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Very British Problems – 2015 to 2016 – Comedians and celebrities what makes the British so different from other nationalities. 

Vicar of Dibley – 1994 to 2015 – When the 100-year-old Vicar of Dibley is replaced by a woman, some villagers are less than pleased. 

Vicious – 2013 to 2016 – An elderly gay couple takes great pleasure in socializing and insulting each other. 

Village Hall – 1974 to 1975 – This anthology series focuses on what's happening in a village hall, and features early performances from actors like Zoë Wanamaker, Keith Clifford, Liz Smith, and Lesley Manville. 

W1A – 2014 to 2017 – This mockumentary-style show follows the new head of values at the BBC. 

Waiting for God – 1990 to 1994 – Two grumpy pensioners fall in love while biding their time in a retirement home. 

Wannabe – 2018 to present – A former pop star becomes a highly incompetent music manager. 

Warren – 2019 to present – Martin Clunes stars as a grumpy driving instructor living in a situation he's none too happy with. 

Wasted – 2016 – In a fictional West Country village, young slackers spend their days getting drunk and smoking marijuana on the premises of “Stoned Henge”, a souvenir shop and tattoo parlour.

Watching – 1987 to 1993 – This quirky comedy follows the romance between shy birdwatcher Malcolm and extrovert Brenda. 

White Gold – 2017 to 2018* (on hold due to sexual misconduct allegations) – This unique comedy is about a group of window salesmen in early 1980s Essex. 

Whites – 2010 – Alan Davies stars as a chef in a country hotel. 

Whoops Apocalypse – 1982 – This series takes a comedic look at the last week before the end of the world. 

Wild West – 2002 to 2004 – Two lesbians live in St. Gweep, exploring witchcraft and wife swapping. 

Witless – 2016 to present – Two young women are placed in witness protection after they see a murder. 

Year of the Rabbit – 2019 to present – This sitcom is set in Victorian London and focuses on boozehound DI Rabbit and his straight-laced partner.

Yes Minister – 1980 to 1984 – James is a Cabinet Minister who thinks he's finally in a position to get things done. 

Yes, Honestly – 1976 to 1977 – This sequel to No, Honestly saw Matthew Browne embarking on a relationship. 

Yes, Prime Minister – 1986 to 1988 – This follow-up to Yes Minister continues with the same cast but a new address on Downing Street.

Yes, Prime Minister – 2013 – This revival of the much-loved Yes Minister/Prime Minister series featured a new cast and an economic downturn. 

Yonderland – 2013 to 2016 – Bored housewife Debbie opens her cupboard to a magical land where she is the Chosen One. 

You Rang, M'Lord – 1988 to 1993 – This period comedy is set in the 1920s and follows a wealthy widower and his band of servants. 

You, Me, & Them – 2013 to 2015 – Anthony Head and Eve Myles star in this sitcom about an age gap romance. Lodge Retirement Home. 

Young, Gifted, & Broke – 1999 to 2001 – A group of teens with pretty much no hope for a better life work together in an electrics company. 

Your Cheatin' Heart – 1990 – This comedy takes a look at the country music scene in Scotland. 

Yus, My Dear – 1976 – This Romany Jones sequel shows Wally and Lily after leaving their caravan for a new life in a council house. 

Zapped – 2016 to present – A West London temp worker is accidentally transported to the fantasy world of Munty, where he is trapped.

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