Talking Pictures TV have been showing 80s series "Bognor" (based on novels by Tim Heald" in the early hours, and have started repeating it on Fridays in the early evening. The first story features both Patrick Troughton and Richard Hurndall.
You've missed the first episode, but I don't think either of them were in it. Basically, monastery sells honey at regular trade fairs in Communist countrys; British secret agent embedded to find out if somebody is smuggling state secrets out that way is murdered; another British agent (Simon Bognor) turns up pretending to be a policeman trying to solve the murder. Episode 2, enter Patrick Troughton as a friar who doesn't take his vows too seriously.
Apparently, the best way to judge two-metre social distancing is to imagine the size of a cow.
You know it would be strange to live life in a cage And only believe the things you see that are written on the page How easy would it be home in time for tea
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