Don’t Drink The Water

Don't Drink The Water, 1974 Blakey's Off To Retire In Spain.......Not many people remember this On The Buses spin-off.  Don't drink The Water ran for thirteen episodes over two series.Regrettably the s...
selwyn frogitt is broadening his horizons in the spin off from oh no it's selwyn froggitt

Selwyn

Selwyn, 1978 Bill Maynard returns as Selwyn Froggitt, in this this spin off from the hugely successful Oh No It’s Selwyn Froggitt.For this series only Bill Maynard remained from the original cast and it wa...

Larry Grayson Shut The Door And Then….

The Larry Grayson Show, 1975 Larry Grayson is an often forgotten comic of enormous talent best remembered for hosting The Generation Game.  However, before The Generation Game he had success with ITV.  Having ...

Larry Grayson – Shut That Door

Shut That Door - 1972 - 1973 Larry Grayson, perhaps doesn't get the credit he deserves, he was a very funny comic who often gets overlooked.It was Lew Grade, who after seeing Larry Grayson on various guest...

Yus, My Dear

Yus, My Dear - 1976 Another sitcom from the London Weekend stable.  Yus My Dear was the spin off sequel from the classic Romany Jones.  It starred Arthur Mullard and Queenie Watts reprising their roles  as Wal...

The Glums – From Radio To Television

The Glums - From Radio, 1954 To Television, 1978 One for our older readers perhaps.  The Glums started life as a popular sketch on the successful BBC Radio series Take It From Here, making their debut in 1954....

Pardon My Genie

Pardon My Genie - 1972 Pardon My Genie was a 1970s children's comedy series from the man that went on to create that other children's comedy classic Rentaghost.  Although aimed at a younger audience, the show ...

Thick As Thieves

Thick As Thieves, 1974 Another show you could call forgotten!  Thick as Thieves was an 8 part sitcom that ran for just the one series in 1974.  Written by an established writing team and featuring some well kn...
diana dors stsrs in the itv sitcom queen's castle

We’re Off To The Castle…..

Queenie's Castle, 1970 It's a great shame in this modern age of multi channel TV, that so many ITV vintage sitcoms seldom get an airing.This little gem ran for three series notching up eighteen episodes be...