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Jeremy Beadle presents the 1st Series of You've Been Framed which began to air on the 6th January 1991 and ended on the 17th February 1991. It returned for a Christmas Special on the 29th December 1991.
Episode 1 (6th January 1991)

Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder and he'll be presenting a £1000 cheque for the funniest home video of the show.

Episode 2 (13th January 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder and he'll be presenting a £1000 cheque for the funniest home video of the show and the chance to win the £5000 star prize for the funniest video of the series.
Episode 3 (20th January 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder, Another hilarious collection of marvellous mishaps from home video.
Episode 4 (27th January 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder. Muscle man mishaps, canine comedy and holiday howlers.
Episode 5 (3rd February 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder and he'll be presenting a £1000 cheque for the funniest home video of the show and be shorlisted for the £5000 star prize for the funniest of the series.
Episode 6 (10th February 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces magic moments captured on camcorder.
Episode 7 (17th February 1991)
Jeremy Beadle introduces the final collection of hillarious home videos in this series. The feast of magic moments includes the funniest British clips of previous shows and theres £5000 cheque waiting for the funniest of the series.

Episode 8 (29th December 1991)

Christmas Special
This hillarious show features some of the very best of those brand new clips as Jeremy Beadle unwraps a side splitting seasonal special packed with Christmas crackers and festive funnies.

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