The four episodes include "The Smoke Screen", "The Ministerial Broadcast", "Official Secrets", and "A Conflict of Interest", in which Jim Hacker has reached No. 10, and Sir Humphrey Appleby puts a spanner in the mechanisms of government.
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"Uproariously funny." (Brian Walden)
"YES PRIME MINISTER 1"
COMPULSIVE LISTENING ONCE READ IT CALLS YOU BACK TO LISTEN OVER AND OVER IN CASE YOU MISSED SOMETHING.IT IS ALWAYS FRESH AND TOTALLY ABSORBING.
'Yes Minister' is as funny now as when it first came out. The actors timing and delivery are impeccable and no audio collection should be without them.
Comedy masterpiece - the characters and situations still bear relevance and are funny as ever. Great casting and acting also mean you can listen again and again even if you know the episode plots. I cherish them.
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