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BritCom Club

Upcoming Programs

Waiting for God
Monday, May 29 at 10:30 PM on IPTV

Keeping Up Appearances
Thursday, June 1 at 10:30 PM on IPTV

As Time Goes By
Friday, June 2 at 10:30 PM on IPTV

Last of the Summer Wine
Happy Birthday Robin Hood
Saturday, June 3 at 9:30 PM on IPTV

Last of the Summer Wine
Happy Birthday Robin Hood
Tuesday, June 6 at 10:30 PM on IPTV

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This special club is available to members who give their support for an additional gift of $25. For information, contact Darla at (800) 728-2828 or darla@iptv.org

If your Saturday evenings are often spent watching IPTV's British comedy lineup, you should be part of the Britcom Club!

Your investment helps us purchase the rights to your favourite British comedies -- which means you can help make sure these shows stay on IPTV. Your membership includes The BritCom Bulletin, a monthly e-newsletter with details on what's happening with British programming on IPTV, mouth-watering recipes and the scoop on all things British. You will also receive invitations to special Britcom events throughout the year.

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BritCom Q&A

VICAR OF DIBLEY

Why did they stop making "Vicar"?

Dawn French (Geraldine, the Vicar) is very busy with various projects. Several recent specials were produced, and IPTV has aired all four of them.

AS TIME GOES BY

Is there a fanclub/web site for As Time Goes BY? I love the writing and acting in this show and miss it terribly.

The Web site (by a fan) at http://atgbcentral.com has tons of information--almost every article and photo of Judi Dench that is available plus much more. It would take days to read everything there. There is a search function, which helps one find information about the various actors, etc. It's the most thorough site that we've found that is still active and constantly updated.

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE

Where was that filmed and what year was it filmed?

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE is the longest-running British comedy in England. It began in 1972 and is still in production. It is filmed in Yorkshire in the Holme Valley including the villages of Holmfirth and Marsden. Want to know more? Try this great fansite located at http://www.summer-wine.com/summer-wine/indexbackup2.htm

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