The new and official home for beloved cult star Anneke Wills, perhaps best-known for bringing sex appeal to the TARDIS as Polly, companion to both William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton.
The official site for he of the two hearts and over 50 years of adventures in time and space. Splendid chap. All of them.
Those fabulous guys behind keeping the Doctor Who flag flying since 1999.
A joyous stroll through the comic genius of 'The Big Yin' with an air of insane ramble about it and a link to the lovely Doctor Pamela Stephenson.
Jack Douglas was one of the founding fathers and the society's first chairman. Over the years, the Society has erected blue plaques to the great and good of British comedy; notably in Pinewood's Hall of Fame. I've long supported them and put together the Carry On Writing event at Pinewood Studios in September 2009.
Essential news, reviews and gig listings for the comedy scene across the United Kingdom.
Probably London's best kept secret but no longer! A glorious collection of cinema history housed in the impressive work house that was once home to Charlie Chaplin's mother. Young Charlie and Sydney used to play here. The venue is home to some unforgettable events, including my evening 'Remembering Marty Feldman'. Past visiting stars have included Peggy Cummins, Carol Cleveland, Sylvia Syms, Earl Cameron and cult horror director Norman J. Warren.
The official site for that extraordinary actor and all-round good chap, Colin Baker: best-loved as the sixth Doctor, and the star of my 'Doctor Who' adventures from Big Finish.
The British Comedy Guide which not only keeps you up todate with all the latest, but also celebrates classics from the past.
The home of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund; a worthy charity, providing care behind the cameras. I sat on the committee for the inaugural 'Best of British Comedy Lunch' in 2005, and have returned for every subsequent one!
Best remembered as the hapless Frankie Abbott in 'Please, Sir!', my dear old drinking buddy Meurig has recently published several volumes of memoir and some excellent, edge-of-the-seat thrillers.
A horror legend and the big bad in my Big Finish play 'Pier Pressure'. Check out this creepily enjoyable site from a true Gent of Terror.
A relentlessly touring theatre company who specialize in one-woman shows, including powerful pieces on Elizabeth I, Marilyn Monroe and the works of Jane Austen and Virginia Woolf. My very talented chum Rebecca Vaughan is the star of the majority of these and her 'Female Gothic' is a particular favourite. Naturally.
The official site for the beguiling and bewitching sex kitten of film and television. Justly celebrated for work opposite Peter Sellers and the cast of I.T.V. situation comedy 'Mind Your Language'. Francoise's eagerly awaited autobiography, 'As I Am', is now available here
Official website for the governors of British sitcom.
Official website for the greatest television comedy show in the world... ever!
My good pals, brother and sister team Rachael and John Hewer, have produced such stage successes as official tributes to missing 'Hancock's Half Hour' and the beloved Tommy Cooper.
The official website for my dear chum, covering all his work from pop singing and the Carry Ons to Broadway success and Harry Potter.
Website for composer and musician John Garden, including information on his landmark score for the 1925 silent film classic The Lost World.
The official home for popular 'Doctor Who' actor, John Levene. Learn all about Sergeant Benton, as well as John's many other credits from 'The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes' to 'Carry On Laughing'.
'The Columbo of the Entertainment World' and a thoroughly decent chap.
The official celebration of Stan and Babe, with oodles of photographs, clips and love for the world's best-loved comedians.
The official site for actress and writer Linda Regan with full details of her thrilling detective stories 'Behind You!' and 'Passion Killers'; as well as information on her performances in 'Hi-De-Hi', the Carry Ons and much more besides!
The official, family-ran tribute to Lon Snr. and Lon Jnr.; two of my favourite actors. Beware the moon...and beware the Lon shop, you're bound to want to buy a wolfman key-ring!
The official site for the 20th century icon of James Bond and Carry On. Margaret's career from 'Bus Stop' on stage to 'Steptoe and Son' on screen is detailed and you can buy signed prints of her original artwork.
Indulge in some fun with the Pure Gold of Music Hall; the Cheeky Chappie himself. And why not join the Appreciation Society. There'll Never Be Another you know...all right Vic!
The official site for singer-songwriter-comic genius Mitch Benn. I have been a fan since Mitch did the unthinkable and upstaged Neil Innes at a gig years ago. Such a fan boy am I that I even pop up in Mitch's 'Proud of the BBC' video. You can see it here
The official home of those pioneering Monty Python boys...even the one that has ceased to be!
The national vault for our finest purveyors of funny. Marvel at the artefacts, grab a beer and take in a show!
Without doubt, the providers of the very best DVDs for the discerning lover of British film and television, you can stock up on rare classics from The Goodies, Frankie Howerd, Sid James, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Ealing Studios. I basically give them all my earnings!
Launched to mark the hit ITV situation comedy's 40th anniversary in 2009, this is the ultimate tribute to Stan, Jack, Blakey and all at the depot. The whole world should drive like Reg Varney!
The official website for the glamorous Hollywood legend of such timeless films as The Spiral Staircase, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court and Gunfight at the OK Corral. Includes a profile of her life and work and an excellent online shop.
A production company for new documentaries, you can also pick up DVDs of rare film classics starring the likes of Sid James, Kenneth Connor and Hylda Baker.
Bristol's Silent Comedy Film Festival is an essential salute to the world's finest physical comedians, with loyal support from Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie, Terry Jones, Barry Cryer, Neil Innes, Paul McGann and many more, including me!
Engrossing tribute to the unsung British film studios: the home of such classics as Colonel March Investigates and the ultimate Sid James drama, Escape By Night.
A fun site that salutes the unique genius of Stanley Unwin with a fitting section on Carry On Regardless and rightful praise for the unfairly neglected Gerry Anderson classic, 'The Secret Service'.
The official site for Christopher Strauli, best remembered for 'Only When I Laugh' and 'Raffles'. Candid memories and a fine archive of photographs and theatre playbills.
Website for inspirational Life Strategist Suzannah Galland who was an invaluable assistance to me during work and promotion for my Marty Feldman biography.
The official site for the 'funniest living Englishman' complete with a shop and a silly walk interactive section!
Named after the nightclub featured in Carry On At Your Convenience this is an exuberant tribute to the series. Includes a fascinating 'then and now' location guide and an energetic forum.
Nyuck! Nyuck! Nyuck! The official home of the masters of violent comedy, Shemp, Joe and Curly Joe are also celebrated here. Quite right too. An outrageously addictive store too. Why I oughtta...
The official site for comedian, actor, writer and dear chum. An encyclopedia of television and stage, he is basically 'Spotlight' with a winning personality.
The legendary star of improvisation favourite Whose Line is it Anyway? is finally on-line! Browse through memories and photos of Tony's career; and keep up to date with his forthcoming stage appearances.
The official site for the Carry On, Hammer Films and James Bond babe who is still one of the sexiest ladies ever to grace British cinema.
The official website for British cinema's "Pocket Venus", Vera's career ranges from the Hammer classic Quatermass II to Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and Two-Smoking Barrels, and along the way she has worked with everyone from Sid James to Laurence Olivier.
Wes Butters: broadcaster, writer, wit and dear friend of mine. But... why must he be so talented and young!! ;-)