Mind Your Language Classic TV Show
Situation-comedy set in an evening class in Britain teaching English to multi-cultural adult students.
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Mind Your Language Fan Tributes393 arooj fatima from pakistan: I love this show i never saw the original run sisnce i wasnt even born then but this is by far one of the best comedies and very very unique with memorable characters
392 Alo from India: I have really enjoyed watching the whole series of Mind Your Language. Hats off to all the character whether dead or alive and i know. there will be no series like this again. I miss all of them.
391 Jayesh from India: Its one of the best show I've seen. Complete entertainer & stressbuster.
I was searching for the actors and discovered Jeremy Brown is no more. Really sad for him. Also discovered that he was indeed an orphan as talked about in MYL episode. These guys made a wonderful team & must have enjoyed themselves too.
390 Irving from Tottenham: I'm watching all 29 episodes, one by one.
The theme tune is so evocative.
That ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba, so 70s, so good!
Fun Fun Fun!
Todays producers are too smarty pants and can't see how great this kind of thing is!
389 Robert Romans from South Africa: Fantastic show, have watched the repeats on TV over the years. One of the best comedy shows ever. Pity they couldn't have a new series with new actors....Fantastic show.
388 Reginald Massey FRSA from Llanidloes SY18 6JJ, Wales: I am the husband of Jamila Massey (Jamila Ranjha of MYL).
Jamila and I had great respect for Vince Powell, Stuart Allen and Barry Evans.
They were a magical trio. My friends in India tell me that MYL is currently being telecast in India. Jamila is still working and has just finished a stint on 'Hollyoaks'.
Thanks ~ Reg Massey
June 23, 2013
387 Nikki from Philly: Love this show...Glad it on the Internet!!!
386 jag from malaysia: Watched it when I was a kid growing up in 80s. One of the best comedies till today and nice to see so many remarks on his page.
Remarks were universal where all walks of culture could understand and comprehend its jokes but am sad that some people of it is no more. However they made a difference and salute them all.
385 Cheng from Penang, Malaysia: I watched this show in the 80s with my family every week. As a teenager, I couldn't grasp everything from the show. However, watching it again now, I can truly appreciate the scripts. I miss the humours back then. People are too serious and sensitive these days.
384 Marie from Canada: I always enjoyed watching this show when I was young and it's always been one of my favourites. Don't have a favourite cast member or episode because it's too hard to just pick one! I have enjoyed reading everyone's comments and it's good to know this show is loved by people of all ethnicities. Also great to read the comments by people with direct connections to the show. BTW, the Mind Your Language page has more comments on its tribute page than any other show on this website -- that in itself speaks to what a gem this show is! (Hope the people who decided to yank it off the air see this page.) RIP to cast and crew who have passed on.
383 Rachael Kibuku from Kenya: Wow what a show it used to be in the 90's on the only Kenyan national TV then. Now we watch it on DVD with my kids and cracks our ribs laughing on to the floor. However We are saddened to know that Mr Brown, Ali Nadim and Mr "Por Favor" are late. R.I.P.
382 Gopal from Bhutan: I din't realise that this episodes were telecasted way back in 1978/79. So much of fun and this is the best comedy series I had ever watched. I miss all the characters as the series comes to the end. It's just like separating from the classmates after finishing the college. Cheers and keep laughing.
381 anissa pane from Indonesia: I am a student who is interested in sociolinguistics and related subjects dealing with multicultural communities. I also take those fields as the focus of my study.
One of my friends who come from the same field showed me an episode of the first season of 'Mind your language'. I fell in love with this program suddenly. Since that time, I have always tried to watch each episode continuously. Never get bored with all episodes. I even search for the information about all the actors and the actresses. (*feel sorry too about what happened to Barry Evans). He's a sweet and talented actor.
