Steptoe And Son

The famous rag and bone men, Harold Steptoe and his beloved father Albert.

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A Visit From The Tax Man20050510 BT= 1430 (BBC7)
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Away For Christmas1976120020111224 (BBC7)

Harold's Majorca-bound, but he's not told Albert.

Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

From December 1976.

Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

0101The Offer1966070320031118 (BBC7)
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As the rag and bone men argue, Harold is set to leave. Adapted from TV.

As the rag and bone men argue, Harold is set to leave. Adapted from TV.

After a row with his father Albert, Harold decides to leave their rag and bone business and take up another offer of employment.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1966.

As the rag and bone men argue, Harold is set to leave. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

As the rag and bone men row, Harold's set to leave.

Adapted from TV, from July 1966.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

After a row, Harold decides to leave the business and take up another offer of employment.

As the rag and bone men argue, Harold's set to leave.

As the rag and bone men argue, Harold's set to leave. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

As the rag and bone men row, Harold's set to leave. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

As the rag and bone men row, Harold's set to leave. Adapted from TV, from July 1966.

0102The Bird1966071020100315 (BBC7)
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Harold is furious when his date is late for dinner. Starring Harry H Corbett.

Harold is furious when his date Roxanne is late for dinner.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Marion Stone as Roxanne.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1966.

Harold is furious when his date is late for dinner. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

Harold is furious when his date is late for dinner.

0103Sixty Five Today1966071720100322 (BBC7)
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Albert's birthday outing turns into a disaster. Adapted from TV. From July 1966.

Albert's 65th birthday outing turns into a disaster for son Harold.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1966.

Albert's birthday outing turns into a disaster. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

Albert's birthday outing turns into a disaster.

0104The Stepmother1966072420100329 (BBC7)
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Harold is not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend. With Wilfrid Brambell

Harold's not too happy to meet dad Albert's new girlfriend.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Joan Lovell as Emma.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1966.

Harold is not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

Harold's not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend.

Harold's not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

Harold's not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend. With Wilfrid Brambell.

0105The Economist1966073120100405 (BBC7)
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Fuming Harold decides the business needs some bite.

Fuming Harold decides the business needs some bite. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1966.

Fuming Harold decides the business needs some bite. From July 1966.

0106Wallah, Wallah, Catsmeat1966080720100412 (BBC7)
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The business falters when the horse needs a vet. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.

The rag and bone business falters when Hercules the horse needs a vet.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1966.

The business falters when the horse needs a vet. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From August 1966.

The business falters when the horse needs a vet.

0107The Diploma1966081420100419 (BBC7)
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Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.

Harold drops a bombshell by quitting the rag and bone business for a new career as a TV repair man.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1966.

Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From August 1966.

Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man.

0108Steptoe A La Carte1966082120100426 (BBC7)
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Harold hopes he's found true love on his round. From August 1966.

After meeting Monique on his round, Harold's hoping he's found true love with a French twist. But what will she make of his dad Albert?

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Gwendolyn Watts as Monique.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1966.

Harold hopes he's found true love on his round. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From August 1966.

Harold hopes he's found true love on his round.

0109The Holiday1966082820100503 (BBC7)
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Harold fancies France, but Albert is not so keen. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.

Harold fancies a holiday by himself in France, but his father Albert is not so keen.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1966.

Harold fancies France, but Albert is not so keen. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From August 1966.

Harold fancies France, but Albert is not so keen.

0110The Bath1966090420100510 (BBC7)
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Harold's plan for a proper bathroom upset his father Albert.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1966.

Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert. Adapted from TV. From September 1966.

Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From September 1966.

Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert.

0111The Lead Man Cometh1966091120031125 (BBC7)
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The rag and bone men get an irresistible offer.

Just as Albert and Harold are needing to economise, the rag and bone men are made an irresistible offer. Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Leonard Rossiter as Welsh Hughie.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1966.

Just as Albert and Harold are needing to economise, the rag and bone men are made an irresistible offer. Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold and Leonard Rossiter as Welsh Hughie.

