The episodes are "A Tug of the Forelock", "I Talk to the Trees", "The Wind-Break War", and "Whose Fleas Are These?"
The episodes are "The Last Posh Frock", "Away from It All", "The Green Door", and "Our Speaker Today". With linking narration provided by Penelope Keith.
Perhaps the ultimate in TV comedy madness and absurdity, this cult series, which began in 1969, inspired many of today's writers and performers. This audio programme features many of the legendary sketches, songs, and catchphrases, including "The Dead Parrot", "The Ministry of Silly Walks", "The Lumberjack Song", "And Now for Something Completely Different", and many more.
Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett star in highlights from their BBC TV series. Includes the sketches: 'The Strange Case of Mrs. Mace', 'Plain Speaking', 'Grublian', 'Dr. Spooner Re-Visited', 'A Doctor's Life', and 'About a Bout'. There's also 'Doctors Anonymous', 'Jolly Rhymes', 'The Complete Rook', 'Ronnie Corbett's Chat-Spot', and 'A Doctor's Life'. Vintage Beeb: classic albums first available as BBC LPs, now reissued and available to download.
We Are Klang, possibly the most stupid name in comedy, are three stand-ups: Greg Davies -" a very, very fat Rik Mayall", Steve Hall - "poor man's David Baddiel", and the hairless Marek Larwood - "homeless Matt Lucas".
First released on cassette as Ten Years With Maggie, this has now been reissued as a digital download for the first time, on the 30th anniversary of Mrs Thatcher's coming to power.