The duo desperately seek inspiration for the final script of their series. From 2000.
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From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader - the ultimate one man show. From 1984.
The man of many parts uses all of his experience to discuss old chum Brian Allington.
Ludovico, henpecked Prince of Monte Guano, is badgered by his wife to wade into war.
More celeb sound-alikes with tea-time for Alan Bennett and horror at the Simon Bates Hotel
The Royal Dingle Company's voyage around the Bard examines his comedies.
The whimsies of JB Morton, performed by Richard Ingrams, John Wells and Patricia Routledge
The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.
The musicologist reveals how some of rock's biggest names have a lot to thank him for.
The Americans are desperate to identify the owner of the Hoover cottage. From 1956.
The comedian presents a selection of classic comic songs. With special guest Steve Brown.
Tracey Macleod, Andrew Collins, Anthony Wilson and Richard Curtis are the panellists.
The lad takes up sculpting, but when he runs out of rocks it's Sid to the rescue.
With a new commission, the writer's literary juices are flowing - unlike his finances.
Nick Revell stars as a struggling writer with dysfunctional friends and a talking geranium
Deck the halls with police witness appeal signs for a seasonal killing. From December 1997
The ex-variety star has toaster and bus troubles before entertaining the Women's Institute
Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander boggling, plus a visit to Julian and Sandy's Bona Books.
The elderly Scotsmen assist the Laird with armaments for shooting out on the moors.
The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids
As the top brass turn up, 50,000 duty-free cigarettes are on their way to the island.
Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.