Celebrating comedy's biggest names and how they influenced the next generation.
Billy Connolly's life is revealed in all its glory.
John Thomson looks back at the life and work of his friend and co-star Caroline Aherne.
A selection of favourite monologues from across Dave Allen's illustrious career.
Lenny Henry introduces the funniest moments from Tommy Cooper's appearances on the BBC.
Bafta and the BBC join forces to celebrate one of Britain's best loved entertainers.
An encounter with a traveller changes the life of an ill-fated barrister.
Laurel and Hardy reunite for a theatre tour of Britain in 1953.
A portrayal of the last years in the life of comedian Tony Hancock.
How actress Hattie Jacques's home life was blown apart by a secret sexual liaison.
Hugh Dennis explores the career of his comedy inspiration, Ronnie Barker.
Miranda Hart explores the life of her comedy idol, Eric Morecambe.
Julie Walters discusses her film career with Richard E Grant, who directed her in Wah-Wah.
Dawn French interviews John Cleese about his life in comedy. (2007)
Actress Alison Steadman talks about her life and career.
Portrait of Ronnie Barker, one of the country's favourite comedy stars.
Comedy actress June Whitfield tells the story of her career.
Remembering Les Dawson with favourite TV clips and rare gems from the archives.
A look at the British at war, as chronicled in Perry and Croft's comedies.
Mark Lawson talks to writing duo Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais about their careers.
Galton and Simpson talk about their sitcom creations and why they stopped working together