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Famous People are Turning into Animals. Vintage comedy. It's the state visit of King Gruntfuttock of Peasmoldia. Kenneth Horne provides security.

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Kenneth Horne holds tightly to the reins as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee riot! From April 1965.

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More surprises for Kenneth Horne and chums - thanks to some threatening letters! From May 1968.

20081219 (BBC7)

The BBC's lambasted by the censors.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick.

From March 1965.

The Clissold Saga. Part Four: Another fully restored edition of the comedy classic, featuring: The Censors in 'The Backroom Boys of the BBC'. From March 1965.

The Clissold Saga. Part Four: Another fully restored edition of the comedy classic, featuring: The Censors in 'The Backroom boys of the BBC'. From March 1965.

The Clissold Saga. Part Four: Another restored edition of the comedy classic, featuring: The Censors in 'The Backroom boys of the BBC'. From March 1965.

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The Palone Ranger (Worldwide Edition)

'Hi Ho Sylvia!' The Palone Ranger rides in to join Kenneth and co. Plus secrets of the BBC revealed! First broadcast in 1967. Episode 19 of 20.

Who Killed the Amazing Proudbasket? Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee run riot!

Who Killed the Amazing Proudbasket? Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee run riot!

Who Killed the Amazing Proudbasket? Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee run riot!

19900507

07 May 1990

Producer: S. SMITH

Next in series: 25 December 1991

Previous in series: 28 December 1987

Description

Copyright and performance fee An episode of the classic comedy series, originally broadcast in 1967. Stars Kenneth Horne, Hugh Paddick, Kenneth Williams, Bill Pertwee and Betty Marsden with announcer, Douglas Smith. Music from Edwin Braden and The Hornblowers.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 May 1990 12:04-12:30 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Kenneth Williams (Actor)

Bill Pertwee (Actor)

Hugh Paddick (Actor)

Kenneth Horne (Actor)

Betty Marsden (Actor)

Douglas Smith (ann)

Barry Took (Author)

Marty Feldman (Author)

Edwin Braden (cond)

Sarah Smith (Producer)

John Simmonds (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-30.

19911225

Producer: R. EDIS

Next in series: 04 January 1992

Previous in series: 07 May 1990

Description

Copyright and performance fee A special Christmas edition of the classic comedy series, originally broadcast in 1967. Stars Kenneth Horne, Hugh Paddick, Kenneth Williams and Betty Marsden. With music by The Max Harris Group.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

25 Dec 1991 13:30-14:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Kenneth Williams (Actor)

Hugh Paddick (Actor)

Kenneth Horne (Actor)

Betty Marsden (Actor)

Douglas Smith (ann)

Barry Took (Author)

Brian Cooke (Author)

Johnnie Mortimer (Author)

Richard Edis (Producer)

John Simmonds (Producer)

Recorded on 1991-11-12

20070930

Round the Horne is one of the classic BBC radio comedies. Radio 2 was only a few months old when it broadcast series four of the show. This edition, Frankenstein's Monster, was first broadcast on 10 March 1968.

Round the Horne is one of the classic BBC radio comedies.

Radio 2 was only a few months old when it broadcast series four of the show.

This edition, Frankenstein's Monster, was first broadcast on 10 March 1968.

"the Muffplaster Saga, Part 3. The Bullfighter"

Kenneth and co are heading off to a Spanish bullring, while Julian and Sandy plot their very own Bona TV service!

Ken and co are heading off to a Spanish bullring, while Julian and Sandy plot their very own Bona TV service!

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A listener doorstep survey of BBC radio habits - and 'Edwin Braden is Missing'.

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Who is waiting for Prince Charming to come calling? Vintage comedy with Kenneth Horne and the gang. First heard December 1967.

Who is waiting for Prince Charming to come calling? Stars Kenneth Horne. From Dec 1967.

Baron Hardup's daughters battle to go to Prince Charming's ball. Stars Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From December 1967.

Baron Hardup's daughters battle to go to Prince Charming's ball. From December 1967.

Dr Fou Man Chou En Ginsberg

A deadly rival returns in another fullest restored edition of the comedy favourite starring Kenneth and co. From May 1966.

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A deadly rival returns in another edition of the comedy favourite, starring Kenneth and Co. From May 1966.

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starring Kenneth Home

Sunday's broadcast

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Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with Kenneth Williams

Hugh Paddick , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE Max Harris Group

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by John Simmonds

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Written by Barry Took , Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with Kenneth Williams

HUGH Paddick , BETTY Marsden

Music by THE MAX Harris Group

Announcer, Douglas SMITH

Produced by JOHN Simmonds

Sunday's broadcast

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Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Horne with KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGH PADDICK , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, Douglas SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Horne with KENNETH WILLIAMS , HUGH PADDICK and BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Sunday's broadcast

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Written by Barry Took , Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with KENNETH WILLIAMS , HUGH PADDICK and BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

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Written by Barry Took , Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGH PADDICK , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Sunday's broadcast

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Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Horne with KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGH Paddick , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Repeated: Mon., 8.45 p.m.

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starring Kenneth Horne

Sunday's broadcast

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For details see Monday, 8.45 p.m.

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Written by Barry Took , Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home

With KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGH PADDICK , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Sunday's broadcast

Genome: [r3 Bd=19680519]

Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGH PADDICK , BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Repeated: Mon., 8.45 p.m.

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Written by Barry Took Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home with KENNETH WILLIAMS , HUGE PADDICK and BETTY MARSDEN

Music by THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Sunday's broadcast

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starring Kenneth Horne

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Written by Barry Took , Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke starring Kenneth Home

With KENNETH WILLIAMS

HUGS PADDICK, BETTY MARSDEN

Musicby THE MAX HARRIS GROUP Announcer, DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Sunday's broadcast

Genome: [r4 Bd=19701219]

the Home

Written by BARRY TOOK. JOHNNIE MORTIMER and BRIAN COOKE starring Kenneth Horne with Kenneth Williams

and Hugh Paddlck and BETTY MARSDEN

THE MAX HARRIS GROUP

Announcer DOUGLAS SMITH

Produced by JOHN SIMMONDS

Contributors

Written By: Barry Took.

