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  • The Thing in Wesley's Shed

    Long-in-the-tooth laughs in the longest-running sitcom. Wesley is nearly ready to take his creation off the 'Top Secret' list and unleash it on the world.

  • Brushes at Dawn

    Gobsmacked at finding he has an upstart rival for the hand of Nora Batty, Compo decides to take the only action a gentleman can in such circumstances. Vintage comedy.

  • A Clean Sweep

    Laughs with the old chaps of Yorkshire who've been entertaining us for decades now. Foggy decides to keep alive the old tradition of having a lucky sweep at weddings.

  • The Mysterious CW Northrop

    Japes and some homespun philosophy in beautiful Yorkshire. Smiler confides to Clegg that he's fallen in love with a woman known for her cooking.

  • A Double for Howard

    Gentle comedy with the three not-so-wise men of Yorkshire. Howard's new foolproof scheme will cure Pearl of being unnaturally suspicious once and for all.

  • How to Create a Monster

    Laughs with the Yorkshiremen showing that growing older doesn't mean losing your sense of fun. Lollipop man Smiler is a total failure, until Foggy steps in.

  • Deviations with Davenport

    Laughs and lovely scenery in the world's longest-running sitcom. A man writing a guide book on cross-country walks meets the perfect local expert.

  • Next Kiss Please

    The continuing adventures of Yorkshire's finest overgrown schoolboys. Despite his knowledge of Nora Batty's feelings towards him, Compo makes a rather rash bet.

  • Destiny and Six Bananas

    The much-loved sitcom set in beautiful Yorkshire. When something horrible stirs in the woods, it turns out to be the moment Foggy has been waiting for.

  • A Sidecar Named Desire

    Laughs with the old boys of Yorkshire, not forgetting their long-suffering lady friends. Compo's memory is stirred when he travels by motorbike and sidecar.

  • Beware of the Oglethorpe

    Fun with the young-at-heart ramblers of Yorkshire, not forgetting some homespun philosophy from the great Thora Hird. Compo enjoys a spot of volunteering.

  • Tarzan of the Towpath

    Laughs with the retired folk of Yorkshire, now joined by Frank Thornton, previously best known as Captain Peacock. Nora reveals unexpected osteopathic skills.

  • Truly and the Hole Truth

    Fun and some beautiful countryside with the ever-busy OAPs. Compo and Clegg are less than enthusiastic when Truly decides to form an active rescue team.

  • Oh Howard, We Should Get One of Those

    Further adventures with the old boys from Yorkshire, now joined by Frank Thornton. Nora Batty and the ladies mysteriously set off in Edie's car.

  • The Only Diesel-Powered Saxophone in Captivity

    Classic laughs. Clegg and Truly are astonished by Goatie Helliewell's willingness to compete with Compo in various reckless tests.

  • Perfection: Thy Name Is Ridley

    A corking episode of the heartwarming sitcom. Compo is tired of hearing praise for a widower across the valley. And then Nora goes to visit him.

  • Nowhere Particular

    Laughs with the old gents of Yorkshire. Howard secretly buys an old van and asks Wesley to customise it for him to make it comfortable for long journeys.

  • From Audrey Nash to the Widow Dilhooley

    Laughs with the adventurous Yorkshiremen. When Ivy and Nora reveal a childhood friend is returning from Australia, Truly is emotional.

  • Support Your Local Skydiver

    Classic laughs from the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. In order to overcome Nora Batty's apathy towards him, Compo parades a more glamorous image.

  • The Pony Set

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Auntie Wainwright has a new line in all things equestrian, causing quite a stir. But Compo, Clegg and Truly have other things on their minds.

  • How Errol Flynn Discovered the Secret

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. Here, Compo discovers Nora Batty's secret scar, and the chaps meet Billy Hardcastle dressed as Robin Hood.

  • Who's Thrown Her Tom Cruise Photographs Away?

    Young-at-heart sitcom. When Marina is stood up by Howard, she decides to give up on men. Truly sees a way of making Marina jealous.

  • What Happened to Barry's Nose?

    Roy Clarke's popular sitcom about a group of sprightly OAPs. When Howard decides to take up weight-lifting, Barry sets out to become more assertive.

  • Optimism in the Housing Market

    The British sitcom that ran from 1973 to 2010. Smiler's first day as a door-to-door salesman for Auntie Wainwright proves to be a painful experience.

  • Will Barry Go Septic Despite Listening to Classical Music?

    More fun with those young-at-heart OAPs. Compo, Clegg and Truly happen upon a man testing for earthquakes in a hilly area.

  • Beware the Vanilla Slice

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Compo is reminded of a boisterous game he used to play at school. Truly tries to return the lawnmower that he bought from Auntie.

  • Howard Throws a Wobbler

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Howard overhears Pearl laughing on the telephone and suspects the worst. Truly organises some surveillance.

  • The Phantom Number 14 Bus

    More laughter and levity with those sprightly pensioners. 'Truly of the Yard' investigates the curious case of a bus which disappeared between stops.

  • Ironing Day

    Sitcom about a group of young-at-heart pensioners in Yorkshire. Auntie Wainwright lets Smiler be the first to sample some incredibly potent home-made wine!

  • Lipstick and Other Problems

    Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom about young-at-heart pensioners. Marina cycles into a ditch and Barry comes to her rescue - but marital problems ensue.

  • Under the Rug

    Sitcom about three old boys savouring their autumn years. Trouble is in store when Howard tells Clegg to expect a parcel from the Elegant Wig and Hairpiece Company.

  • Magic and the Morris Minor

    More ripe old fun in Yorkshire. Compo, Clegg and Truly meet a couple whose car is stuck in a remote field. The wife claims to possess mystical powers!

  • Elegy for Fallen Wellies

    Sitcom about three old men enjoying a second boyhood in rural Yorkshire. Compo bows out when the sight of Nora in black tights is too much for him to bear.

  • Surprise at Throstlenest

    Senior sitcom - it's been going strong since 1973! Compo's pals attempt to carry out his wish that his ferrets be taken to Throstlenest Farm.

  • Just a Small Funeral

    Popular sitcom about a group of young-at-heart OAPs. Clegg and Truly brace themselves for Compo's funeral, while others try to find something suitable to wear.

  • From Here to Paternity

    Young at heart sitcom. Clegg opens one of Compo's letters and finds it is from a long-lost son, announcing his arrival to meet his father for the first time.

  • Some Vans Can Make You Deaf

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. Compo's son, Tom, is becoming a big noise in the town.

  • Waggoner's Roll

    Long-running sitcom. Mrs Avery is unenthusiastic about Tom's plans to make his niece Babs into a star. Clegg and Truly are beginning to warm towards Tom.

  • I Didn't Know Barry Could Play

    The world's longest running sitcom! Tom manages to get his niece, Babs, on the road to stardom with a lunchtime booking at a pub.

  • Getting Barry's Goat

    More ripe old fun in Yorkshire. Compo's son, Tom, has now settled down in his father's old house. He's gullible enough to accept any given challenge.

  • The Art of the Shorts Story

    Roy Clarke's senior sitcom - a firm favourite since 1973. Howard panics when Pearl asks him why one of his undergarments is missing.

  • The Missing Bus of Mrs Avery

    The much-loved sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. The ladies embark on a mystery tour when they hire a minibus to take them on a picnic.

  • Hey! Big Vendor

    Long-running sitcom, a perennial favourite since 1973. Here, Wesley uses his renowned engineering skills to produce a go-anywhere vending machine.

  • Enter the Hawk

    More ripe old fun. Billy Hardcastle is a distant relative of Robin Hood, but soon finds that having a friend with a pinstripe suit is adventurous enough.

  • Gnome and Away

    Roy Clarke's popular sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. Howard has a unique present for Marina to put in her garden, but he doesn't want Pearl seeing it.

  • A Hair of the Blonde That Bit You

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. When Pearl finds a blonde hair on Howard, he calls on his friends to help him out of a tricky situation.

  • A White Sweater and a Solicitor's Letter

    Sitcom about a group of sprightly OAPs in Yorkshire. A solicitor's letter to Compo interests the whole town, and terrifies his son Tom.

