Ironic panel game.
Comedy in history.
Sketch show dwelling on the dilemmas of contemporary life.
Sitcom following the lives of Terry and June Medford.
A ground-breaking late night satire show.
Another consistently funny sketch vehicle from a natural TV comedy front-man.
It's like a sketch show featuring those blokes Armstrong and Miller and it's really funny and stuff.
The series that propelled Hill into a major star.
Surely the most ingenious and hilarious telling of forgotten but 'true' history ever on British TV.
Disaster abounds under Gordon Brittas's management of Whitbury Leisure Centre.
Am I bovvered?
This show laid down the foundations for alternative comedy and then dominated the comedy scene.
Family show about the trials of three generations living under the same roof.
A fine satire spoofing current affairs TV programmes.
A pair of bungling detectives.
Ooh, you are awful, but I like you.
Dark satirical comedy with a brilliant performance by Leonard Rossiter as the eponymous anti-hero.
Fast-paced, catch-phrase-based sketch show.
Stand-up and sketches from the comic Frankie Howerd.
Topical comedy show from some of the country's best TV comedy writers.
The Good way of life.
The iconic and influential radio show that was a global phenomenon.
How will the Boycie and his family survive in the country?
Cult classic phenomenon starring Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect.
Comedy from Mel and Vicki's flat.
Sketches and stand-up from the Carry On comedian.
A chat show with a difference.
For local people.
Stand-up and sketches from Lenny Henry.
The friendship between two working-class blokes living in the north-east of England in the 1960s.
Charting the lives of two young female friends in Liverpool.
Mixture of historical lecture with stand-up comedy.
Explore the magical world of The Mighty Boosh and see what goodies you can discover.
Spoof agony aunt.
Comedy on HMS Troutbridge.
Comedic current affairs show.
Comedians attack their favourite theme of the moment.
Manager David Brent is the boss from hell.
The stand-up comic gets his own show on BBC ONE.
Comedy's bit player steps out from the shadows of others with his own show.
Family life in the Royle household.
Legendary 80s sketch show.
United by the need for nicotine.
Comedy award-winning team, reading aloud from its own version of the quality weekend papers.
Savage satire of modern political life.
There's no other police station like it...
Baker and Corbett double-act.
The Visit is a new sitcom set entirely in the visiting room of a prison.
The anarchic flatshare from hell.
Sitcom about a couple of jobbing burglars.
Spoof magazine programme from the wacky world of Lee and Herring.
The return of the awful Calf siblings, Paul and Pauline.
We've proved it in tests.
Seminal sitcom about Alf Garnett and his family.
Curiously-named, female-fronted sketch show.
Audrey is forced to sell Grantleigh Estate and move into the humble coach-house in the grounds.
Discover a fresh and saucy look at modern life with Karen Taylor.
A humorous observation of a crazy world and the weirdoes who operate within.
The Vicar of Dibley was the nation's third favourite sit-com.
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