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'80s BBC sitcom set in occupied France. Plot revolves around the activities of a cafe owner, Rene, and his interactions with the Wehrmacht, Gestapo, the Resistance and various pulchritudinous women.

Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd. Starring Gordon Kaye, Carmen Silvera, Kirsten Cooke and Viki Michelle.

First broadcast on BBC 1 in December 1982.
BBC2 sitcom involving a west London minicab driver and small time crook, who suffers from delusions of criminal grandeur. Starring Johnny Vaughan, Ricky Grover and Angel Coulby. Written by Johnny Vaughn and Ed Allen. First broadcast in 2001.
Late-night sketch show satirizing current affairs and describing itself as the "News Alternative". Also where Ali G got started. Originally fronted by Iain Lee and Daisy Donovan, and first broadcast on Channel 4 in September 1998.
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Sitcom based in a South London towerblock, featuring Vince, a lifeguard at a local swimming pool, and his lodger Errol. Written by Sean Lock, Martin Trenaman and Mark Jones (series two). Starring Sean Lock and Benedict Wong. First broadcast on the digital channel BBC Choice in November 2002.
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Animated satirical sketch show. Starring: Jon Culshaw, Dave Lamb and Jan Ravens. First broadcast on ITV1 in October 2001.
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Hidden camera show, presented by an all-female cast. Broadcast on the digital channel BBC3. Starring Ninia Benjamin, Tameka Empson and Jocelyn Jee Esien.
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Late 80s / early 90s sketch show, presented by a predominantly Scottish cast. Written and performed by Pete Baikie, Morwenna Banks, Moray Hunter, Jack Docherty, Gordon Kennedy and John Sparkes. First broadcast on Channel 4 in June 1989.
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1990s sitcom which took aim at the vapid world of high fashion, embodied by Edina Monsoon (Jennifer Saunders), a Hippie turned PR magnate, and Patsy Stone (Joanna Lumley), her morally bankrupt best friend. Also included are Edina's conservative daughter Saffron (Julie Sawalha), daft Mother (June Whitfield), and obtuse secretary Bubble (Jane Horrocks).

Starring: Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley, Julia Sawalha, Jane Horrocks and June Whitfield.

Written by: Jennifer Saunders.

First broadcast on BBC 2 in November 1992.
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1990s sketch show purportedly broadcast from south London bedsit. Weekly features included inept advice on pursuing a career in film, courtesy of Ken Korda, exposes on the more embarrassing contents of people's record collections, and recreations of contemporary movies using various soft toys.

Written by and starring Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish. First broadcast on Channel 4 in December 1996.
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ITV series featuring Maureen Lipman as a cosmopolitan Jewish agony aunt with problems of her own. Starring Maureen Lipman, Simon Williams and Maria Charles. Written by Len Richmond, Anna Raeburn, Stan Hey and Andrew Nickolds. First broadcast on ITV in March 1979.
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Spin-off from the Channel 4 programme "The 11 O'Clock Show," featuring Sacha Baren Cohen as spoof rapper, interviewer and Staines resident Ali G. First broadcast on Channel 4 in 2000.
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Are You Being Served? (AYBS) is a BBC sitcom ("Britcom") about the adventures of the very dysfunctional staff of Grace Brothers, a fictional London department store. Starring John Inman, Mollie Sugden, Trevor Bannister, Frank Thornton, Wendy Richard and Arthur Brough. Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. First broadcast (pilot episode) on BBC 1 in September 1972.
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BBC sitcom about a writer who hires the daughter of an old flame as a secretary to help him write his memoirs. As the series progresses, he and his former lover renew their affections and eventually marry. Starring Judi Dench, Geoffrey Palmer and Moira Brooker. Written by Bob Larbey. First broadcast on BBC1 in January 1992.
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Bizarre blend of stand up and sketch comedy, led by Simon Munnery, the self-styled 'League Against Tedium', who delivers snippets of his peculiar comic philosophy from the back of a transit van. Starring Simon Munnery, Kevin Eldon, Johnny Vegas, Lore Lixenberg, Richard Thomas, Catherine Tate, Roger Mann, Janet Munnery and Bridget Nichols. Broadcast for the only time on BBC 2 between 25th February and !st April 2001.
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Short-lived late 1960s sketch show, regarded as a dress rehearsal for "Monty Python's Flying Circus". Written by Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, and Marty Feldman. Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Marty Feldman, Aimi Macdonald, Eric Idle, Dick Vosburgh, Jo Kendall, Barry Cryer and Bill Oddie. First shown on ITV in February 1967.