  • Why Is Barry at an Angle?

    Popular sitcom. Barry's promotion at the building society entails visiting a particularly violent family. Unwisely, he seeks advice from Truly and Clegg.

  • The Coming of the Beast

    Norman Wisdom makes a guest appearance in this episode of the senior sitcom. Truly jests that there's a tiger on the loose, with far-reaching repercussions.

  • A Brief Excursion in the Fast Lane

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Wesley has just finished his motorised scooter, when along comes his son-in-law with a taste for dangerous adventure.

  • The Mystical Squeak of Howard's Bicycle

    Madcap sitcom. Howard's bicycle starts acting strangely in Pearl's presence, so Truly recommends that Clegg performs an exorcism on it.

  • Mervyn Would Be Proud

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Billy regrets his promise to demonstrate archery at the vicar's garden party - whilst riding a horse!

  • The Incredible Ordeal of Norman Clegg

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Clegg is used to looking after Howard's suspect packages, but draws the line at a picnic accessory.

  • Beware of the Hot Dog

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. Wesley and Barry hatch a brilliant plan to sell hot dogs to weary hikers and travellers from Wesley's new barrow.

  • In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position

    Pensionable fun in Yorkshire. Wesley's trolley seems guaranteed to cheer up a dispirited Smiler.

  • A Chaise Longue Too Far

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom. Glenda's unwanted anniversary present proves to have some use - especially when Howard gets locked in his bedroom.

  • Exercising Father's Bicycle

    More farcical fun in the world's longest running sitcom. Keen to follow his father's footsteps, Tom foolishly listens to Clegg and Truly's stories.

  • Sadly, Madly, Bradley

    Roy Clarke's sitcom about young-at-heart pensioners. Billy is burdened with his humourless brother-in-law. Wesley tries to deliver an inflatable feeding trough.

  • It All Began with an Old Volvo Headlamp

    Young-at-heart sitcom. A heartbroken Kevin needs a place to be alone, but problems arise when he decides to be the 'Wise Man of the Woods'.

  • The Lair of the Cat Creature

    The 24th series of the long-running sitcom. When Alvin falls into their lives, Truly, Clegg and Billy try to help the failed bird-man find his niche.

  • Ancient Eastern Wisdom: An Introduction

    Look for Burt Kwouk, AKA Inspector Clouseau's pal Cato, in this episode of the Yorkshire-set sitcom. Truly and Clegg meet handyman Entwistle.

  • A Pick-Up of the Later Ming Dynasty

    Long-running sitcom. Truly, Clegg and Billy find their skills are needed to help Tom and Smiler locate the source of a squeak on their handcart.

  • The Secret Birthday of Norman Clegg

    More misadventures with those young-at-heart Yorkshire pensioners. Keen to enjoy a quiet birthday, Clegg plans a discreet lunch at a nice hotel.

  • In Which Gavin Hinchcliffe Loses the Gulf Stream

    The record-breaking sitcom - it's been going strong since 1973! The gang are surprised to see an old pal skiing on a van roof.

  • The Miraculous Curing of Old Goff Helliwell

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Clegg, Truly and Billy look for something, or someone, that will put the spark back into an ailing friend's life.

  • The Frenchies Are Coming

    Roy Clarke's young-at-heart sitcom. Just when Barry finds himself looking for an alternative to golf, Billy turns up with an archery training course.

  • The Man Who Invented Yorkshire Funny Stuff

    The sitcom that's been going strong since 1973. Marina has bought Howard a full-size life-like gorilla. Getting it home causes mayhem.

  • The Second Husband and the Showgirls

    Comedy about young-at-heart pensioners. Tom and Smiler have a blind date lined up. Truly learns that his ex-wife's new husband is coming to town.

  • All of a Florrie

    Sitcom that's been raising laughs since 1973. An acquaintance from Truly's past turns up with amorous intentions. Starring Frank 'Are You Being Served?' Thornton.

  • Jurassic No Parking

    Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom. Barry's prize in a competition is a really big problem - not just for him but everyone who helps get rid of it.

  • The General's Greatest Battle

    The young at heart sitcom. The lifelike effigy of the old General has been spruced up for the annual parade. Nora is to be on a float playing his wife!

Episode guide

Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Comic mishaps with the three old men of the Yorkshire Pennines. Seymour plans to put the sparkle back into Christmas - but Compo ends up on the roof.

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Seasonal special of Roy Clarke's classic long-running comedy, still in full working order. The boys accede to Sam's last request and spirit him out of his sick bed.

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Zany adventures with the three old men of the Yorkshire Pennines. Foggy books a seaside caravan for the trio to stay in at Christmas. What could possibly go wrong?

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A special feature-length episode of Roy Clarke's long-running comedy. Compo and Clegg meet Seymour, retired headmaster and would-be brilliant inventor.

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Long-running sitcom. Foggy, Compo and Clegg are struck by the Christmas blues, so they decide to seek out two old school pals to recapture the spirit of their youth.

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A Christmas special from 1987. The annual garden fete is of no interest to Compo and Clegg, until they meet a tramp with a special interest in donkeys.

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Roy Clarke's epic sitcom that will still be going when we've all long gone. In this Christmas special from 1988, Barry has a secret - he wants to get Glenda a water bed!

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    The Christmas 1990 edition of Roy Clarke's epic sitcom. Barry gets locked in the pub on Christmas night and makes the most of the experience. But then he's too scared to go home!

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  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A Christmas special from 1989. Compo just can't think what to get Nora for Christmas. Perhaps Auntie Wainwright might have the answer.

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Series 1

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  • Of Funerals and Fish

    The very first episode of the longest running sitcom in the world! When two men remove Compo's television, he retaliates by stealing Nora Batty's bloomers.

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  • Short Back and Palais Glide

    It's Blamire, not Foggy, who appears here in the first series of the long-running sitcom. The boys discuss life, love and unpleasant women.

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  • Inventor of the 40-foot Ferret

    The sitcom's first series, with the loveable fellows enjoying a second childhood in Yorkshire. Clegg and Blamire encourage Compo's spirituality.

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  • Pate and Chips

    Classic comic adventures from the early days when Michael Bates was one of the naughty silvered trio. The chums go to a stately home, with predictable consequences!

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  • Spring Fever

    Compo makes an effort by dressing up smartly as he attempts to woo a lady. So he might take the ferrets out of his trousers... fun in the early days of the sitcom.

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  • The New Mobile Trio

    A rust-bucket is about to find some new owners in another episode from the first series of the world's longest-running sitcom. The boys decide they need a car.

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  • Hail Smiling Morn, or Thereabouts

    Laughs with the outrageous old codgers. The gang have some fun with a new camera, tracking down things to photograph. Not Nora's stockings?

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Series 2

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  • Forked Lightning

    Laughs with the old lads roaming around the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. There are problems with a bicycle as Sid tries to avoid Ivy. Who can blame him?

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  • Who's That Dancing with Nora Batty, Then?

    From the early days when Michael Bates was one of the trio, more antics with the three old men. Nora's chum is emigrating to Australia.

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  • The Changing Face of Rural Blamire

    A very early episode of the show that's a national institution. The trio embark upon a disastrous business venture.

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  • Some Enchanted Evening

    Battleaxes, old boys and beautiful countryside - the perfect humorous blend. Compo finally gets a chance to seduce Nora Batty with his impeccable manners.

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  • A Quiet Drink

    Classic laughs with the boys who are no strangers to getting ushered out of the cafe with the aid of a broom. Someone isn't getting his round in at the local pub.

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  • Ballad for Wind Instruments and Canoe

    A trip across Yorkshire with the game old codgers. The trio go on a voyage in a canoe, but it looks like they're upstream without a paddle.

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  • Northern Flying Circus

    More madcap adventures with the misbehaving veterans. Compo gets on his bike - motorbike, that is - and tries to out-perform Evel Knievel.

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Series 3

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  • The Man from Oswestry

    Foggy Dewhurst proves to be a trouble-maker in the hit sitcom. It's the first episode for Brian Wilde, fresh from playing Mr Barraclough in 'Porridge'.

