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...

Game For A Laugh

Game For A Laugh, 1981 Remember the catchphrase? "Watching you, watching us, watching you!"Yes folks it's the London Weekend Television "Light Entertainment" show that was reputably the reason for the BBC'...

2DTV

2DTV, 2001 After the success of Spitting Image in the 1980's, it was only to be expected that there would have to be a new vehicle for poking fun at everyone from Royalty to Politicians.  So way back in 2001 w...
Star of the hiy US comedy series that was very popular in the UK - Alf

ALF

ALF, 1986 Hugely popular here in the UK.  ALF was the US sitcom that ran for 99 episodes over four series, between 1986 and 1990.  However 3 episodes ran for 60 minutes but were divided into two parts for broa...
clasof 62 re-unite for the fenn street gang

The Fenn Street Gang

The Fenn Street Gang - 1971 From the creators of The Good Life came this spin off from the popular Please Sir.  The program ran for three series totaling forty seven episodes over two years.Although many o...
Irish comedian Jimmy Cricket famous for his letters from me mammy and those wellies

Jimmy Cricket – And There’s More

Jimmy Cricket - And There's More, 1985 By the mid 1980's a certain Irish comedian with his tuxedo and wellies had become a household name - Jimmy Cricket.  It was fitting therefore that he should have his own ...

Our House

Our House - 1960 Here's a sitcom that you definitely won't have seen on satellite/digital TV.  Our House is an almost forgotten gem from the pen of early Carry On writer Norman Hudis.The series ran for two...

Curry And Chips

Curry And Chips - 1969 Perhaps the most controversial sitcom ever made.  Curry And Chips was a six part comedy based on an idea from Spike Milligan and featured an all star cast.The series was supposed to ...