Incorrigible cockney larrikin Jim Davidson honoured in a three-disc box set of live concerts. In 'Red White And Very Blue' (2000) Davidson returns to home turf after a long absence to play the Hammersmith Apollo in London. In rude health and as cheeky as ever, he plays the home crowd advantage for all its worth, imagining grandfathers in lap dance clubs. The 'Silver Jubilee' concert in 2002 marked Davidson's 25th year in showbiz. Filmed in Edinburgh during his 2002 tour, this hilarious live show offers up Jim's views on everything from Tony Blair and the Pope to his advice on foreplay. In a more recent concert, 'Live 2006,' Jim returns to the stand up arena with an updated helping of blue laughs.