Arkwright's, the nation's favourite corner shop, opens its doors again for series three of Roy Clarke's follow up to Open All Hours. The series begins with a Christmas special where Granville (David Jason) and Gastric (Tim Healy) find themselves playing marriage counsellors and Kath (Sally Lindsay) attempts to get everyone into the Christmas spirit. In other episodes Granville finds ever more ingenious ways to winkle out a small profit from customers like the ever-gullible Cyril (Kulvinder Ghir) and Granville's courtship of Mavis (Maggie Ollerenshaw) continues with... more fish and chip dinners and trips out in Gastric's mini, but he's got to keep an eye out for Mrs. Featherstone (Stephanie Cole) who doesn't seem quite satisfied with Mr Newbold (Geoffrey Whitehead), her current candidate for the position of husband number four Meanwhile Granville's son, Leroy (James Baxter) still yearns for a delivery vehicle that won't spoil his success with dating; love-sick Gastric, full of heart but low on grey matter, is still trying to impress Mavis's formidable sister Madge (Brigit Forsyth); local gossip Mrs Hussein (Nina Wadia) continues her quest to catch Leroy's eye; and arch pessimist Eric (Johnny Vegas) is still looking for improvements in his own married life, which takes a turn for the worse when a mystery woman starts asking for him round the neighbourhood [show more]
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All seven episodes from the third series of the BBC comedy with David Jason reprising his role as Granville from the classic sitcom 'Open All Hours'. After inheriting the family corner shop from his deceased uncle Arkwright, Granville (Jason) returns to run the business with his son Leroy (James Baxter). The former shop assistant maintains his uncle's frugality as he craftily tries to shift stock to the local customers while also pondering expanding his existing enterprise. Meanwhile, Granville persists in pursuing old love interest Mavis (Maggie Ollerenshaw) and deals with her unpleasant sister Madge (Brigit Forsyth) by trying to set her up with Gastric (Tim Healy).