Hugh Dennis begins an exploration of the comedy archives focusing on the eccentricities of British life.


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0101Holidays1999082420000530This week, he finds out why the joys and pitfalls of the holiday season provide such a wealth of comedy moments.
0102Sport1999083120000531This week, he finds rich pickings to be had for comedians in search of material.
0103 LASTTransport1999090720000601Who could forget John Cleese as Basil Fawlty, beating his Mini with a branch when its engine refused to start? From trains to planes to automobiles, the British public loves to hate its means of transport.
This programme goes in search of the reasons why.
0201Animals20000502 Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives to explore a selection of animal jokes and sketches.
0202Education20000509 This programme focuses on education.
0203 LASTFood20000516 His theme is food.
0301Law And Order20001212 The first in a four-part series in which Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives to explore a selection of jokes and sketches about law and order.
0302Families2000121920021220Hugh Dennis delves into the archives to take a look at the way family life has been portrayed in situation comedy over the years
Four-part series in which Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives.
In this edition, he unearths a selection of jokes and sketches about families.
0303 20010102  
0304 LASTDoctor And Nurses20010109 Four-part series in which Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives.
He concludes with that perennial favourite, the doctor-and-nurse sketch.

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