Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan).

Still Game

BBC One and BBC Two and BBC One Scotland sitcom about delinquent pensioners. 56 episodes (8 series), 2002 - 2018. Stars Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill, Jane McCarry, Paul Riley and others.

Final series in production.
Series 7, Episode 3 is repeated on BBC1 Scot on Wednesday 28th November at 10:45pm.

Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Boabby (Gavin Mitchell), Winston Ingram (Paul Riley), Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan), Isa Drennan (Jane McCarry), Tam Mullen (Mark Cox), Navid Harrid (Sanjeev Kohli). Copyright: BBC.

Still Game

Scottish sitcom about pensioners Jack and Victor, a duo who strike a blow against ageism with their rascally antics

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2002 - 2018
Channels
BBC One, BBC Two, BBC One Scotland
Episodes
56   (8 series)
Creators
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan
Starring
Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill, Jane McCarry, Paul Riley, Mark Cox, Gavin Mitchell, Sanjeev Kohli, Paul Young and others
Writers
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan
Director
Michael Hines
Producers
Colin Gilbert, Michael Hines, Angela Murray, Jacqueline Sinclair, Ewan Angus, Steven Canny, Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill

Still Game follows the antics of pensioners Jack and Victor as they live out their latter years in Osprey Heights, a tower block in the fictional Craiglang area of Glasgow. Both now widowed, the men have been friends since childhood and despite their frequent bickering have an obvious bond. Affable old boys, the men are always ready for adventure and with their wry sense of humour, are happy to prove that growing old is about more than just a free bus pass. Jack and Victor reminisce of years past whilst contemplating the state of today's society, sharing their bittersweet observations of life alongside their neighbours, friends and other local characters.

The butt of many a joke is good friend Winston Ingram. Eternally immature and always on the lookout for an easy buck, Winston is frequently barred by Boabby the barman from their local boozer, The Clansman. Another estate regular is fellow neighbour Tam Mullen, for whom things always seem to come good, much to the frustration of Jack and Victor.

Keeping an eye on them all is Osprey Heights gossip queen, Isa Drennan. Carrying an unrequited flame for Winston, Isa uses her work in the community to keep her nose in everyone's business. She also works as a cleaner in the local corner shop run by the king of one-liners, Navid Harrid, the long suffering husband to soap-opera loving wife, Meena.

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