Written By: Johnnie Mortimer

Written By: Brian Cooke

Unknown: Kenneth Horne

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

Unknown: Hugh Paddlck

Unknown: Betty Marsden

Produced By: John Simmonds

How The Bulletproof Vest Was Won20070425 BT=0800 (BBC7)
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Classic comedy starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and co. First broadcast in March 1967.

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Kenneth Horne holds tightly to the reins as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee riot! From April 1965.

Kenneth Horne holds the reins as Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee run riot! From April 1965.

The Clissold Saga. Part One

Hear how it all started going round, in Kenneth and company's first ever programme! First heard in March 1965.

The Muff Plaster Saga, Part 1 The Discovery Of America

Guided tripettes of London are on offer from Julian and Sandy. Kenneth and co present more bona comedy from 1967.

The Muffplaster Saga, Part 1. The Discovery Of America

Guided tripettes of London are on offer from Julian and Sandy. More bona comedy from 1967.

The Muffplaster Saga, Part 2 - The Boxer

Mr Horne's taking a seaside break in Bogmouth at the Bona Guest House. More comedy helpings from 1967.

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Guided tripettes of London are on offer from Julian and Sandy. Comedy from 1967.

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Kenneth and co head to a Spanish bullring, while Julian and Sandy plot their own Bona TV service.

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Mr Horne takes a seaside break in Bogmouth at the Bona Guest House. More comedy helpings served up by Kenneth and co from 1967.

The Palone Ranger (worldwide Edition)20070801 (BBC7)

'Hi Ho Sylvia!' The Palone Ranger rides in to join Kenneth and co.

Plus secrets of the BBC revealed! First broadcast in 1967.

Episode 19 of 20.

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'Mr Horne' is D'Artagnan as the team put The Three Musketeers to the comic sword. From July 1967.

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Julian and Sandy are all at sea in this edition of the comedy favourite. First broadcast in 1967.

The Three Musketeers, Part I

Mr Horne is D'Artagnan as the team put The Three Musketeers to the comic sword. From February 1967.

The Three Musketeers. Part 2

Julian and Sandy are all at sea in this edition of the comedy favourite. First broadcast in 1967.

17The Muffplaster Saga, Part Two The Boxer

Mr Horne's taking a seaside break in Bogmouth at the Bona Guest House. Episode 17 of 20.

18The Muffplaster Saga, Part Three The Bullfighter

Kenneth and Co go to a Spanish bullring, while Julian and Sandy are plotting their own Bona TV service. Episode 18 of 20.

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Hear how it all started going round, in Kenneth and company's first ever programme! First heard in March 1965.

Hear how it all started going round, in Kenneth and co's first ever programme! First broadcast March 1965.

The debut episode of the BBC Radio comedy, with Kenneth Horne.

The debut episode of the BBC Radio comedy, with Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick.

From March 1965.

The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets.

Kenneth Horne's debut show featuring the BBC's Backroom Boys and The Clissold Saga.

With Kenneth Williams.

Kenneth Horne's debut show featuring the BBC's Backroom Boys and The Clissold Saga. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1965.

The bona beginnings of one of the BBC's most popular comedies. The story so far, the BBC's Backroom Boys and part one of The Clissold Saga.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

Kenneth Horne's series debut with the BBC backroom boys.

The bona beginnings of one of the BBC's most popular comedies. The story so far, the BBC's Backroom Boys and part one of The Clissold Saga.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

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The debut episode of the BBC Radio comedy, with Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From March 1965.

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A fully restored episode with Kenneth Horne and the gang.

First broadcast March 1965.

Star-studded rubbish in this fully restored episode with Kenneth Horne and the gang.

The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Betty Marsden.

From March 1965.

The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets.

Kenneth Horne gets secrets from the BBC backroom boys - and more in The Clissold Saga.

With Kenneth Williams.

The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets. From March 1965.

Kenneth Horne gets secrets from the BBC backroom boys - and more in The Clissold Saga. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1965.

Kenneth Horne gets secrets from the BBC backroom boys, and more from the Clissold Saga.

Kenneth Horne gets secrets from the BBC backroom boys, and more from the Clissold Saga. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1965.

Kenneth Horne's secrets from the BBC backroom boys and continuing 'The Clissold Saga'.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

A fully restored episode with Kenneth Horne and the gang. First broadcast March 1965.

Star-studded rubbish in this fully restored episode with Kenneth Horne and the gang. First broadcast March 1965.

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A grand old dame of showbiz recalls her past with a pantomime horse.

Kenneth Horne meets BBC sound effects men and a pantomime horse in The Clissold Saga.

With Betty Marsden.

From March 1965.

Kenneth Horne meets BBC sound effects men and a pantomime horse in The Clissold Saga. With Betty Marsden. From March 1965.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

Kenneth Horne meets BBC Sound Effects men - and a pantomime horse in The Clissold Saga.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

A grand old dame of showbiz recalls her past with a pantomime horse. Stars Kenneth Horne.

The grand old dame of showbiz recalls her past with a pantomime horse, first heard in March 1965.

The grand old dame of showbiz recalls her past with a pantomime horse in this fully restored episode.

The grand old dame of showbiz recalls her past with a pantomime horse in this fully restored episode. Episode 3 of 16.

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Another fully restored edition of the comedy classic.

This week's 'Backroom boys of the BBC' are the censors.

Another fully restored edition of the comedy classic, featuring: The Censors in 'The Backroom Boys of the BBC'.

