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Frankie Howerd is commissioned by ‘steam radio’ to serialise his memoirs.

Ably assisted by June Whitfield, Bob Todd, Geoffrey Beevers and John Samson, Francis titters and teeters through his eventful life and illustrious career, from soup to nuts. Ooh! No! Missus…

Written by David McKellar and David Nobbs.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1973.

The King of Titters shares some surprising excerpts from his illustrious memoirs.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.

The comedian entertains with the help of some special guests

02021973061720200402 (BBC7)

Stand-up and sketches from the legendary boss of big titters.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.

The comedian entertains with the help of some special guests

02031973062420200409 (BBC7)

Frankie continues his reminiscences by looking back at his old jobs and his time in Malaya.

Ably assisted by June Whitfield, Bob Todd, Geoffrey Beevers and John Samson, Francis titters and teeters through his eventful life and illustrious career.

Written by David McKellar and David Nobbs.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast in BBC Radio 2 in June 1973.

Frankie continues his memoirs by looking back at his old jobs and his time in Malaya.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.

02041973070120200416 (BBC7)

Frankie Howerd is commissioned by ‘steam radio’ to serialise his memoirs.

Ably assisted by June Whitfield and Ray Fell, Francis titters and teeters through his eventful life and illustrious career.

Written by David McKellar and David Nobbs.

Music from the Bill McGuffie Quartet.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast in BBC Radio 2 in July 1973.

Frankie is accused of being a spy, gets hypnotised and joins a local literary group.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.

02051973070820200423 (BBC7)

Frankie borrows a little black book and works with a forgetful actress.

Ably assisted by June Whitfield and Ray Fell, Francis titters and teeters through his eventful life and illustrious career as he writes his memoirs.
Written by David McKellar and David Nobbs.

Music from the Bill McGuffie Quartet.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast in BBC Radio 2 in July 1973.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.

02061973071520200430 (BBC7)

The King of Titters goes for a medical and recalls ‘special’ lessons he learned in London's Soho.

Ably assisted by June Whitfield and Ray Fell, Francis titters and teeters through his eventful life and illustrious career as he writes his memoirs.

Written by David McKellar and David Nobbs.

Music from the Bill McGuffie Quartet.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast in BBC Radio 2 in July 1973.

Frankie goes for a medical and recalls \u2018special' lessons he learned in Soho.

The legendary King of Titters entertains.