All about the original series featuring PM Jim Hacker and Sir Humphrey Appleby.
Watch the highlights from the first episode of We Have Been Watching
Watch the highlights from the first episode of We Have Been Watching.
Tony Robinson on playing Baldrick and what people usually ask him about.
Patsy Byrne talks about how there will always be a Nursie in society
The Blackadder writer discusses where else he would set Blackadder.
Lord Percy talks about far-flung fans and where he would have liked the series to go.
Jim Broadbent talks abour playing the Spanish Interpretor and a famous fan.
Miriam Margolyes talks about modelling herself on Queen Victoria.
Miranda Richardson discusses other historical characters she would like to have played.
Andrew Sachs reminisces about Fawlty Towers.
Star and creator of Fawlty Towers, John Clesse discusses the show.
Michael Palin gives some insight into the impact of Fawlty Towers.
Andrew Sachs - aka Manuel from Fawlty Towers - tells us his favourite Fawlty moment.
Bernard Cribbins - aka Mr Hutchinson says Fawlty's best bits were the subtle moments.
Clive Anderson reveals his favourite Fawlty Towers moment.
Eddie Izzard reveals his favourite Fawlty Towers moment.
For Hugh Dennis, the beauty of Fawlty Towers is that it's stuffed with fantastic lines.
Alistair McGowan and Andy Whymet explain their real life Royle Family moments.
Jim and Twiggy get off their backsides for once and partake in a spot of dancing.
The Royle Family creators started out presenting a Radio show together.
Even the most brilliant sitcoms start out with the cast fearing the worst.
Unsurprisingly, Craig and Caroline get recognised wherever they go
Andy Whymet and Rebecca Front discuss their favourite Royle Family characters.
It may come as no surprise that Ricky is more of an armchair footy fan.
Ralf little explains how he and his mother was surprised how funny the it was.
Antony is no Hollywood heartthrob but he certainly had his fair share of famous admirers.
The cast and crew used to have so much fun on set with the props guys erected a jail.
Being a massive George Formby fan, Ricky's wife bought him a rather expensive ukulele.
Caroline and Craig started out on KFM Radio when it was a pirate station.
Perry Aghajanoff of the Only Fools Appreciation Society picks his favourite moments.
John Challis talks about the Batman and Robin episode of Only Fools and Horses.
Del and Rodney turn up in fancy dress to what turns out to be a wake for their host.
Del Boy’s attempt to blend in with the ‘Yuppies’ at a wine bar ends in embarrassment.
Del Boy, Grandad and Rodney’s ham-fisted attempt to take down a crystal chandelier.
Brenda's drunken mother Petula has a spot of 'tummy trouble'.
Compo, Cleggy and friends try to push an old bathtub up a hill with disastrous results.
Fletcher's sarcastic retorts to the Staff of Slade Prison were a highlight of the series.
Snooty neighbour Margo uncharacteristically deigns to get her hands dirty.
Margo finally gets the joke as the gang tipsily attempt to move a Wind Break.
Geraldine falls (literally) for the roguish brother of the parish council chairman.
Alice, the ditzy verger, explains her confusion over a certain spreadable product.
David makes a rousing speech to encourage the Parish Council Members to fight for Dibley.
Dibley needs a choir, so Geraldine and Alice set about auditioning for one.
To celebrate Geraldine's 10 years at Dibley, the council members throw her a party.
Geraldine fulfils her promise to Lettie and dresses up as the Dibley Bunny.
Frank has the late night slot on Dibley radio and decides to make an announcement.
Geraldine asks if the Parish Council can possibly get a move on.
David Horton rings Geraldine and gets drawn into revealing some intimate details.
The villagers set about organising a special themed event for Elton John.
Geraldine accepts the offer from the council members of a night of speed-dating.
Alice tells Geraldine that Hugo has never kissed her so Geraldine plays matchmaker.
The love story between Gavin and Stacey continues with a ring.
Joanna Page on how Gavin and Stacey has changed her life.
Gavin and Stacey's Joanna Page tells us why she so loved working with Alison Steadman.
Smithy races to meet his newborn son – proving that emotion and comedy do mix.
A host of famous faces say what they would do, if they were in office.
Cracker star Robbie Coltrane talks about not mentioning whose side he's on.
Agnes tries to have a heart to heart with Dermot.
Prepare to crank up that laugh-o-meter and get ready to have your funny bone tickled!
Ibiza? Pah. Get a taste of what summer’s all about with this sizzling hot trailer
Awkward moments and snippy comments – it must be time to meet the family!
Cheer yourself up with a week of David Walliams from 9pm on Gold.
Take a comedy stonker, put three episodes back to back and it’s triple the FUN.
Watch out! There's a rabbit on the rampage
Christopher Biggins talks about the good old days of Porridge.
The Monty Python team answer questions about their last-ever show
Watch Rolling Stone Mick Jagger's tongue-in-cheek intro to Monty Python Live (Mostly)
Go behind-the-scenes of Monty Python Live (Mostly), coming to Gold, Sun 20 July at 7.30pm
Watch the trail for Monty Python Live (Mostly), see it on Gold, Sun 20 July at 7.30pm
Take a look behind-the-scenes of Gold's biggest-ever publicity stunt
In a Gold exclusive, Steve Coogan reveals what it was like to work with Rob Brydon.
Watch the hilarious outtakes from Steve Coogan's On The Telly on Gold
Steve Coogan tells Gold about the unusual recording process of I'm Alan Partridge
Famous fans talk about the Pythons in bonus footage from Monty Python's Best Bits (Mostly)
Eric Idle and Professor Brian Cox discuss working with Professor Stephen Hawking
Watch My Family from the very beginning, starting Mon 5 Jan on Gold
David Jason unveils the nation's favourite Only Fools And Horses episodes
Former Bond Girl Honor Blackman joins the family as Ed's free-spirited mother, Rose.
Thanks to Ellie, Emma has ticked 'learn to twerk' off her bucket list. Clive isn't keen.
Eve Myles and Anthony Head talk about the new series and why it can be enjoyed by all.
Eve Myles and Anthony Head tell us why the series is so funny, clever and a bit silly.
A bandaged-up Emma has to place her trust in Clive to do all the household jobs.
Debs confronts Tim and husband Keith after discovering some dodgy videos on her laptop.
Ed and Lauren seek shelter at the Masons and try not to comment on their housekeeping...
At dinner round Debs and Keith's, Ed learns all about the three-second rule.
Lauren, Debs and Emma chat all things pizza, old boyfriends, hairstyles and Anneka Rice.
Ed has difficulty answering confused questions about his experiences during the war.
Alan and his new date Lydia discuss the finer details of the no sex before marriage rule.
Clive gets more than he bargained for while fixing with the kitchen sink.
Eve & Anthony discuss their favourite comedies and Eve makes a plea to Jennifer Saunders.
Eve and Anthony talk about the honour of working with Honor Blackman.
Susie Blake discusses her character Emma and what's in store for series 2.
Jeff Rawle talks all about his character Clive and what we can expect from him.
The ever glamorous Honor Blackman talks about playing Anthony Head's mum.
Keith has an awkward moment when he quite literally bumps into Clive at the supermarket.
In this interview David Jason talks about working with the young actor Vas Blackwood.
David Jason talks about how John Sullivan came up with the idea for this beloved episode.
David discusses the fun they had making Nicholas Lyndhurst out to be a 14-year-old.
David Praises John Sullivan's creativity for the Friday the 13th spoof episode.