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2012 Christmas special from the sitcom about the laid-back, working-class Royle family. As dad Jim (Ricky Tomlinson) hopes to win big on scratch cards, son-in-law Dave (Craig Cash) prepares to pitch an idea for a new product on 'Dragon's Den'. Meanwhile, mum Barbara (Sue Johnston) goes Christmas shopping in Poundland and neighbour Joe (Peter Martin) seeks romance.
Box set containing all 31 episodes of the spoof chat show, including the pilot and the Christmas Specials. Starring BAFTA-winning comedienne, Caroline Aherne ('The Royle Family'), this highly successful and multiple award-winning show saw a host of celebrities queuing up to be interviewed by Aherne (in extensive makeup) as the barbed, octogenarian pensioner chat-show host with a penchant for double-entendres and rude questions delivered in a seemingly innocent tone. Amongst Mrs Merton's brave guests are Steve Coogan, Ant and Dec, Rolf Harris, Michael Parkinson, Peter Stringfellow, Vinnie Jones and even Hollywood legend, Tony Curtis, along with many others. Co-writer and fellow Royle Family actor, Craig Cash, appears as Mrs Merton's son, Malcolm.
A collection of Christmas episodes following the Royle clan. The programme is centred around dad Jim (Ricky Tomlinson), mum Barbara (Sue Johnston), daughter Denise (Caroline Aherne), son Antony (Ralf Little), nana Norma (Liz Smith) and Denise's partner Dave (Craig Cash) - a laid-back family who depend on state benefits as their source of income. The family spend most of their time gathered in the living room and sharing every-day conversations, often with comical results. Episodes comprise: 'Christmas With the Royle Family', 'The Royle Family at Christmas' and 'The New Sofa'.
2010 Christmas special from the sitcom about the laid-back, working-class Royle family. Barbara (Sue Johnston) is stressed out with all the Christmas preparations, Jim (Ricky Tomlinson) is unable to help because of an unlucky accident, Dave (Craig Cash) and Denise (Caroline Aherne) are apprehensive that Anthony (Ralf Little)'s presents will overshadow their own (a fridge magnet), Joe (Peter Martin) remembers a drunken night and Cheryl (Jessica Hynes) recalls a romantic meeting at a supermarket.
Welcome to The Grapes - a Northern pub of warmth, good cheer and nicotine. Where the regulars ponder their lives, loves and who's been leaving fag ends in the blocked urinals.
Will Ken the landlord ever find out? Does Melanie ever find her real Dad? Will Jean get to go to Crete? Who did father Janice's baby? Can crime crack itself? Will Eddie get to share his concern over the installation of temporary traffic lights on Samuel Street?
Does anybody give a toss? No!
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