Sep 21, 2015 · Alan gives a group of girl guides a tour of Parliament. Ricky Gervais - "This Might Be The Best Chat show Ever!" - 2/2 Visits In Chron. Order [720p] - Duration: 28:35. The Jayleno Fly Recommended ...Author: ITV Comedy
Sep 13, 1987 · Created by Maurice Gran, Laurence Marks. With Rik Mayall, Michael Troughton, Marsha Fitzalan, Terence Alexander. The ultra right-wing Alan B'Stard, the most selfish, greedy, dishonest, sadistic and sociopathic Conservative MP of them all, plots to achieve his meglomaniacal ambitions.7.9/10(2.2K)
Rik Mayall returns as 'The New Statesman', Alan B'Stard, to launch a national theatre tour, Monday 20 March 2006, outside the House of Commons, central London. The tour begings at the Theatre Royal Brighton on 19 April. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo Credit should read: Steve Parsons/PA.
In 1987, Mayall played fictional Conservative MP Alan Beresford B'Stard in the sitcom The New Statesman (Yorkshire Television) written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. The character was a satirical portrait of Tory MPs in the United Kingdom in the 1980s and early 1990s. The programme ran for four series—incorporating two BBC specials ...
Oct 28, 2019 · Mark Searby, the resident film critic on BBC Radios Northampton and Suffolk, has written a new biography about Rik Mayall, concentrating on his work and compiled from more than 30 interviews with the likes of Alexei Sayle, Nigel Planer, Laurence Marks & Maurice Gran and more.In this exclusive preview, he describes the genesis of Alan B'Stard, the anti-hero of The New Statesman.