In my opinion, these comedy series are smart and very entertaining. They give the audience knowledge too. :)
380 mahlape from lesotho: dont have the words to explain how much i just love this show. i can watch one episode for an entire year and it will still crack me up. this is how i found this page, i just wanted to know all about it. didnt realise it was this old
379 Chrissy Neal from Chrshire: Omg! Just talking to our 15 yr old daughter about TV when we were young and remembered this!!!! Absolute brill memories of childhood :) I'm 39 now x
378 S Kaphle from Nepal: This show was great, i used to watch it everyday on an Indian tv channel, i just got all the episodes on a dvd and i m watching it again.So sad that Mr Brown,Sid,Ali,Huan died.I Was so happy to see Chun su Li as The Killer chinese old Lady in Johnny English Reborn.Our Newspaper (The Himalayan times)once even did an interview with Ranjeet singh (Albert moses).
377 djanie from kumasi ghana: oh blimey! you are confusing me
376 Dheeraj Rayamajhi from Nepal: I recently finished 3 volumes of this superb classic comedy series MYL n I'm repeating it again! Never watched such an extremely hilarious comedy series before. The characters are wonderfully funny. Love them all. Sad to learn the death of Mr Brown, Ali, Sid n Juan. RIP!! Creators of this series are "plenty smart".
375 Debbie from India: Fantastic show. I really miss it and its humour.
374 Azmain from Bangladesh: Excellent acting, i miss all the characters a lot, I have been playing role of ranjeet Singh In our annual function. I've watched it a thousand times.
373 swathi angara from india: best tv show ever.miss mr brown,juan,ali,ranjeet,taro,max.had crush on barry (even now)R.I.P
372 Irwan Alif Shah from Malaysia: I grew up on a healthy diet of MYL every week... glad that fans took the initiative to post the shows on Youtube; u just can't get the show anymore on dvd or other form of media, I don't have any favorite character, i feel that all of the characters are contributing something personally to make the series wholesome & unique as a classic masterpiece, i just wish that hollywood or anybody would take the initiative to resurrect the show, showing that cultures can collide in a beautiful & lighthearted manner, without the meddling of shady politicians who tend to use the show as a ticket to play the racial stereotype card, which is not helping & rather irrelevant; not applicable in a world currently dominated by political strife... kudos to all involved in the production of MYL...
371 Sam from Townsville: Mind Your Language is a one of a kind comedy that I love watching over and over. The creators are " MASTERMINDS " to come up with this brilliant comedy and I take my hat off to all involved in making it.
370 Aniket Barve from Pune, India: The Last Series is still to be aired. Nobody has seen it. It's a fitting tribute to Mr Brown to air the Last Series or at least release it on DVD. Also no one yet has seen it so there is no link to the last series. If anyone has idea where it can be found please share it
369 Rodrigo from Mexico: I recently discovered this great show, it is helping me to improve my skills of hearing different types of English accents. It's very funny and useful for not native speakers
368 Sera Janine from Fiji: I just started watching Mind Your Language...and I tell you....I have never been so entertained by play on the English language. Awesome cast, great lines and it is simply awesome...I'm watching the episodes over and over again.
367 Neelam Asad from Pakistan: I born in 1987 and watched "mind ur langauge" in 2011.But still this sitcome has same popularity in our generation as it had in 1970s. Mr. Brown is my favourite character. Ali nadeem also performed as innocent Pakistani.I love when he says "O blimey" . Mr. brown was mind blowing, I felt very sorry when I read somewhere on internet that Mr.Brown and Ali nadeem died.(May Allah rest their souls in peace) I wish I would part of this multicultural class. I love " Mind ur language" That was a wonderful era free from racilaism.
366 Basharat ALi from Hunza, Pakistan: It's a wonderful sitcom and all the characters are marvelous... my favorite of all is Juan Crevatas but that doesn't mean i dont fancy others all of them are superb, Brown, Max, Juani, Ali Nadeem, Taro, Danial infact all....i really enjoyed watching all 29 episodes, but so sad that we can't get the episodes of Season four...it'll be great if they'll be released soon.
365 azagisnaba gilbert from ghana-bolgatanga: ghanaian though, but i enjoyed watching myl with my kid brother martin, where we share among selves characters such as ali and capello to stress on our grammer. sad to notice the death of mr.brown, ali and cervantes.
