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In Bed with Medinner (series 4)

This is a list of episodes of In Bed with Medinner episodes in broadcast order (where known), from series 4.
Programme # Production Code Original airdate Presenter Producer Director
1 9C25772 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills continues his quest to seek out the weirdest and wackiest folk on the globe. This week, Bob shows us how difficult it is to launch an acting career when you live in Sheffield. He follows one young hopeful who - armed with a few appearances in Look North - tries to get a sponsored car and clothes. Despite the attentions of an image consultant, he still holds out hope of getting a part as a menacing cop. Bob also finds out how explorer John Blashford-Snell responds to the arrival of a new kid on the block. Contains third party footage
2 9C25773 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills trawls through televisual heaven, continuing the show's North American theme. Meet Canadian Troy Hercebes - a man with a mission. After being attacked by a grizzly bear he's determined to track down the beast wearing a specially made protective suit. To test the suit, Troy allows himself to be hit by cars and baseball bats, does Tai-Chi while dressed like Frank Spencer and plays a series of games with hand grenades. Meanwhile, Bob's friends in the US police have uncovered a dangerous breed of man. Prepare for the runaway criminal with a set of gnashers to scare the hardest of police dogs! Contains third party footage
3 9C25774 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
This week: Jesco, the best tap dancer in the Appalachian Mountains. He also has a brother called Dorothy, who sniffs petrol, and thinks he's Elvis. In addition, a flashback returns to the early '80s where we meet Johnny Rubbish, Britain's first punk comedian, who teaches Bob a thing or two about punchlines.
4 9C25775 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills takes us back to the golden age of British television, where the men wore nylon and the women bathing suits. Bob's "uncle" makes an appearance with his saxophone, and the musical theme continues when a Sheffield youth proves that white men can sing reggae. Also, more embarrassing reminders of Bob's celebrity carousing and an explanation why men in flat caps are funny.
5 9C25776) 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
This week, Bob introduces us to Aaron Russo, the Hollywood film producer who became so angry about the government that he hired a studio to tell us he was "mad as hell". Despite a passing resemblance to Danny Baker and a problem with remembering percentages, Aaron still finds time to swap cooking tips and share a few gender jokes. Also, we meet the strictest teacher, who enforces discipline with a shotgun, and a boy who really loves The Birds.
6 9C25777 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills begins another trawl through televisual heaven with a trip to the USA. First off, he meets the bad boys from a motorbike gang who teach him all about how to stand up for himself in a bar-room brawl. He then scoots off to the other side of town to hitch up with his friends in the local police force. There is also just enough time to squeeze in a bizarre film featuring a little known appearance by Bill Cosby. Contains third party footage
7 9C25778 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob returns to his old friend Jesco White, who became so successful in his first documentary appearance that he was invited on the US television show "Roseanne". But things start to go wrong, when Tom Arnold discovers a swastika tattooed on Jesco's hand and suggests he gets it removed. Also, beautiful women of Norwich compete for Miss Anglia 1980, where the world's most famous 'man' poet has become a surprise contestant.
8 9C25779 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
This Week, When Punks Were Still Kings, and In The Eighties. Unfortunately, these punks live in Huddersfield and the anarchy extends to getting their mums to do their washing. Also, we return to Bob's friends in the US police force, and look at a bogus harassment claim by a fashion victim called Benny, who wears $100 shorts.
9 9C25780 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob unearths a forgotten treasure of children's television: London Bride. The show features Brian Moore (the world's tallest hairdresser), commentary on table football, the omni-directional Rubettes, and a bizarre title sequence. Bob also catches up with friends in the US police to deliver a master class in the art of the arrest.
10 9C25781 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills returns to one of his favourite shows, London Bridge, to see a master class in magic and discover what happened to Rodney Bewes after The Likely Lads. Also, Britain's most sarcastic psychic, who has discovered that all ailments are related to your state of mind. But she can't shake her nasty cough, and always seems to run out of time.
