Yes, Minister 4 Seasons 1982
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1. Equal Opportunities The Minister decides there should be more women occupying top jobs in the Civil Service. This raises some eyebrows around the Department, particularly those of Sir Humphrey.
2. The Challenge In a re-organization of government administration, Jim has the task of reducing local government bureaucracy. While commenting to a BBC radio interviewer, Jim begins to realize just how daunting this task will be.
3. The Skeleton in the Cupboard Sir Humphrey wants a local authority disciplined because they have omitted some required paper work. The Minister will not comply, as the local authority is one of the most efficient in the country.
4. The Moral Dimension The Minister leads a delegation to the Persian Gulf. Sir Humphrey is on hand as his guide. One must learn in this part of the world that there is a recognized difference between a bribe and an "extra-contractual payment."
5. Bed of Nails Jim is given the job of implementing an Integrated National Transport Policy. Sir Humphrey explains the job could turn into a nightmare for the Minister and endeavors to protect him from any discomfort.
6. The Whiskey Priest The Minister is in possession of some embarrassing information on the sale of British arms to Italian terrorists. It takes all of Sir Humphrey's skill to convince Jim not to do anything foolish with the news.
7. The Middle Class Rip Off Jim wants to rescue a struggling football club from financial difficulties. Sir Humphrey believes that subsidies are only for art and culture, not for some entertainment form that the people actually want.
|Starring||Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne|
|Supporting actors||Derek Fowlds, John Nettleton, Nigel Stock, David Firth, Peter Dennis, Robert East, David Rose|
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Even though it was made in 1981 it is still timely and quite amusing. JTDPublished 3 months ago by John T. D'Alessandro
I've been a devoted fan of Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister since I was stationed in Britain during the 1980s and first saw it on the Beeb. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brian J. Hupp