|Anything Legal||20091115 (BBC7)|
With business struggling, Charles and George turn to nanny.
From January 1985.
Stars Donald Hewlett and Michael Knowles.
The Americans are desperate to identify the owner of the Hoover cottage.
1956 sleepy Irish town whimsy with TP McKenna.
|Choice Grenfell||20091011 (BBC7)|
From January 1999.
|Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show||20090531 (BBC7)|
The showbiz legend gives a lecture to impress the Egyptology Society - but there's a strict dress code.
Stars Steve Delaney.
The showbiz legend gives a lecture to impress the Egyptology Society.
|Country Matters||20090628 (BBC7)|
Dave and Cathy leave the city, hoping to find pastoral idyll in Drayton Warlock.
|Creme De La Crime||20090628 BT=1545 (BBC7)|
20090629 BT=0345 (BBC7)
Stars Punt and Dennis.
Micheal Feydeau, Inspector Niblett, and David Pershore set sail for murder afloat.
|Dead Ringers||20090426 (BBC7)|
More celeb sound-alikes with a shock vicar in 'The Archers' and Doctor Who on the phone.
More celeb sound-alikes with a musical Doctor Who and Dale Winton in his showbiz trench.
More celeb sound-alikes with Doctor Who's Dalek sleepover and Brian Sewell gets married.
With Jon Culshaw.
From September 2001.
More celeb sound-alikes as Simon Bates phones a plumber and David Bowie calls the council.
With Jan Ravens.
From August 2001.
More celeb sound-alikes with tea-time for Alan Bennett and horror at the Simon Bates Hotel
From April 2001.
|Desmond Olivier Dingle's Compleat Life And Works Of William Shakespeare||20090419 BT=1630 (BBC7)|
The Royal Dingle Company's voyage around the Bard examines his comedies.
|Desperate Fishwives||20100124 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
Doric pensioner Faither tries to avoid the dreaded Selma and Eddie.
From August 2008.
Doric pensioner Faither tries his hardest to avoid the dreaded Selma and Eddie.
Sketch show set in Aberdeen.
|Does The Team Think?||20090621 (BBC7)|
Hosted by Vic Reeves.
|Double Income, No Kids Yet||20090913 (BBC7)|
Lucy sets up David's party, but their mates seem too busy with kids.
From June 2001.
Stars David Tennant and Elizabeth Carling.
|Down The Line||20100214 (BBC7)|
Award-winning spoof phone-in show, with talk radio host Gary Bellamy.
Stars Rhys Thomas.
Stars Rhys Thomas and Paul Whitehouse.
From May 2006.
|Flywheel, Shyster And Flywheel||20100103 (BBC7)|
The shady lawyer tries to swing a prize fight.
From June 1990.
The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
With Michael Roberts.
|I Think I've Got A Problem||20090705 (BBC7)|
Tom gets a courier job to Spain, but his 'imaginary' band causes plane mayhem.
Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse.
From July 2001.
|I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again||20091220 (BBC7)|
The cult sketch comedy's debut.
From April 1964.
|Instant Sunshine: Reasonably Together Again||20090621 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
The humorous singing quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis entertain.
From April 1985.
The quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis entertain
|Instant Sunshine: Seasonably Together Again||20091227 (BBC7)|
Festive fun from David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis.
Festive fun from the singing quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis.
From December 1985.
|J Kingston Platt's Showbiz Handbook||20090426 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
The man of many parts uses all of his experience to discuss old chum Brian Allington.
The man of many parts uses the wealth and poverty of his experience to discuss old chum Brian Allington.
Stars Peter Jones.
|Just A Minute||20090614 (BBC7)|
20090719 BT=1630 (BBC7)
From March 2003.
|Just Fancy||20090614 (BBC7)|
A grumpy neighbour and a helicopter ride.
Gentle sketch show starring Eric Barker and wife Pearl Hackney.
From March 1951.
|Ken Dodd's Christmas Cracker||20091227 (BBC7)|
The King of Comedy hosts half an hour of festive frolics.
From December 1989.
With Colin Edwynn and Sybie Jones.
From December 1987.
|Lines From My Grandfather's Forehead||20091018 (BBC7)|
Improvement grants explained and a plumber muses on words.
Sketch comedy from July 1972.
From July 1972.
A bungling burglar, a struggling pianist and the Clegworthy family's Sunday.
Sketch comedy with Ronnie Barker.