Another restored edition of the comedy classic, featuring: The Censors in 'The Backroom boys of the BBC'.

From March 1965.

The BBC's lambasted by the censors.

Censors lambast the BBC, and a cursed tomb in The Clissold Saga.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick.

Censors lambast the BBC, and a cursed tomb in The Clissold Saga. Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From March 1965.

The BBC is lambasted by the censors, and a cursed tomb in The Clissold Saga.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

Censors lambast the BBC - and a cursed tomb in 'The Clissold Saga'.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1965.

Another fully restored edition of the comedy classic. This week's 'Backroom boys of the BBC' are the Censors.

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Gruntfuttock's up for a job, but who is the father of the CHRISTMAS Pudding?

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job.

From April 1965.

Stars Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job. From April 1965.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job. Stars Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From April 1965.

Saluting a puddings inventor, and Gruntfuttock is after a BBC job.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a job at the BBC.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a job at the BBC.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

Gruntfuttock's up for a job, but who is the father of the Christmas Pudding? Classic Kenneth Horne from April 1965.

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Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro. From April 1965.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From April 1965.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro courtesy of Julian and his friend Sandy.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro courtesy of Julian and his friend Sandy.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

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Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee run riot!

A listener doorstep survey of BBC radio habits - and 'Edwin Braden is Missing'.

Captain Horne tackles a tricky case as 'Edwin Braden Is Missing'. With Kenneth Williams.

Captain Horne tackles a tricky case as 'Edwin Braden Is Missing'. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From April 1965.

Captain Horne tackles a tricky case in 'Edwin Braden Is Missing'.

Captain Horne tackles a tricky case in 'Edwin Braden Is Missing'. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From April 1965.

A listener doorstep survey of BBC radio habits - and 'Edwin Braden is Missing'. Starring Kenneth Horne. From April 1965.

Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee run riot. First heard in 1965.

The Backroom Boys of the BBC - and Captain Horne tackles a tricky case as that 'Edwin Braden is Missing'.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

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Gruntfuttock wants to be a star, it's all Greek to Julian and Sandy and there are sneaky doings at the circus.

It's all Greek to Julian and Sandy, plus dastardly circus doings.

Who Killed the Amazing Proudbasket?' - and Kenneth Horne trolls round to 'Bona Tours'.

With Kenneth Williams.

From April 1965.

Who Killed the Amazing Proudbasket?' - and Kenneth Horne trolls round to 'Bona Tours'. With Kenneth Williams. From April 1965.

Who killed the Amazing Proudbasket? And Kenneth Horne trolls round to Bona Tours. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From April 1965.

Kenneth Horne holds the reigns as Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee run riot! From April 1965.

Gruntfuttock wants to be a star, it's all Greek to Julian and Sandy and there are sneaky doings at the circus. Apr '65.

It's all Greek to Julian and Sandy, plus dastardly circus doings. From April 1965.

'Who killed the Amazing Proudbasket?' Plus Kenneth Horne trolls round to Bona Tours.

Who killed the Amazing Proudbasket? And Kenneth Horne trolls round to 'Bona Tours' - courtesy of Julian and Sandy.

Starring Kenneth Horne.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round the Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.
Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1965.

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Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Jon Pertwee.

Kenneth Horne's trailing a famous double-agent, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant.

With Kenneth Williams.

From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne trails a famous spy with a cold, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant.

Kenneth Horne trails a famous spy with a cold, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne is trailing a famous spy with a cold, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne is trailing a famous spy with a cold, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant.

Kenneth Horne's trailing a famous double-agent, plus Julian and Sandy's Bona Bouffant.

Vintage comedy from April 1965. Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Jon Pertwee.

Kenneth Horne holds the reigns on Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and Bill Pertwee. First heard May 1965.

Kenneth Horne trails 'The Spy Who Came With A Cold' and pops round for a trim from riah shushers, Julian and Sandy at Bona Bouffant.

Starring Kenneth Horne. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London.

Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

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Master Spy Kenneth Horne probes why Wilfred Pickles is barking.

Plus bona home-styling with Julian and Sandy.

Vintage comedy.

It's the state visit of King Gruntfuttock of Peasmoldia.

Kenneth Horne provides security.

Master Spy Kenneth Horne probes why Wilfred Pickles is barking. Plus Bona home-styling from Julian and his friend Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

Master spy Kenneth Horne probes why Wilfred Pickles is barking. From May 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

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Hear ye! It's the May 1965 state visit of King Gruntfuttock of Peasmoldia! Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, provides the security.

It's Bona Homes from Julian and Sandy, plus a tuneful Rambling Sid Rumpo.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy battles for Britain - and Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy battles for Britain - and Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Master spy Kenneth Horne battles for Britain, plus Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy.

Master spy Kenneth Horne battles for Britain, plus Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Master spy Kenneth Horne is in action, plus a tuneful Rambling Sid Rumpo. Written by Barry Took and Marty Feldman. From 1965.

First broadcast on 16th May 1965. With Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

It's Bona Homes from Julian and Sandy, plus a tuneful Rambling Sid Rumpo. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy battles for Britain - and Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

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Master spy Kenneth Horne probes a robot plot, while Julian and Sandy tackle his patio.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy probes a robot plot, while Julian and Sandy tackle his patio courtesy of Bona Homes and Fabe Gardens.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

Vintage comedy from May 1965.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Transcription services version - so topical jokes removed.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy probes a robot plot, and Julian and Sandy tackle his patio.

Master spy Kenneth Horne probes a robot plot, while Julian and Sandy tackle his patio. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy probes a robot plot, and Julian and Sandy tackle his patio. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Vintage comedy from May 1965. Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

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Special agent Horne investigates the loss of the Eiffel Tower - including a Rumpo song and some bona pets!

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, arrives in Paris, and Julian and Sandy offer some bona pets.Kenneth Horne, Master Spy gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some Bona Pets.

