Classic BBC comedy series
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The cast defies the BBC hierarchy to surreptitiously stage a pantomime. Stars John Cleese.
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The BBC, carol singers, old folk and Scrooge get the festive treatment. From 1969.
With the new Common Market in mind, Radio Prune goes International. With John Cleese.
The listeners go on strike - and a legendary royal's in marrying mode.
It's panto time at Dreary Lane, with Bill Oddie and Graeme Garden as the ugly sisters.
The team set out to cause offence, plus high drama on the rails. From March 1970.
Greek legends get lampooned and Bill Oddie sings the telephone directory.
Sketches from Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jo Kendal and David Hatch.
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Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Bill Oddie and Jo Kendall with more mad oddities.
Featuring the continuing story of the unfortunate 'Flying Wombat'.
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The gang explore Liverpool. From June 1966.
Featuring 'Tim Brown's Schooldays' and the 'I love to be alone in the country' sketch.
The end of the world, Hamlet and a unique version of Tom Brown's Schooldays.
Cleese and Co go to the dark side, exploring the unexplainable. Writers include Eric Idle.
With the Addictive Knitter, the Julius Caesar Lecture and a rare madrigal by Risotto.
More surreal nonsense including Opportunity Flops, Lydia Picnic-Basket and a Whodunnit...
The team return with the usual sketch and puns. Bill Oddie chips in with the odd song.
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Classic comedy from March 1966 with the likes of John Cleese and David Hatch.
Carol singers, old folk, Scrooge and the BBC get the festive treatment.
It's 1966 and London is Swinging. Including The Man with the Incredible Ears.
Join Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Graeme Garden, David Hatch and Bill Oddie. From 1970.