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  • Mending Stuart's Leg

    The late, great Bill Owen admires Nora's wrinkled stockings again in the vintage sitcom. The boys help a fellow old timer who has an odd medical problem.

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  • The Great Boarding House Bathroom Caper

    Classic sitcom with the three old boys growing old disgracefully. The trio are off to the seaside with Sid and Ivy - and Compo's ferrets.

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  • Cheering Up Gordon

    The old men of Yorkshire re-group for more laughs and larking. The trio take a holiday at the seaside with Compo's nephew, Gordon.

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  • The Kink in Foggy's Niblick

    Nobody believes Foggy can play golf, particularly when he mentions that he hasn't done so since 1939. Laughs with the ever-young Yorkshiremen.

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  • Going to Gordon's Wedding

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Gordon, Compo's shy nephew, is at last getting married to Josie, and Compo considers having a bath for the wedding.

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  • Isometrics and After

    More fun with the three old men of Yorkshire. Compo and Clegg are not as fit as they should be, according to Foggy, so they embark on a fitness regime.

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Series 4

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  • Ferret Come Home

    Vintage sitcom with some lovely scenery and the three aging Yorkshire lads. Compo's passion for Nora Batty clashes with his concern for his missing ferret.

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  • Getting on Sidney's Wire

    The long-running show with the three old devils of Yorkshire. The trio's attempts to do some handy work around the cafe are doomed to failure.

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  • Jubilee

    Vintage laughs from the three old fellas in the show that seems to be immortal. Foggy wants to do something for the Royal Jubilee, but things, as ever, don't go to plan.

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  • Flower Power Cut

    The loveable elderly trio of Yorkshiremen get into more trouble as Clegg is caught behaving oddly in the cafe.

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  • Who Made a Bit of a Splash in Wales, Then?

    Much-cherished sitcom. A trip to the valleys for the youthful codgers, as Foggy pays a visit to his lady friend.

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  • Greenfingers

    Come and visit the three old men of Yorkshire with more gentle fun involving wifely dragons and hare-brained schemes. The trio get passionate about vegetables.

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  • The Bandit from Stoke-on-Trent

    Come for a lengthy walk through some lovely countryside with those youthful codgers. An old friend of the trio is back in town, but why?

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Series 5

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  • Full Steam Behind

    The world's longest-running sitcom, following three silver chaps in their wanderings through the countryside. A journey by steam train is on the cards for the trio.

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  • The Flag and Its Snags

    A trip to a land of ferrets, wrinkly stockings and cloth caps in the much-loved sitcom with a fine cast. Foggy wants to plant a flag in British soil.

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  • The Flag and Further Snags

    Fun and a dash of naughtiness from the three indomitable old codgers. Will one of Foggy's mad schemes, this time involving a flag, finally bear fruit?

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  • Deep in the Heart of Yorkshire

    Ferrets, wrinkly stockings, and Compo being chased by Nora Batty with a broom. Sid and Wally's wives are suspicious of their other halves.

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  • Earnshaw Strikes Back

    Come enjoy the antics of three old men savouring their autumn years in picturesque Yorkshire. Clegg doesn't want to raise the spectre of a local myth.

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  • Here We Go into the Wild Blue Yonder

    Those three old men of the Yorkshire Pennines rustle up more comedy and fun. Compo considers taking up a dangerous sport to impress Nora.

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  • Here We Go Again into the Wild Blue Yonder

    Another visit to the three old boys enjoying a second boyhood in a Yorkshire village. Compo is about to take to the air. Watch out!

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Series 6

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  • In the Service of Humanity

    A vintage episode of the comedy about the three naughty old men from Yorkshire. Clegg and Compo are dismayed when Foggy gets into first aid.

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  • Car and Garter

    More laughs with the trio of irrepressible oldsters. In order to enhance Sid's marital status, Foggy, Clegg and Compo decide to create a glamorous image for him.

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  • The Odd Dog Men

    The world's longest-running sitcom. A chance encounter with an unwilling and resentful dog-walker suggests to Foggy that this might be a business opportunity.

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  • A Bicycle Made for Three

    Vintage laughs. Finding themselves unexpectedly in a country ditch, Foggy, Clegg and Compo decide that one standard gent's bicycle is not enough.

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  • One of the Last few Places Unexplored by Man

    Growing old disgracefully with Compo and friends. Here, Compo wants his photo taken - in Nora Batty's bedroom. Brave man!

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  • Serenade for Tight Jeans and Metal Detector

    Whimsical comedy from all our childhood Sunday evenings. Clegg takes to the hills with a metal detector to look for treasure.

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  • From Wellies to Wetsuit

    Classic comedy with the young-at-heart codgers, set against the beautiful backdrop of Yorkshire. Compo decides to take up water skiing and scuba diving.

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Series 7

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  • The Frozen Turkey Man

    Laughs galore in the world's longest-running sitcom. Love is in the air when Compo convinces a desirable barmaid that Foggy is an eccentric millionaire.

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  • The White Man's Grave

    A trip to the Yorkshire Pennines for a happy half hour with the three old rogues. The trio plot to get Wally out of the house and away from nagging Nora.

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  • The Waist Land

    A relaxing stroll through the Yorkshire countryside with the comical trio. Foggy has a scam selling food to the desperate inhabitants of a health farm.

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  • Cheering Up Ludovic

    Laughs in the sitcom from the wonderfully witty mind of 'Open All Hours' writer Roy Clarke. Clegg is given the job of test driving Ludovic's new van.

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  • The Three Astaires

    Brian Wilde, who also starred in another legendary sitcom 'Porridge', is one of the comical old chaps from Yorkshire. The trio take part in a church concert.

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  • The Arts of Concealment

    More hearty chuckles from the beloved sitcom, filmed in Yorkshire. Foggy tries camouflage, but only succeeds in scaring passers-by.

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Series 7

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  • The Loxley Lozenge

    The long-running sitcom about three old men of the Dales. A previous bad experience with Wesley Pegden and his home-made racing car doesn't put off the boys.

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  • The Mysterious Feet of Nora Batty

    The late Bill Owen in the series that made him one of Britain's favourite characters. Foggy and Compo argue about the size of Nora's feet.

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  • Keeping Britain Tidy

    Mischievous old boys and their dragon-like lady friends in the sitcom that's run for over thirty years. An abandoned mattress sparks a clean up campaign.

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  • Enter the Phantom

    Vintage comedy from the writer of 'Open All Hours' and 'Keeping Up Appearances'. Compo transforms himself into a daredevil biker to impress Nora Batty.

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  • Catching Digby's Donkey

    Classic comic fun with the three old gents draining the last drop of fun out of life. Digby's donkey is on the loose again with the trio on its tail.

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  • The Woollen Mills of Your Mind

    Hugely popular sitcom about three old men in Yorkshire. In his latest scheme to impress Nora, Compo decides to become a marathon runner.

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  • Who's Looking After the Cafe Then?

    Comedy from the writer who created 'Open All Hours'. Ivy has to go out for the afternoon so, foolishly, she puts Foggy in charge of the cafe.

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Series 9

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  • Why Does Norman Clegg Buy Ladies' Elastic Stockings?

    More fun with the naughty old chaps, now joined by Seymour Utterthwaite. Clegg is persuaded to deliver a note to Marina.

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  • The Heavily Reinforced Bottom

    Eccentric would-be inventor Seymour Utterthwaite joins Compo and Clegg on their escapades. This time they repair a boat, and who's ending up wet?

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  • Dried Dates and Codfanglers

    Philosophy and fun as we take a gentle stroll through the Yorkshire countryside with those young-at-heart oldies. Compo talks about love and ferrets.

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  • The Really Masculine Purse

    Issues of sexuality explored by the unlikeliest characters in the classic sitcom, as Seymour invents a purse for men and wants Compo to try it out.

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  • Who's Feeling Ejected, Then?

    Vintage laughs with the old boys getting into surreal scrapes in Yorkshire. Compo volunteers to try out Seymour's car safety device.

