British Comedies: 1970

Please note that this list may not yet be complete.

Launched in 1970

The following British comedy shows made their broadcast debut in 1970.

  • 'Wilton's' - The Handsomest Hall In Town
  • Albert And Victoria
  • All The Way Up [Film]
  • An Officer And A Gentleman
  • Bachelor Father
  • Bed Sitting Room, The [Film]
  • Ben Travers Farces
  • Better Than A Man
  • Breaking Of Bumbo, The [Film]
  • Bright's Boffins
  • Brothers In Law [Radio]
  • Carry On Forever
  • Carry On Loving [Film]
  • Carry On Up The Jungle [Film]
  • Charley's Grants
  • Culture Vultures, The
  • Dick Emery's Grand Prix
  • Doctor In Trouble [Film]
  • Don't Ring Us... We'll Ring You
  • Entertaining Mr. Sloane [Film]
  • Ev
  • For The Love Of Ada
  • From A Bird's Eye View
  • Games That Lovers Play [Film]
  • Goodies, The
  • Haven Of Rest
  • His And Hers
  • Hoffman [Film]
  • Hope And Keen's Crazy House
  • If It Moves, File It
  • Inside The Mind Of Dave Allen
  • Jugg Brothers, The
  • Keep 'Em Rolling
  • Kenny Everett Explosion, The
  • Loot [Film]
  • Lovers, The
  • Making Whoopee
  • Marty Amok
  • Mating Machine, The
  • Meter Maids
  • Mike And Bernie's Special: A Tale Of Two Winters
  • Mind Your Own Business
  • Misfit, The
  • Never Say Die
  • Norman
  • Oh In Colour
  • Old Contemptible, The
  • On The House
  • Perfect Friday [Film]
  • Queenie's Castle
  • Rhubarb! [Film]
  • Rise And Rise Of Michael Rimmer, The [Film]
  • Shine A Light
  • Simon, Simon [Film]
  • Some Will, Some Won't [Film]
  • Statue, The [Film]
  • Step Laughing Into The Grave
  • That's Your Funeral
  • There's A Girl In My Soup [Film]
  • Two Ds And A Dog
  • Week Ending [Radio]
  • Who's Your Friend?

Also broadcast in 1970

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

Steve Coogan Outtakes

Steve Coogan Outtakes

Steve Coogan has been recording some voiceovers. Here's some of the funny ones which got cut out. Watch

More Brittas Empire?

More Brittas Empire?

Chris Barrie has expressed an interest in starring in a revival of the hit 1990s BBC sitcom The Brittas Empire. Read

COFILMIC submissions open

COFILMIC submissions open

The annual COFILMIC Film Festival has opened submissions for its 2014 competition. Read