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Fenella Fielding Career 1952-2018

Fenella Fielding - Portrait mid-1970s taken at an event
Fenella Fielding black 'n' white portrait 1961
Fenella Fielding in Drop Dead Darling film promo 1966
Fenella Fielding portrait that Fellini liked so much taken in 1966
Fenella Fielding in Old Dark House (Hammer Film) 1963
Fenella Fielding in Drop Dead Darling with Tony Curtis (1966)
Fenella Fielding with Kenneth Connor in Carry On Regardless (1961)
Fenella Fielding portrait at home in her Marble Arch penthouse in the 1960s Sitting on Bastiana sofa from Aram on Kings Road
Fenella Fielding at Brighton airport 1970s
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Fenella Fielding at the BBC
Fenella Fielding on Stage 1960s
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Miss Fielding's professional career began in 1952 and continued until August 2018. A complete list of her vast stage, screen, TV and radio credits is impossible, but below is a work in progress of the what can be documented.

Fenella Fielding - Theatre & Other Stage Credits include:

1952    The High Bid walk-on part (Bolton's Theatre)

1952    Constant Lover - debuted as understudy (Bolton's Theatre)

1952    Just Lately revue (Stork Club) - July to Aug

1952    Revue at [Clement] Freud Club (Royal Court)

1952    Revue (Regent Theatre, Hayes) - Nov 10

1952    Rigamortis revue (LSE) - with Ron Moody

1952    First Night In The Picture revue - performed 'Handel' number

1953    Intimacy At Eight revue (New Lindsey Theatre Club)

1953    In The Lap of the Gods (New Lindsey Theatre Club)

1953    See You Later (Sandy Wilson Revue) (Edinburgh International Festival)

1953    Heaven Sent (Park Lane Theatre Club)

1954    Revue (Churchills) 5 weeks

1954    Cockles and Champagne (Saville Theatre) Principal 12 weeks
1954-55 Pay the Piper (Saville Theatre, also Grand Theatre, Blackpool) 13 weeks

1955    Revue (Jack of Clubs, Brewer Street) - 2 weeks, commencing 4th July

1955    Mayfair Hotel (Revue) 2 weeks

1955    Cinderella as Prince Charming (Cambridge)
1956    Jubilee Girl (Victoria Palace and tour started at Theatre Royal, Nottingham) - Jun, Jul

1956    Reprise (Revue) (Theatre Royal Brighton) Aug 13-19

1956    Edinburgh Festival (Peter Myers Revue)

1957    Revue (Churchill's)

1957    Revue (Blue Angel)

1957    Revue (Esmeralda's Barn, Knightsbridge)

1957    Revue (Knightsbridge Mau Mau)

1957    Floor Show (Don Juan)

1957    Cabaret (Coconut Grove)

1957    Love For Love as Miss Pru (Theatre Royal Windsor)

1957   Pink String and Sealing Wax (play, venue tbc) as Pearl

1958    Floor Show (Cascade Night Club)

1958    Look Back In Anger (Croydon Palace)
1958    Bagatelle (Cabaret)

1958-59 Valmouth as Lady Parvula (New Shakespeare, Liverpool; Lyric, Hammersmith, Saville Theatre, London)
1959-60 Pieces of Eight revue (Oxford, Liverpool, Brighton and London Apollo)

1961    As You Like It as Phoebe (Pembroke Theatre, Croydon)
1961    Hello From Bertha and To Heaven In A Golden Coach (Bromley) June 6-15

1961    Five Plus One (Lyceum, Edinburgh Festival)
1961    The Rivals as Lydia Languish (Pembroke Theatre, Croydon)
1962    Twists AKA Five Plus One revue (Belgrade Theatre, Lyceum, Coventry & Arts Theatre, London)

1962    Doctors of Philosophy as Annie Wood (New Arts Theatre)
1963    Luv as Ellen (New Arts Theatre)
1963    So Much to Remember - Life Story of a Great Lady (Establishment, Vaudeville)

1963    Tenth Stratford-Upon-Avon Poetry Festival (with Patrick Wymark)

1964    Eleventh Stratford-Upon-Avon Poetry Festival

1965    Poetry Reading with Robert Stephens at Stratford East Theatre
1966    Let's Get a Divorce as Cyprienne (Mermaid/Comedy)
1967    The Beaux' Stratagem & The Italian Straw Hat (Chichester Festival Theatre)
1967    The High Bid as Mrs Gracedew (Mermaid Theatre)

