List of ChuckleVision episodes

ChuckleVision was a British television entertainment programme starring The Chuckle Brothers.[1]

Series 1 (1987)

# Original Airdate Title
1 – 1.126 September 1987"Breakfast Telly"
2 – 1.23 October 1987"Dance"
3 – 1.310 October 1987"Sport"
4 – 1.417 October 1987"Movies"
5 – 1.524 October 1987"Fitness"
6 – 1.631 October 1987"Halloween Special"
7 – 1.77 November 1987"Antiques"
8 – 1.814 November 1987"Travel"
9 – 1.921 November 1987"Fashion"
10 – 1.1028 November 1987"Magic"
11 – 1.115 December 1987"D.I.Y"
12 – 1.1212 December 1987"Open Ear"
13 – 1.1319 December 1987"Traditional Christmas"

This series was released onto DVD in October 2011.[2] It was rereleased in July 2016.[3]

Series 2 (1988–1989)

# Original Airdate Title
14 – 2.119 November 1988"Clean Up"
15 – 2.226 November 1988"Australia"
16 – 2.33 December 1988"Nature Watch"
17 – 2.410 December 1988"Music"
18 – 2.517 December 1988"Hobbies"
19 – 2.624 December 1988"Christmas Special"
20 – 2.77 January 1989"Farming"
21 – 2.814 January 1989"U.F.O"
22 – 2.921 January 1989"Invention"
23 – 2.1028 January 1989"Hi-Tech"
24 – 2.114 February 1989"Puppets"
25 – 2.1211 February 1989"Fishing"
26 – 2.1318 February 1989"Circus"

This series was released onto DVD in October 2012.[4] It was rereleased in August 2016.[5]

Series 3 (1989–1990)

# Original Airdate Title
27 – 3.12 December 1989"Stand and Deliver"
28 – 3.29 December 1989"Parks and Wreck-Reactions"
29 – 3.316 December 1989"Stop That World...!"
30 – 3.423 December 1989"Home Helpless"
31 – 3.530 December 1989"Shipshape Less"
32 – 3.66 January 1990"Window Wind-Ups"
33 – 3.713 January 1990"Trouble In Store"
34 – 3.820 January 1990"Poster Pranks"
35 – 3.927 January 1990"On the Move"
36 – 3.103 February 1990"Car Carnage"
37 – 3.1110 February 1990"Hotel Hostilities"
38 – 3.1217 February 1990"Cabbies and Chips"
39 – 3.1324 February 1990"Cycle Crazy"
  • Episode 11, "Hotel Hostilities", was the first appearance of "No Slacking", a character played by Paul and Barry's real life brother Jimmy Patton of the Patton Brothers.
  • This series was released onto DVD in April 2017.[6][7]

Series 4 (1991)

# Original Airdate Title
40 – 4.121 September 1991"Plumb Crazy"
41 – 4.228 September 1991"Cafe Chuckles"
42 – 4.35 October 1991"The Perils of Porters"
43 – 4.412 October 1991"Telephone Traumas"
44 – 4.519 October 1991"Goofy Golfers"
45 – 4.626 October 1991"Market Forces"
46 – 4.72 November 1991"The Great Outdoors" Last time the original intro theme was used
47 – 4.89 November 1991"Bowl-Derdash"
48 – 4.916 November 1991"Careless Caretakers"
49 – 4.1023 November 1991"Carpet Capers"
50 – 4.1130 November 1991"Shore Thing"
51 – 4.127 December 1991"In the Doghouse"
52 – 4.1314 December 1991"On the Trail"
53 – 4.1421 December 1991"Oddball Inventors"
54 – 4.1528 December 1991"Movie Moguls"

Series 5 (1992–1993)

