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The Complete and Utter History of Britain
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  1. a 1969 television comedy sketch show

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  2. created and written by Michael Palin and Terry Jones between the two series of Do Not Adjust Your Set

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  3. produced for and broadcast by London Weekend Television but was not shown in other ITV regions

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  4. The idea (inspired by a sketch in an earlier show, Twice a Fortnight) was to replay history as if television had been around at the time

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  5. Sketches included interviews with the vital characters in the dressing-room after the Battle of Hastings, Samuel Pepys presenting a TV chat-show and an estate agent trying to sell Stonehenge to a young couple looking for their first home ('It's got c

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