meera Syal (Herself - Writer 1 episode - 2002), Joby Blanshard (Bond), Clive Goodwin (Ruskin 1 episode - 1967), Roger Worrod (Bruder 1 episode - 1968), Maggy Maxwell (Potiphar's Wife 1 episode - 1970), Heather Canning (Interrogator 1 episode - 1987), Tom McMoran (Himself - Keyboards 1 episode - 1988), Bernard Levin (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Michelle Pfeiffer (Herself 1 episode - 1991), Ed Ball (Himself - Friend 1 episode - 1998), Bill Cotton (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Selma Black (Herself 1 episode - 1999), Robert Lindsay (Himself - 1 episode - 1999), Justine Waddell (Herself - 1 episode - 1999), Ray Harryhausen (Himself 1 episode - 2000), David Jones (Howell 1 episode - 1967), Ann Saker (Mildred), Toby Salaman (Army Doctor 1 episode - 1987), Stephen Zirkel (Himself - Bass - 1 episode - 1988), Aleksandr Metelitsa (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Andrew Crowther (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Sue Perkins (Herself - Comedian 1 episode - 1999), Grant Roffey (Himself 1 episode - 1999), Jean-Marie Toulgouat (Himself 1 episode - 1999), Mike Scully (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Raza Jaffrey (Himself), Preeya Kalidas (Herself), Norman Dewhurst (Burne-Jones 1 episode - 1967), Chrys Salt (Maid), Peter Newington (Himself 1 episode - 1986), The Incedible Orlando (Transvestite 1 episode - 1987), Arkady Weiner (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Dickie Davies (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Jim Reid (Himself - Jesus and Mary Chain 1 episode - 1998), Jack Davenport (Narrator 1 episode - 1999), Jeffrey Katzenberg (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Sefton Bullivant (Gabriel), Tony Gray (W. M. Rossetti 1 episode - 1967), Bradley Lavelle (G.I. 1 episode - 1987), Adam Somner (Himself 1 episode - 1991), Mike Fountain (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Jane Gibson (Herself - Choreographer 1 episode - 1999), Mel Gibson (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Anthony Van Laast (Himself - Co-Choreographer 1 episode - 2002), Reuben Bullivant (Adam), Dougie Gray (Hunt 1 episode - 1967), Billy J. Mitchell (Man in Bar 1 episode - 1987), Alan Gardner (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Kle Savidge (Herself - Personal Assistant 1 episode - 1998), Iain Glen (Himself - 1 episode - 1999), Merlin Crossingham (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Farah Khan (Herself - Co-Choreographer 1 episode - 2002), Menka Khan (Herself - Farah Khan's Mother 1 episode - 2002), Derek Boshier (Millais 1 episode - 1967), Gillian Hayes (Eve), Nancy Thomas (Herself 1 episode - 1986), Joel Cutrara (Barman 1 episode - 1987), Michael Grade (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Katrina Russell (Herself - PA Creation Songs 1 episode - 1998), Robert Craig (Himself - Stamp dealer 1 episode - 1999), Teresa Drilling (Herself 1 episode - 2000), Caroline Coon (Annie Miller 1 episode - 1967), Frances White (Ruth), Allan Tyrer (Himself 1 episode - 1986), Dick Green (Himself - Co-Chairman 1 episode - 1998), Sidney Green (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Rebecca Stott (Herself - Literary historian 1 episode - 1999), Karey Kirkpatrick (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Mark Thompson (Himself - Production Designer 1 episode - 2002), Janet Deuters (Emma Brown 1 episode - 1967), Mike Pratt (The Man), Rachel Felder (Herself - Columbia Records 1 episode - 1998), Glenys Kinnock (Herself - Politician 1 episode - 1999), Harry Jay Knowles (Himself 1 episode - 2000), Edgar Harrison (Landlord), Mickey Lunn (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Susan McGee (Herself - Sister 1 episode - 1998), Sue Johnston (Herself - Narrator 1 episode - 1999), Nichola Treherne (Herself - Associate Choreographer 1 episode - 2002), Ernest Maxin (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Geeta Kapoor (Herself - Choreographic Assistant 1 episode - 2002), Gail Morecambe (Herself 1 episode - 1998), Andy Ross (Himself - Managing Director - Food Records 1 episode - 1998), Chris Nightingale (Himself - Musical Supervisor 1 episode - 2002), Gary Morecambe (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Alan Wright (Himself - Talent Scout 1 episode - 1998), Marius De Vries (Himself - Album Co-Producer 1 episode - 2002), Joan Morecambe (Herself 1 episode - 1998), One Lady Owner (Themselves 1 episode - 1998), Raj Ghatak (Himself), Steven Morecambe (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Mark Strong (Narrator 1 episode - 1998), Des O'Connor (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Stan Stennett (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Wiggy Threlfall (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Magdi Yacoub (Himself 1 episode - 1998), Daniel Barenboim (Himself 1 episode - 1967), Jacqueline du Pré (Herself 1 episode - 1967), John M. East (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1967), Elena Suliotis (Herself 1 episode - 1967), John Amis (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1968), James Bolam (Pinkie 1 episode - 1968), Jack Brymer (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Eric Burdon (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Anthony Burgess (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Cream (Themselves 1 episode - 1968), Cyril Cusack (The Whisky Priest 1 episode - 1968), Norman Del Mar (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Terry Dene (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Donovan (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Michael