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Welcome to The Frost Report guide at TV Tome. David Frost was the entrepreneur of British entertainment as the 1960s began. He had been trained at Cambridge University's famous Footlights Club, where he performed material written by the emerging comedy team of Graham Chapman and John Cleese. In short order, Frost cultivated some of the emerging wits for his short-lived BBC series That Was the Week That Was, produced by Ned Sherrin. Frost had a television contract with Westinghouse, in which he hoped to break British humor in the United States. After a short-lived U.S. edition of That Was the Week That Was ran on NBC, Frost returned to the BBC with a splendid satire-and-sketch series called The Frost Report. The writing staff chosen for The Frost Report (see below) were, in many ways, the finest comedic minds of the 1960s United Kingdom. Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Frank Muir, Barry Cryer, and Dick Vosburgh would go on to performing careers of their own, as would a

Actors: Ronnie Barker, John Cleese, Ronnie Corbett, Nicky Henson, David Frost, Sheila Steafel

Season 1 of The Frost Report

    Episode : Authority  
    Episode : Holidays  
    Episode : Sin  
    Episode : Elections  
    Episode : Class  
    Episode : The News  
    Episode : Education  
    Episode : Love  
    Episode : Law  
    Episode : Leisure  
    Episode : Medicine  
    Episode : Trends  
    Episode 1: Show #1  
    Episode 2: Show #2  
    Episode 3: Show #3  
    Episode 4: Show #4  
    Episode 5: Show #5  
    Episode 6: Show #6  
    Episode 7: Show #7  
    Episode 8: Show #8  
    Episode 9: Show #9  

Season 2 of The Frost Report

    Episode : -  
    Episode : Industry  
    Episode : Culture  
    Episode : Crime  
    Episode : Youth  
    Episode 1: Money  
    Episode 2: Women  
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