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 4, Episode 6 is repeated on Gold today at 3:10pm.

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Beyond Spitting Image - more Britbox comedies available

Classic satirical comedy Spitting Image has just been revived for a new generation on Britbox. This is Britbox's first original commission, but there are also plenty of classic comedies available on the streaming service, which also features some of the best shows that have aired on the BBC, C4 and ITV over the years.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 4th October 2020

OFAH bar scene voted as still the greatest TV scene

It's more than 30 years old, and often mocked for for being the obvious choice, but Del Boy falling through a bar in Only Fools and Horses has been voted the greatest TV moment of all time in a poll by Virgin Media.

Chortle, 14th July 2020

Why I Love ... Only Fools And Horses

No matter what pollsters publish, Only Fools And Horses will always be my number one, all-time favourite situation comedy.

Sue Wilkinson, Edinburgh Evening News, 5th June 2020

Sir David Jason says back your independent traders

Only Fools legend Sir David Jason today urges Sun on Sunday readers to back their independent traders - saying it is "what Del Boy would want".

Sarah Arnold & David Wooding, The Sun, 31st May 2020

BBC makes comedy sets available as Zoom backgrounds

If those endless tedious Zoom meetings are getting you down the BBC has done something that might spice them up. They have made their archive of images of sets available to use as online meeting backdrops. These include sets from The League of Gentlemen, Yes Minister, The Young Ones, Only Fools and Horses and Dad's Army.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 13th May 2020

TV nostalgia comedy boom as viewers flock to classics

Locked-down viewers are finding comfort in comedy nostalgia as Only Fools And Horses and Last Of The Summer Wine repeats record an audience surge.

Adam Sherwin, i Newspaper, 24th April 2020

John Challis talks Only Fools And Horses

'The Boycie laugh just happened in rehearsals': John Challis talks Only Fools And Horses ahead of landmark milestone.

The Express and Star, 16th April 2020

Brits turn to classics such as Dad's Army for comfort

Brits are turning to telly classics such as Dad's Army for comfort during lockdown, new streaming figures show.

Figures from Now TV show that in the past ten days Dad's Army's popularity has gone up 211 per cent.

Other old British favourites have also seen huge leaps -- with 87 per cent more viewers for Only Fools And Horses.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 7th April 2020

Watching Only Fools And Horses for the first time

We got a French person to watch Only Fools And Horses for the first time, to see what she made of it. As well as showing her classical bits like Del Boy falling through the bar and the chandelier moments, we also got her to critique Del's somewhat unique take on the French language.

Wil Jones, JOE, 6th April 2020

OFAH is the greatest comedy ever according to Americans

Taking to IMDb, fans from the US have been leaving reviews of Only Fools And Horses over the years, and they are brilliant.

Angie Quinn, My London, 3rd March 2020