Sitcom about an obsessive snob. When Hyacinth plans a nautical supper, events take an unexpected turn - and so does the boat!
Sitcom. Hyacinth realises that Richard is bored after taking early retirement and provides him with a hobby. Unfortunately, this rather backfires on her. Show more
When Hyacinth gets passionate about art, Daddy decides to join the Foreign Legion. Meanwhile, Mr Finchley has desires of his own for Rose.
Sitcom. Richard is far from happy when Hyacinth concocts an elaborate plan to turn him into an executive, involving a round of golf.
Sitcom. Hyacinth's plans to buy a small weekend retreat in the country take an unexpected turn, and Richard has an unexpected fall.
Sitcom. Hyacinth decides to have a second attempt at finding a small weekend home in the country, but she and Richard have different views on the word 'small'. Show more
Sitcom. Richard is worried that Hyacinth's attendance at an exclusive auction is going to cost him a lot of money. However, he ends up with a very different problem.
Sitcom. Hyacinth decides to share her undoubted experience of being a perfect hostess and advertises in the local paper.
Sitcom. When Hyacinth decides that a new car is in order, she aims rather higher than most people - much to Richard's horror.
Sitcom. Hyacinth and Richard take to the seas aboard the QE2. The cruise seems like Hyacinth's dream come true, but unexpected visitors threaten to spoil her enjoyment. Show more
Sitcom about an upwardly mobile housewife and her husband. Hyacinth has to put her plans for Richard's retirement on hold when Rose starts behaving outrageously. Show more
Sitcom about an etiquette-obsessed snob. When Hyacinth and Richard go to stay in a country cottage, events take several unexpected turns. Show more
Hyacinth makes some very expensive holiday plans before dashing off to fulfil her voluntary church cleaning duties with the Ladies' Guild. Show more
Sitcom. To the vicar's dismay, Hyacinth volunteers to befriend a group of senior citizens on a day out. But she has taken on more than she can handle. Show more
While walking by an idyllic riverbank with Richard, Hyacinth conceives one of her most ambitious plans: to hold a riverside picnic as graceful as one of her candlelight suppers.
Sitcom. Hyacinth has decided that, instead of her usual gift to Richard of slippers, he should receive skis instead. Richard, however, has no intention of taking up the sport. Show more
Sitcom. Richard has an unsavoury foot infection. Meanwhile, a desire for a new kitchen gives Hyacinth an opportunity to perform some interesting experiments in the showroom. Show more
Sitcom. When Hyacinth hears that Emmet is rehearsing a musical, she is beside herself. Unfortunately sorting out Daddy's antics has to take priority.
Sitcom. Hyacinth still wants to join Emmet's production of The Boyfriend but, fortunately for him, other things have to take priority.
Sitcom about a snobbish housewife. Plans to hold a Civil War pageant do not go as Hyacinth anticipated. Could it be remotely connected with the fact that she is organising it?