The Likely Lads

The Likely Lads, 1964 A classic of it's time and now often forgotten, alongside regular repeats of it's successor Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads and lack of surviving material.  This black-and-white sitc...
rodney bewes stars in the 1981 bbc radio sitcom a very private man

Rodney Bewes Moves North…..

A Very Private Man, 1981 Originally recorded at BBC Manchester.  A Very Private Man was a six part radio comedy that aired for just the one series in 1981. The series has since been repeated on digital radi...

Basil Brush Takes Over Saturday Teatimes

The Original Basil Brush Show 1968 - 1980 For twelve years between 1968 and 1980, generarations of children and adults alike were entertained on a Saturday teatime by a puppet. That puppet was Basil Brush. ...

Actor Rodney Bewes Dies

Rodnet Bewes the actor best remembered for his role as Bob Ferris in the popular BBC sitcom has died.   https://youtu.be/P_LGxNSPuAM...
ant and dec strain no hiding place a tribute to the likely lads

Ant And Dec Take On The Likely Lads

No Hiding Place, A Tribute To The Likely Lads, 2002 Probably the best known episode of Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads, but with a twist.  This particular episode, originally screened as part of series on...

The Likely Lads Radio Series – 1967 – 1968

The Likely Lads was a popular TV comedy series set in the North of England.  In 1967 one of the show's main stars, James Bolam adapted 16 episodes of the TV show for Radio. The Radio show ran for 2 series of...
James Bolam and rodney Bewes are back as Bob and Terry for the liklely lads big screen outing

The Likely Lads Movie

Following in the footsteps of many successful TV sitcoms Bob and Terry jumped onto the big screen in 1976, two years after the TV series Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads had ended. Rodney Bewes and James...