I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue

I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, 1972 - Present The long running BBC Radio Panel show that just keeps on running.  Developed from the long-running radio sketch show I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again and first broadca...

At Home With Hinge And Bracket

At Home With Hinge And Bracket, 1990 By 1990 Hunge and Bracket who had began their erarly career in 1972, were now household names with many TV and live appearances behind them.  With two successful long runni...

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Radio Series

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Radio Series, 1988 Before the well known TV show there was the origInal Whose Line Is It Anyway? Radio Series.Airing in 1988 it ran for 6 episodes on BBC Radio, the rights were suc...
the late sir terry wogan one of britain's most loved entertainers

Terry Wogan Looks Back At A Golden Age Of Comedy

Wogan's Radio Fun, 1987 Wogan's Radio Fun was a one off special broadcast in two parts in 1987, as part of the Wogan show.The importance of comedy on the radio should never be underestimated.  Over many ye...

Like They’ve Never Been Gone

Like They've Never Been Gone, 1998 Two comedy legends (Roy Hudd and June Whitfield) starred in this Eurovision themed comedy.Like They've Never Been Gone ran for 2 series of six episodes each in 1998 and 1...

The Stanley Baxter Playhouse

The Stanley Baxter Playhouse, 2006 Stanley Baxter is perhaps best known for his lavish TV shows.  However in 2006 he began a series of radio shows under the title Stanley Baxter's Playhouse.The Stanley Bax...
another factory audience gather for an edition of the BBC Radio comedy variety show workers' playtime

Workers Playtime

Workers Playtime, 1941 Workers' Playtime was a British radio variety programme transmitted by the BBC between 1941 and 1964.  Originally the show was intended as a morale-booster for industrial workers in Brit...
bernie clifton stars in the bbc radio series bernie clifton's comedy shop

Bernie Clifton’s Comedy Shop

Bernie Clifton's Comedy Shop, 1982 Mike Craig was a prolific producer and writer of over 1200 comedy shows for both BBC Radio and TV - including: Morecambe and Wise, Ken Dodd, Jimmy Tarbuck, Al Reid, Harry Wor...