Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Basil is terrified when he hears some hotel inspectors are in town.
Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Basil decides to have some alterations made to the hotel, but havoc ensues when he takes the cheaper option.
Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Fawlty Towers is expecting some wedding guests, and Basil decides to defend the hotel's standard of morality.
Classic sitcom about a Torquay hotel. A racing tip and a guest who is hard of hearing spell financial disaster for Basil.
Classic sitcom about a hotel run by disaster-prone Basil Fawlty and his overbearing wife, Sybil. An unusual request in the restaurant sends Basil over the edge. Show more
Classic sitcom about a disaster-prone hotelier. Basil plans a surprise wedding anniversary party, but when the guests arrive there is one vital element missing.
Basil tries to improve the class of the hotel's clientele.
Classic sitcom about a disaster-prone hotelier. A medallion man, a pair of psychiatrists, a pretty Australian girl and a ladder cause Basil some embarrassment.
Joe Orton-penned drama set in Dr Prentice's Home for the Disturbed, where the administrators are crazier than the patients.
Captain Martin Crieff's mum is sick. Can he deal with the consequences? Stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Roger Allam. From January 2013. Show more
Don Manley reveals the tricks that compilers use to bamboozle and entertain cryptic crossword solvers, while fans including Prunella Scales explain why they enjoy them. Show more
Satirical drama by Evelyn Waugh, adapted by Sam Hobkinson. Mr Loveday appears far too sane to be locked up in an institution - but appearances can be deceptive. Show more
Alan Bennett's drama about the double life led by Sir Anthony Blunt, Soviet agent and Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures. Show more
A celebration of 50 years of comedy on BBC Two, from The Likely Lads and Not Only... But Also in its first year in 1964, up to W1A and Rev. today. Show more
Sarah meets daughter Clare's boyfriend, while her mother interferes. Stars Prunella Scales and Joan Sanderson. From May 1985. Show more