The incomparable Messrs Corbett and Barker in two all-but-forgotten silent slapstick movies from the seventies and eighties - The Picnic and By the Sea
Help Television Heaven discover Britain's favourite sitcom over the last 70 years by voting for your five best loved comedies
“From the kick-off, Ted Lasso proved itself to be such a rare gem”
A tribute to the unseen comedy characters who were an essential part of some of America's greatest sitcoms. You may have heard them, you certainly didn't see them, but you will always remember them...
You'll be shocked and amazed by what happened to the cast of Happy Days after they left our favourite Wisconsin city...
Over the years, Morecambe and Wise entertained some of the most famous top-name celebrity guests performing sketches and comedy dance routines. Here are ten - they’re all the right guests, just not necessarily in the right order
A parody of Charles Dickens, a time machine based on Leonardo da Vinci's original plans, and some random dips into history. Daniel Tessier rather cunningly rounds up the whole Blackadder saga.
In the history of comic strips, 'Peanuts' is among the most popular and influential. Running in newspapers in 75 countries and with a readership of over 300 million, it is arguably America's biggest export. But when it was animated for TV in 1965, CBS were reluctant to bring it to our screens.
Stuck in the middle of World War I, Captain Edmund Blackadder does his best to escape the banality of the war.
In the Regency era, Mr E. Blackadder serves as butler to the foppish numskull Prince George.