The BBC series of The Morecambe and Wise Show was one of the most popular television series ever and represented the legendary comic duo at the height of their powers. In their magnificent sketches, musical numbers and magical tomfoolery, they would captivate an audience of millions and leave a thousand hilarious memories. In 1974, Ernest Maxin succeeded John Ammonds as producer/director, their former song and dance man continuing the duo's gradual transition from intimate sketch comedy to spectacular musical comedy. But Maxin was not about to change the formula of stage banter, guest ridicule, life in the flat and mock plays that had made them the nation's favourite entertainers. This series features the Mastermind sketch, Eric in Glam, the surprise return of Andre Previn, Hughie Green taking Ernie onto Opportunity Knocks, a talk-in with a young David Dimbleby, the Bard of Harpenden, Ernies Lost Love and - Not now Arthur!