High Hopes (2002– )
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Sitcom set and made in Wales. Fagin, a budding Welsh "entrepreneur" with a dodgy past, takes in two tear-aways as apprentices. The series follows their daily lives, relationships and workings in the Welsh valleys. Fagin's mum, with whom they all live, is the matriarch who keeps the boys in tow.
Richard "Fagin" Hepplewhite (Robert Blythe) is an agoraphobic ex-criminal who runs a business from his home in the Welsh valleys, after serving at Strangeways prison. He lives with his Mam, and two teenage tearaways called Charlie and Hoffman (Steve Meo and Ben Evans). Every week, they enter many scrapes, like stealing Tom Jones' first dickie-bow to finding a famous Welsh painting called Dafydd Ar y Twmp...
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