Alas Smith and Jones is a British comedy sketch television series featuring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones that ran on BBC One and BBC Two from 31 January 1984 to 14 October 1998. From series 5 in 1989 the 'Alas' title was dropped and became simply Smith and Jones.
Witness Margaret Thatcher 's finest hour, sample the exciting qualities of real ale and spend a day with the Great Gobbo in this week's tasteful programme.
Join the police on a night siege and probe the soft underbelly of the pop world. Yes, it's another exciting episode in the Smith and Jones 'Guide to Life'. This week: how to become a barbed-wire consultant and solve the enigma of correlation.
A bad year on the horses and a worse one on the property market means that BBC2 is proud and extremely lucky to present The New Series.
With special appearances by Mick Channon, Gary Glitter, Leslie Grantham, Jools Holland, Hazel O'Connor and Janet Street-Porter.
More fun and frolics as the whacky duo think it a super wheeze to rehash an old Terry and June script.
Two men, two minds, two visions... one porpoise.
Last Smith and Jones for a while. Featuring the definitive opus of Peter Leander Brewis, 'Concerto for string quartet and next-door neighbour', recorded earlier in the year at the Oddfellows Hall, Peckham.
They're back to back, head to head and side by side, but fortunately not on top of each other.
The Show They Tried to Ban! ... is not on tonight. They succeeded. So there's this instead. With Tracie Bennett and John Humphrys.
Starring Pete Duel and Ben Murphy. Special guest appearances by Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
Nobody could ever accuse Alas Smith and Jones of poor taste. It costs a fortune.
Starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones with Chris Langham and Heather Tobias.Watch Now:Amazon
In Olympus II, Sara Crowe as Aphrodite and Miranda Richardson as Hera.
With Chris Langham, Rosemary Martin and Heather Tobias.
Starring Jane Horrocks, Chris Langham, Rosemary Martin, Andy Taylor, Heather Tobias, Kate Williams. With the final episode of that classic soap Olympus.
The boys are back. Head to head, back to front and upside down. For new viewers, Smith is the slightly larger one and Jones is slightly Welsh.
Discover how the pyramids were built. Accompany Sir John Harvey-Jones on his latest troubleshoot. And discover why the drivers of F-registration Montegos should beware the next budget.
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, so hang the decorations and the fairy lights and join Smith and Jones on a trip to funnyland.
Return of the British Comedy Award-winning series starring Mel Smith Griff Rhys Jones. Among the subjects promised in this new series are endangered species, courtship in the 50s, dustcart trophies, traffic wardens, political speeches, the postal system and street vendors - and of course a weekly 'head to head'.
More subjects are given an unexpected twist - plus musical set-pieces.
More comedy sketches, musical set-pieces, and a 'head to head' problem that needs to be discussed.
Another fast-moving sequence of sketches, songs and 'head-to-head' problems.
The award-winning duo. More fun and frolics from the slightly larger one who comes from London and the slightly thinner one who comes from Wales.
Last in the comedy series starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. A collection of comic items as the double award-winning duo add to the gaiety of nations.