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Son of Cliché

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Son of Cliché is a comedy sketch show that ran for two series on BBC Radio 4 between 23 August 1983 and 29 December 1984.[1]

The sketches were written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, and were performed by Chris Barrie, Nick Maloney and Nick Wilton. The series was a follow-up to Grant and Naylor's 1981 series Cliché.

One of the recurring sketches from the second series of the show, "Dave Hollins: Space Cadet", formed the basis for the BBC2 TV sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf, which Grant and Naylor also scripted and in which Barrie starred.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Son of Cliché". British Comedy. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  2. ^ Pelley, Rich (5 March 2019). "How we made Red Dwarf". The Guardian.
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