One Foot in the Grave

Series 6
45:00

Series 6, Episode 1 - The Executioner's Song

3.0 0 x
Victor just doesn't believe it again as an artistic dispute with the Meldrews threatens to scupper the plans of Patrick (Angus Deayton) for a quiet birthday.
Series 5
40:00

Series 5, Episode 6 - The Exterminating Angel

3.0 1 x
One of the great TV comic creations - Victor Meldrew. The misery guts gets a new job as a chauffeur and learns the importance of keeping an eye on the tank.
35:00

Series 5, Episode 5 - Hole in the Sky

3.0 0 x
Award-winning comedy with the most grumpy of senior citizens, Victor Meldrew. The old grouch helps a young Dutch girl to get back on her feet, with a puppet.
40:00

Series 5, Episode 4 - Rearranging the Dust

4.0 2 x
Another classic single scene episode as Victor and Margaret visit a solicitor to sort out some legal matters. But their eventful wait then brings more misery.
40:00

Series 5, Episode 3 - The Affair of the Hollow Lady

4.0 4 x
We do believe it! A new home security system threatens Victor's chances of sneaking off to see football on TV. Watch out for guest star 'Babs' Windsor.
40:00

Series 5, Episode 2 - Only a Story

3.0 3 x
Classic farce with Richard Wilson. Mrs Warboys moves in with the Meldrews after rain floods her basement home, but Victor feeling mellow after a stint of reflexology.
Series 2

Series 2, Episode 6 - Timeless Time

4.0 3 x
Victor is unable to sleep, and things get so desperate that he contemplates opening Ronnie and Mildred's Christmas present from last year.

Who's Listening?

4.0 3 x
Victor bemoans the commercialism of Christmas and ponders whether it ever had a deeper, spiritual meaning. He decides to help the vicar feed the homeless on Christmas Day.
Series 4
35:00

Series 4, Episode 6 - The Secret of the Seven Sorcerers

3.0 4 x
Victor's conjuring group runs into trouble when a trick goes horribly wrong. And his new job as a lollipop man prompts calls from the fire brigade.
40:00

Series 4, Episode 5 - The Trial

3.0 3 x
I don't believe it! Victor is called up for jury service and ends up home alone, with only grumbling to occupy him. Richard Wilson provides a perfect comic monologue.
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