From March 1971.
|Morecambe And Wise||20091227 (BBC7)|
The much-loved duo's special Christmas compilation.
With Brian Wilde and Percy Edwards.
The much-loved duo's special Christmas laughter compilation.
|My Music||20090503 (BBC7)|
Steve Race quizzes John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden on buskers.
Steve Race quizzes John Amis, Frank Muir, Ian Wallace and Denis Norden on buskers and Julie Andrews.
From April 1990.
|Punt And Dennis: It's Been A Bad Week||20100110 BT=1630 (BBC7)|
With Stuart Maconie.
From February 1999.
|Revolting People||20091101 (BBC7)|
Ezekiel is not the father of his new son, but soon discovers the truth.
1770 America sitcom.
With Andy Hamilton and Jay Tarses.
|Rigor Mortis||20091004 (BBC7)|
A total lack of corpses sparks a dry spell the pathology lab.
From November 2004.
|Round The Horne||20090621 BT=1630 (BBC7)|
Sea bound drama with Moby Duck and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG.
With Kenneth Williams.
From June 1966.
|Sir Benjamin Fletcher||20090719 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
Rowan Atkinson's satirical investigation into the life of the fictional master orator.
|Sounding Off With Mcgough||20090524 BT=1515 (BBC7)|
20090525 BT=0315 (BBC7)
Roger Mcgough's poetic reflections on the world's inhabitants.
Recorded at the Bath Festival.
Roger Mcgough's reflections on the world's inhabitants.
|The ||20090426 (BBC7)|
20090531 BT=1630 (BBC7)
20090614 BT=1530 (BBC7)
From a ghost hunter to a collector of holes - the ultimate one man show.
From May 1984.
From a ghost hunter to a collector of holes - the ultimate one man show, written by the host.
From tackling Britain's recession to film extra of the century - the ultimate one man show, written by the host.
From tackling Britain's recession to film extra of the century.
From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader - the ultimate one man show.
From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader - the ultimate one man show, written by the host.
From February 1984.
|The Alan Davies Show||20090517 BT=1630 (BBC7)|
Alan and friends find themselves locked in - a lot! The comedy actor's 1998 sitcom.
|The Big Fun Show||20090705 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
From February 1988.
From January 1988.
|The Change||20091025 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
Sitcom about a troubled hormonal wife and a transvestite husband.
Stars Lynda Bellingham and Chris Ellison.
From November 2001.
|The Flight Of The Conchords||20100103 (BBC7)|
After the band splits, Jermaine holds auditions in the toilets.
From October 2005.
|The Goldfish Bowl||20090628 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
Goldfish Liam and Anton contemplate the meaning of their existence.
|The Harpoon||20090628 (BBC7)|
20090726 BT=1530 (BBC7)
The nostalgic spiffing spoof of adventure story papers for boys.
From September 1991.
A star spangled American issue of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
With Alistair Mcgowan.
From March 1994.
Shocker over Muffin the Mule in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
From August 1992.
|The House Of Milton Jones||20090607 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
20090712 BT=1530 (BBC7)
The surreal comedian helps plan a birthday for the twins.
What could possibly go wrong?
What could possibly go wrong? With Rosemary Leach.
From August 2003.
Has Milton pulled a Kiwi girl? Are Susan and Ian really mismatched? From July 2003.
Has Milton pulled a Kiwi girl? Are Susan and Ian really mismatched? More homely capers with the surreal funster.
From July 2003.
Aunt Dilys wants to move into an old people's home.
The surreal comedian's sitcom from July 2003.
With Rosemary Leach.
|The In Crowd||20090809 (BBC7)|
From August 2001.
|The Maltby Collection||20091004 (BBC7)|
The new deputy museum curator gets a shock.
With Julian Rhind-tutt.
From June 2007.
|The Million Pound Radio Show||20090719 (BBC7)|
20091011 BT=1530 (BBC7)
Sharp-edged banter and sketches with a topical flavour.
From October 1987.
From August 1985.
With Andy Hamilton.
From July 1985
|The Patrick And Maureen Maybe Music Experience||20100214 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
Spoof radio show hosted by a husband and wife.
With Patrick Barlow.
From September 1999.
|Trivia Test Match - Autumn 1992||20091101 BT=1530 (BBC7)|
From September 1992.
|We've Been Here Before||20091025 (BBC7)|
From October 2003.