Elliott (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Geraint Evans (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Scott Forbes (Scobie 1 episode - 1968), Leon Goossens (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Grapefruit (Themselves 1 episode - 1968), Tony Hall (Himself - Pop Impresario 1 episode - 1968), George Harrison (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1998), Louise Harrison (Herself - George Harrison's Mother 1 episode - 1968), Jimi Hendrix (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Dan Ingram (Himself - Disc Jockey 1 episode - 1968), Kit Lambert (Himself - Manager of The Who 1 episode - 1968), John Lennon (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1998), Lulu (Herself 1 episode - 1968), Manfred Mann (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Paul McCartney (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1998), The Moody Blues (Themselves 1 episode - 1968), Ralph Nicholson (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Kenward S. Oliphant (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Darryl Read (Apprentice 1 episode - 1968), Eddie Rogers (Himself - Publisher 1 episode - 1968), Joan Sims (Herself 1 episode - 1968), Graham Stark (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Ringo Starr (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1998), Leopold Stokowski (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Derek Taylor (Himself - The Beatles' Publicist 1 episode - 1968), Pete Townshend (Himself 2 episodes - 1968-1998), Eva Turner (Herself 1 episode - 1968), Peter Vaughan (Benvenuto Cellini 1 episode - 1968), Jim West (Himself - Jingle Executive 1 episode - 1968), The Who (Themselves 1 episode - 1968), Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Frank Zappa (Himself 1 episode - 1968), Vladimir Ashkenazy (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Arthur Askey (Himself 1 episode - 1969), The Band of the Grenadier Guards (Themselves 1 episode - 1969), Major Rodney Bashford (Himself 1 episode - 1969), David Bauer (Gregorious 1 episode - 1969), John Baxter (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Glenn Beck (Raisley Calvert 1 episode - 1969), Goeffrey Brand (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Lillian Bronson (Cissie Chandler 1 episode - 1969), Ivor Brown (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Lt-Col Basil Brown (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Charlie Chester (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Alan Civil (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Jeff Clyne (Himself - as the Dudley Moore Trio 1 episode - 1969), Lise Cornier (Annette Vallon 1 episode - 1969), Tom Daly (Raymond Chandler 1 episode - 1969), Aimée Delamain (Old Mary 1 episode - 1969), Judi Dench (Herself - Reading poetry 1 episode - 1969), Ken Dodd (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Roy Dotrice (Astronaut 1 episode - 1969), André Dumas (Beaupuy 1 episode - 1969), Suzan Farmer (Kathleen 1 episode - 1969), Cyril Fletcher (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1969), Felicity Gibson (Ginevra 1 episode - 1969), Lelia Goldoni (Zelda Fitzgerald 1 episode - 1969), Charles Groves (Himself - Conductor 1 episode - 1969), Band of H.M. Coldstream Guards (Themselves 1 episode - 1969), Pamela Hansford Johnson (Herself 1 episode - 1969), Betty Hardy (Other Voices 1 episode - 1969), Arthur Hewlett (Porter 1 episode - 1969), Bernard Horsfall (William Wordsworth 1 episode - 1969), Raymond Huntley (Morrison 1 episode - 1969), Richard Hurndall (Narrator 1 episode - 1969), Chris Karan (Himself - as the Dudley Moore Trio 1 episode - 1969), Bernard Keeffe (Himself - Presenter 1 episode - 1969), Duchess of Kent (Herself - Prize Presenter 1 episode - 1969), Hetty King (Herself 1 episode - 1969), Charles Leno (Himself - Narrator 1 episode - 1969), Arthur Moreira Lima (Himself - Finalist 1 episode - 1969), Sue Lloyd (Linda Loring 1 episode - 1969), Myrna Loy (Herself 1 episode - 1969), Cyril Luckham (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Radu Lupu (Himself - Finalist 1 episode - 1969), Sarah Marshall (Muriel 1 episode - 1969), Iréna Mayeska (Nurse 1 episode - 1969), Peter McGuirk (Himself - as the Dudley Moore Trio 1 episode - 1969), Zienia Merton (Noel 1 episode - 1969), Marian Montgomery (Herself - singer 1 episode - 1969), Sheridan Morley (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Col Charles Morris (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Joseph O'Conor (The Figure 1 episode - 1969), Robert O'Neil (Bernie Ohls 1 episode - 1969), Henry Oscar (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Pipes and Drums of the Royal Scots Greys (Themselves 1 episode - 1969), Georges Pludermacher (Himself - Finalist 1 episode - 1969), Lt-Col Douglas Pope (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Eric Portman (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Vanessa Redgrave (Herself 2 episodes - 1969-1998), Carol Reed (Himself - Interviewee 1 episode - 1969), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (Themselves 1 episode - 1969), Ellen Sheean (Beggar girl 1 episode - 1969), Donald Sinden (Himself 1 episode - 1969), C.P. Snow (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Susan Swain (Child 1 episode - 1969), Geoffrey Toone (Potter 1 episode - 1969), Jane Tucker (Freda 1 episode - 1969), Deirdre Turner (Mary 1 episode - 1969), Brett Usher (Other Voices 1 episode - 1969), Eileen Way (Old Dorothy 1 episode - 1969), Wee Georgie Wood (Himself 1 episode - 1969), Edward Woodward (F. 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