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  • The Ice Cream Man Cometh

    Another rambling day out for the three old fellows refusing to age gracefully. The chaps decide there's money to be made during a heatwave.

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Series 9

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  • Set the People Free

    The Yorkshire sitcom with a lovely cast of old boys. Compo and Clegg hatch a plan to free hen-pecked Wally and Howard from their domestic chores.

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  • Go with the Flow

    Roy Clarke's sitcom that's been running for over 30 years and is just as funny as it was when it began. Seymour decides to offer his talents to the local vicar.

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  • Jaws

    The evergreen sitcom about older Yorkshire folk being naughty. Seymour vows that Edie's dustbin carrying days are over as he decides to install a waste disposal unit for her.

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  • Edie and the Automobile

    Comedy that upholds the old adage that we revert to childhood as we get older! Seymour, a non-driver, volunteers to help Edie learn to drive again.

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  • Wind Power

    More laughs with those bonkers old blokes. Seymour and Clegg plan to make aeronautical history with a pair of roller skates, an old sail and a gullible test pilot.

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  • When You Take a Good Bite, Yorkshire Tastes Terrible

    Clegg takes Compo and Seymour on a journey to re-create the times when the trio would walk gates and climb trees together.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 10

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Experiment

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom set in the scenic Yorkshire countryside. Seymour and Clegg take drastic action to try to get Compo to buy a round.

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  • The Treasure of the Deep

    When Compo hauls a piece of antique silver from the canal, Seymour believes he can recover the rest of the loot and return it to its rightful owner.

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  • Dancing Feet

    More senior silliness in Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom. An afternoon driving around in Wesley's car proves to be hard on the old feet.

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  • That Certain Smile

    Lock up your grandmothers, it's the badly-behaved old blokes from Yorkshire! Clegg and Seymour try to get the hospitalised Clem Hemingway to crack a smile.

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  • Downhill Racer

    Roy Clarke's classic sitcom, and those life-loving chaps are up to naughtiness again. Seymour sets out to prove that skiing need not be a sport only for the rich.

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  • The Day of the Welsh Ferret

    Laughs with the charming old gentlemen. Compo has an encounter with a feisty ferret... doesn't he always keep a couple spare in his trousers, anyway?

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 11

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Come Back Jack Harry Teesdale

    When the Teesdales stop to give the trio a lift when returning from their caravanning weekend, it soon becomes apparent that Mrs T is troubled.

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  • The Kiss and Mavis Poskit

    Growing old disgracefully with the outrageous trio. Clegg feels distinctly uncomfortable when Nora and Edie begin to take an unnatural interest in him.

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  • Oh, Shut Up and Eat Your Choc Ice

    Seymour and Clegg are spotted climbing into a bale of hay by a coachload of Japanese tourists, who wonder 'Is this an old Yorkshire ritual?'.

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  • Who's that Bloke with Nora Batty then?

    Roy Clarke's much-loved, long running sitcom with Compo and friends. Nora sets tongues wagging when she goes out without wrinkled stockings.

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  • Getting Barry Higher in the World

    Comic adventures with the three naughty old men of the Dales. A child's kite inspires Seymour to demonstrate how easy it is to make one.

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  • Three Men and a Mangle

    Roy Clarke's sitcom gets a bit saucy when Compo is invited to Nora Batty's bedroom - a moving experience, and one that Seymour will not easily forget!

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  • Happy Anniversary, Gough and Jessie

    The classic sitcom continues! Compo, Clegg and Seymour decide it is their duty to give Gough a helping hand with his conjugal rites.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 12

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Return of the Warrior

    The heartwarming sitcom that is fully entitled to the tag British institution. This episode sees the return of Foggy, played as ever by the great Brian Wilde.

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  • Come In Sunray Major

    Foggy becomes acquainted with new technology in order to further communications with Compo and Clegg. No, not mobile phones, we're talking... walkie-talkies.

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  • The Charity Balls

    Hilarity with the elderly chaps. Compo, Clegg and Foggy are intrigued by some perfectly respectable men who turn up wearing no trousers. Well, who wouldn't be?

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  • Walking Stiff Can Make You Famous

    Madcap antics from the veteran troupe in the long-running sitcom. Foggy reckons he is on to a real money-spinner when he invents bicycle polo.

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  • That's Not Captain Zero

    Old boys behaving badly. The much-missed Bill Owen is Compo, who gets the showbusiness break he's been waiting for: as Captain Zero, The Human Cannonball.

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  • Das (Welly) Boot

    Laughs with the cheeky Yorkshire folk. Foggy plans to restore an old boat and use it as a water taxi, but all Compo wants to do is get Nora Batty on board.

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  • The Empire That Foggy Nearly Built

    Another harebrained scheme from the old devils as Foggy hits on an idea for a car-parking service and dreams of the riches it will bring.

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  • The Last Surviving Maurice Chevalier Impression

    Will the wellied one ever give up? Compo realises that he must become a celebrity to have any chance of impressing Nora Batty.

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  • Roll On

    Will the summer wine last forever? Certainly if these gents are anything to go by. Foggy refuses to accept that he is too old to compete in a barrel-rolling competition.

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  • A Landlady for Smiler

    More laughs in the classic comedy series. No task is too much trouble for the trio as they try to find Smiler some decent digs after his wife leaves him.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 13

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Quick Quick Slow

    Roy Clarke's beloved sitcom with those pensioners behaving badly. Foggy tries to cure Compo's heartbreak with an old jungle remedy he picked up during the war.

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  • Give Us A Lift

    Foggy has an idea which will bring the pleasure back into climbing hills. Laughs and landscapes in Roy Clarke's classic sitcom.

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  • Was That Nora Batty Singing?

    He's still chasing her, the old devil! Compo frets about Nora's unusual behaviour and decides the only course of action is to spy on her.

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  • Cash Flow Problems

    Vintage laughs with the three men growing old disgracefully. Compo thinks he's made a killing when he remembers a shilling he's still owed from his schooldays.

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  • Passing the Earring

    These chaps have lost none of their youthful sense of fun - a lesson to us all! Howard finds an incriminating piece of jewellery and turns to Clegg.

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  • Pole Star

    The wellingtoned one is still mad about those wrinkly stockings! Unable to reach Nora's washing-line, let alone her heart, Compo accepts a helping hand from Foggy.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 14

Last of the Summer Wine

  • By the Magnificent Thighs of Ernie Burniston

    A corking episode of the hit comedy. Compo is coming to terms with being less agile due to his age - until he sees Ernie on a bike.

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  • Errol Flynn Used to Have a Pair Like That

    Growing old disgracefully with the senior citizens of Yorkshire. Compo unearths his old motor-cycle kit and sets off to serenade Nora.

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  • The Phantom of the Graveyard

    Senior silliness with the three not-so-wise men of Yorkshire. The trio try to pay their respects at the funeral of a fondly-remembered schoolteacher.

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  • The Self-Propelled Salad Strainer

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Nora Batty's visit to a person unknown forces Compo into a declaration of love, which he says with flowers.

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  • Ordeal by Trousers

    Comic adventures with the three old Yorkshiremen who never run out of steam. Compo recalls an old schoolboy custom to ascertain whether Foggy's yarns are true.

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  • Happy Birthday, Howard

    Vintage sitcom that, like a fine wine, improves with age. Marina is desperate to deliver her birthday present to Howard - without his wife finding out.

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  • Who's Got Rhythm?

    More from Roy Clarke's epic sitcom about growing old disgracefully. Compo displays his musical prowess, prompted by the number of musical bands in the valley.

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  • Camera Shy

    Roy Clarke's brilliant comic creation that will outlive us all. Foggy's new-found interest in camcorders causes consternation among some country ramblers.

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  • Wheelies

    More badly-behaved antics from the sprightly trio. Compo, Clegg and Foggy prove that the invention of the wheel might not have been such a good idea after all.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 15

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Glory Hole

    The comedy that seems set to live forever. Foggy's taken to pretending he's in a wartime foxhole. Then he ropes Compo and Clegg into reconstructing a battle scene.