The rag and bone men get an irresistible offer. From September 1966.

The rag and bone men get an irresistible offer. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From September 1966.

A chapel-goer from the valleys arrives with a ton of lead at a knock-down price.

Surely a man of God can be trusted?

0112The Musical Evening1966091820100517 (BBC7)
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Albert takes action over Harold's gramophone. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

War erupts in the rag and bone yard, when Albert takes action over music-loving Harold's gramophone.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1966.

Albert takes action over Harold's gramophone. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From September 1966.

Albert takes action over Harold's gramophone.

Albert takes action over Harold's gramophone. From September 1966.

0113The Bonds That Bind Us1966092520100524 (BBC7)
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Loaded Albert brings home a young gold digger. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

After a win on the premium bonds, Albert starts splashing the cash and brings home a young gold digger.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Yootha Joyce as Madge.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in September 1966.

0113 LASTThe Bonds That Bind Us1966092520100524 (BBC7)
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Loaded Albert brings home a young gold digger. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Loaded Albert brings home a young gold digger. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From September 1966.

Loaded Albert brings home a young gold digger.

Loaded Albert brings home a young gold digger. Adapted from TV. From September 1966.

0201The Siege Of Steptoe Street1967061120100719 (BBC7)
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Albert and Harold's creditors arrive for payment. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert and Harold are besieged by all their creditors demanding money.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Robert Dorning as Mr Stacey the butcher

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1967.

Albert and Harold's creditors arrive for payment. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1967.

Albert and Harold's creditors arrive for payment.

Albert and Harold's creditors arrive for payment. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

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Old soldier Albert is keen to revisit Flanders.

Old soldier Albert is eager to revisit the World War One battlefields of Flanders, but Harold's in the mood to mock.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1967.

Old soldier Albert is keen to revisit Flanders. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Old soldier Albert is eager to revisit Flanders. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1967.

Old soldier Albert's keen to revisit Flanders.

With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

From June 1967.

Albert just wants to see Flanders one more time.

Classic comedy from the rag and bone odd couple, first heard in June 1967.

Episode 3 of 35.

Classic comedy from Galton and Simpson in this 1967 episode of the rag and bone odd couple..

Old soldier Albert is eager to revisit Flanders.

0203The Wooden Overcoats1967062520031209 (BBC7)
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Two coffins lead to a burst of superstition.

Trouble ensues when Harold brings home coffins on the cart, sparking a burst of manic superstition from Albert.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in June 1967.

Two coffins lead to a burst of superstition. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Two coffins lead to a burst of manic superstition. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1967.

Harold plans to travel the world, so Albert goes into a home.

But the future holds surprises for them both.

From July 1967.

Episode 4 of 35.

With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Two coffins lead to a burst of manic superstition.

Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

From June 1967.

0204Sunday For Seven Days1967070220100721 (BBC7)
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Harold regrets taking Albert to the cinema.

Harold lives to regret taking his dad Albert to the cinema.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Peter Hawkins and Nigel Clayton.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1967.

Harold regrets taking Albert to the cinema. From July 1967.

Harold regrets taking Albert to the cinema. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

0205The Piano1967070920100722 (BBC7)
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Harold battles with a piano in a top-floor flat. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold and Albert strike the wrong chord with a grand piano in a top-floor flat.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Brian Oulton.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1967.

Harold battles with a piano in a top-floor flat. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1967.

Harold battles with a piano in a top floor flat.

0206My Old Man's A Tory1967071620100723 (BBC7)
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Angry Albert disrupts Harold's Labour party meeting.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Dudley Foster as Stonelake and Beth Boyd as Miss Frobisher.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1967.

Angry Albert disrupts Harold's Labour party meeting. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1967.

Angry Albert disrupts Harold's Labour party meeting. From July 1967.

0207Homes Fit For Heroes1967072320031209 (BBC7)
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Harold and Albert quarrel over his plans to travel.

Harold quarrels with his Dad Albert over his plan to pack him off to travel the world.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Marie Makino as Miss Lottersby and Olwen Brookes as the Matron.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1967.

