Episodes

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20050925 BT=1230 (BBC7)

A Load of Chinese Junk: Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington! From December 1963.

20050925 BT=2130 (BBC7)

A Load of Chinese Junk: Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington! From December 1963.

20050926 BT=0430 (BBC7)

A Load of Chinese Junk: Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington! From December 1963.

20051031 BT=0430 (BBC7)

Jimmy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school with him. How will the gang in the playground react?

20060410 BT=0430 (BBC7)

The ultimate one man show written and performed by Michael Bentine. From February 1984.

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A Funny Thing Happened At The Fair19700701
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Fair20060326 BT=1230 (BBC7)
20060326 BT=2130 (BBC7)
20060327 BT=0430 (BBC7)
20071111 BT=1330 (BBC7)
20071111 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20071111 (BBC7)
20071112 BT=0630 (BBC7)
20100307 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20121202 (BBC7)

Anxious to get to the fairground, the cheeky schoolboy sparks a chain of catastrophes.

Anxious to get to the fairground, the cheeky schoolboy sparks a chain of catastrophes. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From June 1970.

Jimmy has to find someone to take him to the fair as he's been caught spying on Susan and Alfie.

Jimmy has to find someone to take him to the fair as he has been caught spying on Susan and Alfie.

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A Right Son Of A Gun19700805
A Slight Case Of Whisky19700715
Another Mother For Ossie20051120 BT=1230 (BBC7)
20051120 BT=2130 (BBC7)
20051121 BT=0430 (BBC7)
20070211 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20070211 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20070212 BT=0400 (BBC7)
20080914 (BBC7)
20100404 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20110918 (BBC7)
20120812 (BBC7)

The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1965.

The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair.

Jimmy thinks Mr Higginbottom is having an affair and lands him in trouble by telling his usual tall tales. From November 1965.

Comedy With The Eternal Schoolboy From Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe. It's A Gift20061217 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20061218 BT=0400 (BBC7)

Young Jimmy is trying to raise cash so he can buy his mum a Christmas present.

Jimmy is trying to raise cash so he can buy his mum a Christmas present.

Comedy With The Eternal Schoolboy From Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe. One Hundred Not Out20061203 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20061203 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20061204 BT=0400 (BBC7)

Jimmy's family recall when he woke everyone at 5.30am.

Comedy With The Eternal Schoolboy From Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe.beware Of The Neighbour20070909 BT=1330 (BBC7)
20070909 BT=1930 (BBC7)

Cowboy Jimmy's log cabin next door faces demolition when the new neighbour moves in. From October 1967.

Comedy With The Eternal Schoolboy Jimmy Clitheroe. A Load Of Chinese Junk20061210 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20061210 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20061211 BT=0400 (BBC7)

Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference.

Comedy With The Schoolboy From Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe. Double Trouble20061224 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20061224 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20061225 BT=0400 (BBC7)

Jimmy amazes everyone when he does a good turn for an old lady.

Comedy With The Schoolboy From Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe. It's A Gift20061217 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Young Jimmy is trying to raise some cash to buy his mum a Christmas present.

Comedy. James, The Little Gentleman20061231 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20061231 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20070101 BT=0400 (BBC7)

Could Jimmy be off to boarding school? First broadcast November 1964.

Double Trouble (christmas Edition)20081214 (BBC7)
20121223 (BBC7)

The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.

The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

For Singing Out Loud19700930
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Jimmy Clitheroe In

Collecting Trouble

Monday's recorded broadcast

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Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

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Jimmy Clitheroe

In

Waiting at the Church with Peter Sinclair

Patricia Burke

Leonard Williams

Danny Ross

Diana Day

Brian Trueman

Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe Produced by James Casey

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Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

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Jimmy Clitheroe In

Waiting at the Church with Peter Sinclair , Patricia Burke Leonard Williams , Danny Ross

Diana Day , Brian Trueman Monday's recorded broadcast

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Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Brian Trueman

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Jimmy Clitheroe in I was a Stupid Cupid with Peter Sinclair

Patricia Burke

Leonard Williams

Danny Ross

Diana Day

Tony Melody

Brian Trueman

Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Produced by JAMES CASRY

Repeated on Friday at 10.0 a.m.

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Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in I was a Stupid rapid

Monday's recorded broadcast

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Jimmy Clitheroe in James-Mr. Piano—Clitheroe with Peter Sinclair , Patricia Burke

Leonard Williams , Danny Ross

Diana Day , Tony Melody

Rosalie Williams

Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe Produced by JAMES CASEY

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Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Rosalie Williams

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

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Jimmy Clitheroe In

James—Mr. Piano—Clitheres with Peter Sinclair

Patricia Burke

Leonard Williams

Danny Ross , Diana Day

Tony Melody , Rosalie Williams Monday's recorded broadcast

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Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Rosalie Williams

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Jimmy Clitheroe in Going: to the dogs with Peter Sinclair

Patricia Burke

Leonard Williams

Danny Ross

Diana Day

Deryck Guyler

Tony Melody

Rosalie Williams

Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Produced by James Casey

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Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Deryck Guyler

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

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Jimmy Clitheroe in Going to the dogs

Monday's recorded broadcast

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Jimmy Clitheroe in Not in Front of the Parrot

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in Out of the Mouths of Puppies

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

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Jimmy Clilheroe in A Funny Thing Happened at the Fuir

With PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY

COLIN EDWYNN , JOHN GRAHAM Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

(Sunday'sbroadcast: Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clilheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Colin Edwynn

Unknown: John Graham

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in All at Sea with a Sailor With PETER SINCI. AIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinci.