1968    Poetry Reading included 'Battle of the Sexes' (Chichester) 
1968    Lysistrata as Lysistrata (University Theatre, Norman, Oklahoma USA)

1968-69 The Seeker (Nottingham Playhouse)
1968-69 The Seagull as Madame Arkadina (Nottingham Playhouse)
1969    Hedda Gabler as Hedda (Phoenix, Leicester)

1969    Anthology - Fenella's choice of material (Hampstead Theatre)

1969    Poetry reading with Robert Hardy (Stratford-Upon-Avon)

1969    Edward II with Ian McKellen (Mermaid Theatre)
1970    A Doll's House as Nora (Gardner Centre, Brighton)
1970    Colette as Colette (Ellen Stewart Theatre, New York)

1971    Reading at Farnham Theatre

1971    Lucky at Cards (Greenwich Theatre, Croydon Ashcroft Theatre)
1971    Fish out of Water as Francine Chanal (Greenwich)
1971    Colette as Colette (Sunderland Empire, Manchester Opera House, Stirling Arts Centre, Oxford Playhouse)

1972    The Second Mrs Tanqueray as Paula (Marlowe, Canterbury)
1972    The Relapse as Berinthia (Traverse, Edinburgh)
1972    Helen as Helen (Phoenix, Leicester)
1972-73 The Old Man's Comforts as Laverta (Open Space) 21 Dec - 7 Jan

1973    The Provok'd Wife as Lady Fanciful (Greenwich Theatre)
1973    Birds of Paradise as Yolande Chuasson (Richmond (Aug 14-25), York, Leeds, Birmingham, Brighton)
1974    Fallen Angels (Watford)
1974-75 Absurd Person Singular as Marion (Criterion Mar-Sep/Vaudeville Sep-Jan)
1975    The Tramshed Follies one woman show (Woolwich Tramshed)

1976    Fenella Fielding Show (Watford) May 26 - June 12
1976    A Personal Choice theatre & cabaret (Lyceum, Edinburgh Festival)

1977    A Marriage (Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead)

1977    Fielding Convertible one-off (Alfred Beck Centre Hillingdon) - May 11

1977    Fielding Convertible one-off (Fair Oak Theatre) - Jul 16
1977    The Case of the Oily Levantine (Yvonee Arnaud Theatre, Guilford) Nov 1-19

1978    Fielding Convertible two nights (Fair Oak Festival) Aug 4 & 6

1978    A Personal Choice (Edinburgh International Festival, St Cecillia's Hall)

1978    Look After Lulu (Chichester and Haymarket, London)

1978    A Personal Choice anthology with Nigel Stock (Edinburgh) Sep 3, 4

1979    Fielding on Broadway W6 theatre, cabaret (Lyric, Hammersmith)

1979    Archie & Mehitabel (Newbury Festival) - May 24, 26

1979    Lady From The Sea (London Roundhouse) - Jul 4, 7

1982    When Nights Were Bold (Chaucer Festival) (Mermaid Theatre) - Jul 15-24

1982    Valmouth revival (Chichester)

1982    Chapter 17 (Brighton, Birmingham, Oxford & Richmond)

1983    Gigi as Alicia de St Ephlam (Devonshire Park Theatre Eastbourne & Tour)
1983    The Wizard of Oz (Bromley)

1984    Once A Catholic (national tour inc Birmingham)
1984    The Jungle Book (Adelphi)
1984    The Ghost Train (Theatre Royal Bath, Stoke-On-Trent, Blackpool, Scarborough, Wolverhampton)

1986    The Miser (Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Brighton Theatre Royal, Chichester Marlowe Theatre)
1987    School for Scandal as Lady Sneerwell (Birmingham Rep)

1987    The Guest Room as Thelma (Old Red Lion)

1987    Victoria Wood and Friends (Sadler's Wells)

1987    Love and Marriage on a Splendid Scale (Chaucer Festival) (Southwark Cathedral)

1987    Wizard of Oz as Witch of the West (Horsham Arts Theatre)

1988    A Kiss Is Just A Kiss (Words & Music by AP Herbert) (St James, Guernsey)

1988    Midsummer Night's Dream as Titania (Holland Park)

1989    The Rivals as Mrs Malaprop (Holland Park)

1989    Chaucer reading with Martin Starkie (Westminster Abbey) - 26 Oct

1990    The Boy Friend (Concert & Celebrity Bill) (Duchess Theatre) concert - 28 Jan

1990    The Naked (Haymarket, Leicester)

1990    Murders in Rue Morgue as Honoria (Haymarket, Leicester)

1990    Pericles as The Bawd (Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough)
1990    The Country Wife as Lady Fidget (Mermaid)

