Sitcom set and made in Wales. Fagin, a budding Welsh "entrepreneur" with a dodgy past, takes in two tear-aways as apprentices. The series follows their daily lives, relationships and ... See full summary »
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Robert Blythe Robert Blythe ...  Fagin / ... 39 episodes, 2002-2015
Steve Meo Steve Meo ...  Hoffman 39 episodes, 2002-2015
Margaret John ...  Mam / ... 38 episodes, 2002-2008
Keiron Self ...  PC Claude Cox / ... 38 episodes, 2002-2015
Boyd Clack ...  Sgt Ball 36 episodes, 2002-2015
Ben Evans Ben Evans ...  Charlie 28 episodes, 2002-2015
Di Botcher ...  Mrs. Coles 19 episodes, 2002-2008
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Sitcom set and made in Wales. Fagin, a budding Welsh "entrepreneur" with a dodgy past, takes in two tear-aways as apprentices. The series follows their daily lives, relationships and workings in the Welsh valleys. Fagin's mum, with whom they all live, is the matriarch who keeps the boys in tow. Written by oshiicasting

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Hoffman: Uh, Fag
[pronounced fayg]
Hoffman: , what's libido?
Richard 'Fagin' Hepplewhite: I think it's where you go for a swim.
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A must watch. Welsh regional production at its best
21 October 2020 | by midlandstherapySee all my reviews

No doubt you'll recognise all sorts of actors from English and Welsh television in this absolute classic. Mam played by the incredibly filthy actress who played Doris in Gavin and Stacey is the true star and you can see the roots of that character here.


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