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Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Popular 1970s sitcom about a middle-class, middle-aged rebel. Why is Reggie referring to his mother-in-law as a hippopotamus? Show more

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Fed up with the success of his shop Grot, Reggie is determined to shock his way to self-destruction, but it seems that however absurd his behaviour people can no longer be shocked. Show more

Duration: 35 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

The staff of Perrins complete their amazingly rigorous training and the community's doors are thrown open to the general public. But the expected rush doesn't materialize. Show more

Duration: 28 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Reggie Perrin needs a month's holiday, but all he gets is an afternoon in a safari park with his wife, daughter, son-in-law and their two 'tiny adults'.

Contributors

Reginald Perrin:
Leonard Rossiter
Elizabeth Perrin:
Pauline Yates
Peter Cartwright:
Terence Conoley
Joan Greengross:
Sue Nicholls
Tony Webster:
Trevor Adams
David Harris-Jones:
Bruce Bould

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

While Elizabeth is away, Reggie asks Joan to come over for a business meeting, but he actually intends to start an affair with her. A stream of visitors causes his plan to go awry. Show more

Duration: 28 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Reggie's revolt against the normality of his life is becoming brazen. While Elizabeth is away, he gives a dinner party without any food.

Duration: 28 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Reggie decides to put an end to it. He says goodbye to Joan, makes a drunken speech to the British Fruit Association, says goodbye to Elizabeth and fakes his own suicide. Show more