Robert discovers that not everybody needs good neighbours. From February 1993.
Including the tale of a yellow fly and shoplifting with a twist. From June 1997.
For the Queen's visit, Dodgy Phil books her beloved Chas & Dave - but can they make it?
The Sheffield singer hosts a special edition of 'Countdown' with Richard Whiteley.
Preparing for his old flame's wedding, the writer seethes over the way she dumped him.
Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants, whilst bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
After moaning to the corporation, the embittered writer gets a BBC job offer.
The famed improvisation game with Lenny Henry, Dawn French, John Sessions and Stephen Fry.
Stay at home dad Phil promises to take Sophie to a local playgroup. From October 1993.
With London's transport system in a shambles, the consultants ride to the rescue.
Climb on board the comedy set in a down-at-heel theme park in the South of England.
From Postman Pat to a depressed hamster - the surreal world of Miriam Elia. From 2008.
Ivor Cutler and friends with poems and songs, including 'I Am A Yellow Fly'. From 1997.
Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity. From December 1996.
It's the Asian station phone-in show's first wedding - but is love blind or stupid?
Poet Roger McGough on life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations.
Dodgy Phil revamps an East End boozer with some animatronic dinosaurs and Edith Piaf.
With no job or friends and living with his mum, Angus Dry tries recapturing his youth.
Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest. From 1998.
Sketches from Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam, with some girly gossip at the health club.
Reporter David Lander investigates Britain's cowboy builders. From September 1986.
In Renaissance Italy, Prince Ludovico must raise the cash for a papal tribute. From 2002.
Uncle Liquidities demands that Plato quits philosophy to enter the funerary urn business.
After a windfall, the writer writes about royalty in a remote cottage. From December 2005.
Choking and ending up in his own gut, the comedian faces an internal examination.
After his disastrous children's TV appearance, Robert battles to avoid the press.
The sketch show takes to the rails for Dr Terror's House of Pizza. From December 1987.
William Shakespeare's brother a jazz musician? The play's the thing. From May 1994.
Singer John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves, with guest Leo Sayer. From November 1998
Longleys Bank needs a new image. With Emma Kennedy and Marcus Brigstocke. From 2001.