Still Open All Hours. Granville (David Jason). Copyright: BBC.

Still Open All Hours

BBC One sitcom sequel, with Granville now running Arkwright's shop. 34 episodes (pilot + 5 series), 2013 - 2018. Stars David Jason, James Baxter, Stephanie Cole, Maggie Ollerenshaw and others.

Another series is in development.

Press Clippings

Still Open All Hours Series 6 confirmed

Still Open All Hours is to return for a sixth series, the BBC has confirmed. Plotlines include

British Comedy Guide, 21st December 2018

David Jason nursing bump on the head while filming

Fingers crossed it's nothing more than a minor bump as Sir David Jason tends to what appears to be a rather nasty head injury on the set of Still Open All Hours.

Jack Teague and Dominique Hines, The Daily Express, 21st May 2018

David Jason spotted filming Still Open All Hours

The legendary actor faced a battle with the weather while filming the new series. The actor was surrounded by Christmas items, but the weather was far from cold.

The Sun, 15th May 2018

Still Open All Hours Series 5 confirmed

Still Open All Hours will return to BBC One for a fifth series later in 2018. The recommission means that the sequel has now accumulated more episodes, and more series, than the original hit show.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd May 2018

Writer Roy Clarke sustains his blend of gentleness and pathos as David Jason stars in a fourth series of the revived comedy. Granville has learned to charm the ferocious Arkwright cash register, but is in other respects turning into his late uncle - at times bordering on impersonating him - while his passions for Mavis are thwarted by Mr Newbold and Mrs Featherstone. There are larks as Eric and Cyril venture out on their tandem.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 14th January 2018

National Television Awards shortlist published

Car Share, Benidorm, Celebrity Juice and All Round To Mrs. Brown's are amongst the nominees shortlisted for the National Television Awards.

British Comedy Guide, 9th January 2018

This Christmas special bubble of nostalgia - charmingly outdated even when Ronnie Barker was the stuttering shopkeeper and Granville was a tousled lad in a tank-top - isn't so much a sitcom as half an hour of small talk.

The assorted widows and divorcees of the street met, as they always do, around a kitchen table, to exchange gossip about any available middle-aged men.

Granville's son Leroy (James Baxter) was on the pull as ever, this time chatting up a local vegan lass waving a 'meat is murder' placard outside the shop.

One day it'll be Leroy in the brown apron, battling the dyspeptic cash register and diddling customers out of pennies. But in the outside world, the ants will have control.

Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 29th December 2017

It's Christmas at Arkwright's, and many of the shop's most important customers are planning trips out of town. Mr Newbold is among them, leaving Granville exposed to the amorous intentions of Mrs Featherstone, and Madge is planning to take Mavis away, too. Plans must be hatched to prevent the exodus. Meanwhile, Leroy has his head turned by a vegetarian outside the shop, and Granville has to shift a load of duff crackers.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 28th December 2017

Johnny Vegas interview

Johnny Vegas is Still Open to learning from Sir David​ Jason.

The Sunday Post, 24th December 2017

David Jason guarded by minders around the clock

Two minders have been assigned to watch the Still Open All Hours actor after he was threatened by a 'rogue nutter'.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 23rd September 2017