Master spy Kenneth Horne gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some Bona Pets.

Master spy Kenneth Horne gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some Bona Pets. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne Master Spy gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some animal advice at their new shop in Chelsea, Bona Pets. Rambling Sid Rumpo sings a special song of Cornwall.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some Bona Pets. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1965.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy gets an Eiffel, while Julian and Sandy offer some Bona Pets.

Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, arrives in Paris, and Julian and Sandy offer some bona pets.

Vintage comedy. Special agent Horne investigates the loss of the Eiffel Tower. First broadcast in May 1965.

More laughs galore from Kenneth and co - including a Rumpo song and some bona pets! From June 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Kenneth Horne Master Spy gets an Eiffel while Julian and Sandy offer some animal advice at their new shop in Chelsea, Bona Pets. Rambling Sid Rumpo sings a special song of Cornwall.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1965.

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The BBC is overrun by pirates, in this fully-restored version from June 1965.

The BBC has been overrun by pirates, in this fully-restored version from June 1965.

Broadcast: 6th June 1965

Recorded: 27th May 1965

Previous Issue: 5:2

Holding: T81157

This weeks programmes on BBC1

The story so far - Stalag 15

Last weeks quiz answers

Fidel Gruntfuttock

Kenneth Horne, Special Agent - Pirate Radio

The Fraser Hayes Four - It's A Lovely Day Today

Trends - The cinema, extract from the Glass Intermezzo

Rambling Syd Rumpo - Another Sea Shanty

Studio Bona

Limerick competition.

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC.

From June 1965.

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC, and Kenneth Williams throws a hissy fit.

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC, and Kenneth Williams throws a hissy fit. From June 1965.

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC. From June 1965.

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC, while Kenneth Williams throws a hissy fit. How sure are Binkie Huckaback and Dame Celia Molestrangler about their latest movie revival? And at the Studio Bona, is Mr Horne up to flexing his deltoids for photographers Julian and Sandy?

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Special agent Kenneth Horne probes a pirate invasion of the BBC, while Kenneth Williams throws a hissy fit. How sure are Binkie Huckaback and Dame Celia Molestrangler about their latest movie revival? And at the Studio Bona, is Mr Horne up to flexing his deltoids for photographers Julian and Sandy?

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1965.

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Kenneth Williams is feeling very unloved in this fully restored edition.

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles.

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles and Kenneth Williams feels very unloved.

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles and Kenneth Williams feels very unloved. From June 1965.

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles. From June 1965.

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles in Haiti, Fiona and Charles are very glad, Julian and Sandy are selling Bona Seats - and Kenneth Williams is feeling very unloved by the rest of the show's team.

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1965.

Kenneth Williams is feeling very unloved in this fully restored edition. First heard June 1965.

Kenneth Williams is feeling very unloved in this fully-restored version from June 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Special agent Kenneth Horne investigates sinister giant milk bottles in Haiti, Fiona and Charles are very glad, Julian and Sandy are selling Bona Seats - and Kenneth Williams is feeling very unloved by the rest of the show's team.

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1965.

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Kenneth Horne spies cosmic traffic wardens, plus bona melodramas with Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne spies cosmic traffic wardens, plus bona melodramas with Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From June 1965.

Kenneth Horne spies cosmic traffic wardens, plus bona melodramas with Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From June 1965.

Kenneth Horne, master spy, is on the trail of some cosmic traffic wardens in this restored version.

Kenneth Horne, master spy, is on the case of some cosmic Traffic Wardens in this fully restored version. From June 1965.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Kenneth Horne spies cosmic traffic wardens, Charles and Fiona are losing their grip, plus melodramas galore at Bona Productions thanks to Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1965.

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Aka Big Ben Is Stolen.

Big Ben has been stolen and Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, is on the case.

Big Ben's missing, so Kenneth Horne gets spying and Julian and Sandy open a bona boutique.

Big Ben is missing so Kenneth Horne gets spying, and Julian and Sandy open a bona boutique

Big Ben is missing so Kenneth Horne gets spying, while Julian and Sandy open a bona boutique. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From March 1966.

Big Ben's missing, so Kenneth Horne gets spying and Julian and Sandy open a bona boutique. With Hugh Paddick. From March 1966.

Big Ben has been stolen and Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, is on the case. First broadcast in March 1966.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Big Ben's missing, so Kenneth Horne gets spying - and Julian and Sandy open a bona boutique.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

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Kenneth Horne, Master Spy, is on the case of the elusive bell in this restored edition, which was first heard in March 1966.

Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander boggling, plus a visit to Julian and Sandy's Bona Books.

Stars Kenneth Horne.

Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander boggling - and Kenneth Horne drops in on Bona Books.

With Kenneth Williams.

From March 1966.

Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander-boggling, while Kenneth Horne drops in on Bona Books.

Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander-boggling, while Kenneth Horne drops in on Bona Books. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From March 1966.

Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of gander-boggling, and Kenneth Horne trolls round to Bona Books to let Julian and Sandy varda his new manuscript.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander boggling - and Kenneth Horne drops in on Bona Books. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1966.

Another fully restored episode from series 2 - starring Kenneth and co. First heard 20/03/1966.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of gander-boggling, and Kenneth Horne trolls round to Bona Books to let Julian and Sandy vada his new manuscript.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.
Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

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Another fully restored episode from series two - starring Kenneth and co.

Kenneth Horne spies an escaped war criminal and a bona tattoo from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams.

From March 1966.

Kenneth Horne spies an escaped war criminal and gets a bona tattoo from Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne spies on an escaped war criminal and gets a bona tattoo from Julian and Sandy.

Master Spy Kenneth Horne is on the trail of an escaped war criminal in Tel Aviv, and whips his shirt off for Julian and Sandy to get a Bona Tattoo.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

Kenneth Horne spies an escaped war criminal and a bona tattoo from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1966.