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in A Slight Case of Whisky

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in Once More into the Vicaraqe

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

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Jimmy Clitheroe in A Right Son of a Gun With PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, BRIAN TRUEMAN COLIN EDWYNN

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Unknown: Colin Edwynn

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Jimmy Clitheroe in The Best oj Birthday Luck with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

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Jimmy Clitheroe in For Singing Out Loud with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY. TONY MELODY COLIN EDWYNN

Written bv JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

Have Snake, Must Travel20041003 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20041003 BT=1900 (BBC7)
20060212 BT=1230 (BBC7)
20060212 BT=2130 (BBC7)
20060213 BT=0430 (BBC7)
20081123 BT=1300 (BBC7)
20081123 BT=1900 (BBC7)
20081123 (BBC7)
20081124 BT=0600 (BBC7)
20100502 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20121021 (BBC7)

The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when his teacher sends him reptile hunting.

The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when his teacher sends him reptile hunting. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1967.

Jimmy causes chaos when he's sent reptile hunting by his Nature Study teacher...

Jimmy causes chaos after being sent reptile hunting by his Nature Study teacher. From December 1967.

Jimmy causes chaos after being sent reptile hunting by his Nature Study teacher.

[BBC7 BD=20081124 BT=0600]

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James - The Modest Hero19700909

Jimmy Clitheroe - in James - the Modest Hero with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY , TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Unknown: Colin Edwynn

James The Little Gentleman20040704 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20040704 BT=1900 (BBC7)

Jimmy gets himself into yet another scrape, much to the consternation of his family. First broadcast November 1964.

Keep Jim Off The Road19700819

Jimmy Clitheroe in Keep Jim Off the Road with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY , JOHN LAURIE

MOLLY WEIR , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: John Laurie

Unknown: Molly Weir

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

Mother's Day Of Rest1960052320180805 (BBC7)

Can the cheeky schoolboy help his mother on a very unusual day?

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

Can the cheeky schoolboy manage to help his mother on a very unusual day?

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan, Danny Ross.as Alfie Hall and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe.

With Peter Goodwright and Tony Melody.

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into 'The Clitheroe Kid' on the BBC Light Programme.

Every week, the Kid's schemes sparked havoc - with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra directed by Alan Ainsworth

Scripted by James Casey and Ronnie Taylor.

Producer: James Casey.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1960.

No License For Jim19700916

Jimmy Clitheroe in No Licence for Jim with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Once More Into The Vicarage19700729
Seated One Day At The Movies19700722

Jimmy Clitheroe in Seated One Day at the Movies With PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, BRIAN TRUEMAN COLIN EDWYNN

Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

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Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Taken To The Cleaners19700902

Jimmy Clitheroe in Taken to the Cleaners with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY COLIN EDWYNN

Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

(Sundays broadcast: Radio 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Tale Of A Cat20160515 (BBC7)

Can the cheeky schoolboy dream up a way to keep an unexpected feline visitor?

Can cheeky schoolboy Jimmy dream up a way to keep an unexpected feline visitor?

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe as The Clitheroe Kid. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe.

The Clitheroe Kid ran from 1958 - 1972 - gaining audiences above 10 million at its peak.

Its Lancashire born star, Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) was just 4'3" tall, with a rather shrill voice making him a very believable naughty schoolboy - despite being 35 when it began as a one-off show. Created by James Casey in 1956, a pilot followed and series 1 proper in 1958. Both writing and producing, James stayed with his creation until it finally came off-air. Jimmy died a year later aged just 51.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra conducted by Alyn Ainsworth - with Jimmy Leach at the Electronic Organ.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Producer: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1960.

The Best Of Birthday Luck1970082620071118 BT=1330 (BBC7)
20071118 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20071118 (BBC7)
20071119 BT=0630 (BBC7)
20100314 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20121209 (BBC7)

Jimmy Clitheroe in The Best oj Birthday Luck with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

There is a mix-up over birthday presents, so there's lots of shopping for Jimmy to do.

The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From August 1970.

The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family. From August 1970.

There Was A Farmer, A Scottish Farmer19700812

Jimmy Clitheroe in There was a Farmer, a Scottish Farmer with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY , JOHN LAURIE

MOLLY WEIR , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced bv JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: John Laurie

Unknown: Molly Weir

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Trouble With Higginbottom20160508 (BBC7)

When disaster strikes for schoolboy Jimmy, he desperately needs to raise some cash. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From March 1959.

