Earlier this year, Gold asked the public who they thought was the greatest comedian in British history. Now a panel … [ Read More ]
The legendary comic actor travels across America’s West Coast in this new documentary series, and has plenty of fun along … [ Read More ]
The nominations for this year’s Comedy.co.uk Awards have been revealed.
While Morecambe and Wise may feel the most British of comedy duos, in the 1960s they did attempt to crack … [ Read More ]
Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson return in a new comic story of murder and not-so-luxurious travel.
Alexander Armstrong presents the first in a four-part series about the classic sitcom, marking the 50th anniversary of the show.
Sally Phillips presents this new series for Gold talking to comics about their favourite sketches.
Gold looks back at the short-lived but highly influential alternative comedy sitcom.
Note that this is not a typo. Victoria Wood always insisted on spelling her classic sitcom dinnerladies without a capital … [ Read More ]
This one-off feature length comedy drama certainly has been able to get a top quality cast.
While UKTV has shown plenty of original comedy shows on Dave, there are surprisingly less on Gold.
Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, the duo behind classic sitcoms Porridge and The Likely Lads, are back with a … [ Read More ]
On the surface, this show seems like a comedy-based Celebrity Gogglebox. We Have Been Watching does however differ, because the … [ Read More ]
Last year digital channel G.O.L.D. broadcast a documentary series called Bring Me Morecambe and Wise, which consisted of five hour … [ Read More ]
Thirty years on from Prime Minister Jim Hackerâs debut in Yes, Minister, the series has been revived, based on a … [ Read More ]