Yes Minister. Image shows from L to R: Bernard Woolley (Derek Fowlds), James Hacker (Paul Eddington), Sir Humphrey Appleby (Nigel Hawthorne). Copyright: BBC.

Yes Minister

BBC Radio 4 sitcom. 16 episodes (2 series), 1983 - 1984. Stars Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds, Diana Hoddinott and John Nettleton.

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