When disaster strikes for schoolboy Jimmy, he desperately needs to raise some cash.

What A Picnic1960060620180812 (BBC7)

A family picnic jeopardises the kid's standing in the Black Hand Gang.

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

0101Seconds Out
0102The Pen Pal
0103The Wrong End Of The Stick
0104Clitheroe On The Keys
0105Raising The Rent
0106All By Accident
0107The Kid's Last Fight
0108The Mystery Trip
0109Too Many Cooks
0110The Concert
0111 LASTWakes Week
0201What A Pantomime19581229
0202No Match For The Kid19590105
0203Mind My Bike1959011220070902 (BBC7)
20160410 (BBC7)

With his cycle clapped out, the cheeky schoolboy tries to win cash to buy a new one.

Can cheeky schoolboy Jimmy come up with an idea to raise some cash for a new bike?

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe as The Clitheroe Kid. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Peter Goodwright as Billy Parker.

The Clitheroe Kid ran from 1958-1972, gaining audiences above 10 million at its peak.

Its Lancashire-born star, Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) was just 4'3" tall, with a rather shrill voice making him a very believable naughty schoolboy - despite being 35 when it began as a one-off show. Created by James Casey in 1956, a pilot followed and series 1 proper in 1958. Both writing and producing, James stayed with his creation until it finally came off-air. Jimmy died a year later aged just 51.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra conducted by Alyn Ainsworth - with Jimmy Leach at the Electronic Organ.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Produced: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in January 1959.

0204I Shot An Arrow In The Air1959011920160417 (BBC7)

The cheeky schoolboy has been given a new present, but can he handle it wisely?

Cheeky schoolboy Jimmy has been given a new present, but can he handle it wisely?

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe as The Clitheroe Kid. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Peter Goodwright as Billy Parker.

The Clitheroe Kid ran from 1958 - 1972 - gaining audiences above 10 million at its peak.

Its Lancashire born star, Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) was just 4'3" tall, with a rather shrill voice making him a very believable naughty schoolboy - despite being 35 when it began as a one-off show. Created by James Casey in 1956, a pilot followed and series 1 proper in 1958. Both writing and producing, James stayed with his creation until it finally came off-air. Jimmy died a year later aged just 51.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra conducted by Alyn Ainsworth - with Jimmy Leach at the Electronic Organ.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Produced: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in January 1959.

0205Cupid And The Black Hand Gang1959012620160424 (BBC7)

Can the cheeky schoolboy find somewhere for his infamous gang to meet?

Can cheeky schoolboy Jimmy find somewhere for his infamous gang to meet?

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe as The Clitheroe Kid. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe.

The Clitheroe Kid ran from 1958 - 1972 - gaining audiences above 10 million at its peak.

Its Lancashire born star, Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) was just 4'3" tall, with a rather shrill voice making him a very believable naughty schoolboy - despite being 35 when it began as a one-off show. Created by James Casey in 1956, a pilot followed and series 1 proper in 1958. Both writing and producing, James stayed with his creation until it finally came off-air. Jimmy died a year later aged just 51.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra conducted by Alyn Ainsworth - with Jimmy Leach at the Electronic Organ.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe

Produced: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in January 1959.

0206A Kid With A Problem19590202
0207Clitheroe And The Hound Dog1959020920031026 (BBC7)
20050904 BT=1230 (BBC7)
20050904 BT=2130 (BBC7)
20050904 (BBC7)
20050905 BT=0430 (BBC7)
20050905 (BBC7)
20061119 BT=1200 (BBC7)
20061119 BT=2100 (BBC7)
20061119 (BBC7)
20061120 BT=0400 (BBC7)
20061120 (BBC7)
20080713 BT=1300 (BBC7)
20080713 BT=1900 (BBC7)
20080713 (BBC7)
20080714 BT=0600 (BBC7)
20080714 (BBC7)
20100425 BT=1930 (BBC7)
20100425 (BBC7)
20110710 (BBC7)
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20131110 (BBC7)

Mother won't let the cheeky schoolboy keep a pet, but then a wet nose appears.

From 1959.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From February 1959.

Jimmy wants a pet, Mother says no.

Guess what happens?

Mother won't let the cheeky schoolboy keep a pet, but then a wet nose appears. From 1959.

Mother won't let the cheeky schoolboy keep a pet, but then a wet nose appears. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1959.

Back on BBC7, by popular demand, the eternal schoolboy, Jimmy Clitheroe, in an episode from February 1959.

Comedy with the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire - Jimmy Clitheroe. Jimmy wants a pet, Mother says no.

Jolly japes from the eternal schoolboy. Jimmy wants a pet, Mother says no. Guess what happens? First heard in February 1959.

0207Clitheroe And The Hound-dog19590209
0208Message Received And Misunderstood19590216
0209Girl Trouble1959022320160501 (BBC7)

The Kid is ribbed by his pals when he has to escort new neighbour Shirley to school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1959.