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Dennis (Tim Healy), Neville (Kevin Whately) and Oz (Jimmy Nail) are three unemployed bricklayers living on Tyneside in the early 1980s. They decide to travel to West Germany to find work in the booming German construction industry. They end up working on a building site in Dusseldorf, sharing a Nissen hut with Barry (Timothy Spall), Wayne (Gary Holton), Bomber (Pat Roach) and Moxey (Christopher Fairbank). Written by Ian La Frenais and Dick Clement. First broadcast on ITV in 1983.
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Sitcom featuring Rik Mayall as Adonis Cnut, an egotistical professor at Queen Edward College, Oxford, and his machinations within the shadowy, all-powerful body known as the International Council for Progress. Starring Rik Mayall, Michael Maloney and Emily Bruni. Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. First broadcast on ITV in July 2002.
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Eccentric late 90s sketch show devised by Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews. Starring Kevin Eldon, Mark Heap, Simon Pegg, Amelia Bullmore, Julia Davis, Rebecca Front, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Catherine Tate. Written by Graham Linehan, Arthur Mathews, Kevin Eldon, Mark Heap, Simon Pegg, Amelia Bullmore, Julia Davis, Rebecca Front, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Catherine Tate. Winner of the 1999 Bronze Rose at the Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival, and the 1999 British Comedy Award for Best Broken Comedy.
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Late '80s - early '90s sketch show featuring, amongst other things, extended character studies, elaborate wordplay, spoof vox-pops and mock chat-shows. Written by Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. Starring Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie and Deborah Norton (series 1). Appeared first in 1986 as a one-off Boxing Day special. Series first broadcast on BBC1 in January 1989.
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Sitcom revolving around the historical figure Blackadder, who appears in the first series as the snivelling son of the King Richard IV. The second series features Blackadder as a courtier to Queen Elizabeth I, with the third series seeing him return as the butler to the Prince Regent, George III. The final series has Blackadder as a sergeant in the trenches in World War I. Played by Rowan Atkinson, and with Tony Robinson playing Blackadder's ever faithful sidekick Baldrick. Also starring Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Tim McInnerny, Miranda Richardson, Adrian Edmonson and Rik Mayall. Written by Ben Elton and Richard Curtis. First broadcast on BBC1 in June 1983.
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Sitcom chronicling the exploits of the wine-soaked and deeply anti-social owner of a second hand bookshop, and his two slightly less maladjusted companions. Written by Graham Linehan and Dylan Moran. Starring Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig. First broadcast on Channel 4 in September 2000. Recipient of 2 Bafta Situation Comedy Awards, the first in 2001, the second in 2005.
Channel 4 sketch show featuring foul-mouthed celebrity interviews and impersonations. Starring Avid Merrion (Leigh Francis). Written by Leigh Francis and Spencer Millman. First broadcast on Channel 4 in September 2002.
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Sitcom following the drunken misadventures of two deeply repellent bachelors. Starring Rik Mayall as Richie Richard and Adrian Edmondson as Eddie Hitler. Written by Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmonson. First broadcast on BBC1 in September 1991.
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Controversial media satire featuring mock news investigations and studio debates, and celebrities duped into expressing support for ludicrous spoof campaigns. Written by Chris Morris and Peter Baynham. Starring Chris Morris, Peter Baynham, Bill Cashmore, Hugh Dennis, Doon Mackichan, Claire Skinner, Mark Heap, Kevin Eldon, Amelia Bullmore and Julia Davis. First broadcast on Channel 4 in January 1997.
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This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to 'Bread', a 1980s sitcom revolving around the cash-strapped Boswell family. Starring Jean Boht, Jonathon Morris, Ronald Forfar, Peter Howitt, Graham Bickley, Gilly Coman, Melanie Hill, Victor McGuire and Nick Conway. Written by Carla Lane.
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Sitcom following the career of Gordon Brittas, the officious and disaster-prone manager of Whitbury Leisure Centre. Starring Chris Barrie, Pippa Haywood and Julia St John. Written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss. First broadcast on BBC1 in January 1991.
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BBC sitcom concerning the members of an undistinguished legal practice. Starring John Bird, Sarah Lancashire (series 1), Nina Wadia (series 2), James Fleet and Jonathan Kydd. Written by Clive Coleman. First broadcast on BBC1 in June 2000.
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1990s BBC sitcom concerning a dazzling and temperemental chef with failings in practically every other walk of life. Starring Lenny Henry, Caroline Lee Johnson and Roger Griffiths. Written by Peter Tilbury, Geoff Deane and Paul Makin. First broadcast on BBC1 in January 1993.
