Rings On Their Fingers. Image shows from L to R: Sandy (Bennett) Pryde (Diane Keen), Oliver Pryde (Martin Jarvis). Copyright: BBC.

Rings On Their Fingers

BBC One sitcom. 20 episodes (3 series), 1978 - 1980. Stars Diane Keen, Martin Jarvis, Tim Barrett, Barbara Lott, Anna Dawson, John Kane and Royce Mills.

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Marriage Lines. Image shows from L to R: George Starling (Richard Briers), Kate Starling (Prunella Scales). Copyright: BBC.

Marriage Lines

The pitfalls of marriage as witnessed by George and Kate Starling. From early difficulties to baby difficulties.


The Cuckoo Waltz. Image shows from L to R: Felicity 'Fliss' Hawthorne (Diane Keen), Chris Hawthorne (David Roper). Copyright: Granada Television.

The Cuckoo Waltz

Fliss and Chris are a young happily-married couple whose whizz-kid friend Gavin moves in after splitting with his wife.


Miss Jones And Son. Image shows from L to R: Baby Roland (Luke Steensil), Elizabeth Jones (Paula Wilcox). Copyright: Thames Television.

Miss Jones And Son

Elizabeth Jones has to come to terms with being pregnant and bringing her child up alone after her relationship comes to an end.


The Many Wives Of Patrick. Patrick Woodford (Patrick Cargill). Copyright: London Weekend Television.

The Many Wives Of Patrick

Patrick Woodford, a wealthy antiques dealer, unwittingly ensured that his life would remain complicated when he married - six times.


...And Mother Makes Five. Sally Redway (Wendy Craig).

...And Mother Makes Five

Sally Harrison marries David Redway. His daughter moves in to join Sally and her two sons, thus making a family of five.


BBC One.

Second Time Around

Richard Waring comedy starring Michael Craig as 50-year old divorcee Harry, who falls in love with the much younger Vicki.


My Wife Next Door. Image shows from L to R: George Bassett (John Alderton), Suzy Bassett (Hannah Gordon). Copyright: BBC.

My Wife Next Door

Sitcom about a divorcing couple who each move to begin a new life in the country, only to find themselves living in adjoining cottages.



Foxy Lady

Daisy Jackson is the editor of a newspaper office and sets it abuzz.


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