From: The Hotel Inspector (the fourth episode of the first series, broadcast 10 October, 1975)
Basil: ... if anybody wants you?
Hutchison: I'll be in the lounge. (goes into the bar)
Basil: (calling after him) Anyone in particular?... I mean, Henry Kissinger?... or just anyone with a big net? (goes into the office, where Sybil sits filing her nails) I don't know what it is about this place... I mean, some of the people we get here...
A little later...
Basil: I'm on the telephone.
Hutchison: Well, you haven't finished dialling yet, have you? (he puts his finger on the receiver rest, cutting Basil off; Basil slams the receiver down; Hutchison gets his finger away just in time) Now listen... there is a documentary tonight on BBC2 on Squawking Bird, the leader of the Blackfoot Indians in the late 1860s. Now this commences at eight forty-five and goes on for approximately three-quarters of an hour.
Basil: I'm sorry, are you talking to me?
Hutchison: Indeed I am, yes. Now, is it possible for me to reserve the BBC2 channel for the duration of this televisual feast?
Basil: Why don't you talk properly.
Hutchison: I bet your pardon?
Basil: No, it isn't.
Basil: It is not possible to reserve the BBC2 channel from the commencement of this televisual feast until the moment of the termination of its ending. Thank you so much.
I'm personally going to try very hard to incorporate the term "televisual feast" into my every day vocabulary.