The cast of the satirical sketch show look back on the making of the show, while celebrity fans celebrate its success.
Comedic interpretations of the world of news and current affairs by Rowan Atkinson, Chris Langham, Pamela Stephenson and Mel Smith.
Highlights from the classic 1980s satirical sketch show. Sketches include the Darts Players, Question Time and the Gorilla Interview.
Highlights from the classic 1980s satirical sketch show. Sketches include Game for a Laugh, Because I'm Wet and Lonely, Ah Come in Rawlinson and Hand Built by Roberts.
Highlights from the classic 1980s satirical sketch show. Sketches include Constable Savage, I Believe and the team sing Kinda Lingers.
Highlights from the 1980s satirical sketch show. Sketches include The Two Ninnies, Soccer Violence and General Synod's Life of Python. The song is the Abba parody Supa Dupa.
Highlights from the 1980s satirical sketch show. Classic sketches include Holiday Habits, Final Demands and McEnroe's Breakfast.
Highlights from the 1980s satirical sketch show. Sketches include Points of View, Does God Exist, Hey Wow, and National Wealth Beds.
Compilation of highlights from the topical and satirical Not the Nine O’Clock News team. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Griff Rhys Jones, Mel Smith and Pamela Stephenson.
A member of the audience complains about BBC programming and some businessmen decide to hire a token employee who fulfills all minority categories. Plus Fawlty Towers' Manuel puts in an appearance. Show more
Blue Peter presenters explain the concept of pregnancy to their young audience and a busy newspaper editor holds three telephone conversations. Plus an advert giving reasons to vote for Jimmy Carter. Show more
The survivors of a plane crash describe the trauma of living on airline food and the police make an appeal to the public to help them track the Scunthorpe Strangler. Show more
This edition of the topical comedy series has a Christmas theme, with carol singing and some unusual nativity scenes. Plus Miss Britain answers questions at the Miss World competition. Show more
Controversial film Life of Python features in a TV discussion programme, there's advice on self-defence and fans of Reginald Bosanquet sing a song about their hero. Show more
The BBC's belt-tightening measures come in for some stick, Michael Parkinson interviews a very familiar guest, and there's a risque dance routine.
Prizes are announced at an awards ceremony, a truck driver with dangerous cargo applies for compensation and there's a heated debate about abortion. Plus Rowan has another rant.
Police figures reporting an increase in crime are made to show the exact opposite, a judge displays how out of touch he is with the modern world and a journalist struggles to file his report. Show more
A cinema employee makes a customer prove he's over 16, a group of salesmen hunt their quarry - a reluctant buyer - and there's a parody of the Milk Tray advert.
A professor talks about his experiments in communication with a gorilla called Gerald and the multilingual "welcome" sign on display in a hotel reveals an unexpected message on the reverse. Show more
A smarmy interviewer grovels to his guest, a translator puts the news into sign language and there's a report on origami. Show more