All ten series plus the Christmas specials of the British sitcom that ran from 1972 to 1985.
The programme is set in the Grace Brothers clothing store where employees include bossy widow Mrs Betty Slocombe (Mollie Sugden), her young and attractive assistant Miss Shirley Brahms (Wendy Richard), the camp Mr Wilberforce Clayborne Humpries (John Inman) and the elderly Mr. Ernest Grainger (Arthur Brough). Series 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Dear Sexy Knickers', 'Our Figures Are Slipping', 'Camping In', 'His and Hers' and 'Diamonds Are a Man's Best Friend'.
Series 2 episodes are: 'The Clock', 'Cold Comfort', 'The Think Tank', 'Big Brother' and 'Hoorah for the Holidays'.
Series 3 episodes are: 'The Hand of Fate', 'Coffee Morning', 'Up Captain Peacock', 'Cold Store', 'Wedding Bells', 'German Week', 'Shoulder to Shoulder', 'New Look' and 'Christmas Crackers'.
Series 4 episodes are: 'No Sale', 'Top Hat and Tails', 'Forward Mr. Grainger', 'Fire Practice', 'Fifty Years On', 'Oh What a Tangled Web' and 'The Father Christmas Affair'.
Series 5 episodes are: 'Mrs. Slocombe Expects', 'A Change Is As Good As a Rest', 'Founder's Day', 'The Old Order Changes', 'Take-Over', 'Goodbye Mr. Grainger' and 'It Pays to Advertise'. Series 6 episodes are: 'By Appointment', 'The Club', 'Do You Take This Man?', 'Shedding the Load', 'A Bliss Girl' and 'Happy Returns'.
Series 7 episodes are: 'The Junior', 'Strong Stuff, This Insurance', 'The Apartment', 'Mrs. Slocombe, Senior Person', 'The Hero', 'Anything You Can Do', 'The Agent' and 'The Punch and Judy Affair'.
Series 8 episodes are: 'Is It Catching?', 'A Personal Problem', 'Front Page Story', 'Sit Out', 'Heir Apparent', 'Closed Circuit', 'The Erotic Dreams of Mrs. Slocombe' and 'Roots?'. Series 9 episodes are: 'The Sweet Smell of Success', 'Conduct Unbecoming', 'Memories Are Made of This', 'Calling All Customers', 'Monkey Business' and 'Lost and Found'.
Series 10 episodes are: 'Goodbye, Mrs. Slocombe', 'Grounds for Divorce', 'The Hold-Up', 'Gambling Fever', 'The Night Club', 'Friends and Neighbours' and 'The Pop Star'.