A star-studded holiday special starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, first broadcast in 1975. With special guests including Diana Rigg, Des O'Connor, Gordon Jackson, Diane Solomon and Robin Day. Show more
Sketches and stand-up comedy from Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise from 1968. Among Eric and Ernie's guests in this episode is Michael Aspel. Chris Langford sings Old Devil Moon. Show more
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise star with Paul Eddington, Richard Briers, Penelope Keith, Elton John, Francis Matthews, Angharad Rees, Kenneth Kendall and Arthur Lowe. Show more
A laughter-packed Christmas special starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, with a host of guests including Peter Cushing, William Franklyn, Eric Porter and Edward Woodward.
A star-studded Christmas special starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise with guests Glenda Jackson, Jack Jones, Vera Lynn, Pete Murray and Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen.
Eric and Ernie discuss the secret of long life and Ernie breaks the news that he is getting married. Music is provided by Kenny Ball, The Pattersons and Herman’s Hermits.
Ernie leaves home after a practical joke from Eric and Ian Carmichael stars in Frankenstein’s Monster. Music comes from Kenny Ball, The Pattersons and Nina van Pallandt.
Ernie has trouble taking a bath and the duo welcome Fenella Fielding to star in Ernie’s latest play Nelson and Lady Hamilton. Music guests are Kenny Ball and Sacha Distel.
Eric has a change of appearance when he decides to don a wig and Diane Cilento stars in The Barretts of Wimpole Street. Music guests are Kenny Ball, Vince Hill and Deryck Guyler.
Eric hears that Ernie has a date with Princess Anne, and Edward Chapman stars in Ernie’s play Trouble at Mill. Music is provided by Kenny Ball, The Pattersons and Clodagh Rodgers.
Eric and Ernie exchange trousers and Eric has an enormous ventriloquist doll. Guests include Nina and John Junkin.
Eric becomes a boy scout and Richard Greene stars in The Lost Valley. Music is provided by Kenny Ball, The Pattersons and Nana Mouskouri.
Ernie is convinced he is going to be the subject of This is Your Life and Eric Porter stars in Wuthering Heights. Music is from Jan Daley, Kenny Ball and the Trio Athenee.
The pair pay a visit to Eric’s parents and Eric jumps to conclusions when a lady visits the flat. Music guests are Kenny Ball and Samantha Jones.
Eric wants Ernie to be healthier, Ernie wants to buy some underwear for his sister and writes a romantic play in bed. Musical guests are Craig Douglas and Nina van Pallandt.
Fenella Fielding visits the flat and also stars in I’ll See You Again, while Ernie has an accident. Music comes from Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Sylvia McNeill and Ray Stevens.
Ernie is fed up with Eric ruining his plays and Barbara Murray stars in There’s No Business Like Big Business. Musical guests are Bruce and Peter Davis and Dusty Springfield.
Ernie aims to sign Dame Flora Robson for his play while Eric plays his butler. Dame Flora later stars as Queen Elizabeth I. Music is provided by Peter and Alex and Esther Ofarim.
Eric visits marriage guidance and Arthur Lowe stars in Monty in the Bonty. Musical guests are Kenny Ball, Robert Young and Susan Maughan.
Eric and Ernie both decide to get new partners, The Connoisseurs discuss antiques and the duo meet a fellow writer. Musical guests are Kenny Ball, The Settlers and Frank Ifield.