364 sami from saudi arabia: Mind Your Language can not forget that comedy show but i could not find season 4 any ware does anyone know where to download it or buy it from ??
363 ki from toronto: great show.. sad to hear about the untimely passing of Barry Evans, Dino Shafeek & others. Was watching series 1-3 episodes this past weekend..classic quality comedy that should be treasured.
362 Dannie Lim from Malaysia: Those were the days that we had a good laugh without all the "politically correct" nonsense like we do nowadays.
I can't believe the is such a crowd following this series all over the world!!!!
361 Mickey from O'Toole: A great show. They are playing it on local digital tv atm. I remember watching it as a young boy too.. many years ago :-)
360 Desmond Lewis from Dubai: I watched this show almost all of the episodes except the ones where Ali Nadim and Ranjeet Singh passed religious slurs. My Dad introduced me to it. I was barely 5 then but found it really funny. I even managed to record a few episodes on my sony betamax then. Lovely stuff, my wife and daughter love the stuff. God bless Barry evans and the whole team!!!
359 Matt Walters from USA: I loved this program as it was so innoceny yet so funny. The first 3 series can be found most anywhere - but can someone post here where to find the complete series 4?
358 Erika from Peru: One Indian friend Seema (Thank you Jee)passed it to me and I watched it along with my son (7 yrs.) he loves it! and I do as well.
Thanks to all the team that meade us laugh in a healthy enviroment!
357 Pedro R. from Madrid, Spain: I discovered this serie a year ago, and I have been watching it one hundred times at least since then. I agree with all of you, I can see not offence at all in it but pure healthy laughing at ourselves. I adore all the characters, but specially Mr Brown. He was always polite and kind with his students. My children are studing English Languaje as a foreign languaje, and they also love it.
My favourite chapter is the one in which Mr Brown is in the hospital and Juan phone to the nursery.
We felt very sad when we knew some of the people involved in MYL have left us, but I´m happy to know that many people of the cast are still with us.
Thank you very much indeed to make us laugh so much. And kisses to all the people of the World who also love MYL.
Por favor?, Good evening!.
356 Jose Otero Navarro from Peru: I love this program. In a brief, the best!!
355 rizwan naseem sheikh from khi PAKISTAN: 1ST I Salute the hole team of MYL this i saw when i was 11 on my country channel in 1986 ,
i realy love n i saw many times in my dream those girls ( Danielle n Ingrid ) still love them,
when i grow, my feelings n thinking change about the hole cast and i respect them all, i search many time to keep all the cast pictures n what they do b4 n after when i heard that i was shocked about the jolly good man ALI NADEEM n respected JERMY BROWN , TAROO N SID , (may god give them in heaven better place, AMEN) cos they give us joy happiness n laughing in our face they are true presenter .
i finished like 3 days b4 butt i dont know i started again to watch , it has something to keep laugh on our face .
politician should learn from them .
the hole MYL team are like family to me .
GOD BLESS ALL OF THEM.
354 Salman from Saudi Arabia: I watched this tv show when i was in Pakistan in my childhood. Recently say some ad and it reminded me of it. I searched on the internet and was able to download the whole series. BEST EVER ENGLISH COMEDY EVER FILMED. Interesting thing to observe that there are no mobile phones and internet in the whole series....
353 barbara wakley from plymouth: I loved this show back in the 70s, what a shame the politically correct killjoys have stopped repeats, there is nothing offensive here just good clean fun, its time these morons realised that laughter is the best tonic. I have just treated myself to the boxed set and it is just as hilarious 30 years on, thank heavens for dvds.
352 Dala from Nigeria: I watched MYL when i was a kid, then i didnt understand what they were saying but i enjoyed it! Now that i know what they are saying it only gets better. Thanks Mr Brown & Co may the souls of the departed rest in peace. Amen. Though gone, you guys will always grace my living room!!!
351 SHMU from Sri Lanka: The best comedy series ,I ever watched and enjoyed a lot , Thanks in advance to the all people who involved in this series, OLD IS GOLD.
350 Rizwana Barket from Pakistan: really enjoyable n i like it verrrrrrrry mch its a real source of learning as well as fun !!!!