11 9C25782 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills continues his quest to seek out the weirdest and wackiest folk on the globe. This week he introduces Paul Nolan, a gigolo who is "too handsome to live". He lets us in on some of the tricks of his trade, such as sure-fire strategies for wooing the women: "always talk to women about soap operas", and "always end your sentences with 'mate'". This works particularly well with Australian punters! This week's show also rediscovers Sarah Michelle, one of Britain's forgotten stars, whose career as a singer was kick-started after her arrest in Greece for lewd dancing. Her first single, Dirty Dancing, flopped. The campaign for a re-release begins here! Contains third party footage
12 9C25783 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob delves into the world of spiritual healing. We meet a man who was taught by a lemon, and knows how to clean chakras, but is adamant that his female patients don't think they're being touched. Also: how the US police deal with a naked man who doesn't know how to obey orders.
13 9C25785 1998 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
This week, we meet Kurt Saxon, who is a real-life James Bond. He can turn household objects into lethal weapons, but is still a dab hand at making pancakes. He's entirely safe as long as you're not Russian. Also: a spiritual healer who cures by clapping, and an odd couple with grass on their roof.
14 9C25788 1998-01-10 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
This week we discover two presenters who appear to hate each other, despite co-hosting a show about housing. Ray Gosling is the junior reporter who fights for the rights of aggrieved tenants, while John Mcgregor in the studio is always ready with a stern reprimand. We also see how the US police deal with the most vicious crime of all - the torn apron!
15 9C25784 1998-01-24 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob returns to a beauty contest and discovers that the gardens of Skegness are deemed a fitting venue for the best-looking women of Yorkshire. Bob notices how untrustworthy the women are when describing their hobbies. The US police deal with a man who talks too much. Also: The usual pantry full of celebrity gifts, a bizarre dumbwaiter, and the most unusual library you'll ever come across.
16 9C25786 1998-01-31 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob discovers that a lesser known achievement of the ancient Egyptians — apart from pyramids — was the invention of powered flight. A man in Brentwood proves that key sites of the ancient world were actually airports with spaces set aside for customs, and detailed models gleaned from hieroglyphics show that Egyptians could travel across the world. We also discover how best to use an ankh without cheating.
17 9C25787 1998-02-07 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
We meet the rudest motorist ever, who can't contain his rage when he gets a speeding ticket. Also: Ray Gosling and John McGregor co-host a programme about housing, and can't agree about the treatment of local Gypsies.
18 9C25790 1998-02-21 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob unearths a programme that shows how cool the late seventies really were, a Regional Heat of the UK Disco Dancing Championship: Romeo and Juliet's in Doncaster is the venue as Simon Bates leads us through the moves that made the British the best dancers in the world. Bob also shows us America's most effective drug-sniffing dog, Cowboy, who can find any drugs, as long as they're in front of his face.
19 9C25789 1998-02-28 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Off-beat comedian Bob Mills takes a late night, satirical look at life and the world at large in Still In Bed With Medinner. Contains third party footage
20 9C25792 1998-03-14 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Off beat comedian Bob Mills takes a late night, satirical look at life and the world at large in Still In Bed with Medinner. Contains third party footage
21 9C25793 1998-03-21 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Bob Mills presents. Clips: Cops call the police (USA), The Great Storm - Pan Head & Margate, On Site builders Lancaster. Contains third party footage.
22 9C25794 1998-03-28 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Off-beat comedian Bob Mills takes a late night, satirical look at life and the world at large in Still In Bed with Medinner. Clips: Friday Now - Tube barriers, Hasill Adkins, 'Friday Now' - 45 minutes. Contains third party footage
23 9C25791 1998-04-11 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Off-beat comedian Bob Mills takes a late night, satirical look at life and the world at large in Still in Bed With Medinner. Contains third party footage
24 9C25795 1998-04-18 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Clips: London Bridge Astrology, Mrs Mundy, Cops, Speedy Gonzalez (USA). Contains third party footage.
25 9C25796 1998-04-25 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Clips: Song for Lisa, Sarah Brightman, Danny Baker at Waterloo station. Contains third party footage.
26 9C25797 1998-05-02 Bob Mills Conrad Green Tony Gregory
Clips: Massage & Colonic Irrigation, Amazing Delores. Contains third party footage.
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