The Royle Family Portraits. Image shows from L to R: Caroline Aherne, Sue Johnston, Craig Cash, Ricky Tomlinson, Ralf Little. Copyright: Jellylegs
The Royle Family Portraits

The Royle Family Portraits

  • TV factual
  • Gold
  • 2010
  • 1 episode

Royle Family highlights clip show, featuring interviews and introductions from the cast. Features Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Sue Johnston, Ricky Tomlinson, Ralf Little and more.

Key details

Genre
Factual
Broadcast
2010
Channels
Gold
Episodes
1
Features
Caroline Aherne, Craig Cash, Sue Johnston, Ricky Tomlinson, Ralf Little, Liz Smith, Jessica Hynes, Sheridan Smith and more
Director
Celia Amodeo
Producers
Lindsay Jex, Celia Amodeo and Lucy Ansbro
Companies

After GOLD's sneak behind the Royle's sofa, uncovering unseen material and revelations about how the sitcom and characters were conceived, it's time to hand over to the cast and the legion of celebrity fans to pick the bits they hold with highest esteem.

Not only will the cast and celebrity fans - like Catherine Tate, Paul Whitehouse, Jimmy McGovern and John Prescott - pick their favourite Royle moments, but creators, writers and stars of the show Caroline Aherne and Craig Cash will also pick their all time, top ten personal highlights and talk us through what each moment meant to them.

And what a canon of work to choose from! The Royle Family is chock full of great moments - from Jim's iconic catchphrase "My Arse!", to Joe's spontaneous singing and Denise's waters breaking - there are enough classic moments here to prove that The Royle Family is one of Britain's very best.

Jim: "Right, get your coat on Barb."
Barbara: "Are you taking me out then?"
Jim: "No, I'm gonna turn the fire off... of course I'm taking you! I wouldn't leave you here on me birthday, would I? ... Better bring your purse."

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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Wednesday 17th November 2010 at 9pm on Gold
Episode length
120 minutes
Most recent repeats
  • Tuesday 1st June 2021 at 12:40am on Gold
  • Sunday 4th April 2021 at 12:40am on Gold
  • Friday 8th May 2020 at 10:20pm on Gold

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