Kenneth Horne spies on an escaped war criminal and gets a bona tattoo from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From March 1966.

Another fully restored episode from Series 2 - starring Kenneth and co.

Kenneth Horne spies on an escaped war criminal and gets a tattoo from Julian and Sandy.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Master Spy Kenneth Horne is on the trail of an escaped war criminal in Tel Aviv, and whips his shirt off for Julian and Sandy to get a Bona Tattoo.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

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The World Cup's gone missing! MI5's Disguise Department run by Julian and Sandy provide a bona disguise for Master Spy Kenneth Horne.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

In a bona disguise, master spy Kenneth Horne trails the missing World Cup.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

The World Cup's gone missing! MI5's Disguise Department run by Julian and Sandy provide a bona disguise for Master Spy Kenneth Horne.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1966.

0205The Nuclear Banana1966041020050601 (BBC7)
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Kenneth and co star in another restored edition of the much loved comedy favourite.

From April 1966.

Kenneth Horne spies a nuclear banana and Kenneth Williams throws a tantrum over the script

Kenneth Horne spies a nuclear banana and Kenneth Williams throws a tantrum over the show's script.

Master Spy Kenneth Horne's on the case of a remote-control guided nuclear banana - and Kenneth Williams throws a fresh tantrum over the show's script.

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

Kenneth Horne spies a nuclear banana and Kenneth Williams throws a tantrum over the show's script. From April 1966.

Kenneth and co star in another restored edition of the much loved comedy favourite. From April 1966.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Master Spy Kenneth Horne's on the case of a remote-control guided nuclear banana - and Kenneth Williams throws a fresh tantrum over the show's script.

With Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

0206The Joke Thief1966041720070131 (BBC7)
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Kenneth Horne spies a joke thief and Barbara Cartload joins 'The Seamus Android Show'.

Kenneth Horne spies a joke thief, while Barbara Cartload joins The Seamus Android Show.

Kenneth Horne spies a joke thief, while Barbara Cartload joins The Seamus Android Show. With Kenneth Williams and Betty Marsden. From April 1966.

Master Spy Kenneth Horne is on the star-studded trail of Doddy's joke thief, while Michael Bain and Barbara Cartload are on 'The Seamus Android Show'.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

More comedy in this fully restored edition from the second series - starring Kenneth and co.

More comedy in this fully restored edition from series two, starring Kenneth and Co.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Master Spy Kenneth Horne is on the star-studded trail of Doddy's joke thief, while Michael Bain and Barbara Cartload are on 'The Seamus Android Show'.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

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'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'.

From April 1966.

A special musical comedy extravaganza: 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'.

Starring Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams.

It's a special musical comedy extravaganza - 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'.

It's a special musical comedy extravaganza - 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. Starring Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From April 1966.

'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. a special musical comedy extravaganza in a spoof eulogy for a TV screen doctor.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

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A special musical comedy extravaganza: 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. Starring Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From April 1966.

'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. From April 1966.

It's a special musical comedy extravaganza - 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'.

'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. a special musical comedy extravaganza in a spoof eulogy for a TV screen doctor.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

It's a special musical comedy extravaganza - 'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. Starring Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From April 1966.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

'Dr McKinlay's Scrapbook'. a special musical comedy extravaganza in a spoof eulogy for a TV screen doctor.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.
Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.
Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1966.

Kenneth and company perform a specially written comic musical in another of the restored editions from Series 2.

Kenneth and co perform a specially written comic musical in another of the restored editions from the second series.

0208The Giant Mouse1966050120050622 (BBC7)
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Kenneth Horne is on the mystery trail of a giant mouse - and down the end of the pier, it's the amazing Gruntfuttock and Julian and Sandy being telepathic.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

Kenneth Horne trails a giant mouse and Julian and Sandy are feeling telepathic. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1966.

Kenneth Horne trails a giant mouse and Julian and Sandy are feeling telepathic. From 1966.

Kenneth Horne trails a giant mouse, while Julian and Sandy are feeling telepathic. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From May 1966.

Kenneth and co. star in another restored edition of the comedy favourite.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Kenneth Horne is on the mystery trail of a giant mouse - and down the end of the pier, it's the amazing Gruntfuttock and Julian and Sandy being telepathic.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

0209The Curse Of The Black Stumps1966050820070221 (BBC7)
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Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in The Curse of the Blackstumps, plus a very bona ballet.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in 'The Curse of the Blackstumps', while Julian and Sandy don tights for a very Bona Ballet

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee. Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.
Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in 'The Curse of the Blackstumps', plus a very bona ballet. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1966.

Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in 'The Curse of the Blackstumps', while Julian and Sandy don tights for a very Bona Ballet

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee. Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in The Curse of the Blackstumps, plus a very bona ballet. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1966.

Another restored episode from 1966. Starring Kenneth and co.

Another restored episode from May 1966 starring Kenneth Horne and co.

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Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in 'The Curse of the Blackstumps', plus a very bona ballet.

Dark doings for Kenneth Horne in The Curse of the Blackstumps, plus a very bona ballet. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1966.

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Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', plus a bout of bona wrestling.

Kenneth Horne and chums ensure that you'll never read Oscar Wilde in the same way again.

Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', and a bout of bona wrestling

Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', plus a bout of bona wrestling. With Hugh Paddick and Kenneth Williams. From May 1966.

Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', plus a bout of bona wrestling for Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', plus a bout of bona wrestling. With Hugh Paddick. From May 1966.

Another restored episode from May 1966. Starring Kenneth and co.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

Suspense in Kenneth Horne's 'The Portrait of Florian Thrust', plus a bout of bona wrestling for Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds
First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

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Jessica has to escape her evil new husband.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Horne discovers how to compose a pop song.

It's Kenneth Horne to the rescue in 'The Gaylords', plus bona beats from Julian and Sandy.

