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100 Greatest TV Characters (5 May 2001)

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A two-part TV special which counts down Britain's favourite television characters, as voted for by the British public.

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Entertaining trip through time.
12 May 2001 | by (Derbyshire, England) – See all my reviews

Ardal O'Hanlon makes a suitably witty host for this television special, broadcast on Channel 4. It counts down the top 100 television characters to have been featured on British television over the years, as voted by viewers. As well as Ardal's humorous introductions, there are contributions by actors, writers and producers who brought them to our screens, plus comments by journalists, television celebrities and fans. A very long program, but a thoroughly enjoyable and nostalgic remembrance of dramatic, comic and biographical television creations.


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