A Stab in the Dark

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    Episode 1

    From 1992. Michael Gove roots through Sting, David Attenborough and Anita Roddick's bins to check their green credentials. David Baddiel evaluates England boss Graham Taylor, a week before Euro 92.

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled26 mins
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    Episode 2

    From 1992. David Baddiel shares his opinion on the fashionisation of Aids prevention. Michael Gove interviews Peter Bottomley MP; is it true that the government doesn't make concessions to the IRA?

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled26 mins
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    Episode 3

    From 1992. Is the Citizen's Charter responsible for trains taking longer to reach their destinations? Did Graham Taylor's brand of football incite England fans to riot at Euro 92?

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled24 mins
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    Episode 4

    From 1992. Michael Gove speaks to a former armed robber about rising crime. Michael also asks Tessa Jowell MP: 'why do we need maternity benefit?' Plus: is heroin propaganda counter-productive?

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled25 mins
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    Episode 5

    From 1992. Should Britain merge with Germany? Michael Gove speaks to Hugh Dykes MP about increased European integration. Plus: is rave music a con trick?

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled26 mins
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    Episode 6

    From 1992. Michael Gove speaks to Jerry Hayes MP about sex education. Plus gender inequality - and swearing - in television. And do tortoises fancy helmets?

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled24 mins
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    Episode 7

    From 1992. Tracey MacLeod speaks to Arthur Scargill. David Baddiel goes out to buy a dangerous dog. Michael Gove asks Kate Hoey MP to take a pay cut. Plus Alan Clark MP on international human rights.

    First shown in 1992. Strong language/adult humour/distressing graphic images and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled27 mins
  • Episode 8

    David Baddiel, Michael Gove and Tracey MacLeod challenge the powerful, the priviliged and the pompous in their anarchic and subversive live topical late-night series from 1992

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    Episode 9

    From 1992. Michael Gove speaks to Judge Michael Argyle about the age of consent in same-sex relationships. David Baddiel goes to the Barcelona Olympics, and discusses animal cruelty.

    This series first shown in 1992 features strong language, adult humour and content which viewers may find very offensiveThis episode is subtitled24 mins
  • Episode 10

    David Baddiel, Michael Gove and Tracey MacLeod challenge the powerful, the priviliged and the pompous in their anarchic and subversive live topical late-night series from 1992

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