Harold and Albert quarrel over his plans to travel. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold and Albert quarrel over his plans to travel. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1967.

Harold and Albert quarrel over his plans to travel. From July 1967.

Harold bickers with Albert over his plans to travel.

Harold plans to travel the world, so Albert goes into a home.

But the future holds surprises for both of them.

0208Crossed Swords1967073020071211 (BBC7)
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Excited Harold lets greed get the better of him.

After a major find out on his rag and bone round, excited Harold lets greed get the better of him.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Derek Nimmo as The Shop Assistant and Michael MacLean as The Auctioneer.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in July 1967.

0208 LASTCrossed Swords1967073020031216 (BBC7)
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Excited Harold lets greed get the better of him. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Excited Harold lets greed get the better of him. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From July 1967.

Excited Harold lets greed get the better of him. With Wilfrid Brambell. From July 1967.

Harold and Albert think they have a genuine find on their hands, but Harold's greed gets the better of him.

0301A Death In The Family1971032120040127 (BBC7)
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Harold must break sad news to his father Albert. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold must break sad news to his father Albert. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1971.

: Harold must break sad news to his father, Albert. From March 1971.

Harold must break some sad news to Albert.

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Harold must break sad news to his father Albert. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Distraught Harold must break some sad news to his father, Albert.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1971.

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Albert introduces his fiancee to a surprised Harold. Adapted from TV.

Albert introduces his new fiancee to a very surprised Harold.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and June Whitfield as Daphne.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in March 1971.

Albert introduces his fiancee to a surprised Harold. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1971.

Albert introduces his fiancee to Harold. Adapted from TV, from March 1971.

Albert introduces his fiancee to Harold. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1971.

Albert introduces his fiancee to Harold.

Albert brings home his fiance to meet Harold.

0303Tea For Two1971040420030913 (BBC7)
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A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars for the rag and bone duo.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With John Rye and Edward Kelsey.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1971.

A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From April 1971.

A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars. From April 1971.

A by-election in Shepherd's Bush and there's war in the Steptoe household.

A Shepherd's Bush by-election causes party wars.

A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars.

From April 1971.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

0304Tb Or Not Tb1971041120031122 (BBC7)
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Sixty years of smoking takes its toll on Albert. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Sixty years of smoking takes its toll on Albert Steptoe.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Jo Manning Wilson as the Receptionist.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1971.

Sixty years of smoking takes its toll on Albert. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From April 1971.

Sixty years of smoking takes its toll on Albert. Adapted from TV. From April 1971.

Albert has been smoking for 60 years and Harold persuades them that they both need to go for x-rays.

Harold tries to convince Albert that they both need to go for x-rays, because he has been smoking for 60 years.

Albert is spring cleaning in Harold's room and breaks the porcelain.

What excuse can he come up with?

Albert has been smoking for 60 years and Harold persuades him that they both need to go for x-rays.

Albert has been smoking for sixty years and Harold persuades him that they both need to go for X-rays.

Albert has been smoking for sixty years and Harold persuades them that they both need to go for X-Rays.

First broadcast in April 1971.

Sixty years of smoking takes its toll on Albert.

Adapted from TV.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

0305Without Prejudice1971041820040113 (BBC7)
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Harold persuades Albert to leave their rag and bone yard to move out to suburbia.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Edward Kelsey, Garrard Green and Trevor Martin.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1971.

Harold persuades Albert to move out to suburbia. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold persuades Albert to move out to suburbia. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From April 1971.

Harold persuades Albert to move out to suburbia. Adapted from TV. From April 1971.

Harold decides to leave Shepherd's Bush for suburbia and a golf course.

Will they fit in?

0306Cuckoo In The Nest1971042520040120 (BBC7)
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Harold is shocked to meet his older half-brother. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold Steptoe is shocked to meet his older half-brother from Australia.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Kenneth J Warren as Arthur.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in April 1971.

Harold is shocked to meet his older half-brother. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From April 1971.

