- 'Someone's Trying To Kill Me' Duration: 00:36 A Watery Grave
- 'Hubble . . . You Forgot The Money' Duration: 00:48 The Royal Art of Blackmail
- 'Do You Know Where Cyprus Is?' Duration: 00:51 Bullets Over Broad Street
- Guy Hubble's Performance Review Duration: 00:33 The Siege of Blenheim Square
- 'I Believe You're Expecting Me' Duration: 00:45 The Limping Assassin
- The Royal Bodyguard Duration: 00:20
About The Royal Bodyguard
Sir David Jason stars in The Royal Bodyguard as Captain Guy Hubble an ex-guardsman who saw action in Cyprus and Northern Ireland.
Now Head of Security at Buckingham Palace car park, he is surprisingly appointed as Royal Bodyguard after saving the Queen's life in an act of bravery on the day of the State Opening of Parliament.
Hubble takes his new role very seriously but soon starts to upset foreign ambassadors, his colleagues and members of the public. He even manages to endanger Royal security repeatedly and on a colossal scale, yet somehow comes up smelling of roses every time.
Sir David says: "I am really enjoying working with the very talented producer Jimmy Mulville, and working on a great comedy project with the BBC. It's good to have a laugh again!"
The Royal Bodyguard also stars Timothy Bentinck, Geoffrey Whitehead and Tim Downie, and guest stars David Walliams.
The Royal Bodyguard is written by Justin Sbresni and Mark Bussell (The Worst Week Of My Life) and is a Hat Trick / Busby production.
Sir David Jason
Sir David John White, OBE, is better known by his stage name, David Jason. In a career spanning almost half a century, he will always be remembered for his iconic portrayal of Del Boy in the long-running BBC One sitcom Only Fools and Horses. Other high profile television roles include Granville in Open All Hours and Pop Larkin in The Darling Buds of May.
Sir David has since become well known for his drama work, including Detective Jack Frost in A Touch of Frost, and two adaptations of Terry Pratchett's fantasy novels, Hogfather and The Colour of Magic.
The Royal Bodyguard marks the 71-year-old's first comedy series for the BBC since Only Fools and Horses ended in 1991.
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