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24 September 2014
Only Fools and Horses

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Writing Only Fools And Horses
Watch the video clip Q1. What were your influences behind OFAH? Geoff Malkin

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Q2. Did you think, when you first started, that OFAH and all its characters/actors would be enjoyed by millions across generations this far down the line? Richard Oakham

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Watch the video clip Q3. With over sixty episodes completed. Is it hard to gather new themes and ideas? Steve Holden

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Q4. I have got them all, but without a doubt I think the changing times of Political Correctness have stifled the raw Peckham boys' scope. Would you agree? Greg Muscat

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Watch the video clip Q5. When did you first get to realise the importance of making moments very poignant and then breaking it with a gag? Guy Richards

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Q6. How often did they actually improvise? Riaz Raashid

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Watch the video clip Q7. Do you consider OFAH to be your best writing work? If not then what is? Chris Robinson

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