Former cast members remember classic moments, lifelong friendships and a visit from the McCartneys.Sarah O'Hara, Liverpool Echo, 31st May 2021
After the dourness of the 1970s, the following decade was much more colourful and self-confident, and this reflected in the increasingly audacious premises of the best situation comedies of the era. There were still perennial British interests of class and social status, with observations on suburban life providing plenty of opportunity for writers.Greg Jameson, Entertainment Focus, 29th December 2018
Only Fools And Horses has been announced as the most-watched show in the entire 80-year history of British television.British Comedy Guide, 31st October 2016
Carla Lane, who has died aged 87, was perhaps best known for creating the popular 1980s sitcom Bread, set in her home city of Liverpool. But while for many viewers the trials and tribulations of the Boswell family were simply a slice of early evening entertainment, Liverpudlians had a far more complex relationship with the show.Bronwyn Jones, BBC News, 3rd June 2016
It's a little more than 30 years since Liverpool's most well-known comedy jewel first came to our screens.
It followed the working class Boswell family struggling through the city's high unemployment and poor prospects in the late 1980s, painting a bleak yet concurrently warm and hopeful picture of life in one of Britain's major cities.Aaron Brown, BBC, 4th May 2016
An actor best-known for sitcom Bread has been chosen as the Conservative candidate in the Clacton by-election.BBC News, 12th September 2014