Alan Partridge - Knowing Me, Knowing You 2 herunterladen
|1||Knowing Me, Knowing You (Episode 3)||29:02|
|2||Knowing Me, Knowing You (Episode 4)||29:51|
|ZBBC 1637||Alan Partridge||Knowing Me, Knowing You 2 (Cass, Album)||BBC||ZBBC 1637||UK||1994|
|ZBBC 1637 CD||Alan Partridge||Knowing Me, Knowing You 2 (CD, Album)||BBC||ZBBC 1637 CD||UK||1994|
|0563 393688||Alan Partridge||Knowing Me, Knowing You 2 (CD, Mixed)||BBC Records||0563 393688||UK||2002|
- Concept By [Conceived From An Idea By] – Armando Iannucci, Patrick Marber, Patrick Marber
- Performer [Taking Part] – David Schneider, Doon MacKichan, Patrick Marber, Rebecca Front, Steve Coogan
- Producer – Armando Iannucci
- Written-By – Patrick Marber, Steve Coogan
- Written-By [Additional Material] – Armando Iannucci
Formally attributed to "Steve Coogan" on the spine.
Track titles are not given on the release.
Contains two episodes from the BBC Radio comedy series "Knowing Me Knowing You":
1: Episode 3, transmission date 15 December 1992.
2. Episode 4, transmission date 22 December 1992.
℗ BBC Worldwide Ltd 1994
© BBC Worldwide Ltd 1995
- Barcode: 5 011755 163723
- Other (ISBN): 0-563-39368-8
- Rights Society: MCPS
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
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