# Original Airdate Title
55 – 5.126 September 1992"Caravan Capers"
56 – 5.23 October 1992"Crimebusters"
57 – 5.310 October 1992"Up in the Air"
58 – 5.417 October 1992"Ducks and Grouses"
59 – 5.524 October 1992"A Lazy Day"
60 – 5.631 October 1992"Rock a Bye Baby"
61 – 5.77 November 1992"In the Ring"
62 – 5.814 November 1992"Romany Days"
63 – 5.921 November 1992"On the Radio"
64 – 5.1028 November 1992"Rich for a Day"
65 – 5.115 December 1992"Runners and Riders"
66 – 5.1212 December 1992"Wrong Number"
67 – 5.1319 December 1992"The Art Dealers"
68 – 5.1426 December 1992"Spooks and Gardens"
69 – 5.152 January 1993"Minibus Madness"

Series 6 (1994)

# Original Airdate Title
70 – 6.18 January 1994"Under Lock and Key"
71 – 6.215 January 1994"Gala Performance"
72 – 6.322 January 1994"Pizza the Action"
73 – 6.429 January 1994"Mystery Tour"
74 – 6.55 February 1994"The Bells"
75 – 6.612 February 1994"Party Planners"
76 – 6.719 February 1994"Men in White Coats"
77 – 6.826 February 1994"Mind Over Marrow"
78 – 6.95 March 1994"Headline News"
79 – 6.1012 March 1994"Time Travellers"
80 – 6.1119 March 1994"Treasures of the Deep"
81 – 6.1226 March 1994"Airport Assistance"
82 – 6.132 April 1994"Grand Hotel"
83 – 6.149 April 1994"Chucklemart"
84 – 6.1516 April 1994"Record Breakers"

Series 7 (1995)

# Original Airdate Title
85 – 7.17 January 1995"Spilt Milk"
86 – 7.214 January 1995"The Hunt for Chalky White"
87 – 7.321 January 1995"Not In Our Back Yard"
88 – 7.428 January 1995"Another Fine Ness" (or "Loch Ness")
89 – 7.54 February 1995"Power Play"
90 – 7.611 February 1995"Health Farm"
91 – 7.718 February 1995"A Clean Sweep"
92 – 7.825 February 1995"The Missing Piece"
93 – 7.94 March 1995"The Barge"
94 – 7.1011 March 1995"Pick Your Own"
95 – 7.1118 March 1995"Final Frontier"
96 – 7.1225 March 1995"My Lucky Number’s Nine"
97 – 7.131 April 1995"Clueless Chuckles"
98 – 7.148 April 1995"What’s Cooking?"
99 – 7.1515 April 1995"Monkery Business"
  • Episode 2, "The Hunt for Chalky White" was the first appearance of "Getoutofit" played by Paul and Barry's real life brother Brian Patton of the Patton Brothers.

Series 8 (1995–1996)

# Original Airdate Title
100 – 8.120 December 1995"The Exterminators"
101 – 8.22 January 1996"Monkey Business"
102 – 8.39 January 1996"Marquee Madness"
103 – 8.416 January 1996"Out of Sight"
104 – 8.523 January 1996"Football Heroes"
105 – 8.630 January 1996"Chucklestein"
106 – 8.76 February 1996"Oh Brother"
107 – 8.813 February 1996"Lottery Lunacy" Note: An episode of Bodger & Badger with the same title aired 8 days earlier.
108 – 8.920 February 1996"Lock In"
109 – 8.1027 February 1996"Charm School"
110 – 8.115 March 1996"Traction Attraction"
111 – 8.1212 March 1996"Finders Keepers"
112 – 8.1319 March 1996"Costa Lotta"
113 – 8.1426 March 1996"Dear Diary"
114 – 8.1529 March 1996"Steeple Chucks"

Series 9 (1996–1997)

# Original Airdate Title
115 – 9.14 December 1996"Bats in the Belfry"
116 – 9.211 December 1996"High Jinx"
117 – 9.318 December 1996"Chuckles In Charge"
118 – 9.48 January 1997"Digging for Dinosaurs"
119 – 9.515 January 1997"Wheels of Misfortune"
120 – 9.622 January 1997"Paint Drips"
121 – 9.729 January 1997"The Big Day"
122 – 9.85 February 1997"Loch Aye"
123 – 9.912 February 1997"Lord Chuckle"
124 – 9.1019 February 1997"Oh Dear What Can the Mattress Be?"
125 – 9.1126 February 1997"Shipwrecked"
126 – 9.125 March 1997"Put Up Job"
127 – 9.1312 March 1997"Tailor’s Dummies"
128 – 9.1419 March 1997"Clowning Around"
129 – 9.1526 March 1997"Kidnapped"

