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|Series I (1988)|
|Balance of Power|
|Waiting for God|
|Confidence and Paranoia|
|Series II (1988)|
|Better than Life|
|Thanks for the Memory|
|Series III (1989)|
|The Last Day|
|Series IV (1991)|
|Series V (1992)|
|Demons and Angels|
|Back to Reality|
|Series VI (1993)|
|Gunmen of the Apocalypse|
|Emohawk: Polymorph II|
|Out of Time|
|Series VII (1997)|
|Tikka to Ride|
|Stoke Me a Clipper|
|Beyond a Joke|
|Series VIII (1999)|
|Back in the Red: Part I|
|Back in the Red: Part II|
|Back in the Red: Part III|
|Pete: Part I|
|Pete: Part II|
|Only the Good...|
|Back to Earth (2009)|
- Television : Electronic transmission of moving pictures.
- Science fiction : A story-telling genre that presents alternatives to what is currently considered scientifically possible or that extrapolates from present-day knowledge.
- Comedy : The art of entertaining with humour.
- BBC : British state-owned radio and TV broadcasting organization founded in 1922 under Lord John Reith.
- Craig Charles : English actor, stand up comedian, author, poet, and radio and television presenter, best known for playing Dave Lister in Red Dwarf.
- Chris Barrie : Add brief definition or description
- Danny John-Jules : (1960-) British actor and dancer, best known for his role as 'the Cat' in Red Dwarf.
- Robert Llewellyn : A British actor, comedian and star of Red Dwarf.
- Norman Lovett : (b. 31 October 1946) English stand-up comedian and actor, best known for the role of Holly in Red Dwarf during the first, second, seventh (as a guest star) and eighth series.
- Hattie Hayridge : Add brief definition or description
- Chloë Annett : Add brief definition or description
- Rob Grant : Add brief definition or description
- Doug Naylor : Add brief definition or description