I've often wanted to do one myself but I end up hating everything I write.
This forum has seen many a marathon post from Tumble Tower - I'm sure whatever you have to write will be far better.
That's very kind of you! Thank you
International sales after 1997 perhaps? Someone here once linked a version of the Sylvester McCoy era of Doctor Who with the modern blocks during the titles and credits.
More likely it was done as part of a re-edit for a repeat, presumably this one - https://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/schedules/bbcone/london/1998-02-08#at-22.05
There was a version of a Two Ronnies Christmas show from 1982 they showed a couple of times that was re-edited for a repeat and given new end credits and a 1997 copyright date.
Thanks for that, Steve. I've had a quick look online and found this low quality YouTube upload
of another version of the programme, which uses what I assume is the original endcap:
This earlier version has a few notable changes compared to the circa 1998 edit. End credits in a different font and size, all footage in 4:3 rather than the mixture of camcorder footage in 4:3 and film footage in 14:9 on the '98 version, and most important of all… no censorship on the part at the end where Billy Connolly dances naked!