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  • Where There's Smoke There's Barbecue

    Compo, Clegg and Foggy get excited about a portable gas barbecue, but have some difficulty mastering the gas pressure valve. Take cover!

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  • The Black Widow

    Too much home brew after Ernie Mordue's funeral leaves Compo and Foggy with bad hangovers. Clegg fares rather better, ending up with a good woman!

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  • Have You Got a Light, Mate?

    When Howard wants the china shepherdess in Auntie Wainwright's window as a gift for a certain lady friend, it's Clegg who gets the job of buying it.

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  • Stop That Bath

    The old boys from Yorkshire get into more scrapes and wild goose chases. Foggy identifies the sound of a giant woodpecker and exploits this natural wonder.

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  • Springing Smiler

    The immortal Yorkshire comedy. Foggy, Clegg and a rather enthusiastic Compo accept a challenge to spring Smiler, Nora Batty's lodger, from under her roof.

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  • Concerto for Solo Bicycle

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Foggy comes up with an unusual idea for bicycle safety underwear when he collides with a speeding Compo.

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  • There Are Gypsies at the Bottom of the Garden

    When Foggy's trained ear identifies the sound coming from the woods as the giant woodpecker, he summons Wesley and a tour bus.

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  • Aladdin Gets on Your Wick

    Foggy is inspired by the sight of a sailboarder slicing through the water. But where can he find a bit of wood big enough for the three to stand on?

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 16

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Glory Hole

    The comedy that seems set to live forever. Foggy's taken to pretending he's in a wartime foxhole. Then he ropes Compo and Clegg into reconstructing a battle scene.

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  • Adopted by a Stray

    Compo, Clegg and Foggy are delighted when a stranger makes them a present of his old van. However, they are not so pleased when they find out what is inside.

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  • The Defeat of the Stoneworm

    Fun with the three young-at-heart Yorkshiremen, and Nora Batty, of course. Howard discovers an outbreak of a little-known household pest.

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  • Once in a Moonlit Junkyard

    Classic comedy in the beautiful surrounds of Yorkshire. A sinister looking motorcyclist strikes the fear of God in Compo.

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  • The Space Ace

    Vintage laughs with Compo and the gang. Alcohol threatens to interfere with the intensive training of Yorkshire's very first trainee astronaut. Foggy has an idea.

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  • The Most Powerful Eyeballs in West Yorkshire

    Classic laughs in the land of wrinkly stockings. Howard's failure to hypnotise Pearl prompts Foggy to demonstrate his powers.

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  • The Dewhirsts of Ogleby Hall

    Fun with the adventurous old chaps. Foggy is not at all surprised when he learns that he may be a member of the aristocracy.

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  • The Sweet Smell of Excess

    Classic laughs with the old gents, one of whom, Peter Sallis, is famous as the voice of Wallace. Compo becomes hooked on the trampoline.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 10

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Jaws

    The evergreen sitcom about older Yorkshire folk being naughty. Seymour vows that Edie's dustbin carrying days are over as he decides to install a waste disposal unit for her.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Classic comedy. The annual gala parade is placed in the hands of Foggy, Compo and Clegg. What could possibly go wrong?

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 17

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Leaving Home Forever, or Till Teatime

    Fun with the old boys and the famous Nora Batty. Howard finds that lipstick on his collar is a sure way of becoming homeless.

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  • Bicycle Bonanza

    Laughs with the mature citizens of scenic Yorkshire. Foggy's decision to walk across the moors coincides with Auntie Wainwright's special offer on bicycles.

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  • The First Human Being to Ride a Hill

    More madcap adventures with the lovely old chaps of Yorkshire. When Pearl confiscates Howard's bicycle, Foggy suggests he needs camouflage.

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  • Desperate for a Duffield

    Fun with those three young-at-heart Yorkshiremen. Rejected yet again by Nora Batty, Compo decides to look up an old girlfriend from his schooldays.

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  • Captain Clutterbuck's Treasure

    A trip to scenic Yorkshire, where laughter's never far away. Retired Lieutenant Commander Willoughby offers our heroes the chance to become rich.

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  • The Suit That Turned Left

    The world's longest-running sitcom, with good reason. A mysterious man with a machine for locating 'hidden forces' has Compo, Foggy and Clegg running round.

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  • Beware of the Elbow

    Laughs with the elderly overgrown schoolboys wandering around Yorkshire. Happening upon a man who's very politically correct, our trio ponder the modern world.

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  • The Glamour of the Uniform

    Laughs and lovely scenery with the three old scallywags. Howard threatens his wife Pearl that he will leave home and join the French Foreign Legion.

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  • Brushes at Dawn

    Gobsmacked at finding he has an upstart rival for the hand of Nora Batty, Compo decides to take the only action a gentleman can in such circumstances. Vintage comedy.

  • The Thing in Wesley's Shed

    Long-in-the-tooth laughs in the longest-running sitcom. Wesley is nearly ready to take his creation off the 'Top Secret' list and unleash it on the world.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 19

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Beware of the Oglethorpe

    Fun with the young-at-heart ramblers of Yorkshire, not forgetting some homespun philosophy from the great Thora Hird. Compo enjoys a spot of volunteering.

  • Tarzan of the Towpath

    Laughs with the retired folk of Yorkshire, now joined by Frank Thornton, previously best known as Captain Peacock. Nora reveals unexpected osteopathic skills.

  • Oh Howard, We Should Get One of Those

    Further adventures with the old boys from Yorkshire, now joined by Frank Thornton. Nora Batty and the ladies mysteriously set off in Edie's car.

  • The Suit That Attracts Blondes

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Glenda donates something associated with Barry's racy past to a jumble sale, but it falls into the hands of Compo.

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  • The Only Diesel-Powered Saxophone in Captivity

    Classic laughs. Clegg and Truly are astonished by Goatie Helliewell's willingness to compete with Compo in various reckless tests.

  • Perfection: Thy Name Is Ridley

    A corking episode of the heartwarming sitcom. Compo is tired of hearing praise for a widower across the valley. And then Nora goes to visit him.

  • Nowhere Particular

    Laughs with the old gents of Yorkshire. Howard secretly buys an old van and asks Wesley to customise it for him to make it comfortable for long journeys.

  • Truly and the Hole Truth

    Fun and some beautiful countryside with the ever-busy OAPs. Compo and Clegg are less than enthusiastic when Truly decides to form an active rescue team.

  • From Audrey Nash to the Widow Dilhooley

    Laughs with the adventurous Yorkshiremen. When Ivy and Nora reveal a childhood friend is returning from Australia, Truly is emotional.

  • Support Your Local Skydiver

    Classic laughs from the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. In order to overcome Nora Batty's apathy towards him, Compo parades a more glamorous image.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 18

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Love Mobile

    Comic misadventures with the young-at-heart senior citizens of Yorkshire. Smiler can't believe his luck when he finds the woman of his dreams parked on a remote road.

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  • A Clean Sweep

    Laughs with the old chaps of Yorkshire who've been entertaining us for decades now. Foggy decides to keep alive the old tradition of having a lucky sweep at weddings.

  • According to the Prophet Bickerdyke

    Laughs with the rambling old lads of Yorkshire. Compo, Clegg and Foggy are intrigued by Gunnershaw, who has some world-shattering information.

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  • A Sidecar Named Desire

    Laughs with the old boys of Yorkshire, not forgetting their long-suffering lady friends. Compo's memory is stirred when he travels by motorbike and sidecar.

  • How to Create a Monster

    Laughs with the Yorkshiremen showing that growing older doesn't mean losing your sense of fun. Lollipop man Smiler is a total failure, until Foggy steps in.

  • Deviations with Davenport

    Laughs and lovely scenery in the world's longest-running sitcom. A man writing a guide book on cross-country walks meets the perfect local expert.

  • The Mysterious CW Northrop

    Japes and some homespun philosophy in beautiful Yorkshire. Smiler confides to Clegg that he's fallen in love with a woman known for her cooking.

