BBC for making its comedy shows political.The Hi-de-Hi! star, who played chalet maid Peggy, wants the Beeb to broadcast more sitcoms aimed at a family audience.With the nation going through tough times, she thinks it’s more important than ever that TV makes us giggle together.READ NEXT: BritBox Spitting Image reboot slammed by own star who says jokes need to 'move on'Su said: "I would love to see the BBC do old-style comedy again."For a lot of people, with the current situation, it would be lovely for them to feel they have a show to watch that’s notpolitical….
something that’s just as it is, with silly humour."And something warm with nice characters. I think people would love to have that feel-good factor at the moment."Hi-de-Hi!
was famed for its cheeky humour and loveable characters. When it aired on the BBC in the 1980s it regularly pulled in 16million viewers.Read more on dailystar.co.uk