Note: Thread retitled and expanded on 21st June 2022.
The subject of this thread is something of a long-shot in nature, but here goes anyway as I'd really like to see the TV show in question again some time. :)
Does anyone here recall a TV programme that was either a one-off sketch or show or part of a series where there was a parody of the late Colin Fry-type of TV psychic medium that was very popular at this time and afterwards. To be more specific the sort of thing I'm referring to here is just the sort of audience that a psychic medium like Colin Fry stands before and says he's getting a dead person that someone in the audience will know coming through with messages for them.
In this spoof I recall the psychic had long hair down past his shoulders, was wearing a suit and kept getting details about the dead person wrong with the relative or friend arguing with them that they were wrong. He then comically tried to correct them to show he was right. It was really very funny indeed and I'd love to know what the show/programme was called so I could possibly find a copy of it. I've looked online to no avail but this US TV sketch showing a parody of the late TV psychic medium Sylvia Brown gives a bit of an idea of what this UK show was like: