British Comedies: 1960

Please note that this list may not yet be complete.

Launched in 1960

The following British comedy shows made their broadcast debut in 1960.

  • A French Mistress [Film]
  • A Life Of Bliss
  • And The Same To You [Film]
  • Arthur's Treasured Volumes
  • Bootsie And Snudge
  • Bottoms Up [Film]
  • Boy Who Stole A Million, The [Film]
  • Bulldog Breed, The [Film]
  • Carry On, Constable [Film]
  • Charlie Drake Show, The
  • Citizen James
  • Dentist In The Chair [Film]
  • Dickie Henderson Show, The
  • Doctor In Love [Film]
  • Don't Do It, Dempsey!
  • Follow That Horse! [Film]
  • Fred Emney Picks A Pop
  • Glencannon
  • Grass Is Greener, The [Film]
  • Here's Harry
  • Inn For Trouble [Film]
  • It's A Square World
  • Ladies And Gentle-Men
  • League Of Gentlemen, The [Film]
  • Leave It To Pastry
  • Life Is A Circus [Film]
  • Light Up The Sky [Film]
  • Love Of Mike, The
  • Make Mine Mink [Film]
  • Man In The Moon [Film]
  • Man In The Moon, The [Film]
  • Meet The Champ
  • Mess Mates
  • Millionairess, The [Film]
  • No Kidding [Film]
  • Our House
  • Our Man In Havana [Film]
  • Pure Hell Of St. Trinian's, The [Film]
  • Sands Of The Desert [Film]
  • School For Scoundrels [Film]
  • Strange World Of Gurney Slade, The
  • Sykes And A...
  • There Was A Crooked Man [Film]
  • Trouble With Harry, The
  • Two-Way Stretch [Film]
  • Your Money Or Your Wife [Film]

Also broadcast in 1960

At least one new episode of the following shows were also broadcast in this year.

'This Made Me Laugh' films

'This Made Me Laugh' films

The Barbican has invited eight stars from the world of comedy to select their favourite classic comedy films. Read

ITV's Play To The Whistle

ITV's Play To The Whistle

Holly Willoughby has signed up to present Play To The Whistle, a sports-based comedy panel show for ITV. Read

Ray Peacock: taboo comedy

Ray Peacock: taboo comedy

Ray Peacock explains why he has decided to open up about his suicide attempt in his latest stand-up show. Read