Former film star Jack Holiday is found dead in a locked nuclear bunker with a gun lying next to him. His hands were crippled with arthritis, so who could have pulled the trigger?
Del's relationship with an old flame throws new light on the Trotters' past, and the brothers try to cope with Grandad's death. Show more
Classic sitcom set in occupied France, written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. Rene and his staff prepare the long-distance duck for its vital flight to England.
Wartime sitcom. Rene is in even more trouble as the generals gather round at the chateau.
Wartime sitcom. Rene disguises himself as his father in order to escape the wrath of Denise Laroque.
Wartime sitcom. Monsieur LeClerc comes to the rescue when orders are given for Rene to be arrested. Rene tries to escape using a unique disguise.
Wartime sitcom. A medal for bravery, a suicide pill and a hide-out in the Vatican introduce an old habit to Rene.
Uncle Albert turns fall guy to help solve the boys' financial problems, and Del helps to burst Rodney's dreams of pop stardom. Show more
The Trotters spot a chance to make some easy money when Boycie needs a dog-sitter, and Del tries to help out when Rodney can't get a date. Show more
A rare butterfly could help resolve the Trotters' financial woes, and a fraulein in distress raises Boycie and Marlene's baby hopes. Show more
Rockstar Roy Pilgrim is a living legend. But when one of his 16-year-old fans apparently vanishes into thin air, the police are clearly faced with a problem.
When nationally renowned doctor and cancer researcher Elliot Strange is discovered dead inside a locked room, the authorities are understandably baffled.
Hedley Shale is found murdered with two bullets in his chest in the upstairs bedroom at his South London home. Shale's wife is the obvious suspect, but she has a cast iron alibi.
Plastic surgeon David Curchin is found brutally murdered and his main client, Zola Zbzewski becomes an immediate suspect.
Victor and Margaret head off for a weekend at the seaside. Victor is presented with a most unusual and unwelcome gift.
Victor is unable to sleep, and things get so desperate that he contemplates opening Ronnie and Mildred's Christmas present from last year.
Victor bemoans the commercialism of Christmas and ponders whether it ever had a deeper, spiritual meaning. He decides to help the vicar feed the homeless on Christmas Day. Show more
Unexpected visitors drop in and mistakenly suspect Victor of killing an elderly blind man. A concert gives Victor the chance to use his ventriloquist's dummy.
Victor and Margaret agree to look after Kylie the tortoise whilst Margaret's god daughter Jennifer goes on holiday.
The Meldrews return from holiday to discover that their home has burnt down. Six months later, they throw a party in their new home. Show more