Scottish sketch show featuring various 'Neds', 'slappers', and a suicidal taxi radio operator. Starring Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill and Karen Dunbar. Written by Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill and Rab Christie. First broadcast on BBC Scotland in January 1999.
1980s sitcom featuring university-educated Colin Watkins, who works in the British Rail Passenger Relations Office, (otherwise known as the complaints department), and his struggle to become a successful writer. Starring Mel Smith, Louise Rix and Mike Grady. Written by Paul Smith and Terry Kyan. First broadcast on BBC2 in October 1988.
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A sequence of 37 discrete television films, parodying such diverse subjects as contemporary movies, political events, moral panics and children's literature. Starring Adrian Edmondson, Dawn French, Peter Richardson, Rik Mayall, Nigel Planer, Keith Allen, Jennifer Saunders, Alexei Sayle, Robbie Coltrane, Daniel Peacock, Ronald Allen, Phil Cornwell and Miranda Richardson. Broadcast first on Channel 4 between 1982 and 1988, and again from 1998 to 2000, then on BBC2 between 1990 and 1993.
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BBC sitcom charting the sexual preoccupations of 6 friends. Starring Jack Davenport, Gina Bellman, Sarah Alexander, Kate Isitt, Peter Coyle, Ben Miles and Richard Mylan. First broadcast on BBC2 in May 2000.
Sitcom charting the fortunes of a motley group of bankers, butchers and black marketeers, who have been pressed into service in a petrifyingly inadequate WWII local defense group known as the Home Guard. Starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, John Laurie, Ian Lavender, Arnold Ridley, James Beck and Bill Pertwee. Written by David Croft and Jimmy Perry. First broadcast on BBC1 in July 1968.
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Comedy drama series about the Larkin family, led by Pop Larkin (David Jason), a man of unquenchable good nature who does not believe in paying taxes but is more than generous with his money. Based on the H.E. Bates novels. Starring David Jason, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Pam Ferris. Written by Robert Banks Stewart, Bob Larbey, Stephen Bill and Paul Wheeler. First broadcast on ITV in July 1991.
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Influential current affairs spoof. Featuring Chris Morris, Steve Coogan, Rebecca Front, David Schneider, Doon Mackichan and Patrick Marber. First broadcast on BBC2 in January 1994.
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Sketch show featuring celebrity impersonations and parodies of current political and cultural affairs. Starring Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens, Mark Perry, Kevin Connelly and Phil Cornwell. First aired on television (pilot episode, BBC1) in March 2002. Subsequently aired on BBC2 from November 2002.
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80s sitcom featuring Ralph Bates as a teacher who joins an encounter group in an attempt to recover from his recent divorce. Starring Ralph Bates, Peter Blake and Belinda Lang. Written by John Sullivan. First broadcast on BBC1 in February 1986.
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Pre-Python sketch show, originally aimed at children, but which amassed a cult following from all age groups. Written by Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin. Starring Denise Coffey, Eric Idle, David Jason, Terry Jones and Michael Palin. Also featuring the Bonzo Dog Dooh Dah Band, and art work from Terry Gilliam. First broadcast on ITV in December 1968.
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Topical sitcom revolving around the dysfunctional presenting and editing team of Globelink News, a fictional satellite broadcasting company. Starring Robert Duncan, Hayden Gwynn, Stephen Tompkinson, Ingrid Lacey, Neil Pearson, Jeff Rawle, David Swift, Victoria Wicks and Susannah Doyle. Written by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin. First broadcast on Channel 4 in August 1990.
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Naturalistic sitcom revolving around the landlord and clientele of The Grapes, a traditional pub in the north of England. Starring Craig Cash, Phil Mealey and John Henshaw. Written by Craig Cash and Phil Mealey. First broadcast on BBC2 in May 2003.
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Sitcom in which Ricky Gervais plays the middle-aged Andy Millman, a man who left his reasonably comfortable job with the Nat West bank in order to pursue an acting career. Starring Ricky Gervais, Ashley Jensen, Stephen Merchant,Shaun Pye and Shaun Williamson. Written by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. First broadcast on BBC2 in July 2005.
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Fast-paced 90s sketch show, notable for its emphasis on catchphrases and deliberate lack of narrative continuity. Written and performed by Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Mark Williams, John Thomson, Simon Day, Arabella Weir, and Caroline Aherne. First broadcast on BBC2 in September 1994.
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Classic 70s BBC sitcom featuring the eccentric owner of a Torquay hotel, Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) and his domineering wife Sybil (Prunella Scales). Also starring Connie Booth and Andrew Sachs. Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth. First broadcast on BBC2 in September 1975.