Series 10 (1997–1998)

# Original Airdate Title
130 – 10.117 December 1997"The Perils of Petrovich"
131 – 10.27 January 1998"Gold Rush"
132 – 10.314 January 1998"New Pages"
133 – 10.421 January 1998"Outward Bounders"
134 – 10.528 January 1998"The Shout"
135 – 10.64 February 1998"Flat Broke"
136 – 10.711 February 1998"Safari Park Keepers"
137 – 10.818 February 1998"Stop That Stamp"
138 – 10.925 February 1998"A Night at the Theatre"
139 – 10.104 March 1998"Auto-Manics"
140 – 10.1111 March 1998"Indiana Chuckles"
141 – 10.1218 March 1998"Sleepwalker"
142 – 10.1325 March 1998"Bigfoot"
143 – 10.141 April 1998"Waiting for Dan"
144 – 10.152 April 1998"The Gathering"

Series 11 (1998–1999)

# Original Airdate Title
145 – 11.122 December 1998"Breakdown"
146 – 11.223 December 1998"Garden Pests"
147 – 11.36 January 1999"Matchstick Men"
148 – 11.413 January 1999"One Man and His Barry"
149 – 11.520 January 1999"Brothers In Law"
150 – 11.627 January 1999"Brazil Nuts"
151 – 11.73 February 1999"Chairmen Chuckles"
152 – 11.810 February 1999"Stargazing"
153 – 11.917 February 1999"All At Sea"
154 – 11.1024 February 1999"Getting the Bird"
155 – 11.113 March 1999"Chuckle and Hide"
156 – 11.1210 March 1999"Mountain Excitement"
157 – 11.1317 March 1999"Optical Illusions"
158 – 11.1424 March 1999"In the Soup"
Special – 11.X26 March 1999"Comic Relief Special"
159 – 11.1531 March 1999"King of the Castle"

Series 12 (1999–2000)

# Original Airdate Title
160 – 12.121 December 1999"No Pets Allowed"
161 – 12.222 December 1999"Lotta Bottle"
162 – 12.35 January 2000"Spaced Out"
163 – 12.412 January 2000"Well Suited"
164 – 12.519 January 2000"King of the Mill"
165 – 12.626 January 2000"The Maltby Falcon"
166 – 12.72 February 2000"Mayor Today, Gone Tomorrow"
167 – 12.89 February 2000"Where’s Auntie?"
168 – 12.916 February 2000"Out for the Count"
169 – 12.1023 February 2000"Fete Accompli"
170 – 12.111 March 2000"Double Trouble"
171 – 12.128 March 2000"Watch the Birdie"
172 – 12.1315 March 2000"Food For Fort"
173 – 12.1422 March 2000"The Real Dan"
174 – 12.1529 March 2000"The Good, the Bad, and the Chuckles"

These episodes were originally twenty minutes long, however in 2004 the BBC edited them down to 15 minutes.

Series 13 (2000–2001)

# Original Airdate Title
175 – 13.119 December 2000"Lollipop, Lollipop"
176 – 13.220 December 2000"Dim Waiters"
177 – 13.33 January 2001"Wrong Number"
178 – 13.410 January 2001"Fowl Play"
179 – 13.517 January 2001"Prize Exhibits"
180 – 13.624 January 2001"Cousins At War"
181 – 13.731 January 2001"Lets Get Quizzical"
182 – 13.87 February 2001"Knights to Remember"
183 – 13.914 February 2001"Buzz Off"
184 – 13.1021 February 2001"Hairs Apparent"
185 – 13.1128 February 2001"Grounds for Complaint"
186 – 13.127 March 2001"Lost and Floundering"
187 – 13.1314 March 2001"Ghillie Me, Ghillie You"
188 – 13.1421 March 2001"Send In the Clones"
189 – 13.1528 March 2001"Silence Is Golden"^

^This episode is the only silent ChuckleVision episode in the entire series.
These episodes were originally twenty minutes long, however in 2004 the BBC edited them down to 15 minutes.

