British Comedy Quiz

Quiz 150

Our 150th quiz... so - at the time of writing - that's the same number of episodes as Spitting Image.

1: Which of the ghosts in Ghosts is oldest?


2: Who connects Fleabag, Flowers and The Favourite?

3: Which show would you associate this house with?

Whose house?

4: What is the name of the ship that is the setting for The Navy Lark?

The Navy Lark. Copyright: BBC.

5: Add the missing word from this sketch show: Michael Bentine's _____ Time.

Michael Bentine.

6: According to Yes, Prime Minister's Jim Hacker, what sort of people read The Daily Mail?

Yes, Prime Minister. Image shows from L to R: Sir Humphrey Appleby (Nigel Hawthorne), James Hacker (Paul Eddington), Bernard Woolley (Derek Fowlds). Copyright: BBC.

7: Which Aardman comedy features, alongside the title star, characters called Wendy, Vince and Bad Bob?

8: How many Carry On films did Barbara Windsor appear in?

(Don't count That's Carry On! or the TV shows)

Carry On Doctor. Nurse Sandra May (Barbara Windsor). Copyright: Peter Rogers Productions.

9: The sketch show Who Dares Wins... featured a sketch in which Tony Robinson played a customer being sold a suit made out of what?

10: Who composed the title music for The Jonathan Ross Show?

The Jonathan Ross Show. Jonathan Ross. Copyright: Hot Sauce / ITV Studios.

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