Yes, Minister

Series 1

Series 1, Episode 1 - Open Government

4.0 0 x
First episode of the acclaimed sitcom about an apparently clueless British government minister and the advisers who surround him.
Series 3

Series 3, Episode 8 - Party Games

3.0 17 x
Sitcom about a British government minister and his advisers. Rumours of a cabinet reshuffle could spell great things for Jim Hacker.

The Middle-Class Rip-Off

Expired 3.0 35 x
Jim Hacker supports the sale of a museum, which will help fund the ailing local football club. Sir Humphrey, however, is horrified. Vintage political comedy.

The Whisky Priest

Expired 3.0 14 x
MP Jim Hacker finds himself in possession of some embarrassing info regarding the sale of British arms to terrorist groups. This all sounds strangely familiar...

The Bed of Nails

Expired 3.0 12 x
Once again this political sitcom from the 1980s is spookily topical. Jim encounters problems developing and implementing an integrated national transport policy.

The Moral Dimension

Expired 3.0 9 x
More Whitehall chicanery in the not-so-far-fetched political sitcom. Jim Hacker is outraged to learn that bribery was used to land a lucrative foreign contract.

Skeleton in the Cupboard

Expired 3.0 10 x
Paul Eddington is clueless MP Jim Hacker in the classic political sitcom. Sir Humphrey wants to make an example of a local council following a minor error.

The Challenge

Expired 3.0 5 x
Sharp satirical sitcom. Hacker takes part in a TV interview on local civil defence, but his interrogator - Ludovic Kennedy, playing himself - is extremely tenacious.

Equal Opportunities

Expired 3.0 10 x
The political sitcom that revealed more than a smidgen of truth. Jim wants to see more women in higher posts, but Sir Humphrey naturally does not agree.