Rab C. Nesbitt

Rab C. Nesbitt, 1988 Rab C. Nesbitt was a Scottish based sitcom about an alcoholic Glaswegian who perceives his alcoholic and unemployed status  as a lifestyle choice.The character originally appeared in a...

Bottom

Bottom, 1991 Anarchy and slapstick come together brilliantly in the BBC sitcom that ran three series between 1991 and 1993.Over time Bottom has being reputed as the most violent example of British Televisi...

Kiss Me Kate

Kiss Me Kate, 1998 Kiss Me Kate was a BBC sitcom from the late 1990's.Starring Amanda Holden alongside Men Behaving Badly star Caroline Quentin.  It ran for three series notching up twenty episodes.The...

Only Fools And Horses – Christmas 1993

Only Fools And Horses, Fatal Extraction, 1993 Only Fools And Horses as an ongoing TV series had come to an end in 1991.  However, the series did continue with it's annual Christmas Specials, these became the m...

The Vicar Of Dibley

The Vicar Of Dibley, 1994 Britain's third most popular sitcomIn 2004 the BBC commissioned a poll to find Britain's most Popular Comedy.  The results collated the most popular sitcom from the 1950's to 2004...

Get Well Soon

Get Well Soon, 1997 The 1990's saw the return of many famous names from the world of comedy from writers to actors.  Get Well soon came from the pen of two very well known sitcom writers: Ray Galton and John A...

Bread

Bread, 1986 Marking Thirty years Since Graham Bickley and Melanie Hill took their slice of Bread!It was 9.30pm. on Thursday 1sy May 1986, that we first met the Boswell family and it's thirty years since tw...

Chef!

Chef! 1993 Based on an idea by Lenny Henry this was his first step into the world of sitcom.  Chef ran for twenty episodes over three series between 1993 and 1996.  The series was produced by Lenny Henry's own...