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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 3, Episode 3 is repeated on Gold today at 1pm

Press Clippings

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

The 8 best sitcom romances ever

With Valentine's Day approaching, love is in the air on Gold - so here is our list of comedy relationship favourites.

Chas Early, BT, 9th February 2017

Gold orders David Jason & Only Fools documentaries

Gold has ordered two new documentary series, focusing on Only Fools & Horses; and the work of its star, Sir David Jason.

British Comedy Guide, 19th January 2017

The BBC treated Only Fools stars as 'poor relations'

Del Boy, Pop Larkin, G-g-Granville... David Jason is pure TV gold and now he's back, aged 76, in Still Open All Hours. 'But don't get me started on BBC salaries,' splutters our f-f-favourite shopkeeper - or swearing, fame and those PC plonkers...

Louise Gannon, Daily Mail, 14th January 2017

David Jason talks about whether he'd do more OFAH

Sir David Jason has revealed that under the right circumstances, he would return to the role of Del Boy one last time - but there's something getting in the way. The legendary actor, 76, believed that following the death of writer John Sullivan, the chances of it coming to pass is slim.

The Sun, 14th January 2017

Only Fools among most watched Netflix shows on Xmas Day

Classic BBC comedy Only Fools and Horses is still one of the most popular TV shows on Christmas Day - thanks to Netflix and Gold.

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 13th January 2017

Fawlty Towers named comedians' favourite sitcom

A survey of comedians has revealed that Fawlty Towers is their favourite sitcom, and Alan Partridge meeting his superfan is their favourite scene. "Don't tell him Pike" was picked as the favourite one-liner.

British Comedy Guide, 4th January 2017

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