Yes, Prime Minister 2 Seasons 1987
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1. Man Overboard When Jim decides to implement a new plan to reduce unemployment in the North, Sir Humphrey decides that desperate cases call for desperate measures.
2. Official Secrets The former Prime Minister is writing his memoirs, which have to be submitted for security clearance. And it seems as though one chapter in the book will portray Jim in very bad light.
3. A Diplomatic Incident In order to polish his public image, Jim wants the French to sign the Channel Tunnel agreement.
4. A Conflict in Interest A major City crisis seems set to rock the Government. With the Party Conference upcoming, it is time for firm action by a decisive Prime Minister. Sir Humphrey could not disagree more.
5. Power to the People When Sir Humphrey locks horns with the formidable Agnes Moorhouse, leader of a London Council, he finds her a tougher opponent than any of his gentlemanly adversaries in Whitehall.
6. The Patron of the Arts A drastic cut in the Arts Council Grant is due to be announced on the morning of the British Theatre Awards dinner. Jim needs Sir Humphrey's help to avoid a hostile reception, but Sir Humphrey is a patron of the arts.
7. The National Education Service Under pressure to improve the standards of education, Jim devises a plan which presents Sir Humphrey as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service, with a conflict of interest.
8. The Tangled Web If the PM gives false information to Parliament, should the Cabinet Secretary support him, or should he tell all? As Sir Humphrey ponders the ethics, he finds that he, too, has something to hide.
|Starring||Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne|
|Supporting actors||Derek Fowlds, Richard Vernon, Deborah Norton, Peter Cellier, Louis Mahoney, Miranda Forbes|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Wickedly funny commentary on bureaucracy and politics. Set in the 80's, but all too relevant today, as the U.S. is now in the grip of its own "mandarins"Published 22 days ago by rocketguy
I watched this PBS program in the 80s. It was so well written, full of wit and humor that I decided to revisit it. I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 28 days ago by ranger one
This series is very enjoyable to watch with solid British humor that rings so true.Published 2 months ago by Rodney Johnson
My wife and I love this show, and enjoyed watching it until they took it off of prime and made it purchase only. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mrogers67
There are several British series that one can see, let rest and enjoy again and again. The first one is House of Cards. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert D. Stiles
This is a great show. Very funny, especially if you like the dry Brittish humour.Published 2 months ago by Lawrence E. Sauer