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Three old men from Yorkshire who have never grown up face the trials of their fellow town citizens and everyday life and stay young by reminiscing about the days of their youth and attempting feats not common to the elderly.
Terry and Bob from The Likely Lads (1964) continue their life after Terry arrives home from serving in the Army to discover that Bob is about to marry his girlfriend Thelma. Can Thelma lead... See full summary »
Arthur Daley, a small-time conman, hires former boxer Terry McCann to be his 'minder', so Terry can protect him (Arthur) from other, small-time, crooks. While Terry is trying his hardest to... See full summary »
Two men who are nextdoor neighbors constantly battle it out over seemingly trivial offenses. Their wives, on the other hand, are best of friends. The two couples attempt to win a 'love-thy-neighbor' competition by lying...
"Doctor in the House" follows the misadventures of medical students Michael Upton, Duncan Waring, Paul Collier and Dick Stuart-Clark. The lads basically mean well, but their habits of ... See full summary »
The show was responsible for launching several singles into the UK charts: first was Sue Nicholls' July 1968 release "Where Will You Be?" (Marilyn Gates' nightclub song hit number 17). 'Stephanie de Sykes' guested in the soap in 1974 as singer Holly Brown, who checked into the motel under the assumed name Harriet following a breakdown. Her big hit, much-played in the series at the time, was July 1974's "Born With A Smile On My Face" which raced to number 2, whilst "We'll Find Our Day" (the Mortimers' wedding song) reached 7 in April 1975 for her. Simon May's October 1976 record "Summer of My Life" similarly peaked at 7. May also composed "Benny's Theme", released by Paul Henry with the Mayson Glen Orchestra in January 1978 (reaching 39, it centred around Benny Hawkins' abortive wedding to Maureen Flynn). More successful was Kate Robbins and Beyond's track "More Than In Love" from May 1981, which went to number 2; Robbins was currently playing chanteuse Kate Loring, who recorded the song in the Crossroads basement. See more »