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Injury Time was a radio comedy programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during the 1980s. The first episode was broadcast in 1980, and it ran for three series. The show starred Robert Bathurst, Martin Bergman, Rory McGrath, Jimmy Mulville and Emma Thompson. Sketches included Rory McGrath parodying Shaw Taylor on Police 5.

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  • Injury Time was a radio comedy programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during the 1980s. The first episode was broadcast in 1980, and it ran for three series. The show starred Robert Bathurst, Martin Bergman, Rory McGrath, Jimmy Mulville and Emma Thompson. Sketches included Rory McGrath parodying Shaw Taylor on Police 5.
  • Injury Time was a radio comedy programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during the summers of 1980, 1981, and 1982, with a 1982 New Years Special The show starred Robert Bathurst, Martin Bergman, Rory McGrath, Jimmy Mulville and Emma Thompson. Sketches included Rory McGrath parodying Shaw Taylor on Police 5.
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  • Injury Time was a radio comedy programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during the 1980s. The first episode was broadcast in 1980, and it ran for three series. The show starred Robert Bathurst, Martin Bergman, Rory McGrath, Jimmy Mulville and Emma Thompson. Sketches included Rory McGrath parodying Shaw Taylor on Police 5.
  • Injury Time was a radio comedy programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during the summers of 1980, 1981, and 1982, with a 1982 New Years Special The show starred Robert Bathurst, Martin Bergman, Rory McGrath, Jimmy Mulville and Emma Thompson. Sketches included Rory McGrath parodying Shaw Taylor on Police 5.
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  • August 1980
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  • August 1982
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