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BBC sitcom featuring Rik Mayall as an unemployed actor, Nigel Planer as his agent and Adrian Edmonson as his dipsomaniac minder. Fist broadcast on BBC2 in January 1987.
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Late 60s sketch show comprising satirical monologues and songs, often regarded as a natural successor to "That Was The Week That Was". Starring David Frost, John Cleese, Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett, Sheila Steafel and Nicky Henson. First broadcast on BBC 1 in June 1966.
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Sitcom about three socially inadequate twentysomethings sharing a flat. Starring Ben Sherman (series 1), Samantha Janus, Neil Stuke (series 2) and Matthew Cottle. Written by Andrew Davies and Bernadette Davis. First broadcast on BBC 2 in February 1995.
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Written by Matthew Holness and Richard Ayoade. Starring Matthew Holness, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry and Alice Lowe.

First broadcast on Channel 4 in January 2004.
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Late 90s BBC sitcom featuring James Dreyfuss as a permanently out of work actor, and Kathy Burke as his man-hungry flatmate. Starring Kathy Burke, James Dreyfus, Rosalind Knight, Brian Bovell and Beth Goddard. Written by Jonathan Harvey. First broadcast on BBC2 in January 1999.
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Long-running comedy presenting a trio of odd-job men undertaking various fantastical assignments, usually with the assistance of giant props, camera tricks, and an abundance of violent slapstick. Added to this were surreal physical sketches, a mock television advert or two and an element of gentle political and social satire. Devised by and starring Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor. First broadcast on BBC 2 in November 1970. Broadcast on ITV between January and February 1982.
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BBC sketch comedy poking fun at British and Asian stereotypes. Starring Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Syal, Nina Wadia and Dave Lamb. Written by Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Syal, Nina Wadia, Dave Lamb, Sharat Sardana, Richard Pinto. First broadcast on radio in 1996, and subsequently appearing on BBC2 from January 1998.
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BBC comedy starring Nicholas Lyndhurst as a time-travelling bigamist . Starring Nicholas Lyndhurst, Michelle Holmes (series 1-3), Dervla Kirwan (series 1-3), Elizabeth Carling (series 4-6) and Emma Amos (series 4-6). Created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. First broadcast on BBC1 in November 1993.
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BBC sitcom starring Felicity Kendal and Richard Briers as suburbanites struggling to be self-sufficient. (Entitled 'Good Neighbors' in America so as not to be confused with the series featuring Larry Hagman). Starring Felicity Kendal, Richard Briers, Paul Eddington and Penelope Keith. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey. First broadcast on BBC1 in April 1975.
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Surreal sitcom/sketch show hybrid, set in an English hospital and following new surgical registrar Dr Caroline Todd through her first day at work and beyond. Created by Victoria Pile. Starring Tamsin Greig, Mark Heap, Sarah Alexander and Pippa Haywood. First broadcast on Channel 4 in 2004. Winner of the 2005 Bafta Pioneer Award.
'50s BBC sitcom featuring Tony Hancock as Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock, a man whose hopeless social aspirations are invariably thwarted by his own folly. Starring Tony Hancock, Sidney James, Alec Bregonzi, Mario Fabrizi, Irene Handl, Patricia Hayes, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr, Hugh Lloyd, John Vere, Johnny Vyvyan and Kenneth Williams . Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. First broadcast on BBC1 in July 1956.
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Controversial alternative sitcom, pulled off the air after only two episodes. Set in a failing comprehensive school, the show revolved around various feral students and a parade of alcoholic, perverse or sadistic teachers. Written by Richard Hall and Simon Wright. Starring Roy Kinnear, Roger Sloman, Pam Ferris, Granville Saxton, Gavin Richards, Duncan Preston, Tony Haygarth, Nick Wilton, Kevin Allen, Liz Fraser, Micky O'Donoughue and Paul Spurrier. First broadcast on ITV in February 1987.
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Long running satirical news quiz featuring Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Previously hosted by Angus Deayton, now with regular guest hosts. First broadcast in 1990.
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Sitcom produced by BBC Wales. Starring Robert Blythe, Margaret John and David Rees Talbot. Written by Boyd Clack. First broadcast on BBC1 in October 2002.
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Late-90s sitcom involving a band of middle-class poseurs who fail to make any impact on the Notting Hill Gate counterculture they so desperately wish to join. Created by Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews. Written by Arthur Mathews. Starring Simon Pegg, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Sally Phillips and Darren Boyd. First broadcast on BBC2 in November 1999.
