List of Victoria Wood As Seen On TV episodes

This is an episode listing for the BBC television show Victoria Wood As Seen On TV, with the episodes' original airdates listed.

Series 1

Show 1

(Broadcast 11 January 1985)

  • Stand up: The Radio Station (Victoria Wood)
  • Bunbury Homes (Duncan Preston)
  • Family Planning (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Tastes to Come (Susie Blake)
  • Tastes to Come (Duncan Preston, Celia Imrie)
  • Song – "Seasons of Love" (Victoria Wood)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 1
  • Video Box
  • Documentary: A Fairly Ordinary Man (Jim Broadbent, Victoria Wood, Christine Hargreaves)
  • Margery and Joan (Julie Walters, Victoria Wood)
  • Song – "Keep on Shopping" (Hope Jackman, Victoria Wood, Sue Jones-Davies, Meg Johnson)
  • Continuity announcer: The weather and obesity (Susie Blake) [1][2]

Show 2

(Broadcast 18 January 1985)

  • Stand up: A Strange Man With A Wardrobe (Victoria Wood)
  • Advertisement: Cheap and Handy (Duncan Preston, Victoria Wood)
  • Turkish Baths (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Playbox (Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston)
  • Transmission breakdown
    • Song: "I'm Gonna Knock, Knock, Knock On Your Knocker"
  • Gail and Carl
  • Continuity announcer: Acorn Antiques (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 2
  • Kitty (Patricia Routledge)
  • Song (duet): "Pissed Off With Love"
  • Documentary: "Swim The Channel" (Victoria Wood, Ron Pember, Maggie Ollerenshaw)
  • Continuity announcer: Viewers in the North (Susie Blake)
  • The reporter (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters) [3]

Show 3

(Broadcast 25 January 1985)

  • Stand up: Swimming baths and the Doctors (Victoria Wood)
  • Doorbells album (Duncan Preston)
  • Shoe Shop (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Plays with dressing gowns (Susie Blake)
  • Fitted Kitchen: Ill-Fitting Relationships
  • Service Wash (Victoria Wood)
  • Anti-mugging spray (Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston)
  • Song: "A Simple Northern Boy" (Victoria Wood)
  • The Underwear Shop (Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston)
  • Video Box
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 3
  • Continuity announcer: Acorn Antiques Book (Susie Blake)
  • The Piano Shop (Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie)
  • Documentary: "To Be An Actress"
  • Pause For Thought
  • Continuity announcer: Forthcoming events (Susie Blake) [4]

Show 4

(Broadcast 1 February 1985)

  • Stand Up: A Brick Through The Window (Victoria Wood)
  • At The Doctor's: Cold Meat (Victoria Wood, Duncan Preston)
  • Cosmetic surgery (Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie)
  • Continuity announcer: Pippa (Susie Blake)
  • Pippa
  • Gail and Carl: The Facts of Life
  • Song: "Go Away" (Victoria Wood)
  • At The Doctor's: Running
  • Continuity announcer: Acorn Antiques (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 4
  • Kitty (Patricia Routledge)
  • Continuity announcer: Tops and blouses (Susie Blake)
  • Documentary: "On Campus"
  • At The Doctor's: Periods
  • The Self-Assertion Class [5]

Show 5

(Broadcast 8 February 1985)

  • Stand up: Pam (Victoria Wood)
  • Advertisement: "Happy With Your Wash?" (Celia Imrie)
  • Supermarket Checkout (Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie)
  • Continuity announcer: Strikes and Sunday viewing (Susie Blake)
  • The Divorce (Maureen Lipman, Denis Lawson)
  • Margery and Joan (Julie Walters, Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: The weather (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 5
  • Giving Notes
  • Documentary: "Just An Ordinary School"
  • Announcement: The Last Show (Victoria Wood)
    • Song: "Say Goodbye" (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston et al.)
  • Continuity announcer: Darker nights (Susie Blake) [6]

Show 6

(Broadcast 15 February 1985)

  • Stand up: Parties (Victoria Wood)
  • The Library: Sex and Violence
  • The Health Food Restaurant (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Film classic
  • Film classic
  • Kitty (Patricia Routledge)
  • The Library: Polycotton
  • Continuity announcer: Ministry Of Warnings (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 6 Acorn Antiques
  • Continuity announcer: The Skip (Susie Blake)
  • Gail and Carl: Washing-up Bowls
  • Dandruff Commercial
  • Whither the Arts (Duncan Preston)
    • Documentary: "Bessie"
  • Postscript [7]

Series 2

Show 1

(Broadcast 10 November 1986)

  • Stand Up: First Date (Victoria Wood)
  • Advertisement: Bicycle Clips (Duncan Preston)
  • Spaghetti
  • Continuity announcer: American Musical (Susie Blake)
  • American Musical
  • Country Life
  • Continuity announcer: Soap operas (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 7
  • Documentary: "Mr Right" (Duncan Preston, Anne Reid)
  • Song: "Let's Do It" (Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Unemployment (Susie Blake) [8][9]

