Benny leads off with "Flying South", then shows examples of "Shameful Moments of Sport"; musical performances by guests Petticoat and Vine ("Welcome to the World of Love and Laughter") and Kiki Dee ("You've Made Me So Very Happy"); two couples swap partners in "Henry and Alice and Bob and Mary"; more examples of TV bloopers; a look at crime in Britain; an unsuccessful actor tries to woo a married woman behind her old husband's back in "Love Will Find a Way"; and for the close, "Top of the Tops" with Benny impersonating Jimmy Savile, Tony Blackburn, and many of the musical acts. Written by
Did You Know?
Though Benny performed a song called "The Dustbins of Your Mind", in the guise of Bobbie Gentry
, during the "Top of the Tops" sketch, this is not the same song as that which he performed on the opening of his 25 October 1972 show (Episode #4.1). See more
In the Papers
Written and Performed by Benny Hill See more