Graeme's youngest son, Tom Garden, is a concept artist.
Graeme appeared on the comedy quiz show 'QI' in November 2006, where he gained 673 points, which is the highest score so far on the show.
Garden has recently written a play called 'The Pocket Orchestra' which ran in London from the 26th of April 2006 till the 20th of May 2006.
Currently, Graeme's voice is featured in the irreverent animated comedy series about a horrifically bad London comprehensive high school, 'Bromwell High'.
Graeme also wrote and directed the corporate video company Video Arts, famous for its training films starring John Cleese.
Graeme and Tim Brooke-Taylor were co-presenters of Channel 4's daytime game show 'Beat the Nation'.
Graeme was a regular team captain on the political satire game show 'If I Ruled the World'.
Graeme has also appeared on the UK version of the television series 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'
Garden is chair of the spoof radio game show 'Beat The Kids'.
Graeme stared in and co-wrote 'You'll Have Had Your Tea', a direct spin-off of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.
Graeme and Bill Oddie wrote, but did not perform in, a 6-part science fiction sitcom called Astronauts.
Graeme appeared with Tim Brooke-Taylor in the theatre production 'The Unvarnished Truth'.
Garden was co-writer and performer in the comedy series 'Broaden Your Mind' with Tim Brooke-Taylor (Bill Oddie joined the series for the second season).
Graeme was co-writer and performer in the comedy series 'Twice a Fortnight' with Bill Oddie, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Jonathan Lynn.
Graeme also wrote for the show 'Surgical Spirit'.
Graeme has also presented three series of the BBC's health magazine 'Bodymatters'.
Graeme's leisure interests include painting and playing the banjo.
Graeme lives in Oxfordshire with his family.
Graeme Garden is a qualified doctor of medicine but he claims to be horrified at treating people because he doesn't remember anything.
Graeme's son John Garden is the keyboard player in the band "Scissor Sisters"
(From 'If I Ruled The World' - Reply to Tim Brooke-Taylor's comment that it was high time The Goodies was repeated on TV)
Graeme: I couldn't disagree more...it was time to repeat them ten, fifteen years ago.