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Only Fools And Horses. Image shows from L to R: Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst), Del (David Jason), Grandad (Lennard Pearce). Copyright: BBC.

Only Fools And Horses

BBC One sitcom about two market traders. 64 episodes (7 series), 1981 - 2003. Stars David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Buster Merryfield, Lennard Pearce and others.

Series 2, Episode 7 is repeated on Gold today at 7:40pm

Press Clippings

Lennard Pearce had 'chance to stop Second World War'

Actor Lennard Pearce told Rodney - Nicholas Lyndhurst - how he met met Adolf Hitler in the 30s and wished he had killed him and stopped his murderous Nazi regime.

Nicola Methven, The Mirror, 2nd October 2017

David Jason claims OFAH is cursed due to cast deaths

Del Boy actor Sir David Jason claims Only Fools And Horses was cursed - because so many of the cast and crew died.

The Mirror, 26th September 2017

Ranking the top five moments from Only Fools and Horses

Since it was the show's anniversary, we decided to rank the best moments from the show. Enjoy...

JOE, 10th September 2017

Only Fools and Horses... From Peckham to Beckham

Only Fools And Horses... John Sullivan's long-running sitcom, began on 8 September 1981.

BBC Blogs, 6th September 2017

Del Boy and Rodney would be real millionaires today

A financial expert has concluded that the wheeler-dealer brothers would be worth over £3million.

Sherna Noah, Daily Record, 25th August 2017

Why did immigrant families see themselves in OFAH?

As part of our 90s comedy week, we look at why the story of a white working-class family was so popular among those who - on the surface - had nothing to relate to.

Jason Murugesu, The New Statesman, 9th August 2017

Blackadder tops list of shows people would like to return

Blackadder, Only Fools And Horses, Spitting Image and Fawlty Towers have come out top of a poll that asked people which classic TV shows they'd like to return.

British Comedy Guide, 15th June 2017

Only Fools and Horses USA - and other failed TV remakes

Ricky Gervais managed it with The Office, but - from The IT Crowd to Luther - which other Brit TV exports weren't so lucky?

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 4th April 2017

Could Rodders and Del Boy make a comeback?

David Jason says he would love to play Del Boy again in a remake of Britain's favourite comedy.

The Daily Express, 31st March 2017

Sir David Jason gets second autobiography deal

Sir David Jason is to publish a second autobiography volume later this year. My Lives will focus on his acting work and the characters that made him famous.

British Comedy Guide, 1st March 2017

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