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Still Open All Hours season 1Still Open All Hours season 2→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:David Jason, James Baxter, Lynda Baron, Geoffrey Whitehead, Kulvinder Ghir, Tim Healy, Brigit Forsyth, Johnny Vegas, Maggie Ollerenshaw, Stephanie Cole Genre:Comedy Channel:BBC One Status:Continuing
Still Open All Hours season 1 episodes list:
In this special documentary, the history of classic sitcom Open All Hours is traced with contributions from the cast and crew and cameras go behind the scenes of the new episode of Still Open All Hours.
Granville is forced into taking extra security precautions for the shop's takings.
David Jason returns as Granville, who has inherited the famous corner shop from his beloved but miserly uncle Arkwright. Now running the business with his cheerful and good-looking son Leroy, Granville continues to serve the local community with a keen eye on a profit from some familiar and new faces. In this episode, Granville is determined to improve Gastric's image in order to matchmake him with Madge. His plans take an inspired turn when a salesman returns to town. Wet Eric is desperate to convince his wife it's going to rain but gets lured into a dangerous purchase. Meanwhile, Old Mr Bentinck never goes into the shop, so Granville finds a way to tempt him in to spend.
Romance is in the air as Granville continues to woo Mavis, Gastric needs more help with his love life and Leroy arouses jealousy. Meanwhile, Cyril is tempted by the latest workout craze, and Granville reveals his tip for preserving bacon.
Granville's big ambitions to open his very own coffee shop cause quite a stir in the neighbourhood. Mrs Dawlish, a snobbish local, pays a visit and can't believe such a corner shop still exists - can Granville find a clever way to make some money from her? Meanwhile, Eric has been left to look after his depressed brother-in-law all day.
Granville has bought a job lot of bargain stock but needs a clever plan to sell it all. A visiting salesman gives him a marketing idea. Meanwhile Eric is not getting on with his wife and seeks emergency romantic help from young Leroy.
David Jason is reprising his role of Granville who, alongside his son, now runs the back-water grocery store inherited from his uncle Albert Arkwright, played by Ronnie Barker in the original series.