Tom, Dick And Harriet

Tom, Dick And Harriet, 1982 Tom, Dick and Harriet was an ITV sitcom that ran for 2 series of 6 episodes each between 1982 to 1983.It was created by sitcom writing legends Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke a...

Split Ends

Split Ends, 1989 Having departed Albert Square Anita Dobson turns her hand to comedy.Split Ends was a 6 part ITV sitcom that aired in 1989.  Despite the interest in Anita Dobson from her East Enders days  ...

Full House

Full House, 1985 Full House was the final sitcom to be credited to veteran sitcom writers Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke.  Despite the credits on this occasion it was mainly written by Johnnie Mortimer, with...

Shine On Harvey Moon!

Shine On Harvey Moon! - 1982 From the writers of Birds Of A Feather, although at the time this show went out Birds Of A Feather hadn't even hatched (sorry couldn't resist).   However there are a couple of bird...

Holding The Fort

Holding The Fort, 1980 Here's a sitcom that seems to have slipped under the radar in it doesn't appear on any repeat schedules or benefit from a DVD release.  It seems strange, considering all the well known n...

Stay Lucky

Stay Lucky, 1989 Stay Lucky was a comedy-drama series starring Denis Waterman (Minder) and Jan Francis (Just Good Friends).It ran for 4 series between 1989 and 1993, notching up 27 episodes along the way. ...

Singles

Singles, 1988 Singles started life as a TV pilot "Singles' Night' for ITV, produced by Thames Television in 1984.  In 1988 Yorkshire Television picked up the show and began broadcasting the first of 22 episode...
ted and liz embark on a pasionate afair in series one of a bit of a do

A Bit Of A Do

A Bit Of A Do, 1989 Comedy Drama based on the books of David Nobbs (The Fall and Rise Of Reginald Perrin).Produced by Yorkshire Television (co-incidentally the show was set in Yorkshire) for ITV, the show ...
harry h. corbett's last tv outing before his death was in the ill feted sitcom grundy

Grundy

Grundy, 1980 Grundy was to have been the vehicle to finally show that Harry H. Corbett had put Steptoe behind him.  In an interview with 'The News Of The World' prior to its screening, Corbett said: "I hope to...