Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Joan Sims star in the BBC radio comedy follow up series to round the horne

Stop Messing About, Kenneth Williams

Stop Messing About, 1969 Stop Messin' About, a catchphrase coined for Kenneth Williams by Galton and Simpson back in the days of Hancock's Half Hour.  It seemed the perfect title for a radio series starring on...
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...

Carry On Dick

Carry On Dick, 1974 It's 1974 and Carry On Dick the 26th release of the ugely sucessful series hits cinemas.It's a significant release as we say goodbye to some of our best known regulars.  Sid James bows ...

Carry On Nurse

Carry On Nurse, 1959 The top grossing film of 1959 in the UK and the second outing for the Carry On team.  Carry On Nurse was based on the play Ring For Catty by Patrick Cargill and Jack Beale.  It's interesti...

Jackanory

Jackanory, 1965 Jackanory was the now cult kids TV series, devised to encourage an interest in reading.First airing in 1965 the series ran until 1995.  In it's first 30 year run around 3,500 episodes were ...

Carry On Jack

Carry On Jack - 1963 The eighth in the highly successful franchise sees a return to colour, for the second time, as the Carry On Team tackle life around the time of Nelson's Navy, the first Carry On to have a ...
Kenneth Williams takes questions from a celebrity audience in an audience with kenneth williams

Kenneth Williams, In Profile

Kenneth Williams, 1926 -1988 Perhaps best remembered for his roles in the popular Carry On Films, Kenneth Williams had a long and varied career that spanned forty years.Though Williams was fondly regarded ...
Kenneth Williams takes questions from a celebrity audience in an audience with kenneth williams

A Forgotten Double Act?

A Forgotten Double Act? Comedy is littered with great double acts.  From The Two Ronnies, Canon and Ball, Morecambe and Wise and the list could go on.However back in the 1950's when radio dominated comedy,...