Harold is shocked to meet his older half-brother. From April 1971.

A stranger from Australia arrives and amidst all the lager, Harold discovers it's his half brother, Arthur.

0307Steptoe And Son And Son1971050220030913 (BBC7)
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A visitor brings Harold some unexpected news. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

A visitor brings Harold Steptoe some unexpected news.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Gwendolyn Watts and Richard Griffiths.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1971.

A visitor brings Harold some unexpected news. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From May 1971.

A visitor brings Harold some unexpected news.

0308Robbery With Violence1971050920080205 (BBC7)
20151112 (BBC7)

Albert lies to Harold after breaking his porcelain. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Terrified Albert lies to son Harold after accidentally breaking his treasured porcelain collection.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Gwendolyn Watts and Richard Griffiths.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Adapted for radio from Galton and Simpson's TV script by Gale Pedrick.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in May 1971.

0308 LASTRobbery With Violence1971050920031122 (BBC7)
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Albert lies to Harold after breaking his porcelain. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert lies to Harold after breaking his porcelain. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From May 1971.

Albert lies to Harold after breaking his porcelain.

Albert is spring cleaning in Harold's room and breaks the porcelain.

What excuse can he come up with?

From May 1971.

Episode 13 of 35.

Albert has been smoking for 60 years and Harold persuades him that they both need to go for x-rays.

From April 1971.

Albert has been smoking for sixty years and Harold persuades him that they both need to go for X-rays.

Albert has been smoking for sixty years and Harold persuades them that they both need to go for X-Rays.

First broadcast in April 1971.

Adapted from TV.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

0401Full House1972013020040217 (BBC7)
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Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in.

Card sharks fleece Harold Steptoe, so father Albert steps in.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Martin Friend, Douglas Blackwell and Michael Kilgarriff.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in January 1972.

Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From January 1972.

When Harold gets fleeced by card sharks, Albert comes to the rescue.

With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

From January 1972.

0402Is That Your Horse Outside?1972020620040224 (BBC7)
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Albert advises Harold on the art of seduction. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert Steptoe advises son Harold on the art of seduction.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Martin Friend, Douglas Blackwell and Michael Kilgarriff.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in February 1972.

Albert advises Harold on the art of seduction. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1972.

There's an art to seduction, and Albert's got some good advice on it for Harold, but will he listen?

As Harold attempts to take the cart out early Albert becomes suspicious of the way he is all dressed up.

Albert advises Harold on the art of seduction.

Adapted from TV.

From February 1972.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

0403The Lodger1972021320040302 (BBC7)
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Albert and Harold argue over their lack of cash. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert and Harold Steptoe argue over their lack of cash.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With William Eadie.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in February 1972.

Albert and Harold argue over their lack of cash. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1972.

Albert and Harold argue over their lack of cash.

As his father accuses him of being lazy Harold points out that there is a trade slump.

0404A Box In Town1972022020040309 (BBC7)
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20151212 (BBC7)

Albert hinders Harold's romantic endeavours. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert hinders son Harold's romantic endeavours.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Yootha Joyce, Katherine Parr and Sheila Grant.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in February 1972.

Albert hinders Harold's romantic endeavours. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1972.

Harold wants to spend some quality time with his girlfriend, but will he with Albert still awake?

Harold and Albert have had enough of each other but will their 'trial separation' work?

Albert hinders Harold's romantic endeavours.

Adapted from TV.

From February 1972.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Albert's laid up and poor Harold's overworked.

From February 1976.

0405The Three Feathers1972022720040316 (BBC7)
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Harold reckons a commode will make him rich. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Harold Steptoe is convinced a commode will make him rich.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Douglas Blackwell and Leslie Heritage

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in February 1972.

Harold reckons a commode will make him rich. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1972.

Harold buys an antique commode - convinced its former famous user will earn him a fortune!

0406The Colour Problem1972030520040323 (BBC7)
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20151224 (BBC7)

Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car.

Albert and Harold Steptoe argue over whether to buy a new TV or a car.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Jo Manning Wilson and William Bedle.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1972.

Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1972.

Rag and Bone men Albert and Harold argue over whether to buy a TV or a car.

Adapted from TV.

From March 1972.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Albert and Harold argue over buying a TV or a car. Adapted from TV. From March 1972.

0407And Afterwards At1972031220040330 (BBC7)
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Harold's wedding day doesn't quite go to plan. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

It's a big day for Harold. He's set to tie the knot! But Albert's not convinced.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Pat Coombes, Patricia Hayes, Margot Boyd, Edward Kelsey, Sheila Grant, Martin Friend and Katherine Parr.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1972.

Harold's wedding day doesn't quite go to plan. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1972.

Harold's marriage plans fall apart and he has to deal with his relatives.

Luckily dad is on hand to help.

It's Harold big day, but when his bride changes her mind at the altar Harold feels humiliated.

Luckily father Steptoe is on hand to help.

Harold's wedding day doesn't quite go to plan.

0408Any Old Iron?1972031920080401 (BBC7)
20160107 (BBC7)

Albert is concerned about an offer made to Harold. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert gets concerned about an offer made to Harold.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Richard Hurndall, John Samson and Stephanie Turner.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in March 1972.

0408 LASTAny Old Iron?1972031920040406 (BBC7)
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Albert is concerned about an offer made to Harold. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert is concerned about an offer made to Harold. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1972.

An antique dealer offers to set Harold up in his own shop.

Is he after more than a business partner?

Albert's concerned about an offer made to Harold.

0501The Desperate Hours1974052620030920 (BBC7)
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20160114 (BBC7)

Some unwelcome visitors arrive. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Leonard Rossiter

Some unwelcome visitors arrive. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell, Harry H Corbett and Leonard Rossiter. From May 1974.

The Steptoes have a surprise visit when two armed robbers escape from prison.

From May 1974.

Some unwelcome visitors arrive.

With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell, Harry H Corbett and Leonard Rossiter.

Some unwelcome visitors arrive. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From May 1974.

0502Come Dancing1974060220040420 (BBC7)
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Albert helps son Harold to conquer the ballroom. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

Albert sets out to help son Harold to conquer his fear of ballroom dancing.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Clifford Norgate as the Milkman.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1974.

Albert helps son Harold to conquer the ballroom. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1974.

Albert helps son Harold to conquer the ballroom.

0503A Star Is Born1974060920040427 (BBC7)
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Harold falls for his drama society's leading lady.

Harold falls for the leading lady from his drama society - and Albert makes an entrance.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert, Harry H Corbett as Harold and Trevor Bannister as Rupert. With Jo Manning Wilson, Michael McClain and Nicolette MacKenzie.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in June 1974.

Harold falls for his drama society's leading lady. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1974.

Harold gets involved with the local dramatic society and falls for the leading lady.

Adapted from TV.

From June 1974.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Harold falls for his drama society's leading lady. Adapted from TV. From June 1974.

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Harold wants a holiday but without his father Albert. Adapted from TV with Harry H Corbett

Harold admits he's planning a holiday - but without his dad Albert.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1974.

Harold wants a holiday but without his father Albert. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1974.

Harold wants a holiday, but will Albert let him go alone? Adapted from the TV script by Galton and Simpson in 1974.

Harold wants a holiday without Albert, but will Albert let him go alone?

Harold wants a holiday but without his father Albert.

Adapted from TV.

From June 1974.

Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Harold wants a holiday but without his father Albert. Adapted from TV. From June 1974.

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Albert and Harold set out to buy the yard's freehold. Adapted from TV with Harry H Corbett

Albert and Harold set out to buy their rag and bone yard's freehold.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Norman Bird, Jeanne Cook and Michael McClain.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1974.

Albert and Harold set out to buy the yard's freehold. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1974.

Albert discovers that Monopoly and life are not quite the same thing when he tries to buy their yard.

The rag and bone men discover that Monopoly and life are not quite the same thing when they try to buy their yard.

Albert and Harold set out to buy the yard's freehold.