Series 14 (2002)

# Original Airdate Title
190 – 14.12 January 2002"Safe and Sound"
191 – 14.29 January 2002"Trouble At the Mill"
192 – 14.316 January 2002"Flat and Apartmental"
193 – 14.423 January 2002"On the Hoof"
194 – 14.530 January 2002"Out of This World"
195 – 14.66 February 2002"All Clued Up"
196 – 14.713 February 2002"Chips That Pass In the Night"
197 – 14.820 February 2002"Mission Implausible"
198 – 14.927 February 2002"Barry the Spider"
199 – 14.106 March 2002"The Hidden Genius"
200 – 14.1113 March 2002"Run Robot Run"
201 – 14.1220 March 2002"Do As You Are Bid"
202 – 14.1327 March 2002"That Ol’ Chuckle Magic"
203 – 14.143 April 2002"The Men From the Monastery"
204 – 14.1510 April 2002"A Change In the Weather"

Series 15 (2002–2003)

2002 Christmas Specials

# Original Airdate Title
205 – 15.124–25 December 2002"Messy Xmas"
206 – 15.224–25 December 2002"Christmas Chuckle"

These two episodes were supposed to be shown back to back as a double bill on Christmas Eve 2002. Unfortunately, due to a mix up, "Messy Xmas" was shown twice by mistake. The CBBC Channel later played the double bill with the episodes in the correct order.

The Series

# Original Airdate Title
207 – 15.33 January 2003"Keeping It Under Wraps"
208 – 15.410 January 2003"In A Class of Their Own"
209 – 15.517 January 2003"Magnetic Distraction – Part 1"
210 – 15.624 January 2003"Magnetic Distraction – Part 2"
211 – 15.731 January 2003"Magnetic Distraction – Part 3"
212 – 15.87 February 2003"On Your Pike"
213 – 15.914 February 2003"Bookshop Chuckles"
214 – 15.1021 February 2003"Music of Time"
215 – 15.1128 February 2003"The Purple Pimple – Kidnap"
216 – 15.127 March 2003"The Purple Pimple – Mutiny"
217 – 15.1314 March 2003"The Purple Pimple – Escape"
218 – 15.1421 March 2003"Storm In A Teashop"
219 – 15.1528 March 2003"War of the Hoses"

Series 16 (2004)

# Original Airdate Title
220 – 16.19 January 2004"For Peat’s Sake"
221 – 16.216 January 2004"No Getting Away"
222 – 16.323 January 2004"On the Verge"
223 – 16.430 January 2004"Incredible Shrinking Barry – Part 1"
224 – 16.56 February 2004"Incredible Shrinking Barry – Part 2"
225 – 16.613 February 2004"Which Witch Is Which?"
226 – 16.720 February 2004"Bedlam and Breakfast"
227 – 16.827 February 2004"Mocha Ado About Nothing"
228 – 16.95 March 2004"The Return of the Purple Pimple"
229 – 16.1012 March 2004"The Whole Tooth"
230 – 16.1119 March 2004"Cross Country Chuckles"
231 – 16.1226 March 2004"Can of Worms"
232 – 16.132 April 2004"Bringing Home Dan"
233 – 16.1416 April 2004"Paul of the Ring"
234 – 16.1523 April 2004"Sherlock Chuckle"

Series 17 (2005)