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Comedy drama series featuring Charlotte Coleman and Dylan Moran as a couple attempting to shield their marriage from an onslaught of disapproval from the increasingly sinister and violent rural community they inhabit. Starring Dylan Moran, Charlotte Coleman, Frank Finlay, Emma Chambers, Peter Serafinowicz, Diana Fairfax, Simon Bateson and Mark Heap. Written by Simon Nye. First broadcast on BBC2 in February 1998.
BBC comedy series featuring Steve Coogan as a failing TV and Radio Norfolk personality. Starring Steve Coogan, Felicity Montagu, Simon Greenall, Phil Cornwell, Barbara Durkin, Sally Phillips (series 1), Amelia Bullmore (series 2). Written by Peter Baynham, Steve Coogan, Armando Iannucci. First broadcast on BBC2 in November 1997.
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Channel 4 sitcom featuring two "standard nerds" running a company IT Department, and their socially adept but technologically illiterate manager. Starring Richard Ayoade, Christopher Morris, Chris O'Dowd and Katherine Parkinson. Written by Graham Linehan. First broadcast on Channel 4 in March 2006.
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BBC 90s sitcom featuring Patricia Routledge as the snobby Hyacinth Bouquet who constantly strives to maintain her 'standards' and try to impress 'influential' people. In the process, she frequently brings chaos into the lives of her friends, relatives and neighbours. Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift, Josephine Tewson - Liz , David Griffin (series 2 onwards), Judy Cornwell, Geoffrey Hughes. Written by Roy Clarke. First broadcast on BBC1 in October 1990.
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Late 70s / early 80s sketch show, which used emergent video editing technology to underpin its zany style. Starring Kenny Everett and Anna Dawson. Written by Barry Cryer, Ray Cameron and Kenny Everett. First broadcast on ITV in July 1978.
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Sitcom following the second-childhood adventures of three old codgers, one-time school chums now retired, as they wonder about their West Yorkshire village and the surrounding countryside conversing idly and usually getting into trouble. Starring Bill Owen (series 1-21), Peter Sallis, Michael Bates (series 1 & 2), Brian Wilde (series 3-8 & 12-18) and Michael Aldridge (Jan 1986 special to series 11). Written by Roy Clarke. First broadcast on BBC1 in November 1973.
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90s sitcom revolving around the grotesque inhabitants of a sinister northern town called Royston Vasey. Starring Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. Written by Jeremy Dyson, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. First broadcast on BBC2 in January 1999.
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Late '90s sitcom starring Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French, which parodies pre-revolutionary France. Written by Peter Learmouth. First broadcast on BBC1 in September 1999.
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Sketch comedy presenting a bizarre look at life in modern Britain, airing first as a radio show between February 2001 and March 2002 on BBC Radio 4, before being adapted for television. Television version broadcast on BBC 3 from September - November 2003. Written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Winner of the 2005 BAFTA TV Award for Best Comedy.
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Originally a series of 10-minute shows parodying school science programmes, particularly those created in the 70s and 80s. The format was expanded to 30 minutes in series 2, and the subject matter broadened to encompass all forms of popular science shows, most notably the long-running BBC series "Tomorrow's World". Starring Nigel Lambert and Peter Serafinowicz. Written by Robert Popper and Peter Serafinowicz. First broadcast on BBC 2 in October 2002.
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Monologue based BBC comedy, exploring the life of Keith Barratt, a mini-cab driver struggling to cope with estrangement from his wife. Originally broadcast as a series of 10 minute programmes, the format was later extended to a more conventional 30 minute slot. Starring Rob Rydon. Written by Rob Rydon and Hugo Blick. First broadcast on BBC2 in September 2000.
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Channel 4 series combining stand-up with stunts and campaigns designed to highlight issues of politics, human rights and globalisation. Known simply as the "Mark Thomas Product" after 2000, when activism began to assume a more central role in the programme. Written and created by Mark Thomas. First aired on Channel 4 in February 1996.
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Sketch comedy targeting the politics and popular culture of late 80s/early 90s Britain, appearing first on BBC Radio 1 between June 1989 and December 1990, before moving to television in January 1991. Written by and starring Rob Newman, Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and David Baddiel. Aired on BBC 2 between January 1991 and April 1992.


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'90s sitcom revolving around two boorish thirtysomething male flatmates, and the women unfortunate enough to be involved with them. Originally starring Martin Clunes and Harry Enfield, the show aired on ITV1 between February and October 1992, before moving to BBC1 in 1994. Enfield was replaced by Neil Morrissey after the move. Written and created by Simon Nye.
