Holding The Fort

Holding The Fort, 1980 Here's a sitcom that seems to have slipped under the radar in it doesn't appear on any repeat schedules or benefit from a DVD release.  It seems strange, considering all the well known n...
an all star cast line up in the hit BBC and ITV sitcom the rag trade

The Rag Trade

The Rag Trade -  BBC Years - 1961 - 1963, ITV Years 1977 - 1978 The Rag Trade was the classic sitcom that had two bites of the cherry.  Famous for the catchphrase of it's Shop Steward "Everybody Out!" it's one...

High Street Blues

High Street Blues - 1989 Another forgotten title from the legendary script writer Jimmy Perry.Not to be confused with the popular US Police show of a similar name.  The title almost seems relevant now, wit...

Agony

Agony, 1979 Agony was the ITV sitcom that ran for 31 episodes (3 Series) between 1979 and 1981.It was voted in that now famous poll to find Britain's Best Sitcom at No 92.  Agony was also noted for being t...

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...

An Audience With…..

An Audience With Ken Dodd - 1994 Originally produced by London Weekend Television and more recently ITV Studios this popular Saturday Night program has been popping up on our screens for over thirty years....

Bruce Forsyth’s Big Night

Bruce Forsyth's Big Night, 1978 By 1977 Bruce Forsyth was a household name and King of Saturday night TV with his Generation Game.Watching the success of The Generation Game was London Weekend Television. ...

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'...

The Adventures Of Don Quick

The Adventures Of Don Quick, 1970 The Adventures Of Don Quick was a science fiction satire based on the characters of Don Quixote.  Produced by London Weekend Television it ran for six 1 hour episodes (includi...