Most Popular Titles With Kenny Everett
2. This Is Your Life (1969–2003)
25 min | Documentary, Biography
Eamonn Andrews (later Michael Aspel) surprises celebrities by presenting them with the Big Red Book before taking them into the studio to tell viewers the story of their life, featuring ... See full summary »
7. Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984)
R | 92 min | Horror, Comedy
Six scientists arrive at the creepy Headstone Manor to investigate a strange phenomena which was the site of a mysterious massacre years earlier where 18 guests were killed in one night. It... See full summary »
11. Children in Need (1980– )
The annual BBC telethon, for its own charity for children. Every BBC local and national radio and TV station gets involved. Your only chance to see Auntie Beeb's top newsreaders and ... See full summary »
17. The Kenny Everett Video Cassette (1978–1981)
30 min | Comedy, Music
This show featured music set to imagery, just prior to MTV. Most of it was concert footage though some had effects and a theme. It had a choreography segment featuring dancers known as "Hot Gossip".
19. Celebrity Squares (1975–1997)
30 min | Comedy, Family, Game-Show
British version of "Hollywood Squares" with nine celebrities of varying stature arranged in a grid and answering questions from host Bob Monkhouse to win prizes for one of two contestants. ... See full summary »
30. Comic Relief (1988 TV Special)
450 min | Comedy
The first night of Comic Relief on Red Nose day 1988 hosted by Lenny 'Nice Suit' Henry and Griff 'Stupid Hat' Rhys Jones. Participants managed to raise over 15 million pounds for charity projects in Britain and Africa.
Writers: Jasper Carrott, Richard Curtis, Ben Elton, Harry Enfield, Maurice Gran, Gareth Hale, Lenny Henry, Laurence Marks, Norman Pace, Victoria Wood | Stars: Lenny Henry, Griff Rhys Jones, Mark Arden, Rowan Atkinson
35. 25 B.C.: The Best of 25 Years of Billy Connolly (1992 Video)
A retrospective on Billy Connolly's 25 years as one of Britain's top comedians, featuring clips from many of his TV appearances mixed with new footage.
41. The Wrecking Season (2004)
Nick Darke, who comes from a long line of beachcombers ("wreckers", to use the Cornish term), traces the origins of all the items that he has discovered during one stormy winter while ... See full summary »