Four classic comedy dramas have been added to BBC iPlayer.
The BBC says: "Viewers with fond memories of comedy dramas of the 1990s will be pleased to hear that a number of the BBC's best loved shows from that era have been added to iPlayer, and will be broadcast on BBC Four at 10pm on Wednesdays over the coming weeks."
The four shows are:
From Line Of Duty creator Jed Mercurio, 1994's Cardiac Arrest was written when Mercurio was still working as a junior doctor in the West Midlands. Featuring Andrew Lancel, Helen Baxendale, Peter Biddle, Ahsen Bhatti and Selina Cadell, this darkly comic hard-hitting hospital drama series follows two separate wards through the eyes of the junior doctors.
An exclusive introduction to the series from Mercurio will come to iPlayer after the series begins on BBC Four next week.
BAFTA-winning Robert Carlyle stars as the title role in this 1995 police procedural comedy drama. PC Hamish Macbeth would love a quiet life - but goings-on in the deceptively sleepy Highland village of Lochdubh means it's the last thing he'll get.
Londoner Archie MacDonald is called home to his parents' sprawling Scottish mansion. This heart-warming, Highland comedy drama based on the comic novels of Compton Mackenzie ran for 7 series from the year 2000, featuring Alastair Mackenzie, Hamish Clark, Dawn Steele, Alexander Morton and Richard Briers.
Dan McGolpin, Director of BBC iPlayer and Channels, says: "It's a thrill to bring all of these fantastic drama series back for a new generation; for those of us who remember the first time around we can indulge and enjoy them all over again. The breadth of our offer keeps increasing, BBC iPlayer truly has something for everyone."