  • Next Kiss Please

    The continuing adventures of Yorkshire's finest overgrown schoolboys. Despite his knowledge of Nora Batty's feelings towards him, Compo makes a rather rash bet.

  • Destiny and Six Bananas

    The much-loved sitcom set in beautiful Yorkshire. When something horrible stirs in the woods, it turns out to be the moment Foggy has been waiting for.

  • A Double for Howard

    Gentle comedy with the three not-so-wise men of Yorkshire. Howard's new foolproof scheme will cure Pearl of being unnaturally suspicious once and for all.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    The wrinkly trio have a close encounter when aliens touch down in Yorkshire. It's the season of good will so why shouldn't they welcome extra-terrestrial visitors?

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 20

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Pony Set

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Auntie Wainwright has a new line in all things equestrian, causing quite a stir. But Compo, Clegg and Truly have other things on their minds.

  • The Phantom Number 14 Bus

    More laughter and levity with those sprightly pensioners. 'Truly of the Yard' investigates the curious case of a bus which disappeared between stops.

  • What Happened to Barry's Nose?

    Roy Clarke's popular sitcom about a group of sprightly OAPs. When Howard decides to take up weight-lifting, Barry sets out to become more assertive.

  • Optimism in the Housing Market

    The British sitcom that ran from 1973 to 2010. Smiler's first day as a door-to-door salesman for Auntie Wainwright proves to be a painful experience.

  • Will Barry Go Septic Despite Listening to Classical Music?

    More fun with those young-at-heart OAPs. Compo, Clegg and Truly happen upon a man testing for earthquakes in a hilly area.

  • Beware the Vanilla Slice

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Compo is reminded of a boisterous game he used to play at school. Truly tries to return the lawnmower that he bought from Auntie.

  • Who's Thrown Her Tom Cruise Photographs Away?

    Young-at-heart sitcom. When Marina is stood up by Howard, she decides to give up on men. Truly sees a way of making Marina jealous.

  • How Errol Flynn Discovered the Secret

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. Here, Compo discovers Nora Batty's secret scar, and the chaps meet Billy Hardcastle dressed as Robin Hood.

  • Howard Throws a Wobbler

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Howard overhears Pearl laughing on the telephone and suspects the worst. Truly organises some surveillance.

  • Ironing Day

    Sitcom about a group of young-at-heart pensioners in Yorkshire. Auntie Wainwright lets Smiler be the first to sample some incredibly potent home-made wine!

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 21

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Lipstick and Other Problems

    Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom about young-at-heart pensioners. Marina cycles into a ditch and Barry comes to her rescue - but marital problems ensue.

  • Under the Rug

    Sitcom about three old boys savouring their autumn years. Trouble is in store when Howard tells Clegg to expect a parcel from the Elegant Wig and Hairpiece Company.

  • Magic and the Morris Minor

    More ripe old fun in Yorkshire. Compo, Clegg and Truly meet a couple whose car is stuck in a remote field. The wife claims to possess mystical powers!

  • Elegy for Fallen Wellies

    Sitcom about three old men enjoying a second boyhood in rural Yorkshire. Compo bows out when the sight of Nora in black tights is too much for him to bear.

  • Surprise at Throstlenest

    Senior sitcom - it's been going strong since 1973! Compo's pals attempt to carry out his wish that his ferrets be taken to Throstlenest Farm.

  • Just a Small Funeral

    Popular sitcom about a group of young-at-heart OAPs. Clegg and Truly brace themselves for Compo's funeral, while others try to find something suitable to wear.

  • From Here to Paternity

    Young at heart sitcom. Clegg opens one of Compo's letters and finds it is from a long-lost son, announcing his arrival to meet his father for the first time.

  • Some Vans Can Make You Deaf

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. Compo's son, Tom, is becoming a big noise in the town.

  • I Didn't Know Barry Could Play

    The world's longest running sitcom! Tom manages to get his niece, Babs, on the road to stardom with a lunchtime booking at a pub.

  • Waggoner's Roll

    Long-running sitcom. Mrs Avery is unenthusiastic about Tom's plans to make his niece Babs into a star. Clegg and Truly are beginning to warm towards Tom.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 22

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Getting Barry's Goat

    More ripe old fun in Yorkshire. Compo's son, Tom, has now settled down in his father's old house. He's gullible enough to accept any given challenge.

  • The Art of the Shorts Story

    Roy Clarke's senior sitcom - a firm favourite since 1973. Howard panics when Pearl asks him why one of his undergarments is missing.

  • A Hair of the Blonde That Bit You

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. When Pearl finds a blonde hair on Howard, he calls on his friends to help him out of a tricky situation.

  • The Missing Bus of Mrs Avery

    The much-loved sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. The ladies embark on a mystery tour when they hire a minibus to take them on a picnic.

  • Hey! Big Vendor

    Long-running sitcom, a perennial favourite since 1973. Here, Wesley uses his renowned engineering skills to produce a go-anywhere vending machine.

  • Enter the Hawk

    More ripe old fun. Billy Hardcastle is a distant relative of Robin Hood, but soon finds that having a friend with a pinstripe suit is adventurous enough.

  • Gnome and Away

    Roy Clarke's popular sitcom about a close-knit Yorkshire community. Howard has a unique present for Marina to put in her garden, but he doesn't want Pearl seeing it.

  • A White Sweater and a Solicitor's Letter

    Sitcom about a group of sprightly OAPs in Yorkshire. A solicitor's letter to Compo interests the whole town, and terrifies his son Tom.

  • Why Is Barry at an Angle?

    Popular sitcom. Barry's promotion at the building society entails visiting a particularly violent family. Unwisely, he seeks advice from Truly and Clegg.

  • The Coming of the Beast

    Norman Wisdom makes a guest appearance in this episode of the senior sitcom. Truly jests that there's a tiger on the loose, with far-reaching repercussions.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 23

Last of the Summer Wine

  • A Brief Excursion in the Fast Lane

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Wesley has just finished his motorised scooter, when along comes his son-in-law with a taste for dangerous adventure.

  • The Mystical Squeak of Howard's Bicycle

    Madcap sitcom. Howard's bicycle starts acting strangely in Pearl's presence, so Truly recommends that Clegg performs an exorcism on it.

  • Mervyn Would Be Proud

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Billy regrets his promise to demonstrate archery at the vicar's garden party - whilst riding a horse!

  • The Incredible Ordeal of Norman Clegg

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Clegg is used to looking after Howard's suspect packages, but draws the line at a picnic accessory.

  • Beware of the Hot Dog

    More senior silliness in Yorkshire. Wesley and Barry hatch a brilliant plan to sell hot dogs to weary hikers and travellers from Wesley's new barrow.

  • A Chaise Longue Too Far

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom. Glenda's unwanted anniversary present proves to have some use - especially when Howard gets locked in his bedroom.

  • In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position

    Pensionable fun in Yorkshire. Wesley's trolley seems guaranteed to cheer up a dispirited Smiler.

  • Exercising Father's Bicycle

    More farcical fun in the world's longest running sitcom. Keen to follow his father's footsteps, Tom foolishly listens to Clegg and Truly's stories.

  • Sadly, Madly, Bradley

    Roy Clarke's sitcom about young-at-heart pensioners. Billy is burdened with his humourless brother-in-law. Wesley tries to deliver an inflatable feeding trough.

  • It All Began with an Old Volvo Headlamp

    Young-at-heart sitcom. A heartbroken Kevin needs a place to be alone, but problems arise when he decides to be the 'Wise Man of the Woods'.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 24

Last of the Summer Wine

  • The Lair of the Cat Creature

    The 24th series of the long-running sitcom. When Alvin falls into their lives, Truly, Clegg and Billy try to help the failed bird-man find his niche.

  • Ancient Eastern Wisdom: An Introduction

    Look for Burt Kwouk, AKA Inspector Clouseau's pal Cato, in this episode of the Yorkshire-set sitcom. Truly and Clegg meet handyman Entwistle.

  • The Miraculous Curing of Old Goff Helliwell

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Clegg, Truly and Billy look for something, or someone, that will put the spark back into an ailing friend's life.