1990    Beggar's Opera as Mrs Peachum & Diana Trapes (Holland Park)
1990    Trotsky and Our Ernie as Shirley Pearson (Cockpit, London)
1990    Inside Stories - Venetian Gold/A Box of Chocolates as Margaret (Cockpit, London)

1990    Readings for Friends event [E.M] Forster Country (Springfield House, Stevenage)

1991    Shakespeare's First Folio for Forge Productions (Mermaid Theatre)

1991    Inside Stories (Edinburgh Festival and King's Head, London)

1993    Chaucer Festival 'When Knights Were Bold' as Wife of Bath (Mermaid Theatre) - July 15-24

1993    Fresh Dances for the late Tchaikovsky as Chanteuse (Hackney Empire)

1994    Mapp & Lucia workshop performance (Theatre Museum)

1995    The Witty One (Shakespeare's Globe)

1995    Der Schauspieldirektor/The Impresario as Madame Pfeil (Spitalfields Market Opera)
1996    Maria as Maria Jasnorzewska one woman show (New End Theatre)
1996    Hard Times as Mrs Sparsit (Richmond & national tour inc Theatre Royal, Lincoln)

1996    The Spanish Curate (Shakespeare's Globe)

1997    Within A White Silence Narrator (Hellenic Centre, London)

1998    The Cockroach and the Cat reading (Ledbury Poetry Festival)

1998    A Dangerous Woman as the Duchess of Windsor (New End Theatre)

1999    Lady Windermere's Fan as Lady Berwick (Theatre Royal, London & tour)

1999    Blithe Spirit as Madame Arcati (Playhouse, Salisbury)

2001    Rebecca as Mrs Danvers (National tour)

2003    Die Fledermaus as Prince Orlofsky (English National Opera; Theatre Royal, Norwich; Alhambra, Bradford)

2004    Dick Whittington as Fairy Bowbells (Secombe Theatre, Sutton)

2006    The Vagina Monologues as reader (SFX Dublin and Irish tour)

2008    An Ideal Husband as Lady Markby (Richmond & tour)

2011-12 Dearest Nancy, Darling Evelyn as Nancy Mitford (Jermyn St Theatre & tour)

2012-2015 Translations of Greek classics by David Stuttard (various, London) Details

2012-2016 An Evening With Fenella Fielding (Q&As) (various, mainly London) Details
2013    Savage Beauty as Clytemnestra (St James Studio)

2013    Puss In Boots as voice (pre-recorded) of Queen of the Cats (Greenwich Theatre)

2015- 2018 Just A Little Murder (various London) Details

2016- 2018 Reading from Memoirs (various, mainly London) Details

In Concert   

1960 Night of 1,000 Stars (London Palladium)

1962 Friends of Centre 42 present The Whip (Metropolitan Theatre, Edgware Road) - "I played a villainess but didn't get to ride a  horse."

1963 Night of 100 Stars (Earls Court)

1964 Night of 100 Stars midnight matinée (London Palladium)

1964 Oxford Union debate participant - The House Prefers the Beatles to Beethoven - 29 Oct

1965 Appeared in anti-apartheid Midnight Matinée (Prince of Wales Theatre) - Mar 22

1967 Poetry Reading (London University Senate House)

1967 Gala night in Chichester – Fenella, "I did a turn."

1969 Peter & The Wolf as Narrator (Chichester) - Dec 17
1970 Façade (Queen Elizabeth Hall, Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead)

