The Goodies: Snow White 2 showing at the BFI Southbank

The Crackerjack Pantomime: Robinson Crusoe

BBC 1975. Dir Robin Nash. With Peter Glaze, Don Maclean, Ed Stewart, Jan Hunt. 65min

Various BBC sitcom stars (John Laurie, John Inman, Windsor Davies and Don Estelle) joined the regular Crackerjack cast for this slapstick-heavy romp with a sprinkling of intentionally corny jokes, some of which may offend the sensibilities of a modern audience and demonstrate how things have changed.

+ The Goodies: Snow White 2

ITV 1981. Dir Bob Spiers. With Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor. 25min

In their typical, lightning-paced and zany style, The Goodies brilliantly deconstruct the entire pantomime tradition.

SAT 28 DEC 15:30 NFT2

 

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THE GOODIES IN THE OFFICIAL DVD CHARTS!

 

Between the week 30th September to 6th October 2018.  The Goodies: The Complete BBC Collection DVD Boxset came No. 14 in the Official TV on Video Chart Top 50. 

https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/tv-on-video-chart/20180930/30/

 

Congratulations to all three Goodies Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie!

 

 

Don’t forget you can buy The Goodies: The Complete BBC Years and also the latest release The Goodies: The Complete Collection (BBC & LWT Series) from networkonair.com, amazon.co.uk, HMV and also can be found at Sainsbury’s. 

Episode 3 in the current series of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue is now BBC Sounds

From ISIHAC’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/isihac/?epa=SEARCH_BOX

Tonight’s programme comes to you from Portsmouth’s New Theatre Royal, where Jack and Tim are joined by Tony Hawks, Rachel Parris and Marcus Brigstocke. Tonight at 6.30pm on BBC Radio4 and available on BBC Sounds shortly after – https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000blx6

Slapstick to Launch a Goodies Poll – (As Part of Goodies 50th Anniversary Celebrations!)

This comes from Comedy website ‘beyondajoke.com’

 

News: Slapstick Festival To Launch Poll To Find All-Time Best Goodies

Bristol’s Slapstick festival (AKA the UK’s biggest celebration of silent and classic screen comedy) will be launching an online poll on Monday 25 November to find the public’s all-time favourite of the 77 television shows made by THE GOODIES between 1970 and 1982? 

The winning episode will then get a full screening at an event at the Redgrave Theatre, Bristol on Saturday 25 January marking that 2020 is the 50th anniversary of THE GOODIES first airing  on the BBC and at which all three members of the trio – Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie – will be present, sharing anecdotes from the making of the series. 

The poll will use a shortlist chosen by The Goodies and some of their many celebrity fans including Omid Djalili, Tony Hawks, Peter Lord of Aardman, Matt Lucas, and Tim Vine. It will run until the end of this year on the festival’s website – www.slapstick.org.uk – and its Twitter account – @SlapstickFest

 

https://www.beyondthejoke.co.uk/content/8013/best-goodies-vote?fbclid=IwAR3IEaVC2j00wvyjhpDVO0Gp1R-Sx0r9rL7F4BigiKQiMqaPrKOeCI8zq9c

 

More details on this will come very soon!

I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue Episode 2 (From Shrewsbury) Now on BBC Sounds

The 72nd series of Radio 4’s multi award-winning ‘antidote to panel games’ promises more homespun wireless entertainment for the young at heart. This week the programme pays a return visit to Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury where Tim Brooke-Taylor and Stephen Fry are pitched against Pippa Evans and Miles Jupp, with Jack Dee in the chair. At the piano – Colin Sell. Producer – Jon Naismith. It is a BBC Studios production.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000bcn7

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