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  • The Key

    Classic sitcom with the late, great Paul Eddington as PM Jim Hacker. There is a territorial battle in the heart of No 10 as Sir Humphrey's personal key is withdrawn from him.

  • A Real Partnership

    With a financial crisis looming just as MPs are due for a pay rise, Humphrey needs all his flair to dress up his claim and push it through. Smart political comedy.

  • A Victory for Democracy

    Classic political sitcom. After a series of difficult encounters, Jim Hacker begins to wonder whether the government runs the Foreign Office, or vice versa.

  • The Bishop's Gambit

    Classic comedy. Jim must recommend the appointment of bishops to the Queen, but is not keen on the two offered by the Church. Humphrey prefers a third candidate.

  • Man Overboard

    Clever political sitcom, still as relevant today. Jim backs a scheme to move some of the country's military units up north to make unemployment figures look better.

  • Official Secrets

    When Hacker's predecessor decides to publish his memoirs, Jim tries to suppress a chapter in which he appears in an unfavourable light. Still-topical comedy.

  • A Diplomatic Incident

    The French and British governments are at loggerheads over the Channel Tunnel borders, so Jim Hacker decides to beat them at their own game. Vintage comedy.

  • A Conflict of Interest

    Timeless political sitcom. When a scandal in the City breaks out, Hacker and Sir Humphrey can't agree on who should be the new governor of the Bank of England.

  • One of Us

    It's Sir Humphrey in trouble for a change when it's revealed he wrongly cleared an MI5 agent accused of spying. Naturally, Jim Hacker is very sympathetic. Vintage laughs.

Episode guide

Yes, Prime Minister

Series 1

Yes, Prime Minister

  • The Grand Design

    Classic sitcom about beleaguered Prime Minister Jim Hacker. After requesting a meeting with the government's Chief Scientific Officer, Jim is pleasantly surprised.

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  • The Ministerial Broadcast

    Classic political sitcom by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. Hacker prepares to make his first broadcast as PM and finds it's not so easy to speak on camera.

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  • The Smoke Screen

    Jim threatens to deter people from smoking by mooting a tax rise. In reality, it's just a ploy to get the Treasury to support his tax cuts. Classic political comedy.

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  • The Key

    Classic sitcom with the late, great Paul Eddington as PM Jim Hacker. There is a territorial battle in the heart of No 10 as Sir Humphrey's personal key is withdrawn from him.

  • A Real Partnership

    With a financial crisis looming just as MPs are due for a pay rise, Humphrey needs all his flair to dress up his claim and push it through. Smart political comedy.

  • A Victory for Democracy

    Classic political sitcom. After a series of difficult encounters, Jim Hacker begins to wonder whether the government runs the Foreign Office, or vice versa.

  • The Bishop's Gambit

    Classic comedy. Jim must recommend the appointment of bishops to the Queen, but is not keen on the two offered by the Church. Humphrey prefers a third candidate.

  • One of Us

    It's Sir Humphrey in trouble for a change when it's revealed he wrongly cleared an MI5 agent accused of spying. Naturally, Jim Hacker is very sympathetic. Vintage laughs.

Yes, Prime Minister

Series 2

Yes, Prime Minister

  • Man Overboard

    Clever political sitcom, still as relevant today. Jim backs a scheme to move some of the country's military units up north to make unemployment figures look better.

  • Official Secrets

    When Hacker's predecessor decides to publish his memoirs, Jim tries to suppress a chapter in which he appears in an unfavourable light. Still-topical comedy.

  • A Diplomatic Incident

    The French and British governments are at loggerheads over the Channel Tunnel borders, so Jim Hacker decides to beat them at their own game. Vintage comedy.

  • A Conflict of Interest

    Timeless political sitcom. When a scandal in the City breaks out, Hacker and Sir Humphrey can't agree on who should be the new governor of the Bank of England.

  • Power to the People

    Jim Hacker meets a councillor who has some radical ideas about local government. The PM likes what he hears but Sir Humphrey, naturally, doesn't. Vintage laughs.

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  • The Patron of the Arts

    Politics has never been so funny. Hacker faces embarrassment when Sir Humphrey tells a friend in the arts that the PM's government is planning to cut grants.

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  • The National Education Service

    Hacker aims to scrap the Department of Education and Science to reduce bureaucracy and save money, giving cash directly to schools. Classic comedy.

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  • The Tangled Web

    Ever-relevant political comedy. MPs complain about their phones being tapped, which Jim Hacker denies - only to be told by Sir Humphrey that it is in fact true.

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