1970 Kings Linn Festival - recorded on video tape

1970 Perform at show put on by Cleo Laine & Johnny Dankworth (Wavendon)

1971 Façade (Holland Park, York) - Jan

1971 Charity performance (London Palladium) - Apr 19

1971 Item about List (List was a German composer) (Withy Arts Festival, Taunton)

1972 Façade (Birmingham) - Jul 6

1972 Amnesty International benefit - Apr 30

1972 Façade (Hatfield Poly) - Oct 21

1973 Traverse concert (Kings Theatre, Edinburgh ) - Jan 21

1973 War poetry reading (LSE)

1973 Oxford Playhouse birthday celebration of the venue (Oxford Playhouse)

1973 Façade Birmingham Alexandra Theatre (tbc)

1974 Carnival of Animals with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Granada Hall, Sutton)

1974 Concert fundraiser for Oxford Playhouse (Queens Theatre)

1974 Tower of London concert possibly for Amnesty (Drury Lane Theatre) - Aug 4

1974 Carnival of Animals (Birmingham)

1975 Façade with Nash Ensemble (Brent Town Hall) - Jan 19

1975 Alternative Miss World judge (Butler's Wharf, near Tower Bridge) - Mar 22

1975 Hail, Horrors, Hail poetry with Charles Osborne (Wigmore Hall)

1975 WAMP charity event with Cleo Laine & Johnny Dankworth (Wavendon)

1975 Gala Opening songs with Paul McGuire (Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury) - Oct 30

1975 Perform with Nash Ensemble & New London Ballet (Queen Elizabeth Hall) - Dec 14

1976 Façade with Thames Chamber Orchestra (Chesham) - Mar 21

1976 Glenda Jackson concert. Fenella performed ‘The Robber’ - Sep 19

1977 Charity Show (Taunton ‘Brewhouse Theatre) - May 3

1977 Jubilee Jeunesse (Royal Opera House)

1977 Tristram Jellinek’s Party perform (Guiting Power) - Jun 25

1977 Dog Beneath the Skin (Wigmore Hall) - Jul 30

1977 Illustrious Corpses (The Gate)

1977 Old Time Music Hall concert (Open Air, Regents Park) - Aug 21

1978 Reading (Thumb Gallery) - Jan 24

1978 Bodies appearance for NSPCC (Hampstead Theatre Club)

1978 Appeared with The Nash Ensemble (Wigmore Hall)

1978 Carnival of Animals with Nash Ensemble (Royal Exchange Building, Bank)

1979 Cabaret at Gallery First Nighters' Club, Bedford Street W2 - Mar 11

1980 Cary Ellison retirement tribute (Theatre Royal, Stratford East)

1981 KIDS Benefit (handicapped children) (HM Theatre, Haymarket) w. Bertice Reading

1981 Poetry Reading inc 'Battle of the Sexes' for S.H.A.R.E. (Queen Elizabeth Hall)

1981 Reading Chekhov at SHARE Benefit (homes for mentally handicapped) (QE Hall)

1986 Enchanted Orchestra for Save The Children (Albert Hall) - Jun 4

1988 Children's Royal Variety Performance in aid of NSPCC (Victoria Palace Theatre, London) as Queen in scene from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

1992 Benefit for Shelter

1993 Mad About The Boy celebrity Gala (Lyric Theatre)

1994 Monkey Business workshop performance (St Paul's Covent Gdn)

2006 Reading Alice in Wonderland Royal British Legion concert (St George's Church)
2007 Jarvis Cocker's Meltdown (Royal Festival Hall)
Miraculous Mandarin BBC Proms TV and Radio 3 (Albert Hall)
Babar the Elephant
Damnation of Faust BBC Proms TV and Radio 3 (Royal Albert Hall)

Fenella Fielding - Film Credits include:

1959     Sapphire - Lingerie Shop Manageress (uncredited)
1959     Follow a Star - Lady Finchington
1960     Doctor in Love - Mrs Tadwich
1960     Foxhole in Cairo - Yvette
1961     Carry on Regardless - Penny Panting
1961     No Love for Johnnie - Sheilah
1962     In the Doghouse - Miss Fordyce
1962     Village of Daughters - Voice-over (uncredited)
1963     The Old Dark House - Morgana Femm
1963     Doctor in Distress - Passenger on Train
1965     How to Undress in Public Without Undue Embarrassment - Narrator
1966     Drop Dead Darling (US: Arriverderci Baby!) - Fenella
1966     Doctor in Clover (US: Carnaby, M.D.)- Tatiana Rubikov
1966     Carry on Screaming! - Valeria Watt
1967     Road to St. Tropez (short) - Narrator
1969     Lock Up Your Daughters! - Lady Eager
1970     Dougal and the Blue Cat - The Blue Queen (voice) (uncredited)

1974     S.P.Y.S. - likely an uncredited voiceover tbc - Jul 28
1977     Cumbernauld Hit (Promo film for new town of Cumbernauld) - Liana
1978     Golden Gala (TV movie) - Herself
1984     The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Movie) - Molly
1986     A Winter Story (TV movie) (voice)
1999     Guest House Paradiso - Mrs Foxfur
2007     Wishbaby - Eve

