Relive the early days of Spike Milligan's madcap comedy series. Get set for a hilarious stop-motion standing still race, meet Jehovah's burglars, converse with the Queen's chicken, engage with highly dubious, diplomatically immune Arab sheiks, and take the disaster holiday of a lifetime with Bermuda Triangle Tours. Rarely seen surviving episodes of the 1969 series Q5 feature seasoned satirists John Wells and Richard Ingrams, Fanny Carby as the prototype sexy foil, and the guest voice of Harry Secombe trapped inside an elephant. As the show resumes in 1975 and 1978 with Q6 and Q7, Spike and John Bluthal are joined by Peter Jones, Bob Todd, Chris Langham, John 'it's the little things that count' Rappaport and a busty and barely clad Julia Breck. Bawdiness and borderline bad taste prevail, mixed in with musical numbers by Ed Welch, Alan Clare, Spike himself and other star performers. Gloriously frivolous and edgy gags and sketches from an undisputed comedy genius and his faithful cohorts.