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Only Fools And Horses book to mark show's 40th anniversary

A book celebrating the 40th anniversary of Only Fools And Horses is to be published. Written by Jim Sullivan, the son of creator John Sullivan, it aims to be "a fully illustrated definitive history of the iconic BBC show".

British Comedy Guide, 15th July 2021

Only Fools And Horses 'lost episode' saw Del Boy retire

Del Boy would have celebrated his retirement as a millionaire OAP at the Nag's Head in a lost episode of Only Fools And Horses.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 27th February 2021

Only Fools And Horses stamps to be released by Royal Mail

Royal Mail is to release a set of 12 stamps to mark the 40th anniversary year of Only Fools And Horses.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd February 2021

How Only Fools sex doll episode was almost axed

Only Fools And Horses writer John Sullivan kept the plot of the classic episode secret from BBC bosses as he felt certain that they wouldn't allow it to even be filmed.

James Brinsford, The Mirror, 30th December 2020

John Sullivan estate sues Only Fools dining experience

The copyright battle over a 'hooky' dining show based on Only Fools And Horses has made it to the High Court. But in a setback for the case being brought by the family of sitcom creator John Sullivan, the matter has been referred to a lower jurisdiction.

Chortle, 16th December 2020

Legal action launched over Only Fools dining experience

John Sullivan's son and widow, Jim and Sharon, have issued a writ claiming the Only Fools (Cushty) Dining Experience is ripping off his creations.

Chortle, 20th January 2020

Will Gompertz reviews: Only Fools & Horses The Musical

The only snag is it's also a bit like his famous yellow, three-wheeled motor; as in it occasionally misfires and never really gets going.

Will Gompertz, BBC, 23rd February 2019

Only Fools and Horses: the Musical review

"While the script rattles along and scores highly on terms of laugh-out-loud moments, the show overall is let down by a score of fairly weak songs", says Tony Peters.

Tony Peters, Radio Times, 21st February 2019