Friday, 5th November 1976 PICK OF THE DAY 7pm LUCKY FELLER, ITV Sitcom antics in the form of this fondly-remembered yet little...
Friday, 7th August 1970 PICK OF THE DAY 5.20pm TWO D’S AND A DOG, ITV We think of spin-offs as a modern...
"BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH, BUSH".
ALL-IN academic decadence satire-cum-farce (sat-arce?) from the ever-deviant pen of TOM SHARPE, as adapted for the telly by MALCOLM BRADBURY, who knows...
TIGHT-ARSED STUTTERING grocercom
ONE OF the last chapters of David Jason's pre-fame 'difficult period'
ONCE-UNSTOPPABLE weekly topical revue
WELL-REMEMBERED RETINUE of dramatised revelries
SPIN-OFF FROM DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SET
FORGOTTEN LINE on the scrappy first page of DAVID JASON's CV.
DAVID JASON lands his first comedy lead and hams it up enormously
IMPRESSIVE RONNIE B. cavalcade
TOP NOTCH TEETH-CUTTING playground for Messrs IDLE, JONES and PALIN, with DAVID JASON and DENISE COFFEY along for the ride.
FORGOTTEN SITCOMMAGE with DAVID "LUCKY FELLER" JASON