Show 2

(Broadcast 17 November 1986)

  • Stand up: Blood Donors & Shakespeare (Victoria Wood)
  • Advertisement: Stealing detergent
  • Bingo (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Spanish opera (Susie Blake)
  • Spanish opera
  • Kelly-Marie Turnstall (Victoria Wood, Mary Jo Randle)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 8
  • Continuity announcer: Advertisement for Acorn Antiques Record
    • Acorn Antiques Costume Exhibition
  • Kitty (Patricia Routledge)
  • Say Who You Are
  • Olde Tyme Music Hall
  • Continuity announcer: "Well Woman" (Susie Blake)
  • Documentary: "Today In Hospital" (Duncan Preston)
  • Fireside Tales: Megan's PMT [10]

Show 3

(Broadcast 24 November 1986)

  • Stand up: Public Transport (Victoria Wood)
  • The Doctor: Pregnancy
  • The Trolley
  • Continuity announcer: Frigidity (Susie Blake)
  • The Second Mrs Constable
  • Margery and Joan (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Acorn Antiques (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 9
  • Song: "Don't Come Back" (Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Catherine Scott
  • Documentary: "Billy" (Hugh Lloyd, Duncan Preston, Victoria Wood)
  • Fireside Tales: Morag
  • Continuity announcer: Closedown [11]

Show 4

(Broadcast 1 December 1986)

  • Stand up: Acne & Schooldays (Victoria Wood)
  • The Picnic On The Cliffs
  • Continuity announcer: With Signs For The Deaf (Susie Blake)
  • No Gossip – Macbeth
  • Kitty (Patricia Routledge)
  • Continuity announcer: Acorn Antiques
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 10
  • Song: "I Saw You Today" (Victoria Wood)
  • Kelly-Marie Turnstall (Victoria Wood, Mary Jo Randle)
  • Medical School
  • Continuity announcer: The Wetherbys
  • Documentary: "A Very Funny Young Man Indeed" [12]

Show 5

(Broadcast 8 December 1986)

  • Stand up: The Builders (Victoria Wood)
  • Countrywide Local
  • Advertisement: Chocolates?
  • Jean and Barbara: Partly Political Broadcast (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Continuity announcer: Regional breakfast TV (Susie Blake)
  • Margery and Joan (Julie Walters, Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Birthday Parade 1 (Susie Blake)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 11
  • Song: "A Day At The Seaside" (Hope Jackman, Meg Johnson, Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Birthday Parade 2 (Susie Blake)
  • The Garden Hose
  • Documentary: "Flatmates" [13]

Show 6

(Broadcast 15 December 1986)

  • Stand up: Old Moore's Almanac (Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Sports
  • Tattoo Parlour
  • Continuity announcer: Axing of Acorn Antiques Characters (Susie Blake, Duncan Preston, Julie Walters, Kenny Ireland)
  • Acorn Antiques – Episode 12
  • Documentary: "Winnie's Lucky Day"
  • Song: "Count Your Blessings"
  • Two Soups (Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston)
  • Continuity announcer: Final Comment (Susie Blake) [14]

Special

(Broadcast 18 December 1987)

  • Continuity announcer: Forthcoming events (Susie Blake)
  • Stand up: Soap operas (Victoria Wood)
  • Advertisement: The Man's Bra (Duncan Preston)
  • Self-Service (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters)
  • Video Advertisement
  • Coronation Street (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Lill Roughley)
  • Doctor Who (Jim Broadbent)
  • Continuity announcer: Employment (Susie Blake)
  • McConomy (Celia Imrie)
  • Song: "High Risk Area" (Victoria Wood)
  • Real Life (Julie Walters, Celia Imrie)
  • A Woman In Specs (Victoria Wood)
  • Continuity announcer: Sunday television (Susie Blake)
  • Antiques Roadshow (Lill Roughley)
  • The Anorak Song (Stanley Baxter)
  • The Mayflower Hotel, Nottingham (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Duncan Preston)
  • Documentary: "The Making Of Acorn Antiques" (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston, Kenny Ireland, Maggie Steed, Sam Kelly, Paul Heiney)
  • Song: "At The Chippy" (Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Lill Roughley, Meg Johnson)
  • Continuity announcer/Andrew: Epilogue (Susie Blake) [15][16]

References

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  8. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV episode guide Series 2". David England. 3 November 2007. Archived from the original on 13 May 2007.
  9. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV 10 November 1986 BBC Infax Guide". BBC Infax. 3 November 2007.
  10. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV 17 November 1986 BBC Infax Guide". BBC Infax. 3 November 2007.
  11. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV 24 November 1986 BBC Infax Guide". BBC Infax. 3 November 2007.
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  13. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV 08 December 1986 BBC Infax Guide". BBC Infax. 3 November 2007.
  14. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV 15 December 1986 BBC Infax Guide". BBC Infax. 3 November 2007.
  15. "Victoria Wood-As Seen on TV episode guide Special". David England. 3 November 2007. Archived from the original on 29 September 2007.
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