Sixth series DVD cover

Release 18th February 2013 by Network DVD. Contains all episodes from their 1984 TV series

 

Series 6 DVD inner

Show One
Tommy and Bobby's guests include singing stars Engelbert Humperdinck and The Beverley Sisters, and all-girl group The Little Foxes.
Original ITV Transmission 13 October 1984

Show Two
The dynamic duo's guests for this show are actor and pop/country star Guy Mitchell, disco legends Sister Sledge, and Scotland's Big Country.
Original ITV Transmission 20 October 1984

Show Three
Singer Paul Young and pianist Richard Clayderman are the boys' musical guests on this show.
Original ITV Transmission 27 October 1984

Show Four
Guest star Rik Mayall gives Tommy and Bobby the runaround as an infuriatingly obstinate tourist information clerk...
Original ITV Transmission 3 November 1984

Show Five
Singer-songwriter Brook Benton, Cockney duo Chas and Dave, Brit-funk band Shakatak, and Grange Hill star Michael Sheard join the boys for another fun-filled show.
Original ITV Transmission 10 November 1984

Show Six
Tommy and Bobby's guests are Jimmy Tarbuck, Henry Cooper, and a capella chart-toppers The Flying Pickets
Original ITV Transmission 17 November 1984

 

 

Series 6 DVD back

"Rock On Tommy!"

Years on the Northern cabaret circuit enabled Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball to hone their act for this ratings-winning show, making the comedians household names and beloved by millions. A mixture of sketches, spectacular variety entertainment and a wealth of big-name guest stars ensured this massively popular series ran for many years.

Enjoy more good-natured comedy capers with the dynamic duo in this sixth series, in which Tommy and Bobby are joined by a host of star guests, including Engelbert Humperdink, Sister Sledge, Jimmy Tarbuck, Rik Mayall, The Beverley Sisters, Richard Clayderman, Big Country, Paul Young, The Flying Pickets and Cockney legends Chas and Dave.

Featuring: Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball

Written by: Sid Green, Geoff Atkinson, Don Austin, James Hendrie, Larry Parker and Peter Howitt

Produced by: Paul Jackson

Directed by: Terry Kinane