The Kid is ribbed by his pals when he has to escort new neighbour Shirley to school.

0210 LASTThe Trouble With Higginbottom19590302
0301The Tale Of A Cat
0302All At Sea1960042520180715 (BBC7)

Schoolboy Jimmy and his best pal Ozzie take desperate measures to escape homework woes.

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

Schoolboy Jimmy and his best pal Ozzie take desperate measures to escape homework woes.

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe,

With Peter Goodwright, Rosalie Williams and Gordon Rollings.

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into ‘The Clitheroe Kid' on the BBC Light Programme.

Every week, the Kid’s schemes sparked havoc – with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra directed by Alan Ainsworth

Scripted and produced by James Casey.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1960.

0302Clitheroe's Merry Go Round
0303Money, Money, Money
0304All At Sea
0305May The Best Man Win
0306Nothing But The Truth1960050920180722 (BBC7)

Susan bets her schoolboy brother five shillings that he can't tell the truth for 24 hours.

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

Susan bets her schoolboy brother Jimmy five shillings that he can't tell the truth for 24 hours.

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan, Danny Ross.as Alfie Hall and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe,

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into 'The Clitheroe Kid' on the BBC Light Programme.

Every week, the Kid's schemes sparked havoc - with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra directed by Alan Ainsworth

Scripted by Frank Roscoe.

Producer: James Casey.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1960.

0307Storm In A Test Tube1960051620180729 (BBC7)

Can the cheeky schoolboy find the room to indulge his dangerous passion for chemistry?

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

0308Mother's Day Of Rest
0309The Wheels Of Misfortune
0310Clitheroe's Merry Go Round1960041120180708 (BBC7)

Schoolboy Jimmy is determined to go to the fair, no matter what mayhem he sparks.

Comedy show about the eternal schoolboy from Lancashire, Jimmy Clitheroe

Schoolboy Jimmy is determined to go to the fair, no matter what mayhem he sparks!

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Diana Day as Susan and Leonard Williams as Theodore Craythorpe,

With Tony Melody, Brian Trueman, Bettye Alberge and Alan Rothwell.

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into 'The Clitheroe Kid' on the BBC Light Programme.

Every week, the Kid's schemes sparked havoc - with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe.

Theme music by Alan Roper and played by the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra directed by Alan Ainsworth

Producer: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1960.

0310What A Picnic
0311Trouble With The Goggle-box
0312Job For The Girl
0313 LASTAlmost A Holiday
0401Pardon My English
0402How Now Brown Cow
0403Grandads Back
0404The Trouble With Neighbours
0405My Pal Ozzie - The Clot
0406Goodness Gracious Me
0407The Girl Who Got The Message19610403
0408The Not-so-welcome Guest19610410
0409The Keyhole Kid1961041720031011 (BBC7)
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The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when he misinterprets sister Susan's conversation.

Jim proves that eavesdropping is a dodgy occupation, with the inevitable trouble to follow.

The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when he misinterprets sister Susan's conversation. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From April 1961.

Another episode, from April 1961, of the classic comedy starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

Jim proves that eavesdropping is a dodgy occupation, with the inevitable trouble to follow. From 1961.

0410The Wreck Of The Soppy Sue19610424
0411Animal Crackers19610501
0412I'm In Trouble - Again19610508
0413 LASTFishing In Troubled Waters19610515
0501Dig That Crazy Garden
0502It's My Mother's Birthday
0503After The Film Was Over
0504The Kid Who Got The Bird
0505Christmas Day In The Kid's House
0506Breaking In The New Year19620101
0507A Snake In The Grass19620108
0508Too Many Crooks19620115
0509The Old Man Of The Sea19620122
0510The Crime That Never Was19620129
0511Lend Me An Ear19620205
0512Day I Told The Truth The19620212
0512The Day I Told The Truth19620212
0513I've Got Them Taped19620219
0514Collecting Trouble19620226
0515Waiting At The Church19620305
0516I Was A Stupid Cupid19620312
0517James - Mr Piano Clitheroe19620319
0518Going To The Dogs19620326
0519Jimmy The Kid19620402
0520 LASTWhat A Good Boy Am I19620409
0601The House That Jim Picked19621029
0602What A Guy19621105
0603Sorry You've Been Troubled19621112
0604Smile Please19621119
0605When Grandad Papered The Parlour19621126
0606We All Make Mistakes19621203
0607Accidents Will Happen19621210
0608Charity Begins At Jim's19621217
0609Just The Ticket19621224
0610Jim's Highland Fling19621231
0611Next Door To Trouble19630107
0612Love Me - Love My Dog19630114
0612Love Me Love My Dog19630114
0613Too Much To Swallow19630121
0614Dial Jim For Trouble19630128
0615Trouble From The Kick Off19630204
0616Don't Shoot The Pianist19630211
0617The Patient's Dilemma19630218
0618One Bad Turn Deserves Another19630225
0619The Quiz Kid19630304
0620 LASTA Dream Of A Holiday19630311
0701No Holes Barred
0702Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
0703A Load Of Chinese Junk1963122920031116 (BBC7)
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Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference.

Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington! From December 1963.

Hi-jinks abound as the naughty school boy performs in a pantomime with a twist.

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

From December 1963.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime - with a twist.

From 1963.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

Panto hijinks for the cheeky schoolboy. 50th anniversary broadcast on the exact day.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime, with a twist. 50th anniversary broadcast on the exact day. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1963.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime - with a twist. From 1963.

Hi-jinks abound as the naughty school boy performs in a pantomime with a twist. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1963.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime - with a twist. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1963.

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Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference.

Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington! From December 1963.

Hi-jinks abound as the naughty school boy performs in a pantomime with a twist.

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

From December 1963.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime - with a twist.

From 1963.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

0703Playing With Fire
0704Love And Marriage
0705Vote For Grandad
0706Three Of A Kind
0707Grandfather Christmas
0708A Load Of Chinese Junk1963122920031116 (BBC7)
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Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference.

Hi-jinks abound as Jimmy performs in a pantomime with a difference: Aladdin, but Jimmy's Dick Whittington!

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime - with a twist.

Panto hijinks for the cheeky schoolboy. 50th anniversary broadcast on the exact day.

Hijinks abound as the cheeky schoolboy performs in a pantomime, with a twist. 50th anniversary broadcast on the exact day. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1963.

0709The Gathering Of The Clan19640105
0710The Ten Pin Terror19640112
0711The Tale Of A Coat19640119
0712The Man Who Came To Lunch19640126
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Jimmy's family recall when he woke everyone at 5.30am.

The naughty schoolboy is up to more mischief in this special anniversary episode.

The cheeky schoolboy looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From February 1964.

The cheeky schoolboy looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1964.

Cheeky schoolboy Jimmy Clitheroe looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into 'The Clitheroe Kid'. Every week, the Kid's schemes sparked havoc - with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Danny Ross as Alfie, Diana Day as Susan, Deryck Guyler as Mr Holroyd and Tony Melody as Mr Higginbottom.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe.
Pianist: Harry Hayward
Producer: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in February 1964.

Cheeky schoolboy Jimmy Clitheroe looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.

Just 4 feet 3 inches tall, the success of comic entertainer Jimmy Clitheroe (1921-1973) sprang from a BBC Variety Playhouse try-out in the late 1950s. His naughty schoolboy act was a smash and he even wore school uniform during recordings! At its peak, ten million fans were tuning into 'The Clitheroe Kid'. Every week, the Kid's schemes sparked havoc - with the ever present threat of a good spanking from Grandad. The Clitheroe Kid clocked up 16 series in its run from 1956 to 1972.

With Peter Sinclair as Grandfather, Patricia Burke as Mother, Danny Ross as Alfie, Diana Day as Susan, Deryck Guyler as Mr Holroyd and Tony Melody as Mr Higginbottom.

Scripted by James Casey and Frank Roscoe.

Pianist: Harry Hayward

Producer: James Casey

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in February 1964.

The naughty schoolboy from Clitheroe is up to more mischief in this episode from February 1964.

The naughty schoolboy is up to more mischief in this special anniversary episode from February 1964.

0714What's In A Name19640209
0715Back To The Dressing Room19640216
0716The Kid With Nine Lives19640223
0717A Right Roman Holiday19640301
0718Nothing But The Tooth19640308
0719Never Listen To A Teacher19640315
0720Gun Crazy19640322
0801Anyone For Tennis
0802An Actors Life For Me
0803Trouble Through The Looking Glass
0804James - The Little Gentleman19641108
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With Grandad due to inherit money, the schoolboy looks set to go to boarding school.

When Granddad comes into money, the naughty schoolboy is faced with boarding school.

When Granddad comes into money, the naughty schoolboy is faced with boarding school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1964.

Jimmy gets himself into yet another scrape, much to the consternation of his family. First broadcast November 1964.

When Grandad comes into some money, the naughty schoolboy faces being sent to boarding school. From November 1964.

With Grandad due to inherit money, the schoolboy looks set to go to boarding school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1964.

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The cheeky schoolboy causes hospital chaos as he tries to retrieve a key.

The cheeky schoolboy causes hospital chaos as he tries to retrieve a key. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1964.

More classic comedy from Jimmy Clitheroe when he goes to the hospital in search of a key.

More classic comedy from Jimmy Clitheroe when he goes to the hospital in search of a key. From November 1964.

0807James Bond Junior19641129
0808The Kid Makes History1964120620040718 (BBC7)
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Jimmy's in big trouble with his teacher for not doing his homework, so poor Alfie gets dragged in to help.

The naughty schoolboy has to write a story about Hannibal's crossing of the Alps, but he takes poetic licence a bit too far.

The schoolboy's in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie's forced to help.

The schoolboy is in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie is forced to help.

