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As seen on PBS
The International Emmy®-winning British comedy
"Full of sly, sharp, warm humor" --Los Angeles Times
A British couple’s empty-nest adventures
After 20 years of marriage and raising two children, suburban housewife Hester Fields (Julia McKenzie, Agatha Christie’s Marple) is ready for a new challenge. And it doesn’t seem to matter what it is--she dabbles in painting, jogging, cooking, pottery, and even fencing. Her staid accountant husband, William (Anton Rodgers, May to December), feels no such need for change, yet somehow always seems to get dragged into Hester’s exploits. Each morning he sets off for the office, never knowing what he’ll face when he returns home. But with Hester trying something new each day, life is never dull for the Fields.
"Julia McKenzie and Anton Rodgers are wonderful as a couple whose lives have a kind of universal appeal" (Los Angeles Times). This set includes Series 1 and 2 of the genial British sitcom.
the British know how to do humor and this series did not dsappointPublished 8 months ago by luvn UK comedy
We love this sitcom and watch ti over and over again. Great for the family and highly recommend this one.Published 18 months ago by atticmom
Very light, very pleasant comedy. It won't make you think but it will make you smile. I enjoyed this happy couple, her mom, their friends. It's just a lot of fun.Published on February 18, 2013 by SitcomBuddy
I like British comedies in general: Last of the Summer Wine, Keeping Up Appearances, and As Time Goes By are some of my favorites. Read morePublished on December 19, 2011 by anonymous
I just now ordered "Fresh Fields". I can not wait for it to arrive. It is a charming series and I agree with reviewers who suggest that the, "As Time Goes By",crowd will enjoy this... Read morePublished on September 15, 2011 by yet another Debbie in California
I check Amazon all the time to see if Fresh Fields is available. This is among my favorite Britcoms of all times--rarely, if ever, seen in the US. Read morePublished on August 20, 2011 by C. Cook