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Animated sketch comedy dissecting the seedier side of modern Britain. Featuring Morwenna Banks, Brian Bowles, Kulvinder Ghir, Simon Greenall, Simon Lipson, Enn Reitel and Kate Robbins. First broadcast on BBC3 in February 2003.
Groundbreaking late '60s / early'70s comedy, combining highly eccentric sketches with surreal animation. Written by and starring Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Eric Idle, with animations supplied by Terry Gilliam. Also featuring Connie Booth and Carol Cleveland. First broadcast on BBC1 in October 1969.
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An intermittent series of shows featuring Rowan Atkinson as an insensitive, childlike and usually mute buffoon. The first programme, broadcast on ITV1 on 1st January 1999, gathered 3 awards at that year's Montreux TV Festival, including the Golden Rose. Written by Rowan Atkinson, Robin Driscoll and Richard Curtis. Starring Rowan Atkinson. Last episode broadcast on 31st October 1995.
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A sequence of 24 murder mystery pastiches. Created by Anthony Horowitz . Starring Dawn French. First broadcast on BBC 2 in November 1991.
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"My Family" follows the day to day life of the highly dysfunctional Harper family: father, Ben, a stressed out dentist; mother, Susan, a tour operator with atrocious cooking skills; eldest son, Nick, a layabout with grand schemes; money hungry daughter, Janie; and super smart youngest son, Michael.
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Channel4 sitcom featuring Nicholas Burns as a talentless 'guerilla film-maker', webmaster and fashion victim, and Julian Barratt as a more serious-minded journalist slowly becoming enmeshed in the vacuous Hoxton media culture he despises. Starring Nicholas Burns, Julian Barratt, Claire Keelan, Ben Whislaw, Noel Fielding, Richard Ayoade, Rhys Thomas and Charlie Condou. Written by Chris Morris and Charlie Brooker. First broadcast on Channel4 in February 2005.
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Short-lived early 90s successor to "The Mary Whitehouse Experience" combining observational comedy, monologues and character sketches. Written and performed by Rob Newman and David Baddiel. First aired on BBC2 in September 1993.
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Sitcom of the late 80s and early 90s featuring Rik Mayall as Alan B'stard, a corrupt and generally unpleasant Conservative MP. Starring Rik Mayall, Michael Troughton and Marsha Fitzalan. Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. First broadcast on ITV in September 1987.
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BBC sitcom featuring Julia Davis as a monstrously self absorbed beautician, whose husband has recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Her reaction to this news is to declare that he has already died, and pursue the affections of her neighbour, whose wife is confined to a wheelchair due to MS. Starring Julia Davis, Angus Deayton, Kevin Eldon. Written by Julia Davis. First broadcast in 2004.
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Highly influential 1960s sketch show, of which few episodes remain, owing to a BBC decision to remove much of the recorded material from its archives. Starring Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Written by Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Robert Fuest, John Law, Dick Clement, Joe McGrath, Robert Sale and Jonathan Abbott. First broadcast on BBC2, in January 1965.
Late 70s / early 80s sketch show, written using an "open door" policy which permitted the selection of high quality material from a variety of up-coming screen writers. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Pamela Stephenson, Mel Smith, Griff Rhys Jones and Chris Langham (series 1). First broadcast on BBC2 in October 1979.
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Early '90s sitcom starring Penelope Keith as newly elected MP Jean Price. Written by Alex Shearer . Starring Penelope Keith, George Baker and Mark Kingston. First broadcast on ITV in February 1990.
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"The Office" (2001) - BBC TV comedy series, written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. The story is set in the office of a paper company in Slough that faces closure when the company decides to downsize it's branches. Stars Ricky Gervais as David Brent, Mackenzie Crook as Gareth, Martin Freeman as Tim, and Lucy Davis as Dawn.


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BBC sitcom exploring the world of sixty-year-old Victor Meldrew, a black-humoured anti-hero played by Richard Wilson, and his long suffering wife played by Annette Crosbie. Written by David Renwick. Starring Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Doreen Mantle, Owen Brenman, Angus Deayton and Janine Duvitski. First broadcast on BBC 1 in January 1990.
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Long-running BBC sitcom examining the fortunes of Del and Rodney Trotter, a brace of cockney wide-boys struggling to make a living in Thatcherite Britain. Starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst. Written by John Sullivan. First broadcast on BBC 1 in September 1981.
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70's - 80's sitcom revolving around a miserly Doncaster shopkeeper, and his long-suffering nephew.

Written by Roy Clarke.

Starring Ronnie Barker, David Jason and Lynda Baron.

First broadcast on BBC 2 in March 1973.
