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1964032920190530 (BBC7)

The master of double entendre goes Down Your Way and Fred Scuttle turns film director - with a Russian twist.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Anthony Sharp, the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1964.

The master of double entendre presents sketches including Fred Scuttle.

Comedian Benny Hill's radio shows for the BBC Light Programme

Benny Hill Time20170420 (BBC7)
20170427 (BBC7)
20170504 (BBC7)
20170511 (BBC7)
20170518 (BBC7)
20170525 (BBC7)

The master of double entendre presents sketches including Little Bo Peep.

The master of double entendre with a taste of Saint Tropez, Little Bo Peep with a twist and Fred Scuttle gets poetical.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Anthony Sharp, the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1964.

The master of double entendre presents sketches including Fred Scuttle.

The master of double entendre goes Down Your Way and Fred Scuttle turns film director - with a Russian twist.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1964.

Fred Scuttle describes the swinging pop scene and movie news from Pinetree Studios.

Impresario Fred Scuttle describes the swinging pop scene and movie news from Pinetree Studios.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters and Patricia Hayes.

Music from the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1964.

Fred Scuttle describes his exclusive club for playboys, and a bingo winner heads for Paris

Fred Scuttle describes his exclusive club for playboys and a bingo winner heads for Paris.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Patricia Hayes and Anthony Sharp,

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1964.

Benny Hill with homemade movie mayhem and the historical epic, 'Henry XVIII'.

Benny Hill with homemade movie mayhem and the Italian-made historical epic, 'Henry XVIII'

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1964.

Benny Hill seeks romance in a rowing boat and tries to get a handle on bank robbery.

Benny Hill seeks romance in a rowing boat and tries to get a handle on bank robbery.

Music from Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson with The Hill Time Band conducted by Malcolm Lockyer.

Producer: John Browell

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1964.

From 05/04/19641964040520190606 (BBC7)

The master of double entendre with a taste of Saint Tropez, Little Bo Peep with a twist and Fred Scuttle gets poetical.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Anthony Sharp, the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1964.

The master of double entendre presents sketches including Little Bo Peep.

Comedian Benny Hill's radio shows for the BBC Light Programme

From 12/04/19641964041220190613 (BBC7)

Fred Scuttle describes his exclusive club for playboys and a bingo winner heads for Paris.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Patricia Hayes and Anthony Sharp,

Music from the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1964.

Fred Scuttle describes his exclusive club for playboys, and a bingo winner heads for Paris

Comedian Benny Hill's radio shows for the BBC Light Programme

From 29/3/19641964032920190601 (BBC7)

The master of double entendre goes Down Your Way and Fred Scuttle turns film director - with a Russian twist.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, Anthony Sharp, the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1964.

The master of double entendre presents sketches including Fred Scuttle.

Comedian Benny Hill's radio shows for the BBC Light Programme

Star Parade20170413 (BBC7)
20170415 (BBC7)

Fred Scuttle's mission to land on the Moon and how zoo monkeys perceive human visitors.

With Peter Vernon, Jan Waters, the Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnnie Spence Orchestra.

Scripted by Benny Hill.

Producer: John Browel

First broadcast in 'Star Parade' on the BBC Light Programme in August 1963.