Welcome to Holmfirth, a breathtakingly beautiful village in the heart of the Holme Valley, home to our favourite idiosyncratic retired gentlemen. As they amble about the countryside, these unlikely lads are now enjoying a mischievous second childhood, devising and executing a multitude of (grey) hare-brained schemes. Which is just what you'd expect from Britain's oldest, if not wisest adolescents, and their equally eccentric fellow townspeople. Helped by a supporting band of formidable wives, hen-pecked husbands, sexually-charged mistresses, inventors, pigeon fanciers... and balding lotharios, our three heroes are never far from one adventure or another. It'll end in trouble especially when the formidable Nora Batty finds out. Collecting the first ten series of one of the BBC's most popular and enduring comedies, the Early Years box set features 75 episodes, including memorable classics such as Forked Lightning where Clegg (Peter Sallis) has several extremely embarrassing accidents on his bicycle and And Who's That Dancing With Nora Batty Then? Where Compo (Bill Owen) finally gets to dance with Nora Batty, which ends after he steps on her foot. [show more]
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All 75 episodes from the first ten series of Roy Clarke's long-running BBC sitcom set in the Yorkshire Dales. Series 1 episodes are: 'Short Back and Palais Glide', 'Inventor of the 40-Foot Ferret', 'Paté and Chips', 'Spring Fever', 'The New Mobile Trio' and 'Hail Smiling Morn Or Thereabouts'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Forked Lightning', 'Who's That Dancing With Nora Batty Then?', 'The Changing Face of Rural Blamire', 'Some Enchanted Evening', 'A Quiet Drink', 'Ballad for Wind Instruments and Canoe' and 'Northern Flying Circus'. Series 3 episodes are: 'The Man from Oswestry', 'Mending Stuart's Leg', 'The Great Boarding House Bathroom Caper', 'Cheering Up Gordon', 'The Kink in Foggy's Niblick', 'Going to Gordon's Wedding' and 'Isometrics and After'. Series 4 episodes are: 'Ferret Come Home', 'Getting On With Sidney's Wire', 'Jubilee', 'Flower Power Cut', 'Who Made a Bit of a Splash in Wales Then?', 'Greenfingers', 'A Merry Heatwave' and 'The Bandit from Stoke-On-Trent'. Series 5 episodes are: 'Full Steam Behind', 'The Flag and Its Snags', 'The Flag and Further Snags', 'Deep in the Heart of Yorkshire', 'Earnshaw Strikes Back', 'Here We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder' and 'Here We Go Again Into the Wild Blue Yonder'. Series 6 episodes are: 'In the Service of Humanity', 'Car and Garter', 'The Odd Dog Men', 'A Bicycle Made for Three', 'One of the Last Few Places Unexplored By Man', 'Serenade for Tight Jeans and Metal Detector' and 'From Wellies to Wet Suit'. Series 7 episodes are: 'The Frozen Turkey Man', 'The White Man's Grave', 'The Waist Land', 'Cheering Up Ludovic', 'The Three Astaires' and 'The Arts of Concealment'. Series 8 episodes are: 'The Mysterious Feet of Nora Batty', 'Keeping Britain Tidy', 'Enter the Phantom', 'Catching Digby's Donkey', 'The Woollenmills of Your Mind' and 'Who's Looking After the Cafe Then?'. Series 9 and 10 episodes are: 'Why Does Norman Clegg Buy Ladies' Elastic Stockings?', 'The Heavily Reinforced Bottom', 'Dried Dates and Codfanglers', 'The Really Masculine Purse', 'Who's Feeling Ejected Then?', 'The Ice-Cream Man Cometh', 'Set the People Free', 'Go With the Flow', 'Jaws', 'Edie and the Automobile', 'Wind Power' and 'When You Take a Good Bite, Yorkshire Tastes Terrible'. Also included are the Christmas and New Year specials 'Small Tune On a Penny Wassail', 'And a Dewhurst Up a Fir Tree', 'Whoops', 'All Mod Conned', 'Getting Sam Home', 'The Loxley Lozenge', 'Uncle of the Bride', 'Merry Christmas, Father Christmas' and 'Big Day at Dream Acres'.