Click for larger image Patrick Kielty Almost Live
1999 - 2003 BBC Television
Click for larger image Comedy chatshow which ran for five years between 1999 and 2003.

Click for larger image Peep Show
2003
The BAFTA award-winning comedy from Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, Peep Show follows the lives of Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb), two university friends who now share a flat in Croydon. Unusually shot from the point of view of the two main characters, this hugely successful sitcom has been commissioned for a sixth series.
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Click for larger image Perfect Scoundrels
1992
Click for larger image Peter Bowles stars as the suave Guy Buchanan and Bryan Murray as the down market Harry Cassidy, two conmen on a never ending quest to make a fast buck. Written by Ray Connolly.

Click for larger image Phil Cool
1992
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Click for larger image Pig In The Middle
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Click for larger image Please Sir!
1968
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Click for larger image Porridge
BBC TV
Click for larger image Ronnie Barker produces one of his finest performances as Norman Stanley Fletcher, a career criminal, who takes his nave cellmate Lennie Godber (Richard Beckinsale) under his wing during his first spell in prison. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, Fletcher's constant run-ins with stern prison warder Mr Mackay (Fulton Mackay) made it one of the most successful comedies of the 1970s.

Click for larger image Potter
1980 BBC Television
Potter ran for 3 series from 1979 to 1983. It starred Arthur Lowe, John Barron, Noel Dyson, John Warner and Harry H. Corbett. Sadly Arthur Lowe and Harry H Corbett both died before the third series was made, when Robin Bailey was cast in the role as Potter. A big thanks to Phill Glass of www.harryandwilf.co.uk for the footage.
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