2008     A Parish Boy's Progress (Keighley-shot community project)
2011     Over the Edge - Mrs. van Eisner

Fenella Fielding - Television Credits include:

1955     Double Your Money (Quiz show) - 25 Aug

1955     September details

1957     Destination Downing Street (series) (broadcast live) - Djemila [episodes]
1957     BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (series): 'The Magnificent Egoist' - Prostitute details

1958     Monday Show hosted by Hughie Green (Wembley Studios) Feb, Mar & Apr

1958     Saturday Playhouse (series) 'Design for Murder' - Delia Mitchell live trans Mar 15

1958     Dicky Valentine Show recorded at Wood Green Empire

1958     The Army Game (comedy series)

1958     Tonight (topical TV show hosted by Ned Sherrin) - a number or dialogue

1958     Chelsea at 8 from Chelsea Palace Theatre

1958     Late London (Light Entertainment show at 11:30pm)

1958     Glencannon (series recorded at Elstree)
1959     ITN Late Extra filmed Fenella in her flat

1959     The Four Just Men (series) 'Treviso Dam' - The Contessa

1959     Swinging Down The Lane music programme (BBC TV Centre)

1959     Saturday Spectacular hosted by Hughie Green (from Wood Green Studios)

1959     Adventures of Brigadier Wellington-Bull (series)

1960     Guardian Angel (with Ian Bannen)
1960     Danger Man (series) 'An Affair of State' - Hostess

1960     Home Grown magazine show (Southern TV)
1960     The Strange World of Gurney Slade (series) Episode #1.3 (voice of cow)
1960     Wednesday Magazine (BBC Lime Grove. Produced by Ned Sherrin)

1960     Reprise (play)
1960     International Detective (series) 'The Whitley Case' - Marcelle Clinton

1961     Tonight Show (BBC Lime Grove with Ned Sherrin)

1961     Does The Team Think (BBC Lime Grove)

1962     Tonight (Directed by Ned Sherrin) - topical song and dance number

1962     Filmed at home by Granada TV

1962     Harry Worth Show comedy (from Blackpool)

1962     Rhyme or Reason (poetry show)

1962     Juke Box Jury Sept, 
1962     Saki (mini-series) - Mary Drakmanton [appeared in 8 episodes]

1963     In Town Today (BBC)

1963     Monitor (BBC Arts Programme)1963     Braden's Beat

1963     Wednesday Magazine (BBC TV Centre)

1963     Seen at 6:30pm (Granada TV)

1963     Kitchen Party with Fanny Craddock (BBC Lime Grove Studios)

1963     Comrades in Arms as Julie (Sitcom pilot, not commissioned) - Nov 30

1963     Who is Secombe (sketch/standup) details - Dec 26

1962-63 That Was The Week That Was [episodes]
1963-65 Comedy Playhouse (series) - Julie [episodes]

1964     Theatre 625 (series) 'The Ides of March' - Cleopatra

1964     Celebrity Game (From Wembley Studios)

1964     Gazette (ABC TV Manchester)

1964     So Much To Remember (TV version for BBC2)

1964     Line Up (BBC 2 from TV Centre)

1964     Armchair Theatre 'The Importance of Being Earnest' - Gwendolen
1964     Love Story (series) 'Divorce, Divorce' - Celia

1964     Animal Land (Yorkshire TV)
1964     The Avengers (series) 'The Charmers' - Kim Lawrence

1964     Juke Box Jury [various including 26/12]

1964-67 Eamonn Andrews Show (BBC TV series) - Herself [episodes]

1965     Stars and Garters (series) Episode #3.6 - Herself

1965     Memoirs of a Chaise Longue as 'Mixed Doubles' (BBC Sitcom) - Jul 2
1965     Drama 65 (series) 'Mrs Quilley's Murder Shoes' Mrs.Garfield [episodes]

1965     The Fabulous Fenella Fielding (20 min show inc. songs) ITV

1965     Points of View (BBC TV Centre)

1965     Juke Box Jury (BBC) January, November

1965     Call My Bluff on BBC TV at Television Centre

1966     Roundabout at Noon (news/entertainment programme with Keith Harrison)

1966     Call My Bluff (with Frank Muir) Aug, Sept, Oct, 

1966     Izeena ('The Zany') [episodes]
1967     The Prisoner (series) Loudspeaker Announcer & Telephone Operator [episodes]

