Time-travel comedy series. Gary Sparrow has been trapped in the past for 17 years, but his decision to witness his own birth sees him catapulted into 2016. Show more
As the strain of living a double life takes its toll on Gary, Rolf Harris appears in a dream and berates him for having claimed the authorship of 'Two Little Boys.'
As New Year's Eve rapidly approaches, Gary seeks a way of celebrating the occasion with both his wife and girlfriend, in the contrasting timeframes of 1941 and 1995.
Yvonne gives Gary an ultimatum about his wartime obsession, as he decides whether to return to 1940, or back home to 1995. Ron makes him an offer that he can't refuse.
Yvonne suspects that she's pregnant, while Gary accompanies Phoebe to the countryside. As Gary struggles to maintain his double life, an American airman enters the scene.
The porter of Gary's Mayfair flats informs him that a former resident died in a road accident 55 years ago. Gary aims to travel back in time to reverse the chain of events.
Gary's fictitious job with Ron may provide an alibi for his trips to 1941, but it doesn't pay the rent. The 1994 vintage record market may provide the solution.
Nicholas Lyndhurst returns as the time travelling Gary Sparrow. Gary's route to 1941 has been blocked by a row of shops built in 1995. How will he reach Phoebe in her wartime pub?
Yvonne is in line for a work promotion, while Gary needs to decide which life to choose. Life in 1941 is appearing increasingly more attractive.
Gary has chosen to lead a double life indefinitely, but his plans are threatened when builders start demolishing his route and portal back to 1941.
First ever episode of time travel situation comedy series, starring Nicholas Lyndhurst. Gary Sparrow is an unhappily married TV repairman who unwittingly walks into a time warp. Show more
Nicholas Lyndhurst stars as unlikely time traveller Gary Sparrow, who after refusing to buy a new suit for a job interview in 1993, buys one to take Phoebe to a dance in 1940.
Nicolas Lyndhurst stars as unlikely time traveller Gary Sparrow. Gary returns to 1940 to try to protect Phoebe and Eric from an impending air raid, but nearly ends up in prison.
Ron agrees to print identity papers for Gary's trips to 1940 - but at a price. Phoebe worries about her future living arrangements now that she's intent on leaving the pub.
Yvonne gets to spend more time with Gary due to him giving up his 1940s obsession, but he is quickly propelled back into things upon discovering that he may be married to Phoebe.
Gary invests money in an electronics company back in 1941, but his investment and business plans quickly collapses, and ultimately backfires. Show more
Yvonne has her heart set on moving house, while Gary feels more inclined to move between eras. Meanwhile, in 1941, a tall dark stranger seems to have enterd Phoebe's life.
Gary is due to appear in court after a drinking spree in 1941. He looks destined to lose his licence, his job and could well lose his wife, but she has marriage guidance in mind.
Gary's fictional job working for Ron may cover his trips back in time to 1941, but it's not much help when both Yvonne and Phoebe expect him for dinner on the same evening.
Gary discovers that living in 1941 isn't quite what he expected, but having 'committed suicide' in 1994, he can hardly return home. Or can he?