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Episode 8

Bellamy's People Episode 8 of 8

Comedy. Award-winning radio phone-in host Gary Bellamy tries to pin down exactly what it means to be British.

As Gary revisits many of the people who have guided him on his tour around Bellamy's Britain he sums up what he has learnt in the making of this ground-breaking series.

Controversial radio phone-in host Steve Goodall still maintains that the ordinary British people have no voice, builder Martin Hole thinks nothing's been right since the 70s, reformed criminal Tony Beckton signs copies of his autobiography Beyond Reason, and the aristocratic Combe sisters come together over a shared love of music.

Gary also learns more about the 'Garden' cult and his new-found druid friends invite him to their fireside for an initiation ceremony involving mushroom tea and loud music.

To round off the series Geoffrey Allerton reads a moving poem about England.

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30 minutes

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Thu 11 Mar 2010 22:00

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Role Contributor
Gary BellamyThomas Rhys
ActorCharlie Higson
ActorSimon Day
ActorLucy Montgomery
ActorRosie Cavaliero
ActorPaul Whitehouse
ActorFelix Dexter
ActorAdil Ray
ActorRobert Popper
ActorZahra Ahmadi
ActorJason Lewis
ActorDaniel Kaluuya
ActorAyesha Antoine
ActorSam Fletcher
ActorMoliie Berthoud
DirectorCharlie Higson
DirectorPaul Whitehouse
ProducerCharlie Higson
ProducerPaul Whitehouse
ProducerAli Bryer Carron
WriterPaul Whitehouse
WriterCharlie Higson
WriterThomas Rhys
WriterFelix Dexter
WriterRobert Popper
WriterSimon Day
WriterLucy Montgomery
WriterRosie Cavaliero

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