Anyway, I recently rewatched Kevin Turvey: TMBTGD for the first time in years and it's still (oxymoron alert!) seriously funny. As well as Mayall there are also early TV roles for a fresh-faced Ade Edmondson and Robbie Coltrane, as well as a great turn from Roger "Nuts In May" Sloman as a deranged, possibly psychopathic park-keeper. All this and a Shakin' Stevens theme tune as well. What more could you ask for?
Sadly you can't get the programme on DVD for love nor money, but there are still old second hand VHS copies available from Amazon and the like. It'll set you back around a tenner but it's well worth it for a largely forgotten TV comedy classic.
Then there's always the option of watching clips from the programme via You Tube. Here we see, firstly, a truly unforgettable rendering of Downtown from Turvey and co; followed by a punk classic courtesy of
Petula Clark eat your heart out
Keith Marshall & His Musical Anarchy