It's Kenneth Horne to the rescue in The Gaylords, plus bona beats from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1966.

It's Kenneth Horne to the rescue in 'The Gaylords', a tune from Rambling Syd Rumpo, plus Julian and Sandy get all musical in Bona Beats.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

It's Kenneth Horne to the rescue in 'The Gaylords', plus bona beats from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1966.

Jessica has to escape her evil new husband. Meanwhile, Kenneth Horne discovers how to compose a pop song.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

It's Kenneth Horne to the rescue in 'The Gaylords', a tune from Rambling Syd Rumpo, plus Julian and Sandy get all musical in Bona Beats.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

0212Dr Fu Man Chou En Ginsberg1966052920040421 (BBC7)
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A deadly doctor returns and celebrity wannabe Kenneth Horne gets some bona advice.

A deadly doctor returns, and celebrity wannabe Kenneth Horne gets some bona advice. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From May 1966.

A deadly doctor returns, Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of courting, while celebrity wannabe Kenneth Horne gets some bona advice from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

A deadly doctor returns and celebrity wannabe Kenneth Horne gets some bona advice. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1966.

A deadly rival returns in another edition of the comedy favourite, starring Kenneth and Co. From May 1966.

Classic comedy series starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick

A deadly doctor returns, Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of courting, while celebrity wannabe Kenneth Horne gets some bona advice from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

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Sea-bound drama with Moby Duck, and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG.

Sea bound drama with Moby Duck and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG courtesy of Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

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Kenneth Horne's Theatre of Suspense presents Moby Duck and Syd Rumpo's Rambling.

Sea bound drama with Moby Duck and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG.

Sea-bound drama with Moby Duck, and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG. With Kenneth Williams. From June 1966.

Sea-bound drama with Moby Duck, and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From June 1966.

Another restored edition rounding off series two. Starring Kenneth Horne and co.

Another restored edition rounding off Series 2. Starring Kenneth Horne and co.

Sea bound drama with Moby Duck and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG courtesy of Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

Music by Edwin Braden and the Hornblowers and The Fraser Hayes Four.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1966.

0299The Man With The Golden Thunderball - Transcription Services Version1966062220031231 (BBC7)
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Vintage comedy from May 1965.

Starring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee.

Transcription services version - so topical jokes removed.

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Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Douglas Smith go round without poorly Kenneth Horne. From Christmas Day 1966.

Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden go round without poorly Kenneth Horne.

Kenneth Williams and company have to go round without an indisposed Kenneth Horne in this 1966 Christmas Day edition.

0301The Plastic Max19670212
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0304Lipharvest Of The River19670305
0305How The Bullet Proof Vest Was Won19670312
0306Trilby19670319
0307The Admirable Loombucket - The Sea Cruise19670326
0308The Admirable Loombucket - The Lost Island Of Gonga19670402
0309The Gruntfuttock Saga19670409
0310Gaslight Son Of Flicker19670416
0311The Phantom Of Bogmouth Hip19670423
0312A Man Is Two Foot Tall19670430
0313Young Horne With A Man19670507
0314The Maltese Brass Monkey19670514
0315The Big Top19670521
0316The Muffplaster Saga - 1 The Discovery Of America19670528
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0317The Muffplaster Saga - 2 The Boxer19670611
0318The Muffplaster Saga - 3 The Bullfighter19670618
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0319The Palone Ranger19670618
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0320 LASTThe Head Of The Bbc Who Came In From The Cold19670625
03XMASCinderfella19671224
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Kenneth Horne has to deal with Kenneth Williams in high dudgeon, as well as a cowboy Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne is a doctor who talks to animals, while Julian and Sandy troll west.

With Kenneth Williams.

From February 1968.

Kenneth Horne is a doctor who talks to animals, while Julian and Sandy troll west. With Kenneth Williams. From February 1968.

Kenneth Horne is a doctor who talks to animals, while Julian and Sandy troll west. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From February 1968.

The final series kicks off with Kenneth Williams in high dudgeon, while Julian and Sandy are saddling up. First heard in 1968.

The final series kicks off with Julian and Sandy saddling up.

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Kenneth Horne in a roaring 1920s film spoof and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a nadger.

Kenneth Horne in a roaring 1920s film spoof and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a nadger. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1968.

Kenneth Horne in a roaring 1920s film spoof 'Thoroughly Modern Willy', Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a nadger and Julian and Sandy come over all transcendental with Bona Gurumat.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1968.

Kenneth Horne stars in a roaring 1920s film spoof, and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a nadger. With Kenneth Williams and Betty Marsden. From March 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth Horne and the gang's final series, first heard in March 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth and co from the final series, first heard in 1968.

Comedy from Kenneth Horne and the gang's final series, first heard in March 1968. Episode 2 of 16.

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Julian and Sandy are hitting the ski slopes.

Starring Kenneth and co.

Julian and Sandy are hitting the ski slopes in this monstrously bona edition starring Kenneth and co.

Julian and Sandy are hitting the ski slopes in this monstrously bona edition.

Monstrous goings on for Kenneth Horne, while Julian and Sandy hit the bona ski slopes.

With Kenneth Williams.

From March 1968.

Monstrous goings on for Kenneth Horne, while Julian and Sandy hit the bona ski slopes. With Kenneth Williams. From March 1968.

Monstrous goings on for Kenneth Horne with Frankenstein, more from wonderful Radio Balls Pond Road, while Julian and Sandy hit the bona ski slopes.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1968.

Monstrous goings on for Kenneth Horne, while Julian and Sandy hit the bona ski slopes. With Kenneth Williams and Bill Pertwee. From March 1968.

Julian and Sandy are hitting the ski slopes. Starring Kenneth and co. First heard in 1968.

Julian and Sandy are hitting the ski slopes in this monstrously bona edition, starring Kenneth and co. First heard in 1968.

