No - That's Me Over Here!. Image shows from L to R: Ronnie Corbett (Ronnie Corbett), Laura Corbett (Rosemary Leach). Copyright: David Paradine Productions / London Weekend Television.

No - That's Me Over Here!

ITV sitcom about a married couple in suburbia. 25 episodes (3 series), 1967 - 1970. Stars Ronnie Corbett, Rosemary Leach, Henry McGee, Ivor Dean and Jill Mai Meredith.

No - That's Me Over Here!. Image shows from L to R: Arthur Robinson (Ivor Dean), Ronnie Corbett (Ronnie Corbett). Copyright: David Paradine Productions / London Weekend Television.

No - That's Me Over Here!

Ronnie is struggling in the continuing suburban status race, and locked in a bitter rivalry with his condescending neighbour and colleague, Cyril

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
1967 - 1970
Channel
ITV
Episodes
25   (3 series)
Starring
Ronnie Corbett, Rosemary Leach, Henry McGee, Ivor Dean and Jill Mai Meredith
Writers
Barry Cryer, Graham Chapman and Eric Idle
Director
Bill Hitchcock
Producers
Bill Hitchcock and Marty Feldman

Ronnie Corbett is a mild-mannered suburbanite in his mid-30s. An employee of the City Life & Fire Insurance Co. Ltd., he commutes to his central London office each day by train, and - generally - lives a happy, if unremarkable life.

However, Ronnie is certainly not the average office worker. Easily flustered and confused, he nevertheless enjoys a convivial and close relationship with his boss, Mr A.M. Robinson, whilst sharing an office with colleague and neighbour, the snide Cyril Dawson - ever keen to get one over on Ronnie at any opportunity!

Although happily married to wife Laura, Ronnie's friendly nature and eagerness to remain young, hip and attractive inevitable and frequently lead him into flirtatious encounters and much confusion with members of the opposite sex: office secretary Miss Meredith seems a particular target of his charms.

Whether at home, on the train, in the office or entertaining the boss, Ronnie Corbett is a man who seems to wear disaster like a glove. Yet, somehow, he always manages to come out on top.

Production Details

Production companies
Laugh track
Live audience

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Tuesday 14th November 1967 on ITV at 8:30pm
Last new broadcast
Saturday 5th December 1970 on ITV at 6:45pm
Length of episodes
30 minutes

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