The schoolboy is in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie is forced to help. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1964.

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The schoolboy's in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie's forced to help. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1964.

The schoolboy's in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie's forced to help. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

0809Sing Something Stupid19641213
0810Jim And The Beanstalk19641220
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The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.

Jimmy amazes everyone when he does a good turn for an old lady. From December 1964.

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The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.

0812New Year, Old Trouble19650103
0813One Quiet Day19650110
0814Help It's A Girl19650117
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Jimmy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school with him.

How will the gang in the playground react?

The cheeky schoolboy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school.

The cheeky schoolboy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From January 1965.

Jimmy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school with him. How will the gang in the playground react?

The school boy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school. How will the gang react? From January 1965.

0815It's A Knockout19650124
0816Swimming Against The Tide19650131
0817Up The Totem Pole19650207
0818Follow That Car19650214
0819Clitheroe's Concert Party19650221
0820It's All In The Mind1965022820040801 BT=1200 (BBC7)
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Young Jimmy has to find a venue where his friends, the Black Hand Gang, can meet.

When the sly school boy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery!

When the cheeky schoolboy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery.

When the cheeky schoolboy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

When the cheeky schoolboy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1965.

Young Jimmy has to find a venue where his friends, the Black Hand Gang, can meet. From February 1965.

The young Jimmy is up to his usual tricks again. He needs to find a venue where his Black Hand Gang can meet. From 1965.

When the sly school boy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery! Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1965.

0901Jim And The Headless Piper
0902The Mystery Of The Haggis
0903For My Next Trick....
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The cheeky schoolboy screws up after Alfie finds a cash wad from a boozy stag night.

Some money mysteriously appears in Alfie's pockets and the Sergeant swears vengeance on the 'thief'

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From October 1965.

The cheeky schoolboy screws up after Alfie finds a cash wad from a boozy stag night. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From October 1965.

Some money mysteriously appears in Alfie's pockets and the Sergeant swears vengeance on the 'thief'. From October 1965.

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Jimmy thinks Mr Higginbottom is having an affair and lands him in trouble by telling his usual tall tales.

The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From November 1965.

The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1965.

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0907The Weapons Of Woe19651121
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A swindler is on the loose, so cheeky schoolboy Jimmy and Alfie turn detective.

Jimmy reports a suspect vicar to the police.

After a close encounter with a 'vicar', both cheeky schoolboy Jimmy and Alfie decide to play detectives.

A swindler is on the loose, so cheeky schoolboy Jimmy and Alfie turn detective. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1965.

Jimmy reports a suspect vicar to the police. From December 1965.

After a close encounter with a 'vicar', both cheeky schoolboy Jimmy and Alfie decide to play detectives. From December 1965.

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The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school.

The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

Jimmy sets out to win a few days off school, which means taking part in a poetry competition.

The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1965.

0912It's The Thought That Counts19651226
0913The Sunday I Met Man Friday19660102
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The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge.

Jimmy has to use his best wangling skills to hold on to his newly acquired sledge.

Jimmy has to use his best wangling skills to hold on to his newly acquired sledge. First heard February 1966.

The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From February 1966.

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1002A Storm In A Teacup
1003Forbidden Fruit
1004Follow The Bride
1005What You Lose On The Swings
1006The Ever-loving Neighbour
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Jimmy has an adventure with two pairs of elderly identical twins while making a TV commercial for a brand of tea.

The cheeky schoolboy sees double, when he helps out with a TV commercial.

Starring Jimmy Clitheroe.

From November 1966.

From 1966.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

The cheeky schoolboy sees double when he helps out with a TV commercial. From 1966.

The cheeky schoolboy sees double when he helps out with a TV commercial. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1966.

Jimmy has another adventure... with two pairs of elderly identical twins while making a TV commercial for a brand of tea.

The cheeky schoolboy sees double, when he helps out with a TV commercial. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe. From November 1966.

1008Sales Talk19661120
1009History Is A Thing Of The Past - 119661127
1010The Scent Of Trouble19661204
1011What A Welcome19661211
1012Don't Forget The Carol Singers19661218
1013Christmas Crackers19661225
1014Just A Wee Family Party19670101
1015Wet Behind The Ears19670108
1016Get Me To The Shop On Time19670115
1017The Prize Fool19670122
1018Come Into The Garden Jim19670129
1019Jim's Doggy Bank19670205
1020Nothing Like Music19670212
1021One Day Last Summer19670219
1022No Time For Higginbottom19670226
1023What A Performance19670305
1024The Price Of Silence - Two Bob19670312
1025The Kid From Auntie19670319
1026 LASTBeware Of The Bike19670326
1101Stop Crying, You're On Holiday19671001
1102Beware Of The Neighbour19671008
1103Robbin' Jim And His Merry Men19671015
1103Robin Jim And His Merry Men19671015
1104A Day On The Movie Go Round19671022
1105The Day I Met A Knight19671029
1106Keep Your Gunpowder Dry - Jim19671105
1107Is There A Doctor In The........19671112
1108Why Boys Leave Home19671119
1109The Pianist And His Fiddle19671126
1110Mr Higginbottom - My Best Enemy19671203
1111Have Snake - Will Travel19671210
1111Have Snake Will Travel19671210
1112Right In The Chicken Soup19671217
1113It's A Gift19671224
1113It's A Gift * *19671224
1114Long John Jim19671231
1115Two Crimes Are Better Than One19680107
1116For Love And Money1968011420041010 BT=1200 (BBC7)
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Why is Alfie dressed in Susan's nightgown? What does it have to do with Jimmy Clitheroe?

