Is As Time Goes By the best British sitcom of the 90s?

The following is a podcast episode produced by Jamie Dyer, founder of Old Time Review. It is featured on this site as it has some relevance to the subject matter of this website. In this instance, the point of discussion features actors, writers and references which fall into the website’s remit.

In this episode of the Nineties ‘n’ Noughties UK podcast, Jamie and Andrea Dyer discuss the British sitcom As Time Goes By. ATGB starred Dame Judi Dench (A Fine Romance) and Geoffrey Palmer (Butterflies, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin) as two former lovers who find each other after decades apart. It ran on BBC television from 1992 until 2005; running for sixty-seven episodes over nine series and two specials. It was created by Colin Bostock-Smith and written by Bob Larbey (A Fine Romance). The rest of the cast also featured Moira Brooker, Philip Bretherton, Jenny Funnell, Joan Sims and Frank Middlemass.

Is this the best British sitcom of the 90s? Listen below:

Nineties ‘n’ Noughties UK is a podcast focused on the UK pop culture of the 90s and 00s, spanning film, television, radio and music. It is produced and hosted by Jamie Dyer, who devised the podcast in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. Previous guests have included Fred Dinenage (How, Meridian Tonight), Bill Homewood (The Adventure Game, Renford Rejects) and Simon Parkin (CBBC).

Jamie Dyer

Jamie Dyer is an experienced writer, broadcaster, musician and social media marketer. He enjoys Old Time Radio, vintage TV, collecting vinyl and supporting the New York Knicks.

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