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06:00
Teleshopping
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home
07:00
dinnerladies
Petula's bizarre lifestyle catches up with her
Petula's bizarre lifestyle finally catches up with her, forcing Bren to make a difficult decision, and a new member of staff commits a terrible faux pas when she makes the tea. Comedy, starring Victoria Wood, Thelma Barlow and Julie Walters
07:40
2point4 Children
Part two of two. David is hospitalised
Part two of two. At the hospital, accusations fly between Bill, Ben and Jenny about how David could have ended up getting tetanus without them being aware of it. Rona has been forced to take the bus to her wedding and, when she arrives at the church, she sees her side of the seating is filled with her boyfriends, and runs out on her groom
08:15
Are You Being Served?
Grace Brothers moves with the times
A visit to America persuades young Mr Grace he has to move with the times, so he introduces a series of innovative sales techniques to the store, but finds the old dogs on the shop floor reluctant to learn new tricks. Comedy, with John Inman, the late Mollie Sugden and Trevor Bannister
08:55
Only Fools and Horses
The first episode of the comedy
The first episode of John Sullivan's classic comedy, originally broadcast in 1981, which introduced the viewing public to the Trotter family. Rodney grows tired of being dogsbody to wheeler-dealing older brother Del-Boy and decides to set out on his own. David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst star, with Lennard Pearce
09:35
Last of the Summer Wine
Something sinister stirs in the woods
Young-at-heart trio Compo, Clegg and Foggy gamely volunteer to investigate reports of something sinister stirring in the woods. Rural comedy, starring Peter Sallis, Bill Owen and Brian Wilde
10:15
Last of the Summer Wine
Compo takes Nora for a ride
Compo hires a motorbike from Auntie Wainwright and takes Nora Batty for a ride in it. The disaster-fraught trip sees Nora chasing after him for once - but only because she is hurtling toward him in an out-of-control sidecar. Rural comedy, starring Bill Owen and Kathy Staff
10:55
Desmond's
Sean falls for his teacher
11:30
2point4 Children
Part two of two. David is hospitalised
Part two of two. At the hospital, accusations fly between Bill, Ben and Jenny about how David could have ended up getting tetanus without them being aware of it. Rona has been forced to take the bus to her wedding and, when she arrives at the church, she sees her side of the seating is filled with her boyfriends, and runs out on her groom
12:10
Keeping Up Appearances
Hyacinth auditions for a part in Emmet's musical
Although Emmet's musical is already fully cast, Hyacinth remains convinced that his shyness is the only reason she has not been given a starring role. Suburban sitcom, starring Patricia Routledge, David Griffin and Geoffrey Hughes
12:50
dinnerladies
Petula's bizarre lifestyle catches up with her
Petula's bizarre lifestyle finally catches up with her, forcing Bren to make a difficult decision, and a new member of staff commits a terrible faux pas when she makes the tea. Comedy, starring Victoria Wood, Thelma Barlow and Julie Walters
13:30
Dad's Army
Captain Mainwaring puts the defence of the realm before personal pride
Captain Mainwaring puts the defence of the realm before personal pride, resulting in him nearly losing command of the platoon. Classic comedy with the Home Guard, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier
14:05
Dad's Army
The platoon takes two prisoners
Mainwaring and his platoon have their hands full with two German prisoners and the arrival of a suspicious Polish captain, while Walker sees a way to make easy money. Comedy first broadcast in 1968, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier
14:45
Last of the Summer Wine
Compo takes Nora for a ride
Compo hires a motorbike from Auntie Wainwright and takes Nora Batty for a ride in it. The disaster-fraught trip sees Nora chasing after him for once - but only because she is hurtling toward him in an out-of-control sidecar. Rural comedy, starring Bill Owen and Kathy Staff
15:25
Desmond's
Sean falls for his teacher
16:00
Only Fools and Horses
The first episode of the comedy
The first episode of John Sullivan's classic comedy, originally broadcast in 1981, which introduced the viewing public to the Trotter family. Rodney grows tired of being dogsbody to wheeler-dealing older brother Del-Boy and decides to set out on his own. David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst star, with Lennard Pearce
16:40
Keeping Up Appearances
Hyacinth auditions for a part in Emmet's musical
Although Emmet's musical is already fully cast, Hyacinth remains convinced that his shyness is the only reason she has not been given a starring role. Suburban sitcom, starring Patricia Routledge, David Griffin and Geoffrey Hughes
17:20
Are You Being Served?
Grace Brothers moves with the times
A visit to America persuades young Mr Grace he has to move with the times, so he introduces a series of innovative sales techniques to the store, but finds the old dogs on the shop floor reluctant to learn new tricks. Comedy, with John Inman, the late Mollie Sugden and Trevor Bannister
18:00
dinnerladies
Petula's bizarre lifestyle catches up with her
Petula's bizarre lifestyle finally catches up with her, forcing Bren to make a difficult decision, and a new member of staff commits a terrible faux pas when she makes the tea. Comedy, starring Victoria Wood, Thelma Barlow and Julie Walters
18:40
Dad's Army
Captain Mainwaring puts the defence of the realm before personal pride
Captain Mainwaring puts the defence of the realm before personal pride, resulting in him nearly losing command of the platoon. Classic comedy with the Home Guard, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier
19:20
Dad's Army
The platoon takes two prisoners
Mainwaring and his platoon have their hands full with two German prisoners and the arrival of a suspicious Polish captain, while Walker sees a way to make easy money. Comedy first broadcast in 1968, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier
20:00
The Good Life
Tom and Barbara invest in livestock
Tom and Barbara introduce livestock into Surbiton - an idea that does not go down too well with the neighbours. Comedy, starring Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal
20:40
The Good Life
The Goods earn extra money
Tom is tempted to earn some extra money, but it is not to pay the bills or replenish his dwindling savings. Comedy, starring Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal, Penelope Keith and Paul Eddington. First broadcast in 1975
21:20
All Round to Mrs Brown's
With Joel Dommett, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes
Agnes and his comical family are joined on the show by comedian Joel Dommett and morning TV presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes. Plus, British country duo the Shires perform live on the show
22:20
Only Fools and Horses
Part two of two. The Trotters arrive in America
Part two of two. The Trotters arrive in Florida, and walk straight into disaster after their camper van is burgled and local Mafiosi take a shine to Del-Boy, who bears more than a passing resemblance to their boss. What Del does not know is that they are planning to have him killed as a way of faking the godfather's death to help him escape being sent to prison. Feature-length episode of the comedy, starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst, with a cameo appearance by Bee Gee Barry Gibb
00:10
All Round to Mrs Brown's
The return of the chat show, with Teri Hatcher, Rob Beckett and Anna Friel
Brendan O'Carroll dons Agnes's famous cardigan and curly wig once again as the chat show returns. The first edition features actresses Teri Hatcher and Anna Friel, comedian Rob Beckett and football pundit Chris Kamara, with music from Calum Scott and Naughty Boy
01:25
All Round to Mrs Brown's
With Joel Dommett, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes
Agnes and his comical family are joined on the show by comedian Joel Dommett and morning TV presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes. Plus, British country duo the Shires perform live on the show
02:20
How The Young Ones Changed Comedy
Documentary celebrating the legacy of the British sitcom, The Young Ones
Documentary celebrating the legacy of one of the most notorious British sitcoms of all time, The Young Ones. The programme features archive footage with revelations from many of the stars who were involved, including Nigel Planer, Alexei Sayle and John Lloyd, and comedians David Baddiel, Charlie Higson and Clive Anderson discuss how the show influenced their own work and the British comedy scene
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