Yes Prime Minister, Series 1

Yes Prime Minister, Series 1

Yes, Prime Minister

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 1986-01-09
  • Episodes: 8
  • iTunes Price: GBP 9.99
8.45/10
8.45
From 80 Ratings

Description

Following his stout stand against the Eurosausage, James Hacker MP has hit the big time and ascended to the highest political office in the land. Now installed in Downing Street, he must quickly find his feet as Prime Minister. Fortunately for the country, his scheming adversary Sir Humphrey Appleby - now Cabinet Secretary - is more than willing to help him steer the unsteady ship of State through the perilous waters of government. Classic satirical comedy starring Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 The Grand Design 29:35 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
2 The Ministerial Broadcast 29:29 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
3 The Smoke Screen 29:32 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
4 The Key 29:27 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
5 A Real Partnership 29:59 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
6 A Victory for Democracy 30:16 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
7 The Bishop's Gambit 30:24 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
8 One of Us 29:34 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes

Reviews

  • Warning - iTunes have screwed up the meta data!

    4
    By Veeto
    Ooops! If you buy "Yes Minister" and "Yes Prime Minister" iTunes will mix series one of both together (and presumably series two the same but I haven't got that yet). Fairly easy mistake to make if you don't know the two series - either treat "Yes Minister" and "Yes Prime Minister" as separate programmes both starting with a series one or treat them both as one programme with "Yes Prime Minister" starting at series four. I thought I'd lost a series at first and had to go in and adjust the series info myself (just right click and select "Get Info") So an otherwise 5 star series loses a star to iTunes sloppy handling of meta data.
  • Just gets funnier

    5
    By Aaaaaaaargh
    References to many of the recently revisited political issues, such as MP's expenses and defence policies, make this even funnier today than it was originally. It just never seems to date.

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