1967     Eamonn Andrews Show (BBC TV series) - Herself Jan

1967     Magic Box (Recorded in Teddington)

1968     Call My Bluff (series) Episode - Herself, Feb
1968     A Touch of Venus (series)
1968     Ooh La La! 'Dear Lady' (Feydeau farces) (series) BBC - Antoinette - Jul-Aug

1969     Great Ziegfeld at BBC Lime Grove Studios

1969     Eamonn Andrews Show (BBC TV series) - Herself [episodes] Feb

1969     Quiz of the Week (BBC TV Centre)
1969     Morecambe & Wise Show (series) Christmas Show - Herself
1969     The Dave King Show (series) Episode 11 December - Herself

1969     It’s Tommy Cooper - sketches

1969     Dave King Show (Recorded in Birmingham)

1970     Morecambe & Wise Show (series) Episode #3.3 - Herself details

1970     A Touch of Venus (series) 'The Autograph' - Marcella

1970     Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers (series) - Sketches inc. Marty Feldman

1970     Morecambe & Wise Show (series) Episode #4.4 Herself/Lady Bedworthy details

1970     Tonight Show (America)

1970     Ed Sullivan Show (New York) songs and sketch
1970     Toast of the Town (series) Episode #24.7 - Comedian / Herself

1971     That's Your Funeral (series) - Mrs. Darling [episodes]

1971     The Dick Cavett Show (US) - Guest

1971     Tea Break interview with Michael Parkinson

1971     Music Now (BBC TV Centre) Fenella, "Probably a light-hearted show."

1971     Going For A Song (Bristol)

1971     Late Night Extra TV chat show

1972     This is Your Life: David Frost (host Eamonn Andrews) - sketch from 'TW3'

1972     Façade tribute to Edith Sitwell (Studio 1 BBC TV Centre)

1972     Counterpoint (BBC 2) 'Façade Suite' with Nash Ensemble

1972     Parkinson - herself details

1972     Morecambe & Wise Show (series) Christmas Show - Herself
1973     What's My Line? (series) - Herself

1973     This is Your Life: Jim Dale

1974     What's My Line? (series) - Herself

1974     Russell Harty - Guest

1974     Eamonn Andrews - Mar 27

1974     The Cat with Denholm Elliot (BBC recorded at Lee Electric) Jun 14

1974     Night Line (TV show at LBC) - Oct 12

1974     Parkinson - Herself

1975     Wogan's World (Birmingham) - Jun 12

1976     ITV This Is Your Life - about ITV (ITV New London Theatre) - Sep 22

1976     Mastermind game show - note says 'Talk of the Town' (BBC 1)

1976     This Is Your Life (Euston Studios) - Dec 1

1977     The Good Old Days (series) Episode 24/02 - Herself, Performer

1977     Those Wonderful TV Times (Tyne Tees TV series) Episode #2.4 - Herself, Jan 13

1977     Pebble Mill with Derek Nimmo feature 'Just A Nimmo' (BBC 1)

1977     Your Move game show (BBC TV Centre) - Feb 02

1977     Day By Day (Southern Television) - Aug 10

1978     Michael Parkinson Show (BBC TV) - Dec 16

1978     Opinions Unlimited at Old Courthouse Dorchester (Southern TV) - Apr 27

1979     Kaleidoscope (Broadcasting House) - Oct 10

1979     Give Us A Clue quiz show (Thames Television) - Nov 12

1979     That's Carry On - Valeria Watt
1980     Nobody's Perfect (ATV series) 'Vivien's Problem' - Vivien
1981     Cribb (series) - Zena Prothero [episodes]
1983     Children in Need (series) Episode - Herself

1985     The Pickwick Papers (series) - Mrs. Leo Hunter [episode 1.4]

1986     Mid-day Live to promote Chaucer show at London Arts Theatre and tour

1987     Give Us A Clue quiz show

1988     People chat show promoting Chaucer show at Sevenoaks Festival - Jun 15

1989     Sticky Moments with Julian Clary - Guest

1989     Wogan as Guest (also Leslie Nielsen - Dec 8
1990-95 The Word (Channel 4) - Announcer

​1990     Uncle Jack and Operation Green (series) - The Vixen [episodes]

​1991     Uncle Jack and the Loch Noch Monster (series) - The Vixen (episodes)
1991    This Is Your Life for Barry Foster (host Michael Aspel)

