Classic sitcom. Tom Good decides that commuting is no life for a thinking man. His solution is unique in Surbiton but embarrassing to the neighbours.
Seasonal special of the suburban sitcom. The Goods and the Leadbetters plan their respective Christmases, but neither go according to plan. Classic from 1977. Show more
Sitcom. Barbara gets Margo out of a fix when a speaker at her society lets her down. Barbara gives a talk about self-sufficiency at Margo's women's group. Show more
Seventies sitcom about a self-sufficient couple in suburbia. Tom finds marketing his garden produce more difficult than he thought, especially when the rates are due.
Classic sitcom. Barbara tries to remain a woman, despite her work-worn hands and a ruined dress.
Margo and Jerry persuade Tom and Barbara to stay in a luxurious flat for the night. How will Margo and Jerry cope with looking after the Goods' animals? Show more
1970s sitcom about a couple who become self-sufficient in Surbiton. War breaks out between the Goods and the Leadbetters. Show more
Special edition of the comedy series recorded in the presence of the Queen. After Jerry takes out another endowment policy, the Goods begin to plan for their old age. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. In Teesdale, farm vet Richard helps a sheep who has mysteriously gone blind. And a spaniel proves a handful for small animal vet Steve. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. A labrador gun dog is rushed to small animal vet Steve after being accidentally shot. Farm vet Richard deals with some baby alpacas. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Equine vet Kerry treats a critically ill miniature donkey foal. Out on the farm, Richard creates an operating table from a forklift truck. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Small animal vet Adam decides his much-loved Shetland pony Hector needs a major operation to make him less aggressive. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Richard visits a long-standing client where business means everything from dehorning a cow to trimming a cow's overgrown hoof. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Adam deals with an emergency at the small animal hospital when a dog is hit by a train, and Richard artificially inseminates some cattle. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Farm vet Richard finds out how many of farmer Cliff's cows are pregnant, and at the rural practice Steve treats a bunny with wonky teeth. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Equine vet Sybil attempts a delicate operation to save a horse's sight, and farm vet Erika helps a cow having difficulty giving birth. Show more
Series following rural vets. Vet Megan is on a mission to help rehome 80 commercial caged hens. And when one is discovered with a broken leg, she takes it under her wing. Show more
Series following rural vets. Vet Steve helps a kestrel with a damaged wing and hopes to release her back to the wild, while equine vet Sybil treats a pony with a locked leg. Show more
Series following rural vets. A new mum with a young calf collapses and farm vet Richard is called out to save her life. Meanwhile, Sybil has some difficult news for a horse owner. Show more
Series following rural vets. In Teesdale, a concussed tawny owl makes an unusual patient for vet Rosie. Equine vet Kerry heads off to treat a horse with a badly cut face. Show more