Click for larger image Keeping Mum
1997 - 1998 BBC Television
Stephanie Cole starred in this short-lived sitcom.

Click for larger image Keeping Up Appearances
1990 - 1995 BBC Television
Click for larger image Patricia Routledge played outrageous snob Hyasinth Bucket in this 1990s sitcom.

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1979





Click for larger image The Ken Dodd Show
31.3.1964
Click for larger image The Ken Dodd Show ran from 1959 to 1966. Ken also had other series with the BBC, ABC, ATV and Thames.

Click for larger image Kenny Everett Video Show
1978
Click for larger image In 1978, Thames Television brought Kenny Everett together with writers Barry Cryer and Ray Cameron, to create the groundbreaking The Kenny Everett Video Show.  Everett had made initial forays into television in the 1960s and 1970s, but this was his most successful series by far.  Packed with innovative visuals, and featured outrageous characters such as ageing rocker Sid Snot, Angry of Mayfair, a city gent in women's underwear, and lecherous Frenchman Marcel Wave.  Stars from the world of TV and music such as Rod Stewart, Terry Wogan and Billy Connolly made cameo appearances on the show each week.

Click for larger image Kenny Everett Video Show
1978
Click for larger image The Kenny Everett Video Show was a big ratings hit and ran for four series on ITV.  Unusually for the time, the show was filmed in a small studio normally used for news programmes, and with no studio audience.  The crew were kept on their toes by Kenny's ad libs and deviation from the script, and much of this appeared in the aired programmes.  Following disagreements with management at Thames, Everett left Thames for the BBC and The Kenny Everett Television Show began with a Christmas special in 1981.

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1.4.1982
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Click for larger image The Kenny Everett Television Show
1982
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Click for larger image The Kevin Bishop Show
2009
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Click for larger image Kick Up The 80s
1984
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Click for larger image KYTV
1990
Click for larger image A spoof of low budget satellite television stations around in the early 1990s.  KYTV was written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins, and starred Deayton, Perkins, Helen Atkinson-Wood, Michael Fenton-Stevens and Phillip Pope.   Named after its owner, Sir Kenneth Yellowhammer, inept presenters and links were the order of the day. 
 
The show was effectively the TV version of Radio Active which had appeared on Radio 4 in the 1980s.