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About this title

Storyline

Following on from Yes Minister, Jim Hacker is now Prime Minister and Sir Humphrey Appleby is Cabinet Secretary. Bernard is also along for the ride, as Hacker's personal secretary. As in their previous roles, their jobs often devolve into a battle of agendas, ideals, wills and wits between Hacker and Sir Humphrey.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 9, 1986

Also Known As: بله اقای وزیر, Bale Aghaye Nakhost Vazir |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (G), Germany (6) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

government
england
politics
prime minister

Company Credits

Production Co: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Cast

Myfanwy Talog
as Party Guest
Deborah Norton
as Dorothy Wainwright
Philip Blaine
as Cabinet Member
Donald Pickering
as Sir Richard Wharton
William Lawford
as UNESCO Representative
Sue Lawley
as Sue Lawley, TV News
Gwen Taylor
as Agnes Moorhouse
William Fox
as The Bursar of Ballie College
Brian Gwaspari
as David - Employment Secretary
David Rose
as Party Guest
Philip Anthony
as Cabinet Member
Michael Aldridge
as Geoffrey - Director General MI5
Michael Byrne
as Stanley Dudley, Employment Secretary
Diana Hoddinott
as Annie Hacker
Bill Wallis
as Leslie Potts - Minister for Sport
Carolyn Lyster
as Makeup Artist
Brian Hawksley
as Gerald - Chairman British Tobacco Group
Miranda Forbes
as Eileen Glosap/Secretary
Jerome Willis
as Neil, The Party Chairman
Martin Milman
as Party Guest
Richard Vernon
as Sir Desmond Glazebrook
John Normington
as Sir Norman Block
John Bird
as Simon Monk
Robert East
as Peter Gascoigne
Jonathan Adams
as Professor Marriott
Peter Cartwright
as Chief Whip/Geoffrey, Chief Whip
Paul Eddington
as James Hacker
Christopher Benjamin
as French Ambassador
Geoffrey Beevers
as Arts Minister
Clive Francis
as Luke
Victor Winding
as Policeman
Guy Standeven
as Master of Ceremonies
Jonathan Stephens
as Security
Alan Downer
as French President
David King
as Soviet Ambassador
Jamie Newall
as Reporter
Sadie Hamilton
as Reporter
Derek Fowlds
as Bernard Woolley
Barry Stanton
as Malcolm Warren - Press Office/Malcolm Warren - Press Secretary
Ronald Hines
as Ronny - Foreign Secretary
Tom Bowles
as Reporter
Nigel Hawthorne
as Sir Humphrey Appleby
David de Keyser
as Israeli Ambassador
Ronnie Stevens
as Peter Harding
Frank Middlemass
as The Master of Ballie College
Jeffry Wickham
as Solicitor General
Antony Carrick
as Bill Pritchard
Denis Lill
as Derek Burnham
Martin Muncaster
as Newscaster
Ludovic Kennedy
as Ludovic Kennedy
David Conville
as Cabinet Member
Frederick Treves
as Chief of Defence Staff/Guy Howard, Chief of Defence Staff
Geoffrey Drew
as Radio 3 Producer
Peter Cellier
as Sir Frank Gordon, Permanent Secretary of the Treasury
Oscar Quitak
as Chief Scientific Advisor
Raymond Brody
as Arab Delegate
Clive Merrison
as Dr. Peter Thorn - Minister of State at the DHSS
Michael Shallard
as Reporter
John Barron
as Sir Ian Whitworth - DHSS Secretary
Louis Mahoney
as Burandan High Commissioner
David Glover
as Cabinet Member
Nicholas Courtney
as Police Commissioner
Bill Bailey
as US Vice-President
John Nettleton
as Sir Arnold Robinson
John Wells
as Godfrey - TV Producer
Geoffrey Cousins
as Cabinet Member
Mansel David
as Graham French
Hilary Field
as Cabinet Member

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2

Media

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Awards

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BAFTA Awards 1987

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Comedy Series

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Light Entertainment Performance

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Light Entertainment Performance

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 1987

Winner

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

Best Entertainment

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