A Milligan for all seasons TV Series by Ron Burton

A Milligan for all seasons TV Series

Ron Burton

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A Milligan for all seasons TV Series

Ron Burton

The Nun's Olympics. Left to right Barbara Bremel, Kevin Moran and Susan Crosland during filming at Chiswick Polytechnic sports ground. They didn't have quite the organisation, perhaps, of the Munich Olympics. But the ecclesiastical games yesterday did have a spirit of their own. There were nuns, monks, rabbis , and vicars gathered in Chiswick to display their prowess for Spike Milligan , whose new BBC TV comedy series "A Milligan for all seasons" starts next week. There were hurdle races for the nuns (at least two of whom were fellers), pole vaults for priests . . . and an amazing- confessional relay, with each runner stopping to confess every 100 yards. Producer Roger Race, slightly bemused, said: " Spike told us to order a couple of dozen actors in clerical garb � and this is the result." Spike himself turned out for the hurdles, dressed as a Roma n Catholic priest. Hoping to achieve immortality, presumably , as the Father of the Games. 4th September 1972

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