Britain's best-loved double act is back in another sunshine-filled helping of unforgettable sketches and good-humoured gems from the radio series of The Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Show. These four episodes feature guest appearances from Gayle Hunnicutt and Percy Edwards, plus singers Anita Harris and Salena Jones.
Captain Mainwaring's platoon find themselves pitted against Captain Square's Eastgate platoon when they embark on a quest to guard a VIP visitor. A lot of intense training is required and, from time to time, a battle of wits.
Sorry I Haven't a Clue has Radio Four's highest listening figures for light entertainment and won the 1998 Voice of the Listener and Viewer for top radio show.
"I'm sorry I haven't a clue (4)"
The show that grabs listeners by the waist, swirls them round in time to a Strauss waltz, and then trips over the banana skins of convention.
Another helping of inspired ad-libbery from the multi award-winning BBC Radio 4 series.
It's the hardy perennial of panel games that's constantly in bloom, a brimful of the funniest punnings and wittiest one-liners around.
Here is a third volume of highlights from recent series of The News Quiz, presented by chairman Simon Hoggart.
In this selection of four more editions of Just a Minute, Nicholas Parsons once again attempts to keep control over the proceedings, as well as over panellists Paul Merton, Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Liza Tarbuck, Charles Collingwood, Clement Freud, Linda Smith, Tony Hawks, Chris Neill, Graham Norton, Dara O'Briain, and Greg Proops.
It's Piffle! It's The Shipping Forecast! It's Dating Agencies! It's Windpower! And these are just some of the subjects hilariously tackled by radio's favourite chatterers for Just A Minute. All, hopefully, but usually hopelessly, without repetition, deviation, or hesitation.
Just when you thought it was safe to listen again, Dead Ringers is back with its skewed and scary take on the world of celebrity, politics, and the mass media. All human, and quite a bit of inhuman, life is here.
Another hilarious selection of mirth-filled minutes from BBC Radio 4's popular long-running panel game.
To mark the 35th anniversary of Just a Minute in 2002, the popular BBC Radio 4 Panel Game broadcast an anniversary edition of the programme.
This colourful collection of hilarious sketches from the acclaimed radio series includes gems such as Tom Baker telephone conversations with Directory Inquiries, David Dickinson, and many more. It also includes favourites such as Tony Blair and George Bush. Hyacinth Bucket makes an appearance as well as the Beckhams and shows such as "The Weakest Link" and "Faking It" are immortalised forever in this selection of brilliant comedy sketches.
"I love it but do you have to be British?"
The wickedly funny impressions show arrived on television in 2002, having made waves and become an incredible success as a BBC Radio 4 series. BBC Radio Collection's volumes of episodes from the radio series have been incredibly successful, and now this volume collects the best moments from the first BBC1 TV series.
Impressionist Alistair McGowan leads a talented cast taking satirical digs at subjects that range from newsworthy to naughty in this wickedly funny topical comedy from the BBC Radio 4 series.
This selection of four more editions of Just a Minute includes the Sony award-winning programme from 2002, plus three from the first series of 2003. Nicholas Parsons once again attempts to keep control over the proceedings, as well as over panellists Clement Freud, Paul Merton, Tony Hawks, Julian Clary, Pam Ayres (making her debut on the show), Graham Norton, Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Ross Noble, Steve Frost, and Charles Collingwood as they pit their wits, and their words, against the clock.
Just a Minute began on BBC Radio 4 in 1967 and has become a classic panel game which is still popular on Radio 4 today.