|01||01||Mr Muddlecombe Jp||20020611||20031005|
Barry Cryer explores the character of Mr Muddlecombe JP, played by Robb Wilton in the 1940s.
A look at Rob Wilton's best known character, a JP more interested in profit than administering the law.
A look at Robb Wilton's best known character, Mr Muddlecombe, a JP more interested in profit than administering the law.
Barry Cryer recalls ventriloquist Peter Brough and his wooden pal Archie Andrews.
Barry Cryer looks at the wooden star of the stage, Archie Andrews.
Barry Cryer takes a look at Ned Seagoon, and hears from the Goons themselves: Sellers, Spike, Seacombe and Bentine.
|01||04||Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock||20020702||20031026|
Barry Cryer looks at the character of Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock, who epitomised bachelorhood in the 1950s.
Barry Cryer takes a look at 1954 and Tony Hancock.
Just who is Arthur Dent? Barry Cryer takes a look.
|01||06 LAST||Victor Meldrew||20020716||20031109|
Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Alan Davis and David Renwick all give their opinion on Victor Meldrew.
Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Alan Davis and David Renwick give their opinion on the cantankerous pensioner, Victor Meldrew.
Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Alan Davies and David Renwick all give their opinion on Victor Meldrew to Barry Cryer.
The character of Bebe Daniels in Hi, Gang! from the 1940s.
Barry Cryer looks at the character of Eth, the love interest of Ron Glum in Take It From Heres The Glums; a firm favourite of the 1950s.
Barry Cryer looks at the character of Rita Rawlins ne้ Garnett; daughter to the vociferous, over opinionated Alf, and married to the layabout Mike.
Barry Cryer explores the pretensions a Liverpudlian lass out for fun, frolics and finding a husband.
Middle aged, middle class and mother figure to husband Terry.
Barry Cryer explores the ins and outs of June's uncomplicated suburban life, but with Terry around, nothing is uncomplicated.
|02||06 LAST||Hyacinth Bucket||20050920||20060817|