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1970s sitcom featuring Ronnie Barker as Fletch, a hardened criminal and Richard Beckinsale as Lennie Godber, his comparatively innocent cell-mate. Starring Ronnie Barker, Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay, Brian Wilde, David Jason and Brian Glover. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. First broadcast (pilot episode) on BBC2 in April 1973. First series broadcast on BBC1 in September 1974.
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Quiz show examining obscure facts and popular misconceptions. Hosted by Stephen Fry with Alan Davis as a regular panellist. Broadcast on BBC2 and BBC4 since 11th September 2003.
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Rab C. Nesbitt - BBC comedy series. It follows the life of a single family and their friends, self-described 'scum' floating around Govan, one of the most depressed suburbs of Glasgow. Gregor Fisher plays the drunken Scottish wastrel Rab C. Nesbitt, who likes nothing better than sitting around in his grubby string vest and filthy headband, much to his wife Mary's (Elaine C. Smith) disgust. Andrew Fairley and the late Eric Cullen play the parts of their useless siblings, Gash and Burney.
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Late-70s sitcom starring Leonard Rossiter as a middle-aged sales executive, who uses increasingly desperate flights of fancy to combat his stress-filled life. Starring Leonard Rossiter, Pauline Yates and John Barron. Written by David Nobbs. First broadcast on ITV in September 1976.
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'Claymation' sitcom from Aardman Animations, presented in 10 minute episodes. Action revolves around Rex, a two-dimensional plastecine dog, and his three companions. Voiced by Steve Box, Andrew Franks, Elisabeth Hadley, Andrew Jeffers, Colin Rote, and Kevin Wrench. First broadcast on BBC2 in December 1998.
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70's ITV sitcom starring Leonard Rossiter. Leonard Rossiter plays Rigsby, a tight-fisted landlord. His tenants include Ruth Jones (Frances De La Tour) and students Alan Moore (Richard Beckinsale) and Philip Smith (Don Warrington). Rigsby has designs on Miss Jones who herself has desires for Philip. Rising Damp was written by Eric Chappell, directed and produced by Ronnie Baxter, Vernon Lawrence, Len Lurcuck and Ian MacNaughton. It was transmitted by Yorkshire Television.
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BBC sitcom featuring Mum (Sue Johnston), Dad (Ricky Tomlinson), Denise (Caroline Aherne) and Antony (Ralf Little) who sit in front of the television in their squalid living room, smoking, talking and bickering. From time to time, Denise's boyfriend Dave (Craig Cash) or her best friend Cheryl (Jessica Stevenson) pops in for a chat.

Written by Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Henry Normal and Carmel Morgan . First broadcast on BBC 1 in September 1998.
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Sketch comedy running between 1999 and 2003, written and presented by an all-female cast. Starring Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen and Sally Phillips. Recipient of the 2003 Bronze Rose at the Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival. First broadcast on Channel 4 in March 1999.
70s BBC sitcom starring Michael Crawford as the disaster prone Frank Spencer and Michelle Dotrice as his long suffering wife Betty. Written by Raymond Allen. First broadcast on BBC 1 in February 1973.
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Channel 4 sitcom about an aspiring graphic artist and a directionless but good-natured would-be journalist, who pose as a couple in order to secure a flat. Written by Jessica Stevenson and Simon Pegg. Starring Jessica Stevenson, Simon Pegg, Julia Deakin, Mark Heap and Nick Frost. First broadcast on Channel 4 in September 1999.
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Topical satire enacted in latex, featuring a grotesque cast of politicians, royals and assorted public figures. Created by Peter Luck, Roger Flaw, Martin Lambie-Nairn. Broadcast on ITV between 1984 and 1996.
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BBC sitcom chronicling the lives of celebrities (impersonated by Phil Cornwell and John Sessions) living in a run-of-the-mill suburb in Surrey. Starring Phil Cornwell, John Sessions, Ronnie Ancona and Sandra Cush. Written by Phil Cornwell, John Session and Peter Richardson. First broadcast on BBC 2 in December 1997.
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Popular 60s BBC sitcom about two rag and bone merchants, starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H. Corbett. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. First broadcast (pilot episode) on BBC 1 in January 1962.
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Sitcom following the exploits of two pensioners living on a fictional Glasgow housing estate. Written by and starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill. First broadcast on BBC1 Scotland in September 2002, before an eventual transfer to BBC2 in 2004.
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Animated sitcom about the pressurised life of a 40 year-old single parent. Featuring Mark Heap, Morwenna Banks and Carl Gorham. Written by Carl Gorham and Michael Hatt. First broadcast on BBC 1 in August 1998.