0404The Knights Of Camelot1968031720030709 (BBC7)
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The Knights of the Round Table take a funny turn, while Julian and Sandy take a gander at Mr Horne's wardrobe.

A funny turn from the Round Table Knights, and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe.

A funny turn from the Round Table Knights, and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe. With Kenneth Willams and Betty Marsden. From March 1968.

A funny turn from the Round Table Knights and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe. With Kenneth Willams. From March 1968.

A funny turn round the table with 'The Knights of Camelot' and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe, courtesy of Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1968.

The Knights of the Round Table take a funny turn, while Julian and Sandy take a gander at Mr Horne's wardrobe. From 1968.

The Knights of the Round Table take a funny turn, while Julian and Sandy take a gander at Mr Horne's wardrobe. First heard in 1968.

0405Relatively Grand Prix1968032420030716 (BBC7)
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Douglas Smith's taken for a spin, while Julian and Sandy sign a bona new discovery to their male model agency!

Douglas Smith is taken for a spin, and Julian and Sandy sign up a bona new male model.

Douglas Smith is taken for a spin, and Julian and Sandy sign up a bona new male model. Stars Kenneth Horne and Kenneth Williams. From March 1968.

Douglas Smith is taken for a spin, and Julian and Sandy sign up a bona new male model. Stars Kenneth Horne. From March 1968.

Announcer Douglas Smith is taken for a spin in 'Relatively Grand Prix' - and at the Bona Male Model Agency, Julian and Sandy sign up some brand new talent.

Stars Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1968.

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Douglas Smith's taken for a spin, while Julian and Sandy sign a bona new discovery to their male model agency! First heard in 1968.

Douglas Smith's taken for a spin, and Julian and Sandy sign a new discovery to their male model agency. First heard in 1968.

Douglas Smith's taken for a spin and Julian and Sandy sign a bona new discovery to their male model agency. First heard in 1968.

0406Big Broads Don't Squeal1968033120030723 (BBC7)
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Kenneth Horne's in for a shock from sneaky Kenneth Williams - and bona gifts galore from Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne gets a shock from Kenneth Williams, and bona gifts from Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne is in for a shock from sneaky Kenneth Williams, and bona gifts galore from Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne's in for a shock from sneaky Kenneth Williams - and bona gifts galore from Julian and Sandy. From March 1968. Episode 6 of 16.

Kenneth Horne's in for a shock from sneaky Kenneth Williams in 'Big Broads Don't Squeal' - and bona gifts galore from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1968.

Kenneth Horne is in for a shock from sneaky Kenneth Williams, and bona gifts galore from Julian and Sandy. Stars Betty Marsden and Hugh Paddick. From March 1968.

Kenneth Horne has good reason to be wary of Kenneth Williams - and he's off shopping for a bona gift. First heard in 1968.

0407The Celluloid Jungle1968040720030730 (BBC7)
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Kenneth Horne hits 'The Celluloid Jungle' and waltzes off for his bona ballroom tuition.

Kenneth Horne hits the Celluloid Jungle, and waltzes off for his Bona Ballroom tuition. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne hits 'The Celluloid Jungle' and waltzes off for his Bona Ballroom tuition. With Kenneth Williams. From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne hits The Celluloid Jungle and waltzes off for some strictly Bona Ballroom tuition from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in April 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth Horne and friends. Mr Horne trolls off to the Bona Academy of Ballroom Dancing! First heard in 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth Horne and friends. Mr Horne strolls off to the Bona Academy of Ballroom Dancing! First heard in 1968.

0408Around The World In Ten Minutes1968041420030806 (BBC7)
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Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. Stars Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. Stars Kenneth Horne and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. From April 1968.

In 'Around The World in Ten Minutes' Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy are bursting into 'Bona Songs'.

Stars Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres.

For series 4, Marty Feldman was replaced by Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer and Donald Webster

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in April 1968.

Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job. From April 1965.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. First broadcast in 1968.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. Comedy from Kenneth and Co, from 1968.

Douglas Smith plays the world, while Julian and Sandy sing bona songs. Comedy from Kenneth and Co, first broadcast in 1968.

Complaints to the BBC - and Kenneth Horne heads to a new bona bistro. From April 1965.

0409Journey To Uranus1968042120030813 (BBC7)
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Kenneth and Co blast off into space, while Julian and Sandy offer the latest in bona books.

First heard in April 1968.

Kenneth Horne blasts off boldly - and bona books to read from Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams.

From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne blasts off boldly, plus some bona books to read from Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne blasts off boldly, plus some bona books to read from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne blasts off boldly - and bona books to read from Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams. From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne blasts off boldly in 'Journey to Uranus', a ditty from Rambling Sid Rumpo and 'Bona Books' with Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in April 1968.

Kenneth and Co blast off into space, while Julian and Sandy offer the latest in bona books. First heard in April 1968.

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Is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'?

Is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'? Stars Kenneth Horne.

From April 1968.

Is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'? Stars Kenneth Horne and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'? Stars Kenneth Horne. From April 1968.

Kenneth Horne is the wise old chief in 'The Apache Story'. But is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And exactly how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'?

With Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in April 1968.

More classic comedy from Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden and Hugh Paddick. From April 1968.

Is Kenneth Williams a pseudonym? And how will Julian and Sandy 'Keep Britain Bona'? Classic comedy from April 1968.

0411Escape From Stalag Limpwrist1968050520030827 (BBC7)
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Ken hosts a phone-in, Movie-Go-Wrong goes to war, Syd praises maidens, and Julian and Sandy lord it.

Kenneth Horne and the gang camp it up in Stalag Limpwrist and Bona Abbey.

Kenneth Horne escapes Stalag Limpwrist and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a maiden's nodes.

With Kenneth Williams.

From May 1968.

Kenneth Horne escapes Stalag Limpwrist, and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a maiden's nodes. With Kenneth Williams. From May 1968.