# Original Airdate Title
235 – 17.16 January 2005"Crocodile McChuckle"
236 – 17.213 January 2005"A Job Well Done"
237 – 17.320 January 2005"Who’s Minding the Store?"
238 – 17.427 January 2005"Funny Money"
239 – 17.53 February 2005"The Chuckle and the Pea"
240 – 17.610 February 2005"The Vengeful Viking"
241 – 17.717 February 2005"Grande Fromage"
242 – 17.824 February 2005"Pride and Prejudice"
243 – 17.93 March 2005"Highway Robbery"
244 – 17.1010 March 2005"Smugglers"
245 – 17.1117 March 2005"The Real Purple Pimple"
246 – 17.1224 March 2005"The Lift"
247 – 17.1331 March 2005"The Diva"
248 – 17.147 April 2005"Let Them Beat Cake"
249 – 17.1514 April 2005"One’s Bitten, Two’s Shy"

Series 18 (2006)

# Original Airdate Title
250 – 18.16 March 2006"Barryella"
251 – 18.27 March 2006"Off the Cuff"
252 – 18.38 March 2006"Skipshape"
253 – 18.49 March 2006"Don’t Lose Your Rag"
254 – 18.510 March 2006"Alien Antics"
255 – 18.613 March 2006"Sushi and Sumo"
256 – 18.714 March 2006"Oompah Oompah"
257 – 18.815 March 2006"Pretty Polly"
258 – 18.916 March 2006"Tennis Menace"
259 – 18.1017 March 2006"Hippy Isle"
260 – 18.1120 March 2006"Caterpillar Crisis"
261 – 18.1221 March 2006"Chuck Bodgers"
262 – 18.1322 March 2006"The Picnic"
263 – 18.1423 March 2006"Cable Fable"
264 – 18.1524 March 2006"In A Pickle"

Series 19 (2007)

# Original Airdate Title
265 – 19.15 February 2007"Et Tu Chuckle"
266 – 19.26 February 2007"Spook When You’re Spooken To"
267 – 19.37 February 2007"Big Break"
268 – 19.48 February 2007"Henry VIII and his 5th Chuckle"
269 – 19.59 February 2007"Strictly Chuckle"
270 – 19.612 February 2007"Sherwood Chuckle"
271 – 19.713 February 2007"Oil’s Well That Ends Well"
272 – 19.814 February 2007"In-Console-Able"
273 – 19.915 February 2007"Our Latest Model"
274 – 19.1016 February 2007"Tomorrow’s News"
275 – 19.1119 March 2007"Pandamonium"
276 – 19.1220 March 2007"A Case for the Chuckles"
277 – 19.1321 March 2007"Driving Ambition"
278 – 19.1422 March 2007"Muscling In"
279 – 19.1523 March 2007"Hanging Round"

Series 20 (2008)

# Original Airdate Title
280 – 20.128 January 2008"Mind Your Manors"
281 – 20.229 January 2008"I Scream Men"
282 – 20.330 January 2008"Super Heroes, Super Zeroes"
283 – 20.431 January 2008"Jumping Jackpot"
284 – 20.51 February 2008"Galloping Grandads"
285 – 20.64 February 2008"Raven Mad"

Christmas Special (2008)

# Original Airdate Title
286 – 20.721 December 2008"The Mystery of Little Under Standing"

Series 21 (2009)

# Original Airdate Title Plot
287 – 21.111 December 2009"Prank'd"
288 – 21.214 December 2009"Top of The Cops"
289 – 21.315 December 2009"In a State Agents"
290 – 21.416 December 2009"Cops and Jobbers"
291 – 21.517 December 2009"Dishing up Trouble"
292 – 21.618 December 2009"See How They Run"

References

  1. "CBBC Programmes – ChuckleVision". BBC. 1 March 2013. Retrieved 3 May 2001.
  2. ChuckleVision: The Complete Series 1, Delta Home Entertainment, 24 October 2011, retrieved 13 July 2017
  3. "Chucklevision Series 1". Simply Media. Retrieved 13 July 2017.
  4. Chucklevision Series 2, Delta Home Entertainment, 29 October 2012, retrieved 13 July 2017
  5. "Chucklevision Series 2". Simply Media. Retrieved 13 July 2017.
  6. Chucklevision Series 3, Simply Media, 17 April 2017, retrieved 13 July 2017
  7. "Chucklevision Series 3". Simply Media. Retrieved 13 July 2017.

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