One of the triumvirate of Frost programmes that dominated ITV weekends in the late 1960's and early '70's, 'Frost on Sunday' concerned itself with the lighter end of the entertainment spectrum. Made at a time when David Frost was hosting a chat show in the US and then jetting back to the UK to do three shows over the weekend, 'Frost on Sunday' concentrates this energy into fifty minutes worth of light entertainment featuring numerous sketches from Ronnie Corbett, Ronnie Barker - who won a BAFTA for best Light Entertainment Performance - and Josephine Tewson (the latter two fresh from their stint on Hark at Barker). Amongst the shows many guests are Rolf Harris, Matt Monro, Michael Bentine, Des O'Connor, Ted Ray, Kenneth Williams, Vincent Price and Michael Palin as Julie Andrews (aka L. F. Dibley). A number of editions of 'Frost on Sunday' no longer exist - this set includes the first show from 1968, while the remainder of the shows come from the second series which was made in 1970. The second series includes that year's British Film and Television Awards, featuring Laurence Olivier, Morecambe and Wise, Marty Feldman and John Alderton with the Fenn Street Gang (in character!).