A hilarious stand-up showcase of some of comedy's all-time greats including Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler, Dave Attell and many more! Watch these comic headliners perform their original material on stage from the best seat in the house.
Hollywood Greats was a BBC Television series, which began in 1977. The film critic Barry Norman wrote and narrated a series of in depth profiles on major Hollywood film personalities, in which he interviewed surviving associates. He later made a series called British Greats in 1980. A series of books, entitled The Hollywood Greats, The Movie Greats and The British Greats, which were authored by Norman were subsequently published. A series of the same name was later presented by Jonathan Ross from 1999 to 2006.
Aunties All-Time Greats was a television programme broadcast in 1996 and honoured many long-time entertainers and artistes who had been associated with the BBC in its 60 year history. The show was hosted by Michael Parkinson and was made up of special guest appearances, clips from old programmes and highlighted the special input made by various stars as they were awarded with "Aunties" which were statuettes based upon the famous full-size statue that stands in the centre of Television Centre in London. This programmes was notable for being the last television appearance of Ernie Wise who, together with Eric's wife Joan, collected an award for best double act; it also featured appearances from the Two Ronnies and was an evening of nostalgia to mark the corporation's milestone anniversary