From the beginning radio comedy shows were among the most popular programs, such stars as Jack Benny, Abbott and Costello, George Burns or Milton Berle were among the most recognizable voices of their era. With time comedy was changing, but even to this day radio comedy shows are very popular in British radio stations.
There is only one person Bishop Cuthbert Hever can’t stand, but unfortunately for him that person is the dean of his cathedral.
British embassy in Tratvia each day faces different challenges, but the dedicated staff is always ready to make things worse.
Comedy show about misadventures of Tony Hancock, who is constantly haunted by bad luck no matter what he does.
British comedy show in style similar to Monty Python’s Flying Circus, full of parodies and absurd humour.
Average American family suddenly learns they have inherited a British butler.
Two civil servants run the General Assistance Department created to help any ministry that is overloaded with work. At least that was the idea, in practice they cause more problems than solve.
The misadventures of HMS Troutbridge frigate crew, not the finest in Royal Navy.
Horace Hepplewhite is a manager of small British train station, but his ambition to run the place strictly by the book clashes with the reality of incompetent staff and rural character of Parsley Sidings.
The Poszepszynski family is not typical family, but in many ways it is - comedy show created as parody of popular The Matysiaks soap opera.
Young Doctor Kildare is idealistic surgeon working in one of the New York City hospitals, where every day he deals with life-changing decisions.