'The Worm That Turned' is perhaps the most famous of The Two Ronnies' serials. It needs no introduction to fans of the show. Over the years we've been given various 'behind the scenes' photographs from this serial, but this time we've actually gone and tracked down some of the locations ourselves! Filmed largely in the … Continue reading On Location: The Worm That Turned
We're currently compiling and researching information regards The Two Ronnies' stage shows in 1978 & 1983. We have LOTS of fabulous newly discovered pictures, articles and footage to show you. We want to hear from anyone who remembers seeing the shows, worked backstage, or anyone involved in any way with the performances! Were you there? … Continue reading Did You See The Two Ronnies’ Stage Show?
(You can view other behind the scenes photos we've unearthed by clicking the following links; part one here and part two here ) It's incredibly hard to come by original 'behind the scenes' photographs of filming for The Two Ronnies. But we are spoilt for choice when it comes to their classic serial 'The Worm That Turned.' Definitely … Continue reading The Worm That Turned Rare Filming Photos PART 3
We've been given these rather fantastic photographs taken behind the scenes of the Series 8 serial 'Band Of Slaves' - one of the infamous Piggy Malone & Charley Farley stories. Paul Rushworth - who has kindly given us permission to use them - explains; 'back in the late 1980's my parents worked as magicians on … Continue reading Unseen Series 9 ‘Band Of Slaves’ Serial Filming Photographs Discovered
Earlier in the year, we were given some very rare photographs taken behind the scenes of the infamous Two Ronnies serial 'The Worm That Turned,' from their 1981 series. You can view those photographs right here. We've recently unearthed this previously unseen photograph (below) - owned by Nick Pike (the young man in the bottom … Continue reading ‘The Worm That Turned’ Rare Filming Photos PART 2
This rare TV advert from 1984 starring Ronnie Barker has just come to light. The advert can be viewed here (Ronnie Barker starts off in typical form - behind a newsdesk!) Starring Ronnie B in two guises - first as a newsreader, then as a weather reporter. Both small parts fall very easily into the … Continue reading Ronnie Barker 1984 AA Ad Discovered
Anyone familiar with Ronnie Barker's work will undoubtedly be able to name his two most popular sitcoms - 'Porridge,' and 'Open All Hours.' But a sitcom made right at the end of his career in 1988 - 'Clarence,' - is often overlooked. To be honest, it didn't strike the nation in the same way the … Continue reading FILMING LOCATION – Ronnie Barker ‘Clarence’