Kenneth Horne escapes from Stalag Limpwrist, and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a maiden's nodes.

Kenneth Horne escapes from Stalag Limpwrist, and Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a maiden's nodes. With Kenneth Williams and Betty Marsden. From May 1968.

Kenneth Horne escapes Stalag Limpwrist, Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of a maiden's nodes and a visit to Bona Abbey with Julian and Sandy.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in May 1968.

Kenneth Horne and the gang camp it up in Stalag Limpwrist and Bona Abbey... First transmitted May 1968.

0412I Showed Them In Fleet Street1968051220030903 (BBC7)
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The comedy team make headlines while Mr Horne gets advice from two bona private detectives!

The comedy team make headlines while Mr Horne gets advice from a couple of bona private detectives!

The team make headlines, while Mr Horne gets advice from a couple of bona private detectives!

Kenneth Horne makes Fleet Street headlines - and visits The Bona Private Detective Agency.

Kenneth Horne makes Fleet Street headlines - and visits 'The Bona Private Detective Agency'. With Betty Marsden. From May 1968.

Kenneth Horne makes Fleet Street headlines, and visits the Bona Private Detective Agency. With Betty Marsden and Kenneth Williams. From May 1968.

Kenneth Horne is making Fleet Street headlines - and pays a visit to Julian and Sandy's Bona Private Detective Agency.

With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in May 1968.

The comedy team make headlines, while Mr Horne gets advice from a couple of bona private detectives! First heard in May 1968.

The comedy team make headlines while Mr Horne gets advice from two bona private detectives! First heard in May 1968.

0413Continuum Medicum Romanum1968051920030910 (BBC7)
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D Smith gives us a paean to a fairy queen, Julian and Sandy grapple with linguistics, and Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome.

From 1968.

D Smith gives us a paean to a fairy, Julian and Sandy grapple with linguistics, and Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome.

Classic comedy characters and a special film adaptation harking back to the days of the mighty Empire of Rome.

Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome and Kenneth Horne discovers Julian and Sandy are multilingual.

With Hugh Paddick.

From May 1968.

Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome, plus Kenneth Horne finds Julian and Sandy are multilingual.

Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome, plus Kenneth Horne discovers Julian and Sandy are multilingual. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From May 1968.

Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome - and Kenneth Horne discovers Julian and Sandy are multilingual. With Hugh Paddick. From May 1968.

D Smith gives us a paean to a fairy, Julian and Sandy grapple with linguistics, and Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome. From 1968.

D Smith gives us a paean to a fairy queen, Julian and Sandy grapple with linguistics, and Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome. From 1968.

Classic comedy characters and a special film adaptation harking back to the days of the mighty Roman Empire. From May 1968.

0414Beau1968052620030917 (BBC7)
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More surprises for Kenneth Horne and chums - thanks to some threatening letters!

Englishman 'Beau' joins the Foreign Legion and Julian and Sandy look for BBC efficiencies.

Englishman 'Beau' joins the Foreign Legion, and Julian and Sandy look for BBC efficiencies. Stars Kenneth Horne, Hugh Paddick and Kenneth Williams. From May 1968.

Englishman 'Beau' joins the Foreign Legion to forget... and Time and Motion efficiency experts, Julian and Sandy look for efficiencies at the BBC.

Stars Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in May 1968.

More surprises for Kenneth Horne and chums - thanks to some threatening letters! From May 1968.

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More comedy from Kenneth and co - featuring nudist Olympic games and a song from J Peasemold Gruntfuttock.

First heard in 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth and the gang, featuring nudist Olympic games and a song from J Peasemold Gruntfuttock.

Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie - and bona advertising with Julian and Sandy.

Crofter Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie - and bona advertising with Julian and Sandy.

With Hugh Paddick.

From June 1968.

Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie, plus bona advertising with Julian and Sandy.

Crofter Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie, plus bona advertising with Julian and Sandy. With Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. From June 1968.

Crofter Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie - and bona advertising with Julian and Sandy. With Hugh Paddick. From June 1968.

Crofter Kenneth Horne meets Bona Prince Charlie, Rambling Syd Rumpo sings of artefacts - and bona advertising Julian and Sandy-style.

Stars Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth and the gang, featuring nudist Olympic games and a song from J Peasemold Gruntfuttock. First heard in 1968.

More comedy from Kenneth and co - featuring nudist Olympic games and a song from J Peasemold Gruntfuttock. First heard in 1968.

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Kenneth Horne hosts the last ever show.

Listeners have their say, plus a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy. The last ever show.

Listeners have their say, plus a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy. Kenneth Horne hosts the last ever show.

Listeners have their say, plus a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy. Kenneth Horne hosts the last ever show. From June 1968.

Listeners have their say - and a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy. Kenneth Horne hosts the last ever show. From June 1968.

Listeners have their say - and a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy. The last ever show.

Round the Horne listeners have their say - and there's a surprise in store from Julian and Sandy. First broadcast in June 1968.

More zany humour from the show that was the highpoint of 60s radio comedy. First broadcast in June 1968.

Listeners have their say - and there's a bona surprise for Julian and Sandy.

Kenneth Horne hosts the last ever show. With Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick and Betty Marsden.

Recorded at the BBC's Paris Studio in Lower Regent Street, London. Announcer: Douglas Smith

Round The Horne was born out of the demise of BBC radio comedy Beyond Our Ken, after the end of writer Eric Merriman's involvement. Using the same cast and producer, Barry Took and Marty Feldman were persuaded to write the scripts - which led to four series that ran between 1965 and 1968 - packed full of parodies, recurring characters, catchphrases and double-entendres. Marty departed after series 3.

Scripted by Barry Took, Brian Cooke and Johnnie Mortimer.

Music by the Max Harris Group.

Producer: John Simmonds

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1968.