1992     Uncle Jack and the Dark Side of the Moon (series) - The Vixen (episodes)
1993     Laugh with the Carry Ons
1993     Uncle Jack and Cleopatra's Mummy (series) - The Vixen (episodes)
1994     The South Bank Show (documentary) 'Kenneth Williams' - Herself

1995     The Big City

1997     Wolfgang Borchert - The Man Outside (play) details

1998     What's a Carry On? (documentary) - Herself, at Re-Union
1998     Kenneth Williams: A Life on the Box (documentary)
1998     Reputations (documentary) 'Kenneth Williams: Seriously Outrageous' - Herself
1999     The Making of 'Guest House Paradiso' - Herself
1999     Carnival of Monsters (TV special) - Narrator (voice)
2000     Heroes of Comedy (documentary) 'Kenneth Williams' - Herself
2000     Martian Gothic: Unification (Video Game) - Mood (voice)

2000     Reds Away 'Doing The Corkscrew' cartoon, possibly not broadcast (voice)
2001     Can We Carry On, Girls? (TV documentary) - Herself/Various Characters
2001     I Love Christmas (TV documentary)
2001     Beginner's Luck - Mark's mum
2003     The 100 Greatest Scary Moments (TV documentary) - Herself

2003     Timeshift 'The Magic Roundabout Story' - Herself details

2004     Newmarket Woman (ITV Anglia) [6 episodes] - Narrator
2004     Abroad Again in Britain (TV documentary) [episodes] - Dearie
2005     This Morning (TV series) - Episode 26 August - Herself
2006     The 50 Greatest Comedy Films (TV documentary) - Herself
2006     Carry on Quizzing (Video Game) - Valeria Watt (uncredited)
2007     The All Together - Mrs. Cox
2007     Don't Knock Yourself Out (documentary) - Herself
2007     British Film Forever (documentary) 'Sauce, Satire and Silliness: The Story of British Comedy' - Herself
2009     Clare Seal - Voyages of Descent (play) details

2009     The Legend of Dick and Dom (TV series) [episodes] - Lotte Lawoo

2009     Radio Mania: An Abandoned Work (short) - Mrs Langdon

2011     Eric & Ernie: Behind the Scenes (TV documentary) - Herself
2012     Skins (TV series) - Grandmother
2012     Greatest Carry On Films - Herself (Channel 5)
2013     Carry On Loving - Presenter (Sky Music)
2013     Kookyville - Announcer (Channel 4)

2015     Carry On Forever documentary appearance (ITV3)

2017     Morecambe & Wise Forever documentary appearance (ITV3)
Children of the Night - Host (Channel 4)


Radio Broadcasts Plays/Comedies/Appearances

1955 Pertwee's Progress (series) (with Jon Pertwee) Broadcasts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8. details