Why is Alfie dressed in Susan's nightgown?

What does it have to do with Jimmy Clitheroe?

The cheeky schoolboy's attempt to play matchmaker spells disaster for Alfie.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From January 1968.

The cheeky schoolboy's attempt to play matchmaker spells disaster for Alfie. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

Why exactly is Alfie dressed in Susan's nightgown? What does it have to do with Jimmy Clitheroe? First Broadcast January 1968.

Why exactly is Alfie dressed in Susan's nightgown? What does it have to do with Jimmy Clitheroe?

Why is Alfie dressed in Susan's nightgown? What does it have to do with Jimmy Clitheroe? First broadcast in January 1968.

The cheeky schoolboy's attempt to play matchmaker spells disaster for Alfie. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From January 1968.

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1117Ours Is A Nice House Ours Is19680121
1118Alfie Hall The Smuggling Twit19680128
1119Storm In A Fire Bucket19680204
1120No Room At The Table19680211
1201Nothing Like A Holiday
1202The Scottish Invader
1203Who Sold Cock Robin
1204Keep The Bonfire Burning
1205Spots Of Bother1968101020030713 (BBC7)
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The cheeky youngster misses out on a trip to the zoo.

The cheeky youngster misses out on a trip to the zoo, when he's suspected of having contracted measles.

The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles.

Classic comedy with the eternal schoolboy, Jimmy Clitheroe. First Broadcast 10th October 1968.

Classic comedy with the eternal schoolboy, Jimmy Clitheroe. First broadcast October 1968.

The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From October 1968.

1206Do You Suffer From Guitar19681017
1207Two Hundred Not Out19681024
1208Enters The Robbers19681031
1209Stop The Wedding, I Want To Get Off1968120820030720 (BBC7)
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Jimmy is to be a page boy at his auntie's wedding, but is determined not to wear the satin outfit!

Jimmy is to be a page boy at his auntie's wedding, but is horrified to learn that he's got to wear breeches.

The cheeky youngster is due to be a page boy, but he's not keen on his satin outfit.

Jimmy is to be a page boy at his auntie's wedding, but is horrified to learn that he's got to wear breeches. From December 1968.

The cheeky youngster is due to be a page boy, but he's not keen on his satin outfit. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1968.

1210Half Nelson Half Alfie19681215
1210Half Nelson, Half Alfie1968121520041017 BT=1200 (BBC7)
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Jimmy gets some tickets to a wrestling match.

But Mr.

Higginbottom is after him and Jim needs a little help from his friends.

The cheeky schoolboy's off to a wrestling match, but Mr Higginbottom is on his tail.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From December 1968.

Jimmy gets tickets to a wrestling match. But Mr. Higginbottom is after him and Jim needs help from his friends. From Dec 1968.

Jimmy gets some tickets to a wrestling match. But Mr. Higginbottom is after him and Jim needs a little help from his friends.

Jimmy gets tickets to a wrestling match. But Mr Higginbottom is after him and Jim needs help. From December 1968.

Jimmy gets tickets to a wrestling match. But Mr Higginbottom is after him and Jim needs help from his friends. From December 1968.

The cheeky schoolboy's off to a wrestling match, but Mr Higginbottom is on his tail. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From December 1968.

1211Every Dog Has His Christmas Day19681222
1212Chinese Crackers19681229
1213Money For Old Junk19690105
1214Right Off The Target19690112
1215A Love-in Has Been Arranged19690119
1216Anymore For The Moon19690126
1217The One That Couldn't Lose19690202
1218Two Sides To Every Story19690209
1219My Old Man's A Twister19690216
1220The Not-so-good Old Days19690223
1301It's Quicker By Dream
1302Take A Running Walk19690824
1303Answer That Phone!19690831
1304Any More For The Beach1969090720030727 (BBC7)
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The cheeky schoolboy sparks chaos on a family holiday at the seaside. From September 1969.

The cheeky schoolboy sparks chaos on a family holiday at the seaside. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From September 1969.

The cheeky schoolboy sparks chaos on a family holiday at the seaside.

From September 1969.

Naughty schoolboy Jimmy Clitheroe returns with another dose of Clitheroe chaos. From September 1969.

Naughty schoolboy Jimmy returns with another dose of Clitheroe chaos. From September 1969.

