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1991 Flashback: The Real McCoy

On 10 May 1991, comedy sketch and stand up show The Real McCoy made its debut on BBC television.

The landmark series, which ran for five years, helped launch the careers of black and Asian performers such as Angie Le Mar, Eddie Nestor, Robbie Gee, Meera Syal and Kulvinder Ghir.

Watch classic clips from the show below:

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Tags BBC, black english, angie le mar, The Real McCoy, Eddie Nestor, Robbie Gee, Meera Syal and Kulvinder Ghir
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