The Day Today (1994– )
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Features reports on the British Pound being stolen, the plummeting ratings of The Bureau, the clamping of the homeless in London, a reminiscence of events in 1944, government ministers ... See full summary »

Director:

Andrew Gillman

Writers:

Christopher Morris (written and devised by), Armando Iannucci (written and devised by) | 6 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Morris ... Christopher Morris / Ted Maul / Additional Roles
Rebecca Front ... Susie Herper / Barbara Wintergreen / Ange - The Bureau / Rosy May
Doon Mackichan ... Kendal Ball / Maria -The Bureau / Collaterlie Sisters / Suzanna Gekkaloys (as Doon MacKichan)
Patrick Marber ... Chapman Baxter / Guy - The Bureau / Jaques-'Jaques' Liverot / Dônnnald Bethl'hem
Steve Coogan ... Alan Partridge / Travis Daveley / Hennety - The Bureau
David Schneider ... Colin Akavito / Alex - The Bureau / Sylvester Stewart / Jonathan
Michael Alexander St John Michael Alexander St John ... Announcer (voice)
Jean Ainslie Jean Ainslie ... Louisa Smams
Bill Bailey Bill Bailey ... Judge
Philip Bretherton
Andrew Burt Andrew Burt ... Martin Craste
Carl Forgione Carl Forgione
Robert Putt Robert Putt
John Thomson ... Treasurer
Margery Withers Margery Withers
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Storyline

Features reports on the British Pound being stolen, the plummeting ratings of The Bureau, the clamping of the homeless in London, a reminiscence of events in 1944, government ministers contracting a disease that inhibits reading, and the trade agreement and subsequent war between Australia and Hong Kong. Also features Barbara Wintergreen reporting on Chapman Baxter being executed by the reanimated corpse of his last victim, and Alan Partridge riding with a female rally driver. Written by GusF

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Genres:

Comedy

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Release Date:

16 February 1994 (UK) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

TalkBack Productions See more »
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Connections

Spoofs EastEnders (1985) See more »

Soundtracks

Disco Inferno
(uncredited)
Written by Leroy Green and Ron Kersey
Performed by The Trammps
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