List of Steptoe and Son Episodes

List Of Steptoe And Son Episodes

This is an episode list of the British sitcom Steptoe and Son. All episodes were originally shown on what is now known as BBC One, although the station was simply called BBC Television until April 1964 when BBC2 began broadcasting (between the third and fourth series). Dates shown are the original broadcast dates. Series 1–4 were produced in black and white, and series 5–8 in colour. However, none of the series 5 episodes survived in colour, and not all of the series 6 episodes currently survive in colour.

Series 1–6 were produced and directed by Duncan Wood, series 7 by John Howard Davies (apart from "Divided We Stand" which was directed by David Croft as Davies was ill), the 1973 Christmas Special by Graeme Muir, and series 8 and 1974 Christmas Special by Douglas Argent. All episodes were written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. Series 7–8 are regularly repeated on Gold.

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