The classic BBC Comedy series starring Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett. Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett were an unlikely comedy team but their talents complemented each other perfectly in a series which would run for 16 years and become part of British television history. From their introduction, "And in a packed programme tonight..." to the "Goodnight from him", viewers would savour the familiar features - the opening and closing news items, the party sketches, the doctor's surgery set pieces, Ronnie Barker's word-play speeches, the rambling monologues from Ronnie Corbett and some magnificent musical pastiches. This sixth series was broadcast between November 1977 and January 1978 and contains some of the duo's best sketches and songs. Among these eight episodes you will find Ronnie Barker's truly brilliant appeal for the Relief of Suffers from Pismronunciation, the marvellous Opticians sketch where Ronnie Corbett reads the furniture, as well as some of their best musical finales including the Welsh Male Voice Choir, the Hinge and Brackett parody - Ball and Socket - and the hilarious sight of the Two Ronnies as majorettes. The series also featured the Piggy Malone/Charley Farley serial Stop! You're Killing Me and regular appearances by the Nolans.