Jimmy Cricket has been enjoying editing one of his old TV series, which featured well-known entertainer Brian Conley.
Central Television hosted the series, And There’s More, in the mid-1980s.
Northern Irish comedian Jimmy recalled: “Having fun today editing the second series, which was filmed at Central Television Studios alongside so many of my fellow performers, and technicians and writers and camera crew.
“Back when there was stand-up and sketches in the same show! #SaveTheArts.”
Jimmy will be putting up some clips from the TV series on the homepage of this website, so look out for those, folks!
Conley is an English comedian, television presenter, singer and actor.
He hosted The Brian Conley Show, as well as presenting the Royal Variety Performance on eight occasions.
During a 40-year television career, he has also starred in multiple award-winning television sitcoms, including Time After Time and The Grimleys.
Additionally, he had lead roles West Ends in musicals.
Also on the bill was singer Patti Gold, a very good friend of Jimmy’s.
Patti also featured in Jimmy’s first television series on ITV of And There’s More.
Alongside Patti in that series was impressionist Rory Bremner.
That was Rory’s first break on television before he launched himself on an even bigger stage.
Jimmy himself became a household name through the two TV series, which ran for three years between 1985 and 1988.