Win vintage BBC comedies | Featuring Terry Scott, Hugh Bonneville and more

Win vintage BBC comedies

Featuring Terry Scott, Hugh Bonneville and more

A bundle of vintage BBC comedies have just been released on DVD featuring a cast as diverse as Terry Scott, Anita Dobson and Hugh Bonneville.

And we have three prizes, each comprising all three titles, to give away.

The shows are:

An Actor's Life For Me: Starring John Gordon Sinclair from Gregory's Girl as a struggling actor, with Gina McKee as his girlfriend and Victor Spinetti as his agent. Written by The Vicar of Dibley's co-writer Paul Mayhew-Archer, and based on a Radio4 series, it originally aired in 1991.

Hugh And I: A long running black-and-white sitcom,which aired 79 episodes from 1962 to 1968. Terry Scott and Hugh Lloyd play two friends trying to make easy money from hare-brained schemes. Are You Being Served?'s Mollie Sugden also features in this DVD, covering the first two seasons.

Get Well Soon is a six-part sitcom, co-created by writing legend Ray Galton, and based on his time in a tuberculosis sanatorium, where he met his creative partner Alan Simpson in 1947. Originally airing on BBC One in 1997, it features an all-star cast including Eddie Marsan, Hugh Bonneville, Anita Dobson and Robert Bathurst. Galton wrote this show with another comedy veteran, John Antrobus.

To stand a chance of winning one of our prize packs – which has a combined rrp of £70 – courtesy of Simply Media, just answer the following question by midnight on September 28, after which we will randomly select the winners from all correct answers received. Usual terms and conditions apply.

With whom did Terry Scott star in Terry and June?

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Published: 14 Sep 2015

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