"Penetrating look back at the multi-talented Bob Monkhouse"07 August 201047 mins
A tribute to Bob Monkhouse which includes previously unseen material from his personal archive and interviews with family and friends, including his daughter, manager and co-stars. The programme is a genial trip down memory lane remembering Monkhouse, one of the UK's best-loved showmen, who kept us entertained for half a century right up until his death in 2003. There's no shortage of clips from his old shows like The Golden Shot and Opportunity Knocks, and from his stand-up routines. Here, his showbiz friends and family members look back at Bob's great contribution to the British showbiz scene.
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