Mr. Cholmondley-Warner is a character from Harry Enfield's Television Programme.

A snobbish, upper-crust 1930s newsreel presenter (played by Jon Glover). Miles Cholmondley-Warner ("Chumley-Warner"), with his manservant Greyson (Enfield), would expound on various issues of the day and attempt to uphold the British Empire's values. In the second series this gave way to a series of public information films that would advise, amongst other things, that women refrain from participating in complex conversations (as this would lead to insanity) or that babies be given gin to ensure a good night's sleep. The characters also appeared in a series of TV adverts for Mercury Communications. The sketch Women: Know Your Limits! was plagiarised by a Danish PR agency in a campaign video for the Danish Act of Succession referendum, 2009.