ChuckleVision. Image shows from L to R: Paul Chuckle (Paul Elliott), Barry Chuckle (Barry Elliott).


BBC One sitcom about mishap-prone brothers. 293 episodes (21 series), 1987 - 2009. Stars Paul Elliott, Barry Elliott, Jimmy Patton, Brian Patton and others.

Press Clippings

Chuckle Brothers to return as animated pilot

The Chuckle Brothers characters are set to return in new animated pilot ChucklesWorld, if a crowdfunding drive is successful.

British Comedy Guide, 11th May 2021

Why ChuckleVision is the greatest CBBC show ever

The slapstick series, which has been voted the network's best, had charm by the bucket-load and made the brothers national treasures - despite their more unsavoury moments.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 29th August 2019

ChuckleVision has been named the greatest CBBC series

ChuckleVision topped the Radio Times poll of 3,000 people.

The Sun, 29th August 2019

Paul Chuckle brands BBC tribute a "slap in the face"

The children's TV star said Chucklevision should have been aired on mainstream TV in the wake of his brother's death.

Radio Times, 29th August 2019

Paul Chuckle says he & Barry were 'like chalk & cheese'

Paul Chuckle has admitted he and his late brother - and comedy partner - Barry were "like chalk and cheese" with their likes and dislikes despite working together for so long.

Female First, 22nd March 2019

Rotherham could dedicate square to Barry Chuckle

An area of Rotherham town centre could be renamed in memory of the late hometown comedian Barry Chuckle.

The area outside Boots on Effingham Street could be named Chuckle Square if councillors approve the plan.

BBC, 6th February 2019

ChuckleVision to be shown on BBC iPlayer

Barry Chuckle's brother Paul, the other half of the Chuckle Brothers comedy duo, has given his blessing to the BBC.

Zoe Forsey, The Mirror, 7th August 2018

The Chuckle Brothers have a fashion range

Barry and Paul Chuckle have released a clothing range and it's all we want for Christmas.

Richard Beech, The Mirror, 4th December 2014

Superfan's campaign to bring back ChuckleVision show

It started with a custard pie and went on to become a 13-year, £25,000 obsession for one 43-year-old man from Darlington. And now school caretaker Shaun Hope is taking his interest to a new level by organising a campaign to see children's comedy duo the Chuckle Brothers return to the small screen.

Duncan Leatherdale, BBC News, 21st September 2014

Chuckle Brothers plot 3D horror movie

Children's entertainer Barry Chuckle has revealed that there are plans for a Chuckle Brothers 3D movie in 2011.

Digital Spy, 5th November 2010