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1960s anti-establishment satire broadcast on the BBC, combining sketches, cabaret and studio discussions. Featuring David Frost, Millicent Martin, Kenneth Cope, David Kernan, Bernard Levin, Lance Percival, William Rushton, Roy Kinnear, Timothy Birdsall, Bernard Levin, Al Mancini and Robert Lang. Devised by Ned Sherrin. First brodcast in November 1962.
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Political satire following the career of Hugh Abbot, the fictional Minister for Social Affairs, and his various aggressive advisors. Starring Chris Langham, Peter Capaldi, Chris Addison, Joanna Scanlan and James Smith. Written and Directed Armando Iannucci. First broadcast on BBC 4 in May 2005.
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90s BBC sitcom starring Rowan Atkinson as the Inspector in a comically dysfunctional police station. Written by Ben Elton. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Serena Evans, James Dreyfus, Mina Anwar, Rudolph Walker and David Haig. First broadcast on BBC1 in December 1995.
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Controversial 1960s sitcom revloving around a Cockney racist, his long-suffering wife, their daughter and her left-wing husband. Starring Warren Mitchell, Dandy Nichols, Una Stubbs and Anthony Booth. Written by Johnny Speight. First broadcast as part of Comedy Playhouse on BBC1 in July 1965.
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80s BBC sitcom starring Penelope Keith as Audrey Fforbes-Hamilton, a wealthy woman who is left bankrupt when her husband dies and has to sell her beloved Grantleigh Manor to Richard DeVere (Peter Bowles), a London businessman. She then moves into the Manor's lodge, where she can keep an eye on DeVere's activities at the Manor while she schemes to reclaim her ancestral home. Written by Peter Spence. Starring Penelope Keith, Peter Bowles, Angela Thorne, John Rudling, Daphne Heard, Michael Bilton, and Gerald Sim. First broadcast on BBC1 in September 1979.
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Sketch show starring Dom Joly, featuring offbeat hidden camera sketches and members of the public exposed to bizarre behaviour by Joly's characters. Featuring Dom Joly, Sam Cadman, Travis Draft and Lindsey Ellis. First broadcast on Channel 4 in 2000.
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BBC sketch show, usually dealing with the problems of modern technology. Starring Hugh Dennis, Pauline McLynn, Debra Stephenson, Mina Anwar, Mackenzie Crook, Ricky Grover, Conleth Hill, and Sean Campion. First broadcast (pilot episode) on BBC1 in July 2000. First series broadcast on BBC1 in May 2001.
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Long-running sketch and variety show of the 70s and 80s, starring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker, which tended to avoid the usual funny-man / straightman relationship of most comedy double-acts. First aired on BBC1 in April 1971.
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70s BBC music hall styled sitcom starring Frankie Howerd as Lurcio, a slave living in Pompeii. Written by Talbot Rothwell and Sid Colin. Starring Frankie Howerd, Max Adrian, Wallas Eaton, Elizabeth Larner, Kerry Gardner, Jeanne Mockford, and Georgina Moon. First broadcast on BBC1 in March 1970.
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BBC sitcom written by Richard Curtis, starring Dawn French as Geraldine, a female vicar who comes to the St Barnabas Church in the small village of Dibley. The fun loving vicar becomes immediately popular with the villagers but finds herself at odds with the grumpy, right-wing local councillor (played by David Horton) who disagrees with the vicar's fresh, liberal attitude and ideas. First broadcast on BBC1 in November 1994.
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Mid-80s sketch show, featuring amongst other things, comic songs and spoof soap operas. Written by Victoria Wood. Starring Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston and Susie Blake. First broadcast on BBC2 in January 1985.
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Early 90s sitcom about two self-styled geriatric rebels, railing against the iniquities of their soulless retirement village. Written by Michael Aitkens. Starring Stephanie Cole, Graham Crowden, Daniel Hill, and Janine Duvitski. First broadcast on BBC1 in June 1990.
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Sitcom set in the Cornish Hamlet of St Gweep. Starring Dawn French, Catherine Tate and Anne-Marie Duff. Written by Simon Nye. First broadcast on BBC1 in October 2002.
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1980s political satire detailing the often contorted relationship between government ministers and civil servants. Starring Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds and Diana Hoddenott. First broadcast on BBC2 in February 1980.
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Early 80s show concerning 4 fairly unpleasant students sharing an equally unpleasant house. A product of the alternative comedy movement, the programme actively sought to challenge the conventions of the sitcom genre. Written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer. Starring Rick Mayall, Adiran Edmondson, Nigel Planer and Christopher Ryan. First broadcast on BBC2 in November 1982.
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