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Albert butts in on Harold's church magazine article. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell

Albert butts in on Harold's church magazine article. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From June 1974.

Albert butts in on Harold's church magazine article.

Harold is pleased when the vicar asks him to write an article for the church magazine but will Albert spoil it?

Albert butts in on Harold's church magazine article. Adapted from TV. From June 1974.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Anthony Sharp as the Vicar.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in June 1974.

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Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell.

Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Graham Stark, Margot Boyd and Jo Manning Wilson.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in February 1976.

Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1976.

The rag and bone men argue over joining the local tennis club, and Harold sleepwalks with murder in mind.

Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright. Adapted from TV. From February 1976.

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The Steptoe family clash over the will at the funeral of Albert's brother, George.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With George A Cooper, Michael Burlington, David Graham, Anne Jameson, Norma Ronald and Marianne Stone.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in February 1976.

The family clash at Albert's brother's funeral. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

When Albert's eldest brother dies, the Steptoe clan unite for the funeral.

The family clash at Albert's brother's funeral. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1976.

0603Live Now, P A Y E Later1976022220040608 (BBC7)
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The tax inspector catches up with Albert. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.

The tax inspector catches up with Albert Steptoe and son Harold is not impressed.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Michael Shannon, Peter Williams and Edward Kelsey.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in February 1976.

Old man Albert's been defrauding the Inland Revenue and the Tax Inspector comes to investigate!

Albert's been defrauding the Inland Revenue, so the tax inspector comes to investigate.

Comedy from 1976 with Wilfrid Brambell.

The tax inspector catches up with Albert. Adapted from TV. From February 1976.

The tax inspector catches up with Albert. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From February 1976.

0604Upstairs Downstairs, Upstairs Downstairs1976022920030715 (BBC7)
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Albert's laid up with a bad back leaving poor Harold overworked.

Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H Corbett as Harold. With Michael McClain.

Following the conclusion of their hugely successful association with Tony Hancock, writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote 10 pilots for the BBC TV's Comedy Playhouse in 1962. The Offer was set in a house with a yard full of junk, featuring the lives of rag and bone men Albert Steptoe and his son Harold and it was the spark for a run of 8 series for TV.

Written for TV and adapted for radio by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

Produced by Bobby Jaye

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 2 in February 1976.

Albert is laid up in bed, and Harold fears spending the rest of his life looking after him

Albert's laid up and poor Harold's overworked.

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Harold decides that buying a new bed is the only way he'll ever impress women.

Harold decides that buying a new bed is the only way he'll ever impress women. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

Harold decides that buying a new bed is the only way he'll ever impress women. Classic comedy adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

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Harold is aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell

Harold is aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

Harold collects a What the Butler Saw machine on his round, and its contents threaten to ruin his social standing.

Harold's aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'.

Adapted from TV.

From March 1976.

With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.

Harold's aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'. Adapted from TV. From March 1976.

Harold's aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'. Adapted from TV. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

0607The Seven Steptoerai1976032120030805 (BBC7)
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Albert's kung fu club tackles some extortionists.

Albert's kung fu club tackles some extortionists. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

When a local gangster tries to extort protection money from the Steptoes, Albert enlists the help of the over-65 Kung Fu Club.

When a local gangster tries to extort money from the Steptoes, Albert enlists the help of the over-65 Kung Fu club.

From 1976.

When a local gangster tries to extort money from the Steptoes, Albert enlists some help.

Albert's kung fu club tackles some extortionists. Adapted from TV. From March 1976.

0608 LASTSeance In A Wet Rag And Bone Yard1976032820030812 (BBC7)
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Sceptical Harold slams Albert's spiritualist claims.

Sceptical Harold slams Albert's spiritualist claims. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.

Harold's somewhat sceptical when Albert returns from a Spiritualist Meeting claiming he's been in touch with the dead.

Harold is sceptical when Albert contacts the dead. Adapted from TV. From March 1976.

Harold is sceptical when Albert contacts the dead. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. From March 1976.