349 Hugh Philip Kang from South Korea: I'm currently watching Mind Your Language through the Internet. I wish that South Korean broadcasting channels will broadcast classic BBC shows, although I enjoy watching Doctor Who. ^^
348 hasnain hyder zardari from pakistan: i love dis programe becus different nationals studying together
347 India from India: A Friend of mine gave me the Vol-1, Vol-2 and i downloaded 3, 4 from Net.
This is a Great show i give 10/10.........
346 subhadeep from india: This is one of the best sitcoms ever! I was born in 1986 when the series ended but I have downloaded and seen them innumerable times.
345 Billy Lum from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: My whole family watched MYL till we cried when i was 10 or so. So much fun! That's classic British comedy for you. Today, my kids are watching Mr. Brown and his bunch of colourful personalities create the comedy mayhem - they cried too (from twisted stomach muscles from too much laffs). Oh! Blimey - that's bloody brilliant. Thank you, MYL.
344 daniel from singapore: excellent show is till watch it although in singapore we're still showing old reruns of season 1 lol.i think okto(the channel they're showing it in)never got to season 4:D still love this show:)
343 Ahsan from pakistan: i'm addicted to this unforgetable sitcom. especially the act of dino shafeek and barry evans.
342 Elias from jerusalem israel: only recently I discovered MYL on Youtube and all my family is addicted to this superb show. In the 70s as a kid me and my sister never skiped an episode. Today the show is more vivid and relevant in order to educate the new generation . THANK YOU for all this!
341 Cory Shubert from Minnesota- USA: Mind Your Language was one of a few BBC programs that I was found of in college in 1979. To find it years later and learn about where they all are now and to relive those shows... well, it is magical.
340 Mona Law from Malaysia: MYL is a true classic comedy which i enjoyed during my childhood. Grew up watching it and the jokes never fail.
Agreed, it's really the only ONE in a million.
339 Ali Raza from Pakistan: Hello,
No doubt somethings were discussed was hurting for people, but excluding these this show showed the true scene of our life.
Greatest funniest Show i ever seen.
sorry for Mr. Ali and Mr. Brown who are not with us.
338 Geraldine Powell from UK: Vince Powell, my late husband, was a prolific scriptwriter. He wrote Mind Your Language. He was a kind lovable man, he loved people and he appreciated the absurdities of the English language. That's the basis of the show. He also co-wrote Love They Neighbour with Harry Driver. This was based on the absurd prejudices of the English who, at the time, did not like the prospect of having a neighbour who was not white Anglo-Saxon. Amongst other things, the English were concerned that the value of their own houses would decrease. Vince Powell died on 13 July 2009 and is very much missed by his family and his wide circle of friends (many of whom are of "foreign" origin). Thankfully at the end of 2008 he completed and published his autobiography "From Rags to Gags". It's an ejoyable and uplifting read whatever your nationality.
Be kind to your family and frirends and be at peace with others.
(Mrs) Geraldine Powell
337 VINCI from INDIA: This is the most funniest show i have ever watched...all the charecters have acted extremely well...i have already watched all the episodes of the series but i still watch it again and again and trust me,i love it more and more i watch it...this series is just not a fun making series but it teaches u lot of things as well....hats off to all the people involved with the show....santa maria...
336 jinkou from china: even though I can't fully understand what they say without caption , I keep laughing all the time! Just to hear them speking is so amusing. And Chen Su Lee performed perfectly because people in China in the 1970s are just like this,crazy for chairman mao ...
335 murtaza from india: i had just watched this show a few days back........and when i wrote about mr brown on wikipedia i was totaly shocked to see that he was dead and also ali nadeem and taro and sid ...........rip.. love this show ....these guys are true legend ......okee cokeee
334 sammy muneene from kenya: hi big men of comedy. watching you is the best thing that i do every time.you make laugh all the way, from the start of Jolly Good, down to a thousand apologies via santa maria to por favor. i just like it. Mr. Brown; you've got something to do
333 shiva taparia from faridabad, india: The only show which has contributed catch phrases like - Santa Maria, Okey Dokey, A thousand Apologies, O Blimy, Squeeze Me Please, Professorie, and- Por Favor. Though not being quite accurate as regards the Nationalities of Jumila and Ranjit, it it undoubtably the BEST TV SHOW ever, I did in my college and still recommend it to everyone. Rest in Peace, all the persons connected with the show who are not with us now, and THANK YOU , all who are present and are reading this, for bringing such pure joy and laughter in our lives....A Thousand Apologies for not thanking you earlier...
