Live stand-up performance by legendary Scottish comedian Billy Connolly captured during his 2016 tour. The show includes a look back at some of the comic's embarrassing early career experiences, while also touching on his recent battles with cancer and Parkinson's disease.
The complete first three series, plus the three Christmas specials, of the Dublin-set sitcom depicting the life and times of Mrs Agnes Brown (played by writer/creator Brendan O'Carroll), mother of a feckless bunch of grown-up children, who rules her tastefully-wallpapered realm with a rod of iron. Series 1 episodes are: 'The Mammy', 'Mammy's Secret', 'Mammy's Merchandise', 'Mammy Rides Again', 'Mammy of the Groom' and 'Mammy's Miracle'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Mammy Pulls It Off', 'Mammy's Coming!', 'iMammy (Batteries Not Included)', 'SuperMammy', 'Mammy's Going' and 'New Mammy'. Series 3 episodes are: 'Mammy's Spell', 'Mammy's Inflation', 'Mammy's Break', 'Mammy's Valentine', 'Mammy?' and 'Mammy Swings'.
Collection of two Christmas special episodes of the Dublin-set sitcom depicting the life and times of Mrs Agnes Brown (played by writer/creator Brendan O'Carroll) and her unruly brood. The episodes are: 'Buckin' Mammy' and 'Who's a Pretty Mammy?'.
Live stand-up performance by Geordie comic Sarah Millican, recorded at the Brighton Dome as part of her 2016 nationwide tour. Her irreverent take on modern life includes her views on living in the countryside, bullying and body image.
Live stand-up performance by British comedian Romesh Ranganathan, recorded at the Eventim Apollo in London as part of his 2016 nationwide tour. The show includes the comic's irreverent views on everyday concerns such as married life, mobile phones and trips to the cinema.
Double bill of stand up performances from Liverpudlian comic and TV star John Bishop. In 'The Elvis Has Left the Building Tour', recorded in 2010 at The Liverpool Empire, he shares his thoughts on middle-age, male grooming, football and more. In 'The Sunshine Tour', taken from his show at Liverpool's Echo Arena in 2011, he reflects on his new-found fame and discusses what his children make of him.
Collection of live stand-up performances from Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop. The collection includes: 'The Elvis Has Left the Building Tour' (2010) in which John performs at The Liverpool Empire, 'Rollercoaster Tour' (2012) in which he takes to the road on his sell-out 2012 tour, 'The Sunshine Tour' (2011) which sees him reflect on his new-found fame at Liverpool's Echo Arena, and 'Supersonic' (2015) in which he performs at London's Royal Albert Hall in April 2015.
Live stand-up performance by British comedian Josh Widdicombe, recorded at the Eventim Apollo in London as part of his 2016 nationwide tour. The show includes a look back at some of the comic's embarrassing childhood experiences, while also covering everyday concerns such as train travel, flying and contactless debit cards.
Double bill of stand up shows featuring Micky Flanagan. In 'The Out Out Tour - Live' the boy from Bethnal Green performs during his 2011 tour and recalls his working-class childhood. In 'Back in the Game - Live', recorded at London's Hackney Empire in 2013, Micky puts a comic spin on various topics such as marriage and being middle-aged.
A profile of be-fezed funnyman Tommy Cooper, who began his career as 'Trooper Cooper', entertaining servicemen during WWII. Famed for his deliberately appalling magic routines, Cooper's first TV break came with 'It's Magic' in 1952. Thereafter, the comedian made a string of successful series, cementing his reputation as a man who only had to walk on stage to make people laugh.
Collection of three live stage performances by British award-winning comedian Michael McIntyre. In 'Live and Laughing', Michael is shown onstage during his 2008 UK tour; 'Hello Wembley' sees him perform at Wembley Arena in October 2009; and 'Showtime' includes footage from his sell-out arena tour of 2012.
All three episodes of the ITV travel series following Scottish comedian Billy Connolly as he circumnavigates the four corners of the United States. This time his mode of transport for the 8,000 mile tour covering 28 states is America's rail network.
Another live outing for physical comedy stalwarts Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall, in this their 2001 show. Once more Richie and Eddie find themselves ill-equipped to deal with the realities of their situation, on this occasion stuck on a Pacific Island full of nasty and violent obstacles.
A collection of eight live stand-up performances by comedian Lee Evans. Titles included are: 'Live at Her Majesty's Theatre' (1994), 'Live from the West End' (1995), 'Different Planet Tour' (1996), 'Live in Scotland' (1998), 'Wired and Wonderful' (2002), 'XL Tour 2005 Live' (2005), 'Lee Evans: Big - Live at the 02' (2008) and 'Roadrunner - Live at the O2' (2011).