Eric's chauffeur from 1969 onwards.
Martin Wimbush, film, stage and television actor appeared with Ernie on stage.
Suzanne Lloyd starred in Morecambe and Wise’s 1966 film, That Riviera Touch...
It seems that the music of Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen have always been with Eric
Paul Burton is a film and television historian with an impressive background in
most of the performing arts...
A further interview with Gary Morecambe about his new book, You'll Miss Me When
A previously unheard interview with Morecambe and Wise from 1971.
Listen to the audio.
In 2008, Sir Bill Cotton very kindly gave us an interview. Read about his life, the BBC and Morecambe & Wise.
We were very kindly invited to Harpenden to meet and interview Joan Morecambe. She talks about all aspects of her life with Eric …
As work begins on the new drama about Eric and Ern's younger days, we interview Victoria Wood about her life, Playing Eric's mother and comedy.
Eddie kindly gave us a very long interview in which we discuss his first encounter with Morecambe & Wise, Meeting them and being asked
to be their script writer, the first show, other double acts and much much more.
Ann Hamilton could be classed as the third person in the great double act of Morecambe & Wise. Read our great interview..
John Ammonds was producing Eric and Ern from the very early radio days, through the BBC and Thames shows.
Gail Morecambe, (Eric's daughter) gave us a wonderful three part audio interview. Listen to the audio….
Gary Morecambe is in Morecambe to re-create a famous photograph from 1970. We caught up with him and he kindly gave us an interview.