1304Anymore For The Beach19690907
1305Private Alfie - General Twit19690914
1306Too Many Decorators19690921
1307Never Believe What You Hear19690928
1308Final Score - One Foul Each19691005
1309It Shouldn't Happen To A Grandad19691012
1310Someone Somewhere Wants A Letter19691019
1311There's Something The Matter With Glasgow19691026
1312Clitheroe's Castle19691102
1313The Kid Who Framed Himself19691109
1314Dr Jekyll And Mr Jim19691116
1315If The Dunces Cap Fits...19691123
1316Tickets For The Punch-up19691130
1317Little Boy - Tall Story19691207
1318Heat The Test-tube And Run19691214
1319The Share-out19691221
1320 LASTOnce Upon A Pantomime19691228
1401Get Well Soon Grandad
1402Grandad For President19700527

Jimmy Clitheroe in Grandad for President Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

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Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

1403Good For Money19700603

Jimmy Clitheroe in Good for Money with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY , TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Diana Day

Unknown: Tony Melody

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Unknown: Colin Edwynn

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

1404The Not-so-artful Dodger19700610

Jimmy Clitheroe in The Not-So-Artful Dodger with PETER SINCLAIR

PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS DIANA DAY, TONY MELODY

BRIAN TRUEMAN , COLIN EDWYNN DAPHNE OXEN FORD

Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOE

Produced by JAMES CASEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Clitheroe

Unknown: Peter Sinclair

Unknown: Patricia Burke

Unknown: Danny Ross

Unknown: Brian Trueman

Unknown: Colin Edwynn

Written By: James Casey

Written By: Frank Roscoe

Produced By: James Casey

1405Not In Front Of The Parrot19700617
1406Out Of The Mouths Of Puppies19700624
1407A Funny Thing Happened At The Fair *1970062820040104 (BBC7)
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Jimmy has to find someone to take him to the fair as he has been caught spying on Susan and Alfie.

AKA "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Fair"

Jimmy has to find someone to take him to the fair as he's been caught spying on Susan and Alfie.

Anxious to get to the fairground, the cheeky schoolboy sparks a chain of catastrophes.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

From June 1970.

1408All At Sea With A Sailor1970070519700708
1409A Slight Case Of Whisky19700712
1410Seated One Day At The Movies19700719
1411Once More Into The Vicarage19700726
1412A Right Son Of A Gun19700802
1413There Was A Farmer, A Scottish Farmer19700809
1414Keep Jim Off The Road19700816
1415The Best Of Birthday Luck1970082320040111 (BBC7)
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There is a mix-up over birthday presents, so there's lots of shopping for Jimmy to do.

There's a mix up over birthday presents so there's lots of shopping for Jimmy to do.

The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family.

From August 1970.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family. From August 1970.

The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From August 1970.

1416Taken To The Cleaners19700830
1417James - The Modest Hero19700906
1418No Licence For Jim19700913
1419A Touch Of Competition Fever19700920
1420 LASTFor Singing Out Loud19700927
1501All I Want Is A Room Somewhere
1502Don't Shout, I'm Only Acting
1503Go West Old Man19710418
1504Once Upon A Cup-tie19710425
1505Jobs For The Ladies19710502
1506Tennis Just Isn't Cricket19710509
1507Whatever Happened To Grandad19710516
1508History Is A Thing Of The Past19710523
1508History Is A Thing Of The Past - 219710523
1509Is There A Boss In The House19710530
1510In At The Deep End19710606
1511Licked By A Stamp19710613
1512Gone Fishing19710620
1513Thinking About A Holiday19710627
1513 LASTThinking About A Holiday19710627
1601My Great Aunt's Great19720521
1602Why Mothers Leave Home19720528
1603The Day The Fun Fair Hit Town19720604
1604If You Can't Keep A Secret Sell It19720611
1605The Swiss Family Clitheroe19720618
1606The Romantic Higginbottoms19720625
1607Why Must The Show Go On19720702
1608A Letter From America - For Grandad19720709
1608A Letter From America For Grandad19720709
1609A Far Far Better School I Go To19720716
1609A Far, Far Better School I Go To1972071620040118 (BBC7)
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Has Jimmy Clitheroe come into some money? £5,000 to be exact.

From July 1972.

Has Jimmy come into some money? Jimmy discovers the money may be used to send him to a posh boarding school.

When Grandad comes into some money, a crafty plan is hatched for the cheeky schoolboy.

Stars Jimmy Clitheroe.

When Grandad comes into some money, a crafty plan is hatched for the cheeky schoolboy. Stars Jimmy Clitheroe. From July 1972.

Has Jimmy come into some money? Five-thousand pounds worth to be exact. From July 1972.

Has Jimmy Clitheroe come into some money? £5,000 to be exact. From July 1972.

1610Money For Old Gold19720723
1611Enough To Make A Kitten Laugh19720730
1612Where's The Stage And What's The Play19720806
1613What's The Welsh For Trouble19720813
1613What's The Welsh For Trouble?19720813
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