Yus, My Dear
|Yus, My Dear|
|Created by||Ronald Chesney
& Ronald Wolfe
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||2|
|No. of episodes||19|
|Running time||25 minutes (excluding adverts)|
|Original network||London Weekend Television|
|Original release||9 January – 28 November 1976|
Yus, My Dear is a British sitcom that ran for nineteen episodes over two series in 1976 featuring Arthur Mullard and Queenie Watts in the lead roles. It was written by Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe, and produced and directed by Stuart Allen for London Weekend Television. It was screened by the ITV network during 1976, and marked an early regular TV appearance of the comedian Mike Reid.
A sequel to Chesney and Wolfe's earlier series Romany Jones (1972–75), the characters Wally and Lily Briggs (Mullard and Watts) have left their caravan for a new life in a council house. The new series introduced Wally's brother Benny, the first acting role for the EastEnders and Snatch star Mike Reid of The Comedians fame.
The two series of six and thirteen episodes were released on Region 2 DVD by Network.
|The Complete Series 1||25 May 2009|
|The Complete Series 2||5 April 2010|