A long-running radio sketch show combining anarchic comedy with awful puns, silly songs and indulgent self-mocking. Stars David Hatch, Graeme Garden, John Cleese, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie and Jo Kendall
Monday 14th March 1966
Swinging London cockney-style, and some incredible ears.
Monday 21st March 1966
A nervous sex talk, and the fortunes of Moll Flounders.
Monday 28th March 1966
Genghis Khan reincarnated, and an incompetent zoo keeper.
Monday 4th April 1966
The Archers sell up, and Admiral Lord Nelson's diary.
Monday 11th April 1966
Revealing secrets of radio audience research - plus the rhubarb tart song.
Monday 18th April 1966
Experimental stereo and an unsung soccer hero.
Monday 25th April 1966
Scary wannabes in Opportunity Flops, and a whodunit.
Monday 2nd May 1966
A Red Sea safari, and what babies talk about when mum is away.
Monday 9th May 1966
The Addictive Knitter, and a rare madrigal by Risotto.
Monday 16th May 1966
Delving into the dark side to explore the unexplainable.
Monday 23rd May 1966
Tales of Merrie England and an insight into showjumping.
Monday 30th May 1966
Tim Brown's school days, and John and Mary in the country.
Monday 6th June 1966
Merry cross the Mersey - the team poke fun at Liverpool.
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