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Series which recreates three British classic lost sitcoms with a stellar new cast.

Genres: Comedy
Station: BBC Four (GB)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: To Be Determined
Start: 2016-09-01

Lost Sitcoms Air Dates


S01E01 - Till Death Do Us Part: A Woman's Place is in the Home Air Date: 01 September 2016 20:00 -

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In this episode of Till Death Us Do Part originally broadcast in 1967, Alf arrives home to find that a burnt supper is the least of his worries.


S01E02 - Hancock's Half Hour: The New Neighbour Air Date: 08 September 2016 20:00 -

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Tony Hancock's new neighbour has a very, very suspicious night-time routine.


S01E03 - Steptoe and Son: A Winter's Tale Air Date: 14 September 2016 20:00 -

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Another of Galton and Simpson's iconic shows Steptoe And Son, which originally ran from 1962 to 1965, will also be part of the Lost Sitcoms.

Jeff Rawle (Drop the Dead Donkey) and Ed Coleman (Pride) will re-create one of the most successful double acts in the history of British television playing Albert Steptoe and his son, Harold respectively. The episode, A Winter's Tale, sees Harold desperate to go on a skiing holiday but he doesn't want Albert there, under any circumstances.

Lost Sitcoms Actors

Kevin McNally(Tony Hancock)

Kevin Eldon(John Vere)

Lizzie Roper(Else Garnett)

Simon Day(Alf Garnett)

Robin Sebastian(Kenneth Williams)

Katy Wix(Hattie Jacques)

Sydney Rae White(Rita Rawlins)

Carl Au(Mike Rawlins)

Ed Coleman(Harold Steptoe)

Jeff Rawle(Albert Steptoe)

Jon Culshaw(Sid James)



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