Barbara - The Complete Second Series  [DVD]
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Developed from a pilot screening in ITV's 1995 Comedy Firsts season, this acclaimed sitcom cast Gwen Taylor as Barbara Liversidge, a blunt-talking, heftily opinionated, advice-giving, occasionally ranting Yorkshirewoman. Sam Kelly (Porridge, 'Allo 'Allo) stars as Ted, Barbara's cab-driver husband of 35 years and a man who learned long ago to play second fiddle, while Sherrie Hewson (Coronation Street) is her nouveau-riche sister, Jean - victim of many a withering look and practised put-down. Mark Gatiss (The League of Gentlemen), Joanna Van Gyseghem (Duty Free), Jean Alexander and Roy Barraclough (Coronation Street), and singer and actress Julie Driscoll also appear in this second series, originally screened in 2000 and 2001.
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Overall, 28 Episodes have aired over 3 Series (29 including the pilot episode). This is Barbara's 2nd series.
The episodes are:
The Barbara series is a favorite, just good-natured humor that has me chuckling all through the program. The characters are portrayed well, and the writing keeps it fresh. Too bad there were only three seasons, but we take what we can get. I love Fawlty towers, and there were only about a dozen episodes of that, as I recall. Anyway, as far as I'm concerned, Britain leads the way in broadcast entertainment, but I am also seeing some very good shows emerging from Canada, too.
I recommend Barbara to those who haven't yet seen it, it is genuinely funny and entertaining.
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Excellent DVD which I purchased for myself and I love it, one the best DVD'S I have seen in a long time.Published on 14 July 2013 by Matt Pearson