The ever glamorous Honor Blackman talks about playing Anthony Head's mum.
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.
Meet Henry, a man struggling to balance family while also being the country's monarch.
Bridget and Eamon is back for a second series!
The town of Dibley was notably fun-free until the Reverend Geraldine Granger showed up.
Meet Patsy and Eddy - the fad-obsessed, Stolly-swilling heroines of Ab Fab.
Love gets a second chance in this witty comedy starring Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer.
Meet the most deliciously evil comic characters ever - Rowan Atkinson's Edmund Blackadder.
Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson's look into the world of Richard Richard and Eddie Hitler.
The Comic Strip... helped cement the career of a host of 'alternative' comedy talent.
Welcome to the world of a Manchester canteen, as depicted by Victoria Wood.
It's opening time at The Grapes, a typically northern pub full of colourful characters.
Welcome to the crumbling world of manic hotel manager Basil Fawlty (John Cleese).
The duo's hit sketch show, featuring their stuff and nonsense approach to comedy.
Fry and Laurie had a hit sketch-show in the 80s, now they are back together.
Jones and Cordon's much-loved comedy series shows love really can span the Severn Bridge.
Things can be a little stormy in Paradise Passage, home to the flatmates Linda and Tom.
Meet the doctors and nurses who work at the fictional East Hampton Medical Trust.
She's the queen of sitcom snobbery, she is Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced bouquet).
Welcome to Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, where the men are old enough to know better.
Men Behaving Badly is the story of lads Gary (Martin Clunes) and Tony (Neil Morrissey).
The sitcom that took the classic family set-up and turned it on its head.
Richard Wilson stars as Victor Meldrew, the original grumpy old man at war with the world.
Classic comedy following the misadventures of two rogue traders Del and Rodney Trotter.
Say "hello" to Ronnie Barker's stammering shopkeeper. Ger-Granville!
A scarily accurate portrayal of a middle-class family, in this part-improvised sitcom.
With wise-cracking ne'er do well Norman Stanley Fletcher, life behind bars can be a riot.
This Only Fools And Horses prequel transports us back to south London in the early 1960s.
The intertwined fates of these two rag and bone men.
Tom Good hits 40 and decides to give up the rat race and become self-sufficient.
The Only Fools And Horses spin-off with Boycie (John Challis) escaping to the country.
Dark comedy from Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith & Jeremy Dyson.
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's classic comedy helped to redefine the sitcom.
Chronicling the utterly mundane existence of a working class Manchester family.
Armando Iannucci biting satire with fearsome spin doctor Malcolm Tucker at its heart.
Classic comedy with Penelope Keith as Mrs Forbes-Hamilton who has fallen on hard times.
Terry Collier and Bob Ferris were Geordie boys behaving badly long before Gary and Tony.
The continuing exploits of Jim Hacker as he ascends to the position of PM.
The original adventures of the Right Honorable James Hacker MP.
The series that celebrates the career of one of comedy?s best-loved performers.
Long before David Brent, Gordon Brittas was the sitcom boss from hell.
Rene juggles working with the Resistance running a cafe and complicated love-life.
The latest instalment of this legendary political sitcom.
Matt Lucas and David Walliams fly-on-the-wall take on the world of the airports.
The hugely popular sitcom with the nation's favourite new funny woman, Miranda Hart.
Jo Brand's look inside a world a million miles away from traditional hospital dramas.
Eric and Ernie are Britain's premiere comedy double act on both stage and screen.
Peter Richardson and the original cast return to the countryside for an all new adventure.
Comedy starring Brendan O'Carroll as Agnes Brown: the loudest, proudest mother in Ireland.
A ?West Country Fatal Attraction?, Nighty Night stars Julia Davies as Jill Tyrell.
With his bad sweaters and monstrous arrogance Alan Partridge is the King of Chat.
Nicholas Lyndhurst is Gary Sparrow, a time travelling TV repairman leading a double life.
Some of the UK's best-loved comedy talents team up for hilarious one-off shows
Vic Reeves' and Bob Mortimer's bonkers, surreal and downright funny sketch show.
Matt Lucas and David Walliams zany comedy with characters from all over Little Britain.
If Charles Dickens had written comedy it may well have been like this.
Our favourite funny lady lifts the lid on the world of comedy with this new panel show.
Harry Enfield's slew of memorable characters and iconic catchphrases made this a classic.
Mad cap fun and high jinxes as the butler rescues his foolish ?superior? once again.
Brand new & exclusive to Gold: Sketches, interviews, unseen footage of the brilliant pair
Meet the age-gap couple trying to put up with their families? meddling ways.
The brilliant, BAFTA winning, TV Burp comes to Gold for the very first time.
Lee faces life's problems the only way a man can - snide comments & scarpering to the pub
Warwick Davis lays bare his showbiz life in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's comedy
New three-part series goes behind the scenes of the classic sitcom
Watch exclusive videos, take our quiz, find your favourite quotes and more.
Get the inside story on one of the UK's best-loved comedy stars
Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt became cult stars in this classic surreal comedy series.
Sean Lock stars in this quirky sitcom about two very different flatmates.
Julia Davis and Rob Brydon star in this classic black comedy series.
Dark comedy thriller from The League Of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.
Ronnie Corbett plays a 40-something librarian who still lives with his overbearing mother
Famous faces choose their all-time favourite Monty Python sketches
The sketch show that made Fry and Laurie one of Britain's finest comedy partnerships.
Fast Show regulars show up in the TV spin-off of the radio spoof, Down the Line.
Comedy series based on the celebrated stories by P.G Wodehouse, starring Timothy Spall.
Pull up a bar stool and drink at the bar where everybody knows your name.
Join Stewart Lee, one of Britain's most regarded comedians for stand-up and sketches.
Tag along with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as they eat their way around the Italian coast.
Peep Show's David Mitchell and Robert Webb bring their popular radio comedy to television.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host the long-running surreal celebrity quiz show.
Ben Elton teams up once again with Rowan Atkinson for this police station-set sitcom.
Follow the lives of four dislikable social inadequates, each studying at Scumbag College.
Join Paul O'Grady as he takes an intimate look back the six-decade career Bob Monkhouse.
The definitive autobiographical series of some of the country's finest comedy talents.
Radio DJ and light entertainer Alan Partridge brings his radio chat show to television.
Following its successful first outing last year, UKTV original Marley's Ghosts returns.
Bull, a brand new original comedy starring Robert Lindsay, comes to Gold.
Don't miss Do Not Disturb, a brand new comedy coming to Gold.
Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, part of Gold After Dark
The Armando Iannucci Shows, part of Gold After Dark
Simon Callow plays a prickly pensioner on the loose in our brand new comedy.
Richard E. Grant tells the story of the legendary British film studio, Ealing Studios.
This bittersweet comedy-drama about a community mental-health nurse stars Paul Whitehouse.
See some best-loved comedians as they gather together for a night in front of the telly.
A ragtag group of Home Guard defence force volunteers are keeping Britain safe.
Follow community leader Mr. Khan and his long suffering family.