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  • Genres : Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Air date : 1988
  • Termination date : 1991
  • Usual episode duration : 30 min
  • Released seasons : 3
  • Released episodes : 18

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Alexei Sayle's Stuff (1988)

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Sketches are interspersed with Sayle's trademarked angry stand-up monologues delivered from increasingly odd locations about England> Sayle is seen traversing the country on a moped in a vague attempt to catalogue and comprehend all the "stuff" about him. The style of humour is often surreal, blunt and offensive to many. The bulk of the content was written by Sayle himself, with Andrew Marshall and David Renwick. Additional material was contributed by long time collaborator David Stafford and comedian and promoter Huw David Thomas. Although Sayle's humour in the programme covers many bases, politics is always a favorite target: "Recently I had to get married, 'cos I got my girlfriend into trouble - got her involved in the civil war in Angola.

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