Only Fools and Horses was instantly populated by characters, grievances, and a working-class soul we felt we had known for years.
Creator John Sullivan passed away before the final special episode of the sitcom could be completed.
The 'Still Open All Hours' star admitted his remarks are not always suitable for broadcast.
Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in the classic comedy series, has said that political correctness would hamper the show from being made today.
Fans of Only Fools and Horses are set to be treated to a never-before-seen episode of the classic sitcom. Set in the iconic Trotter living room in Mandela House, Del Boy, Rodney and Grandad are at the top of their game.
Tennison marks the 25th anniversary of Lynda la Plante’s brilliant police procedural, which starred national treasure Helen Mirren as the no-nonsense detective, Jane Tennison, from 1991 to 2006. Stefanie Martini (Doctor Thorne) takes on the lead role, as we see a 22 year old Tennison beginning her career in tough 1970’s Hackney, dealing with the chauvinism of high ranking officers along with the violence of the criminal fraternity.
In the final episode, ‘Time On Our Hands’, we’d rejoiced as the Trotters finally became the millionaires they’d always dreamed of becoming thanks to a rare antique watch. The show finished with Rodney, Del Boy and Uncle Albert walking into a cartoon sunrise (see below), with Del Boy quipping: “This time next year, we’ll be billionaires.” It was the snug dovetail that all fans of the show had hoped for. Five years later, writer John Sullivan revived the show for three more Christmas specials in 2001, 2002 and 2003.