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Heroes of Comedy is a British television series broadcast on Channel 4, which devotes each episode to a past legend of British comedy. Beginning in 1995, it followed a 2½ hour more general programme from 1992.
|S05E01||Kenneth Williams||07/10/2000||Portrait of popular comic actor Kenneth Williams, star of TV, radio and film, whose outrageous antics masked loneliness and a life of paradoxes.|
|S05E02||Bernard Manning||11/11/2000||Profile of Bernard Manning. The stand-up was adored for his comic style and gags but others loathed him for being rude, outrageous, a racist and proudly politically incorrect.|
|S05E03||Ronnie Barker||28/12/2000||A portrait of comedy actor Ronnie Barker, with contributions from his friends and colleagues including Ronnie Corbett, Michael Palin and David Jason.|
|S06E00||Leonard Rossiter||27/12/2001||Duplicate of episode 4 from season 5|
|S06E01||Mike Yarwood||16/02/2002||Mike Yarwood was British TV's first great impressionist, and a master of imitating politicians with satirical wit, but without malice.|
|S06E02||Sid James||23/02/2002||With his dirty laugh and nicotine-ravaged voice, Sid James was the definitive working man's comic star over three post-war decades.|
|S06E03||Spike Milligan||02/03/2002||Tribute to the comic genius, celebrating his comic career from The Goon Show more than 50 years ago, to his poetry and writings.|
|S06E04||Hattie Jacques||09/03/2002||A tribute to Carry On star Hattie Jacques, famous for her matronly roles and her partnership with Eric Sykes. With contributions from Miriam Margolyes and Mo Mowlam.|
|S06E05||Ronnie Corbett||16/03/2002||The spotlight turns on Ronnie Corbett, whose career spans Crackerjack to The Frost Report, Sorry! and The Two Ronnies.|
|S06E06||Dick Emery||13/04/2002||A celebration of the comedian best remembered for his catchphrase, "Ooh you are awful - but I like you."|