Season One

  
Key to notation in scripts: G.C. = Graham Chapman, T.J. = Terry Jones, T.G. = Terry Gilliam, M.P. - Michael Palin,
E.I. - Eric Idle, J.C. = John Cleese, C.C. = Carol Cleveland
 
Who played who in the sketches only relates to the series. Casting may be different in live recordings/ records.
 
Broadcast dates are the first time the episode was shown on BBC television.
  

Episode One - "Whither Canada?"
Recorded - 7th September 1969, First broadcast - 5th October 1969.
 
'It's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart'
Famous Deaths
Italian Lesson
Whizzo Butter

'It's the Arts'
Arthur 'Two-Sheds' Jackson
Picasso / Cycling Race
The Funniest Joke in the World
  
 Episode Two - "Sex and violence"
Recorded - 30th August 1969, First broadcast - 12th October 1969
 
Flying Sheep
French Lecture on Sheep-aircraft

A Man with Three Buttocks
A Man with Two Noses

Musical Mice
Marriage Guidance Counsellor
The Wacky Queen
Working Class Playwright
A Scotsman on a Horse

The Wrestling Epilogue
The Mouse Problem
 
Episode Three - "How to recognize different types of tree from quite a long way away"
Recorded - 14th August 1969, First broadcast - 19th October 1969
 
The Larch
Court Scene (Witness in Coffin / Cardinal Richelieu)

Bicycle Repair Man
Children's Stories
Restaurant Sketch (Dirty Fork)
Seduced Milkman
Stolen Newsreader
Children's Interview
Nudge, Nudge
  
Episode Four - "Owl-stretching time"

Recorded -21st September 1969, First broadcast - 26th October 1969
 
'And Did Those Feet' (Song)
Art Gallery
Art Critic

It's a Man's Life in the Modern Army
Undressing in Public

Self-defense against Fresh Fruit
Secret Service Dentists
 
Episode Five - "Man's crisis of identity in the latter half of the twentieth century"

Recorded - 3rd October 1969, First broadcast - 16th November 1969
 
Confuse-a-Cat

The Smuggler
A Duck, a Cat, and a Lizard (Discussion)
Vox Pops on Smuggling

Police Raid
Letters and Vox Pops

Newsreader Arrested
Erotic Film

Silly Job Interview
Careers Advisory Board

Burglar / Encyclopedia Salesman
 
Episode Six - (Untitled)
Recorded - 5th November 1969, First broadcast - 23rd November 1969
 
'It's the Arts'
Johann Gambolputty... von Hautkopft of Ulm

Non-illegal Robbery
Vox Pops

Crunchy Frog
The Dull Life of a City Stockbroker
Red Indian in Theatre
Policemen Make Wonderful Friends
A Scotsman on a Horse

Twentieth-century Vole
 
Episode Seven - "You're no fun any more"
Recorded - 10th October 1969, First broadcast - 30th November 1969

Camel Spotting
You're No Fun Any More

The Audit
You're No Fun (Again)

Science Fiction Sketch
Man Turns into Scotsman
Police Station
Blancmanges Playing Tennis


Episode Eight - "Full frontal nudity"
Recorded - 25th November 1969, First broadcast - 7th December 1969

Army Protection Racket
Art Critic - the Place of the Nude
Buying a Bed
Hermits
Dead Parrot
The Flasher
Hell's Grannies

Episode Nine - "The ant, an introduction"
Recorded - 7th December 1969, First shown on 14th December 1969

Llamas
A Man with a Tape Recorder up his Nose
Kilimanjaro Expedition (Double Vision)
A Man with a Tape Recorder up his Brother's Nose
Homicidal Barber
Lumberjack Song

Gumby Crooner
The Refreshment Room at Bletchley

Hunting Film
The Visitors

Episode Ten - (Untitled)
Recorded - 30th November 1969, First broadcast 21st December 1969

Walk-on Part in Sketch
Bank Robber (Lingerie Shop)

Trailer
Arthur Tree

Vocational Guidance Counsellor
The First Man to Jump the Channel
Tunneling from Godalming to Java

Pet Conversions
Gorilla Librarian
Letters to 'Daily Mirror'

Strangers in the Night

Episode Eleven - (Untitled)

Recorded - 14th December 1969, First broadcast - 28th December 1969

Letter (Lavatorial Humour)
Interruptions

Agatha Christie Sketch
Literary Football Discussion
'Interesting People'
Undertakers Film

Eighteenth-century Social Legislation
The Battle of Trafalgar

Batley Townswomen's' Guild Presents the Battle of Pearl Harbour
Undertakers Film


Episode Twelve - (Untitled)

Recorded - 21st December 1969, First broadcast - 4th January 1970

People Falling from Buildings
'Spectrum' - Talking about Things
Visitors from Coventry
Mr. Hilter
The North Minehead By-election

Police Station (Silly Voices)
Upper-class Twit of the Year
Ken Shabby
How Far Can a Minister Fall?

Episode Thirteen - (Untitled)
Recorded - 4th January 1970, First broadcast - 11th January 1970

Intermissions
Restaurant (Abuse / Cannibalism)

Advertisements
Albatross!
Come Back to my Place
Me Doctor
Historical Impersonations
Quiz Programme - 'Wishes'
'Probe-around' on Crime
Stonehenge
Mr. Attila the Hun
Psychiatry - Silly Sketch
Operating Theatre (Squatters)
 

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