332 Ali from USA: I never saw this till last week. I was very please with it that finished all the episodes except season 4 in a week. I am very sorry that I found out Ali Nadim (Dino Shafeek), and professore (Barry Evans) and Robert Lee are not alive, all rest in peace. I watched many sitcoms such as Black books, ... but I am very much in-love with this sitcom. Unfortunately, politics (politicians) and conservatives are not leaving any space for satire in our life anymore nowadays.
Do not forget the MYL team for ever.
To remember them
Ranjeet: What did he say?
Ali: He's called you a jolly chapatti!
Ali:I give you bunch of fingers!
331 hossam from egypt: it drive me to the best moments of my life my childhood in kuwait state
330 mohamad jad doughan from lebanon: one of the greatest tv comedy show, based on the multiculture's gathering idea, drawn by the funniest way, very good job!
329 Liyana Lee from Malaysia: i was and am addicted to MYL ever since my parents (who used to study in the UK) introduced the series to us three siblings. too bad we dun have good comedies like this anymore :(
328 weere from uganda: the best writer,and class composition,
best clips...what is this(milk)? cow juice(juan) ,,where do we get milk from? ,,from the milk man (jaun)
only got 14 episodes after 3 months search,find me more...
327 SanChandana from Kurunegala, Sri Lanka: Awesome..! Excellent work indeed! love to watch again n again...
326 Sandra from Chertsey: My great auntie is Iris Sadler who played Gladys the tea lady, what a great person and what a great series, such a waste not to have it on tv. too much political correctness gone mad, i didnt find it racist at all and if any one did, then where is their sense of humour!!! it was all just innocent fun and what great laughs all just innocent, not meaning any harm or offence to anyone . . long live Mind Your Language !!!!
325 Abid Ali from Pakistan: Ths is the only english drama that I ever watched and liked it more than anything else. I like it really. The two characters that I love and who really performed well are Mr Brown & Ali Nadim.
I pay tribute to the whole team and other
characters as well.
324 Halima Jamil from Dhaka, Bangladesh: This my most favorite series I have ever seen. I love to enjoy it. This series had made before I was born, but You know I love it rather than any other shows. I love every character, included Miss. Courtney! ha ha........
323 anisa from from pakistan now in Canad: This program was soooooooo hilarious we just love every bit of it. each and every character lives in our heart. they look like a family member to us. I used to watch them when I was a young girl. Now my children love it too. Just yesterday we finished watching the whole classic episode just in one weeks time. Believe me our house was rocking with laughter. Our hearts feel grieved for loosing some of these gems.
I liked and enjoyed each and every comment here on this site. It is like as if they are conveying my sentiments. ahhh..Those were the days!!!!!
simple people simple matters simple interests.
I wish world would be as sincere again.Amen
It was first ever multicultural sitcom free of any discrimination ,race color, culture or creed
I salute the writer too.
On the atmosphere of the show I wish the world was eternal
322 ZULFIQAR HUSSAIN from PAKISTAN: This series is absolute rocking - best sitcom I had ever seen.
321 Justin O'Toole from Australia: Barry Evans champ you were a good actor dead too soon. Barry chief rest in peace. If we had more actors like Barry Evans the
shows we watch would be great not crap!
320 Zulkifli from Brunei: MYL, to me is by far the best TV comedy series ever produced !!! It brings back memories during my student's days in the UK !!! Just managed to find the series on DVD and I
must admit I have watched the series many time over since. Salute to Vince Powell and also Barry Evans and his team for the excellent show !! The series must have had made a lot of people old and young all over the world happy !!! