List of As Time Goes By Episodes

List Of As Time Goes By Episodes

This is a list of episodes of the BBC sitcom As Time Goes By, starring Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer, broadcast between 12 January 1992 and 30 December 2005. All episodes were 30 minutes long unless otherwise stated.

Read more about List Of As Time Goes By EpisodesSeries One (1992), Series Two (1993), Series Three (1994), Series Four (1995), Series Five (1996), Series Six (1997), Series Seven (1998), Series Eight (2000), Series Nine (2002), Compilation Special (2002), The Reunion Special (2005)

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