||27 Dec 1982||An 8 minute episode filmed for the BBC comedy compilation The Funny Side of Christmas.||Del's down the market trying to sell 150
Christmas trees that are "going down as well as a Union Jack in Buenos Aires".|
He needs a gimmick and an unwitting Rodney and the Church of England provide the answer.
|Licensed To Drill
||1984||30 minute education video about oil that was ever only shown in schools.||Del sits Rodney and Grandad down to watch a BBC2 documentry about North Sea oil. Rodney's puzzled at Del's sudden interest until he discovers Del thinks he's bought a bargain. An oil rig for £400 that's in a lock-up in Catford!|
||24 Dec 1985||A 5 minute special for the BBC's Breakfast Time||Del's sold some white mice with the promise that they'll turn in horses at midnight and now he finds himself at the centre of a Breakfast Time investigation.|
|Royal Variety Performance
||27 Nov 1986||Part of the 1986 Royal Variety Performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane||Del, Rodney and Albert are delivering a van load
of dodgy whiskey to a mate of Del's who runs Delaney's Club in the West End.|
A mix up however sees the three mistaking the Theatre Royal for Delaney's club and walking out on stage in the middle of the Royal Variety Performance.
|The Robin Flies at Dawn
||1991||A 15 minute special shot at RAF Strike Command, High Wycombe and sent to the troops in the Gulf.||Del's got a top secret plan, he's sending the troops the three wheeler complete with a machine gun mounted on the roof.|
||14 March 1997||A scetch with Del, Rodney and Albert making an appeal for donations to Comic Relief.||Rodney's finances leave him feeling sorry for himself and Del's contemplating a modelling career for young Damien. Albert meanwhile reminds them how lucky they all are when he reminisces about his time in Africa.|