All six episodes from the fourth season of the BBC comedy series written by Roy Clarke, in which miserly stuttering shopkeeper Arkwright (Ronnie Barker) employs his down-trodden nephew Granville (David Jason) in his grocery shop while attempting to woo the ample-bosomed Nurse Gladys Emmanuel (Lynda Baron). In 'Soulmate Wanted', Granville puts an ad in the personal column of the newspaper. In 'Horse-Trading', Arkwright offloads some useless clothes horses to a rival shopkeeper, and is distressed to see his rival turn a profit. In 'The Housekeeper Caper', Arkwright advertises for a housekeeper in order to make Gladys jealous. In 'The Errand Boy Executive', Granville becomes obsessed with a girl who works in a boutique, and tries to pretend that he owns Arkwright's shop. In 'Happy Birthday Arkwright', Arkwright is shocked to hear that a reviewer for the Good Shop Guide is in the area. Finally, in 'The Mystical Boudoir of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel', Arkwright tries to get into Gladys' bedroom, usnig chocolates and a ladder.
In the sitcom Open All Hours
, Arkwright (Ronnie Barker), a stuttering, stingy shopkeeper, is constantly scheming to get money out of his gullible customers. He teaches his nephew, Granville (David Jason), the exciting world of corner shops while pining for his object of affection, nurse Gladys Emmanuel (Lynda Baron). This collection includes episodes from the fourth season: "Soulmate", "Horse-Trading", 'The Housekeeper Caper', 'The Errand Boy Executive', 'Happy Birthday Arkwright' and "The Mystical Boudoir Of Nurse Gladys Emmanuel".