1957 Ralph Truman in 'Yegor Bulichov' episodes details

1959 That's Life

1959 To Tell The Truth

1959 Hancock's Half Hour (with Tony Hancock & Sid James) 'The Poetry Society' details

1959 Educating Archie (series) details

1960 Songs and sketches taped at Bull and Bush (Shepherds Bush)

1960 Evelyn Laye introduces, On Stage Everybody! details

1960 Does The Team Think? details

1960 Monday Night at Home details

1961 Auguste details

1961-1962 Something to Shout About (series) (with Joan Sims) details - Janet

1962 The Dog Next Door details

1962 Woman's Hour

1962 The Liars details

1962 The Rivals details

1962 The Double Gallant (series) (with Timothy West) details - Lady Dainty

1963 Woman's Hour details

1963 Proteus details

1964 So Much To Remember details

1965 Man and Superman details

1965 Woman's Hour details Jan & Jun

1965 Man Speaking

1966 Interview with Carl Conway (Radio Caroline) Mar & Oct

1966 Hedda Gabler (With Ian McKellen) details

1966 Ed Stewart interview (Capital Radio)

1967 The First Night of Pygmalion details 

1967 Desert Island Discs - Guest (Radio 4)

1967 Call My Bluff details

1967 Cats details

1967 Kenneth Robinson interview

1967 Choice of Paperbacks - appear with two distinguished writers

1968 Call My Bluff details - Jan

1968 Tennis Elbow Football Game details

1968 Does The Team Think?

1969 The Guardsman

1969 Much Ado About Nothing details

1969 Just A Minute quiz show

1969 Call My Bluff quiz show - three appearances in Nov

1969 Does The Team Think? details

1969 The Jealous Wife play details

1969 Doctor at Large 'Dr Sparrow of Harley Street' details

1970 The Hero Rises Up as Lady Hamilton details

1970 Brothers in Law as Nina Zoffany details

1970 Marya details

1970 The Bull of La Plata details

1971 Pete Murray Show - Apr, Sep

1971 Open House with Pete Murray - Dec

1971 That's Your Funeral details

1972 Importance of Being Earnest as Lady Bracknell or Gwendolyn (BBC Bush House)

1973 Open House with Pete Murray - Jan, Jun, 

1973 The Man Outside

1973 Taming of The Shrew as Katherine (with Miriam Margolyes) details

1974 Open House with Pete Murray - Jan, May

1974 Sarah and Friends publicity for Absurd Person Singular (Capital Radio)

1974 Present Laughter (with Paul Scofield & Patricia Routledge) details
1974 Outrageous Ladies with Mitch Raper details

1974 The Liars details

1974 Monkeys - A Love Story as Lotta details

1975 Doting
1975 Valmouth details

1975 Peter Robinson interview Audio International Rodmartin St (Capital Radio) - Nov 2

1975 Hail Horrors Hail (recorded in Studio B14 for BBC) - Dec 10

1976 Spoof radio game show (Paris Cinema) - Aug 1

1976 Blithe Spirit (BBC Bush House) - Aug

1976 Kaleidoscope sang ‘I’m Beautiful’ and ‘Never Kissed A Man’ (Scottish TV) - Aug 25

1976 Open House with Pete Murray - Sep

1977 Topsy and Ted play (BBC) - Feb 26

1979 Diary of a Scoundrel as Kleopatra Mamaeva details

1979 Desert Island Risks send-up (Radio 4) - Mar 21

1979 Frankie Howerd Variety Show sketches produced by Griff Rhys Jones (Radio 2)

1979 Aladdin 25 minute panto by John Morley (BBC Broadcasting House) - Nov 29

1983 Towards the End of the Morning details

1987 Fresh Air on 4 (Interview with Barry Norman) - Victoria Wood also a guest - Oct

1990 The Unfortunate Fursey as Gertie (Radio 4) - Broadcast 24 Feb

1991 Die Fledermaus details

1991 Music of Liza Lehmann (Leeds Town Hall)

1993 Soho Nights as Ivka (Radio 4) details

1996 Jericho Players details

1996 Colour Radio BBC Radio Bristol

1997 Wolfgang Borchert - The Man Outside (play) details
1997 BBC Proms details

1997 Quote... Unquote

1999 Voyages of Descent play (Radio 4) details

1999 Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World (with Joan Sims & Martin Shaw) details

2005 Steve Wright's Big Guests (Radio 2)

2008 Carry On Britain documentary details

2011 Woman's Hour details - Guest

2011 Dombey and Son (series)

2011-2015 Fenella Fielding & Simon McKay Radio Shows details - Host

2013 Home Truths 'Fenella's Birthday Party' - Guest

2015 Post Punk Britain - Simon McKay's 50th Guest

2016 Pre-Punk Britain Fenella hosts Simon McKay's regular show - Host

2017 Between The Lines play (Radio 4)

2017 Front Row promoting memoirs (Radio 4)

2017 Broadcasting House (Radio 4) All week, Fenella reads phrases requested by listeners

2017 Jo Good Show (BBC Radio London) promoting memoirs

2017 Jane Garvey and Peter Allen Show promoting memoirs (BBC Radio 5 Live)

2017 Incredible Women comedy (Radio 4) episodes


1959 Valmouth (LP on PYE Records)

1959 Pieces of Eight (LP on Gala Records)

1964 Get Fit ski (flexi disc)

1965 Fenella's Horoscope by Celeste (flexi disc given with Nova magazine)

1965 Alice In Wonderland as the Dormouse (LP on Music For Pleasure) details

1966 Big Bad Mouse/Later (single on Columbia)

1969 Peter and the Wolf

1972 Façade with Michael Flanders reading poetry by Edith Sitwell. accompaniment composed by William Walton (LP on HMV Records)

1982 Valmouth (LP on That's Entertainment Records)

2009 Crash (Savoy CD)

​2012 Savoy Recordings (Savoy CD)

2013 Colette (Savoy CD)

2014 Sweetness of Honey Greek poetry (CD)

2017 Do You Mind If I Smoke (Audio Book CD set) Fenella narrates her memoirs

2018 Angel Bright (Audio Book CD set)

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