Twice a Fortnight
|Twice a Fortnight|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Executive producer(s)||Tony Palmer|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original run||21 October 1967 –
23 December 1967
Influences of the series
As in the case of the radio comedy programme I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again, and the television comedy programmes At Last the 1948 Show, Do Not Adjust Your Set and Broaden Your Mind, Twice a Fortnight was an excellent training ground, in both writing and acting, for the future stars of both Monty Python and The Goodies, as well as for the future co-writer of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister.
- From Fringe to Flying Circus - 'Celebrating a Unique Generation of Comedy 1960-1980' - Roger Wilmut, Eyre Methuen Ltd, 1980.
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