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A Day in the Life of Dennis Day
American old-time radio situation comedy. It was broadcast on NBC from October 3, 1946, to June 30, 1951.[1] It is also sometimes referred to as The Dennis Day Show
 
A Life Of Bliss
A Life of Bliss, a new radio sitcom, was introduced by the BBC on the 29th of July, 1953, starring George Cole as awkward, absent-minded bachelor David Bliss In the early episodes, Nora Swinburne played his sister, Pamela Batten & Esmond Knight his brother-in-law, Robert Batten. See more...
 
All Gas and Gaiters Podcast
All Gas and Gaiters, predominantly farcical in nature, was set in the close of the fictional St Ogg's Cathedral and concerned various intrigues and rivalries among the clergy. The "gaiters" in the title refers to the part of the traditional dress of bishops and archdeacons. The bishop was easygoing; his friend the arched See more...
 
Amos & Andy
Amos & Andy

Amos 'n' Andy is an American radio and television sitcom set in Harlem, the historic centre of Afro-American culture in New York City. The original radio show, which ran from 1928 to 1960, was created, written and voiced by two white actors, Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, who played Amos Jones (Gosden) and Andrew Ho See more...
 
Archie Andrews
Archie Andrews

Archie was invariably dressed in a broad-striped blazer, and addressed the ventriloquist as "Brough". The television scripts were written by Marty Feldman and Ronald Chesney. The radio show had a children's fan club that at one time had 250,000 members. Among future stars who appeared on the show was Tony Hancock, See more...
 
Beyond Our Ken
Beyond Our Ken

Beyond Our Ken (1958–1964) is a radio comedy program, the predecessor to Round the Horne (1965–1968). Both programs starred Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee, with announcer Douglas Smith.  The name is a pun on Kenneth Horne's name
 
Frankie Howerd Radio Shows and Songs
Frankie Howerd Radio Shows and Songs
 
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ESSENTIALLY an audio equivalent to all those whopping great Muir-edited ‘gift books’ available exclusively at WH Smith every Christmas, taking a pink-bowtied Humprey-watching-out-for Fruit-And-Nut-case-identifying What-A-Mess!-presaging every-grain-will-drive-you-insane sideways look at the usual topics (romance, travel, politics, schooldays etc) with the aid of personally-selected humorous quotations read out by Alfred Marks.
 
Take It From Here
Take It From Here

Take It from Here was a British radio comedy programme broadcast between 1948 and 1960. It was written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden and starred Jimmy Edwards, Dick Bentley and Joy Nichols. When Nichols moved to New York City in 1953, she was replaced by June Whitfield and Alma Cogan.
 
The Aldrich Family
The Aldrich Family, a popular radio teenage situation comedy (July 2, 1939 – April 19, 1953), was also presented in films, television and comic books. In the radio series' well-remembered weekly opening exchange, awkward teen Henry's mother called, "Hen-reeeeeeeeeeeee! Hen-ree Al-drich!", and he responded with See more...
 
The Charlotte Greenwood Show
The Charlotte Greenwood Show is a radio situation comedy in the United States. It was broadcast on NBC from June 13 to September 5, 1944, and on ABC from October 15, 1944, to January 6, 1946.
 
The Enchanting World of Hinge & Bracket
Dr Evadne Hinge and Dame Hilda Bracket present an informal evening of music and conversation with jokes aplenty. A quirky sitcom starring Dr Evadne Hinge and Dame Hilda Bracket, spinster friends who reside in the picturesque village of Stackton Tressel.
 
The Halls of Ivy
The Halls of Ivy featured Ronald Colman as William Todhunter Hall, the president of small, Midwestern Ivy College, and Benita Hume as his wife, Victoria, a former British musical comedy star who sometimes feels the tug of her former profession, and followed their interactions with students, friends, and college trustees.
 
The Men from the Ministry
The series was about lazy, bungling, incompetent civil servants, "Number One" – Roland Hamilton-Jones (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and later Deryck Lennox-Brown (Deryck Guyler), "Number Two" – Richard Lamb (Richard Murdoch), with their dim, typo-prone, teenage secretary, Mildred Murfin (Norma Ronald), all watched-over by the lecherous, pompous, self-seeking Permanent Under-Secretary Sir Gregory Pitkin (Roy Dotrice and later Ronald Baddiley), all members of the British Civil Service.