Some will hate this but to those of a certain age this is hysterically funny, as simple as that. If you find "camp" humour offensive (or should that be "deeply offensive") you might want to give this a miss and don't go near "It ain't half hot mum", "Allo, allo", "Are you being served", Julian Clary etc. In fact you should probably avoid anything that describes itself as humour or comedy as it will just upset you.
The first time I've found a collection with - as far as I can tell - all of the sketches present. A previous collection I owned missed off Bona Law :( In context it's as important a piece of work as any of the comedy/satirical broadcasts of the time and more importantly still funny.
Just what I wanted , at long last , the complete Julian and Sandy on CD . As a teenager in 1967 I used to listen each week with our family. Bold !! My father , ex RAF Lancaster pilot, thought the series brilliant and as a part time am-dram actor ( after a day teaching ) knew several characters of a similar ilk ! Thanks for a brilliant reminder of real , definitely not PC , comedy which will be treasured for ever . Cheers , Martin Robinson