The Two Ronnies Season 3
S03 E01Sep 27, 1973
Episode 1 Sep 27, 1973 Sketches include about shouting in a library, going for a driving test, we find out how to care for the sick, Ronnie tells us how things are going on the home front, and we see the main production, which is called Colditz. The performances in this episode are by Pan's People, who perform a dance routine, and the singer Dana.
S03 E02Oct 11, 1973
Episode 2 Oct 11, 1973 Sketches are a visit to the doctor where you get more than you expect, we see a magic ring, there is a routine set in a pub, we find out hot to get married, two old men from the services reminisce, Ronnie gives us some parish news, and the main production this week is Star Trek. The performances in this episode are by Pan's People, who perform a dance routine, and the group Design.
S03 E03Oct 25, 1973
Episode 3 Oct 25, 1973 Sketches include a visit to the tourist office of a country behind the iron curtain, there is an explanation about symbols used on television, there is a visit to the Limerick Clinic for a bad back, there is performance by a guitar duo, we hear that Ronnie's wife has won two competitions, and the main production this week is The Regiment, which is set in Rawlpore, India. The performances in this episode are by Pan's People, who perform a dance routine to "Yesterday", and the singer Elaine Delmar.
S03 E04Nov 8, 1973
Episode 4 Nov 8, 1973 Sketches include a visit to the psychiatrist, we have Consumer's Corner with Boffo products, there is a home visit by the police, there are the tryouts to be a news reader, Ronnie tells us about last night's producer's party, and the main production this week is The Onedin Line. The performances in this episode are by Pan's People, who perform a dance routine to "Johnny B Goode", and the group Blue Mink.
S03 E05Nov 22, 1973
Episode 5 Nov 22, 1973 Sketches include a visit to a pub where jealousy is a problem, we learn how to build a garden shed, there's an attempt at a protection racket that doesn't quite go as planned, the au pair returns, there is a problem in business, Ronnie tells us about a date, a man tries to get through customs, and the main production this week is Jason King. The performances in this episode are by Pan's People, who perform a dance routine, and the The New Seekers sing "We've Got to Do it Now".
S03 E06Dec 6, 1973
Episode 6 Dec 6, 1973 Sketches include a rather interesting job interview, a visit to the cinema, a psychological experiment, we see an episode of Owen M.D., we learn a bit about mind reading, Ronnie tells us a bit more about his life and we hear some songs from Big Jim Jehosophat and Fat-Belly Jones. The performance in this episode is by magician Finn Jon.
S03 E07Dec 20, 1973
Episode 7 Dec 20, 1973 Sketches include a party with a practical joke, there is message from the government about the water shortage, a sketch about trying to explain something, there is a problem at the pub, we see Screen Evergreen No. 38 "During the Ball", Ronnie tells us how the audience viewing figures are compiled and, finally, there is an episode of "Upstairs Downstairs". The performances in this episode are a dance by Pan's People and a medley by Tony Orlando & Dawn.
S03 E08Jan 3, 1974
The Two Ronnies' Old-Fashioned Christmas Mystery Jan 3, 1974 Sketches include a rather unusual Galloshnian restaurant, a presenter who has to commentate on various television events from the studio, one day in a spy agency with a new recruit, Ronnie tells us about his nautical experience, and finally we are entertained by "The Short & Fat Minstrel Show". The performances in this episode are a dance routine by Pan's People and a song by Clodagh Rodgers.
The Two Ronnies' Old-Fashioned Christmas Mystery Dinner at the house of Messr.s Barker and Corbett, but, oh no! someone's stolen the Christmas Turkey! It'll take a brilliant mind and loyal companions to aid the capture of this thief.Too bad all they've got is Piggy Malone.Featuring several News items of interest, some wonderfully choreographed dancing, and a brilliant compilation of the new works by a duo called Sullivan and Gilbert performed by our oh so generous hosts.