richard briers stars in the rather dark but very funny tv comedy if you see god tell him

If You See God, Tell Him

If You See God, Tell Him - 1993 Whilst the subject matter may be a little delicate, this rather dark comedy has some genuine laugh out very loud moments. The title is a take on the "If you see Sid, tell him", ...

End Of Part One

End Of Part One, 1979 Here's a comedy sketch show from writers David Renwick and Andrew Marshall.End of Part One was made by London Weekend Television. Running for two series on ITV, from 1979 to 1980, it ...

Alexei Sayle’s Stuff

Alexei Sayle's Stuff, 1988 Comedian Alexei Sayle gets his own TV show.Alexei Sayle's Stuff ran for a total of eighteen episodes over three series between 1988 to 1991.SummaryAlexei Sayle's Stuff wa...
roy hudd fronts the long running BBC radio2 comedy series the news huddlines

The News Huddlines

The News Huddlines, 1975 In Tribute To Roy Hudd, Who has Died, Aged 83 The long running Radio series The News Huddlines was the BBC Radio 2 topical comedy sketch show starring Roy Hudd.  The series ran for fi...

Hot Metal

Hot Metal, 1986 In the 1980's tabloid newspapers were well known for their journalistic licence and many referred to them as "gutter press".  It seemed an obvious subject for a sitcom.Hot Metal was a bitin...

Whoops Apocalypse

Whoops Apocalypse, 1982 A whole host of famous names star in this six part sitcom/satire from the early 1980's.Although the series itself only ran through six episodes in 1982, four years later in 1986 the...

One Foot In The Grave

One Foot In The Grave - 1990 Proof that comedy in the 1990's was not just about revivals.  One Foot In The Grave has become one of the all time great British sitcoms.Over an eleven year period between 1990...
mong the sstars of surreal bbc radio comedy the burkiss way

And Now For Something A Little Surreal…

The Burkiss Way, 1976 The Burkiss Way was a BBC Radio comedy sketch show.  It ran for six series between 1976 and 1980, notching up forty seven episodes along the way.The series took it's roots from two ha...