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The programme was revived in , during a time when the BBC were reviving some of their more successful sitcoms from the s for colour production Steptoe and Son being an example. A contributory factor to this decision may have been that, since the ITV franchise changes of the summer of , ITV had paid a lot more attention to making sitcoms, particularly those featuring, and appealing to, the working class, which had previously been the preserve of the BBC during the s.
This can be attributed to as a direct effect of the popularity of Till Death Us Do Part, The Likely Lads and Steptoe and Son , which were the first sitcoms to truly depict the realities of working class life in Britain, and were not set in typical "middle-class sitcom suburbia".
In amongst these programmes, Till Death Us Do Part would not look as out of place as it did in the late s, particularly now as the show would be less topical bar some episodes but no less political or controversial as it had originally been. However, this was also the series' downfall, as viewers noted the increasingly less-topical plots and the satire was much less vicious than it had been in the s, with the style of the series in both series bearing little semblance to those transmitted in the late s.
Speight has put this down not only to reducing the pressures of working on a topical sitcom but also to his own personal declining interest in politics - which may be an explanation of why in Sickness and In Health was much less political and wasn't as vicious as its predecessor could be. Additionally, towards the end of the series Dandy Nichols fell ill and was unable to attend the live-audience recordings. So in a later episode Else was seen leaving for Australia, to Alf's dismay. Her scenes were recorded separately from the rest of the episodes. The plan was for Nichols to tape scenes from time to time set in Australia where she would phone Alf or Rita in 1—2 minute segments.
But only one episode featured such a scene and the idea was dropped as Nichols' health was poor. Patricia Hayes , who had been seen from time to time previously as next-door neighbour Min, became a starring character along with her husband Bert, previously played by Bill Maynard and now by Alfie Bass. The show's rating began to suffer and when it was clear Nichols was not returning as hoped by the writers, in , the series was dropped. The final episode saw Alf lose his job and receive a telegram from Else asking for a divorce. The programmes were recorded onto 2-inch Quadruplex videotape.
From to the show was transmitted in black and white. When the series returned in , it was transmitted in colour. The house seen in the opening and closing titles to the s episodes was located on Garnet Street in Wapping from where writer Johnny Speight took the Garnett family name.
This terrace was demolished in June for road widening which is why the street used in the film and the opening titles to the colour episodes do not match with the houses used in the original opening sequence. Subsequent to this, in the s, a terrace of newer multicoloured homes and an estate agents took the places of the terraced estate.
Most of the show's 26 episodes from series 1—3 that were videotaped in black and white and broadcast —68 no longer exist; they were wiped by the BBC during the late s and early s. In the long-lost episode "Alf's Dilemma" was found in a private collection on a minute 16mm telerecording. This is the episode featuring Garnett reading Mary Whitehouse's first book. The episode was rebroadcast in on UK Gold.
In August , two more black and white episodes, "In Sickness and in Health" and "State Visit", were returned by a film collector. Network's late complete DVD box set contains off-air audio recordings of what was then every missing episode. In autumn a copy of "Sex Before Marriage" was recovered. The master copy has been wiped; however, a home video recording is currently available to view at the National Media Museum Bradford.
Although Rita remained in the cast, Anthony Booth declined to return. Rita's son Michael was now a teenager and a punk rocker even though he was born in and therefore should only have been about nine or ten. The series was not a success and when Central Television were awarded the contract for the Midlands region from , it was decided that Till Death This took Alf and Else who was now in a wheelchair onward into old age, and some of Alf's more extreme opinions were found to have mellowed. Una Stubbs made some guest appearances but Anthony Booth apparently wasn't interested in reprising his role.
Eventually Mike and Rita divorced and Rita began dating a doctor. After the first series Dandy Nichols died, and so subsequent episodes showed Alf having to deal with life as a widower. The loss of Else and later, Rita as regulars in the cast meant that new characters had to be brought in as antagonists for Alf. These notably included his home help, Winston played by Eamonn Walker , who was both black and gay, and Alf's prim upstairs neighbour, Mrs Hollingberry played by Carmel McSharry , who eventually agreed to marry Alf.
In , Speight was warned about the use of racist language — and after discussion it was decided that Alf's racist language was to be discontinued and the character of Winston was to be written out.
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With such improvements helping update the basic concept, In Sickness and Health ran until In the Comedy Playhouse pilot, Alf's family name was 'Ramsey' but the BBC changed his name to Garnett for the subsequent series, not wishing to have a character with the same name as England's football World Cup winning manager. Two feature films were made based on the series — the first was Till Death Us Do Part , whose first half dealt with the younger Alf and Else during World War II, and whose second half dealt with all the Garnetts in the present day being moved from their East End slum to the new town of Hemel Hempstead , and the adjustments and changes that brought on the family.
It gave a nuanced glimpse of British life at the time. In the UK, Network previously released the first two colour series 4 and 5 on DVD, but these releases are no longer printed — the licence had since expired and rights have reverted to BBC Worldwide , who release their titles through 2 Entertain. The fourth series was available in the United States and Canada, having been released before the Network edition and featuring some title sequence variations. While the series is famous in the US as the inspiration for All in the Family , Norman Lear also drew on his family's relationships and added some differences:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Till Death In Sickness and in Health. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 25 April The Times. The episode is also known as "Pigeon Fancier", but the recording as broadcast contains no identifying caption. British Comedy Guide. Network Distributing. Archived from the original on 16 November Retrieved 6 December Works by Johnny Speight. Sykes and a Till Death Us Do Part.
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