  • The Frenchies Are Coming

    Roy Clarke's young-at-heart sitcom. Just when Barry finds himself looking for an alternative to golf, Billy turns up with an archery training course.

  • The Second Husband and the Showgirls

    Comedy about young-at-heart pensioners. Tom and Smiler have a blind date lined up. Truly learns that his ex-wife's new husband is coming to town.

  • A Pick-Up of the Later Ming Dynasty

    Long-running sitcom. Truly, Clegg and Billy find their skills are needed to help Tom and Smiler locate the source of a squeak on their handcart.

  • The Man Who Invented Yorkshire Funny Stuff

    The sitcom that's been going strong since 1973. Marina has bought Howard a full-size life-like gorilla. Getting it home causes mayhem.

  • In Which Gavin Hinchcliffe Loses the Gulf Stream

    The record-breaking sitcom - it's been going strong since 1973! The gang are surprised to see an old pal skiing on a van roof.

  • The Secret Birthday of Norman Clegg

    More misadventures with those young-at-heart Yorkshire pensioners. Keen to enjoy a quiet birthday, Clegg plans a discreet lunch at a nice hotel.

  • All of a Florrie

    Sitcom that's been raising laughs since 1973. An acquaintance from Truly's past turns up with amorous intentions. Starring Frank 'Are You Being Served?' Thornton.

Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A seasonal special of the long-running sitcom from 1991. Foggy is convinced that Compo's trousers are 'out of control' and Clegg thinks that they're haunted.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A seasonal special of the much-loved sitcom. After Wesley almost runs over Billy Ingleton, Foggy gets to prove his talents as a concert promoter.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Seasonal misadventures with those sprightly pensioners in Yorkshire. Howard enlists Foggy's help in his quest for a physique like Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    The world's longest-running sitcom. When Compo, Clegg and Foggy find an American film company making a film, they are soon roped in as extras. What could go wrong?

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    A 1997 Christmas special of the sitcom that's been going strong since 1973. At Ronnie's stag night, Herbert Truelove tells horrific stories of his marriage.

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Last Post and Pigeon

Series 1

Last Post and Pigeon

  • Last Post and Pigeon

    A special edition of the Yorkshire-set sitcom. Compo celebrates winning a trip to Dunkirk with a party of ex-servicemen to lay a wreath for the millennium.

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Potts in Pole Position

Series 1

Potts in Pole Position

  • Potts in Pole Position

    Festive comic capers with those young-at-heart OAPs. Seeking refuge from his domineering wife, Potts starts training for a South Pole expedition in Yorkshire.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 25

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Jurassic No Parking

    Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom. Barry's prize in a competition is a really big problem - not just for him but everyone who helps get rid of it.

  • Who's That with Barry and Glenda? - It's Not Barry and Glenda

    Classic comedy. Truly reckons Barry is up to something sinister - why else would he be in the woods with a suitcase?

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  • An Apple a Day

    The long running sitcom that first graced our screens in 1973. Clegg, Truly and Alvin reluctantly agree to go to a remote farm and take some old-timers out for a day.

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  • Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer but Only Part Time

    Roy Clarke's classic sitcom. Truly helps Smiler when he's pursued by a woman who thinks he's rich.

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  • Things to Do When Your Wife Runs off with a Turkish Waiter

    More pensioner power in the much-loved sitcom. Barry and Glenda are surprised when a man they met on holiday pays a visit.

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  • Spores

    Popular sitcom starring Peter Sallis of Wallace and Gromit fame. Lionel has a habit of being unpredictable, so when he abandons his wife in the hills she isn't too surprised.

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  • Happy Birthday Robin Hood

    More senior silliness in the long-running sitcom. To celebrate the birthday of his famous ancestor, Robin Hood, Billy proudly wears a green suit.

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  • The General's Greatest Battle

    The young at heart sitcom. The lifelike effigy of the old General has been spruced up for the annual parade. Nora is to be on a float playing his wife!

  • Beware of Laughing at Nora's Hats

    Another slice of senior silliness. Nora reveals an ongoing feud with one Audrey Craig, who had the audacity to laugh about her hat at a wedding.

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  • Yours Truly - If You're Not Careful

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Billy and Alvin terrorise Truly with the news that the former Mrs Truelove is in town and trying to track him down.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 26

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Hermione (The Short Course)

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Howard is alarmed that his love life may feature in Clegg's memoirs. Smiler is aghast when a potential relationship suddenly ends.

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  • Who's That Mouse in the Poetry Group?

    Roy Clarke's record breaking sitcom. Smiler pretends to be an intellectual in an attempt to enchant Marina. Howard wants to keep an eye on them.

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  • Has Anyone Seen a Peruvian Wart?

    Roy Clarke's enduringly popular sitcom. Tempted by her baking, a renowned romancer of gullible women focuses his attentions on the widow Nora Batty.

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  • The Afterthoughts of a Co-op Manager

    Enduringly popular sitcom. Marina resolves to give up Howard out of respect for a lost love who's supposedly moved to Australia to forget her.

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  • The McDonaghs of Jamieson Street

    Young-at-heart sitcom about a group of retired friends. Truly, Alvin and Billy set out to track down a woman who has taken a shine to Smiler.

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  • Watching the Clock

    Much loved sitcom. Clegg climbs a tree to prove a point and finds that what goes up doesn't always come down. Meanwhile, the police deal with a runaway cooker!

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  • Available for Weddings

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Cycling down a hillside, Clegg ends up with a fractured foot. Truly demonstrates how the accident could have been avoided.

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  • The Swan Man of Ilkley

    Popular sitcom that first graced our screens in 1973. Lennie from the pickle factory has visions of sailing the canals in a swan boat. Can his friends help?

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  • Little Orphan Howard

    More fun with those young at heart pensioners. Clegg convinces Howard that he was left on a doorstep as a baby. Alvin has problems with his newly-made kite.

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  • Lot No. 8

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Overcome by the lure of a bargain, Auntie Wainwright makes a winning bid at the auction rooms, even though she doesn't know what it is.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 27

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Oh Look! Mitzi's Found Her Mummy

    Popular sitcom. Clegg looks after a friendly little dog for the day, but when Truly, Billy and Alvin arrive at his house, the animal turns ferocious.

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  • Plenty of Room in the Back

    More silliness with those sprightly OAPs. Auntie Wainwright admits that she needs a new means of transport and sends Tom and Smiler to collect it.

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  • Follow That Bottle

    More laughs with those sprightly pensioners. Intrigued by a bottle with a message inside floating down the river, Truly decides that he has a duty to catch it.

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  • How to Remove a Cousin

    Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom. Clegg's cousin Aubrey pays a not so welcome visit. The man is a health fanatic and takes a dim view of time-wasting walks!

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  • Has Anyone Seen Barry's Midlife Crisis?

    More wry humour, and some occasional slapstick, with those Yorkshire OAPs. Truly tries to spring the imprisoned Howard from his bedroom.

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  • The Genuine Outdoors Robin Hood Barbi

    Roy Clarke's record breaking sitcom. Billy takes Clegg, Truly, Alvin and Entwistle out for a real barbecue in the real outdoors.

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  • Barry in Danger from Reading and Aunt Jessie

    The sitcom that's long in the tooth but has a spring in its step! Nora Batty enquires about the mystery woman seen with Alvin.

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  • Who's That Merry Man with Billy, Then?

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Recruitment for Billy's Merry Men is at a low ebb, until he receives a letter from an enthusiast.

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  • Who's That Talking to Lenny?

    More hijinks with those young-at-heart OAPs. Lenny from the pickle factory hears a voice from above, and waits patiently for more information.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 28

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Variations on a Theme of Road Rage

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom about a group of sprightly seniors. When Howard buys a used car, it attracts the attention of a burly local.

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  • The Second Stag Night of Doggy Wilkinson

    The world's longest-running sitcom! Absent-minded Doggy is disappointed that his stag night isn't as exciting as his first.

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  • What Happened to the Horse?

    Popular sitcom. A innocent woodland becomes a legendary site of ghostly activity thanks to an inventive rumour spread by Alvin, Truly and Clegg.

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  • In Which Howard Gets Double Booked

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Howard is supposed to be taking Pearl and Marina out to dinner at the same time. How can he be in two places at once?

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  • Will the Nearest Alien Please Come In

    Popular sitcom. Sci-fi addict Kevin believes that aliens may have landed. Truly, Clegg and Alvin help to convince him that he's right.

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  • Elegy for Small Creature and Clandestine Trackbike

    More pensioner power in Yorkshire. Howard finds his new bike is hard to hide from Pearl, and Clegg only adds to his worries.

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  • The Crowcroft Challenge

    The world's longest-running, silliest sitcom! Alvin soon discovers that it isn't easy travelling as the crow flies, especially when dressed as a crow.

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  • Must Be Good Dancer

    More silver-haired shenanigans in rural Yorkshire. Smiler is known for being strictly non-dancing, but this presents a problem with the woman of his dreams.

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  • Howard Remembers Where He Left His Bicycle Pump

    Gentle comedy that first graced our screens in 1973. An embarrassed Howard bumps into a female acquaintance from his past.

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  • Sinclair and the Wormley Witches

    Senior silliness with the sprightly OAPs. Sinclair believes he's the victim of a curse. Truly, Entwistle and Alvin try their hand at exorcism.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 29

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Enter the Finger

    The record-breaking sitcom that first came to our screens in 1973. Here, Brian Conley plays Barry's fitness-mad neighbour, who outshines him in all things physical.

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  • Will the Genuine Racer Please Stand Up?

    The young-at-heart sitcom about a group of retired friends. Howard devises a simple scheme to change his appearance enough to fool even Pearl.

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  • A Short Introduction to Cooper's Rules

    More silver haired shenanigans. Just when PCs Cooper and Walsh have mastered the art of fighting crime, Barry manages to spoil it all.

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  • Is Jeremy Quite Safe?

    The gentle comedy that first graced our screens in 1973. A retired jewel thief regales Marina and Davenport with stories of his past exploits in France.

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  • All That Glitters Is Not Elvis

    More senior silliness. When Lance tries to convince his wife that Elvis is still alive, Alvin and Entwistle try to help the King make an appearance.

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  • Eva's Back in Town

    Young at heart sitcom. When a worldly-wise old acquaintance of Alvin's makes an appearance, she proves to be just the woman to make Howard's life more complicated.

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  • In Which Romance Isn't Dead - Just Incompetent

    Gentle sitcom set in a Yorkshire village. Barry has a lonely neighbour on his hands and takes it upon himself to get him a girlfriend.

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  • The Mischievous Tinkle in Howard's Eyes

    Gentle sitcom about a group of OAPs. Howard learns that there are better ways than the phone to contact nature-lovers, and quite openly, too.

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  • Of Passion and Pizza

    More silver-haired silliness in Yorkshire. Mervyn is in love with 'Her' at the pizza take-away, but lacks the courage to tell her. Can Alvin and Entwistle help?

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  • It's Never Ten Years

    More pensioner power in the much-loved sitcom. Clegg and Truly reminisce about their old friend Compo, who suffered at the hands of Nora Batty, and themselves.

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  • Get Out of That, Then

    The world's longest-running sitcom. Lenny is convinced that he has a future in showbusiness as an escapologist, but his sidekick Cliff isn't so enthusiastic.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    Roy Clarke's record-breaking sitcom. Nora Batty books Billy Ingleton's restored fairground organ as a star attraction at the charity fair.

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A Short Blast of Fred Astaire

Series 1

A Short Blast of Fred Astaire

  • A Short Blast of Fred Astaire

    Seasonal cheer from the sprightly OAPs. With preparations in hand for the Christmas concert, there's a confidence problem among some of the cast.

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Variations on a Theme of the Widow Winstanley

Series 1

Variations on a Theme of the Widow Winstanley

  • Variations on a Theme of the Widow Winstanley

    Yuletide mishaps in the young-at-heart sitcom. Truly plots to find Clegg's old classmate and deliver her to his doorstep.

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Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

  • Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

    Seasonal fun with Yorkshire's wise men. When Santa needs reviving after a hard day, surely he deserves a drink? Unfortunately, the Santa is Smiler.

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Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

Series 1

Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

  • Last of the Summer Wine Christmas

    Roy Clarke's sitcom following those loveable old fellows enjoying a second childhood in Yorkshire. Christmas Day at Alvin's proves to be very entertaining.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 30

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Some Adventures of the Inventor of the Mother Stitch

    Young-at-heart sitcom, here in its 30th series! Hobbo discovers that the newly divorced Morton is lonely and depressed.

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  • The Mother of All Mistakes - Or Is It?

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom, still with a spring in its step! Adopted as a baby, Hobbo is determined to trace his natural mother.

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  • Will Howard Cross the Atlantic Single-Handed?

    More senior silliness in the record-breaking sitcom. Hobbo is having trouble getting Nelly to admit that she's his natural birth mother.

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  • Who's That Looking Sideways at Nelly?

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom, here in its 30th series. 'Undercover agent' Hobbo finds himself the new recipient of Marina's affections.

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  • Nobody Messes with Tony the Throat

    More tips on growing old disgracefully! Howard is concerned when Pearl starts going out every day with Nelly, and she will not say where.

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  • Will Stella Find True Love with Norris Fairburn?

    Popular sitcom, still young at heart in its 30th series! Serial groom Norris is free again - surely an ideal husband for Stella.

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  • Will Randolph Make a Good Impression?

    Another episode of senior silliness. Hobbo arrives at the river wall with Randolph, who he hopes will bring romance into Stella's life.

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  • In Which Romance Springs a Leak

    Roy Clarke's long-running sitcom, still with a spring in its step! Toby realises that going back to his ex-wife may have its benefits.

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  • Variations on a Theme of Father's Day

    Young-at-heart sitcom. Eager to find out more about his supposed mother Nelly, Hobbo asks Howard to eavesdrop on her when she's visiting Pearl.

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  • Goodnight Sweet Ferret

    Gentle humour and the odd bit of slapstick in Roy Clarke's popular sitcom. Hobbo, Alvin and Entwistle visit Old Heptonstall, who's confined to his shed.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Series 31

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Behind Every Bush There Is Not Necessarily a Howard

    Charming sitcom, here in its 31st series! Hobbo enlists the services of his 'team' to help Toby win back the love of his ex-wife.

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  • Happy Camping

    More laughs with those amiable oldies. When Pearl throws Howard out of the house, he goes to Clegg for sympathy. Meanwhile, Barry embarks on a new fitness regime.

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  • The Rights of Man (Except for Howard)

    Another trip to Yorkshire for some senior silliness. Hobbo decides that the still-homeless Howard needs to show Pearl who's boss!

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  • Howard and the Great Outdoors

    31 series, and still with a spring in its step! Hobbo and Co turn Howard into a tramp to show Pearl how rough he's been living. Will she take him back?

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  • Look Whose Wheel's Come Off

    The young-at-heart sitcom. Glenda sends Barry off to paint a nice view, to take his mind off food. A dejected Howard wonders if Pearl still loves him.

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  • How Not to Cry at Weddings

    The world's longest-running sitcom here draws to a poignant end. Everyone is getting ready for the wedding. Clegg wonders if his suit smells of mothballs.

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Last of The Summer Wine: 30 Years

Series 1

Last of The Summer Wine: 30 Years

  • Last of The Summer Wine: 30 Years

    A celebration of the world's longest-running comedy series. Writer Roy Clarke looks back at favourite moments, and contributors include Peter Sallis, Kathy Staff and Frank Thornton.

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Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    New to Gold. Comic adventures with the three old men from Yorkshire. Foggy decides to film an old fashioned Christmas to send to Nora's brother in Australia.

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Last of the Summer Wine

  • Last of the Summer Wine

    New to Gold. More fun with the three old men from Yorkshire. Christmas arrives and the trio visit a friend in hospital, before opening their presents.

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Last of the Summer Wine Special

Last of the Summer Wine Special

  • Last of the Summer Wine

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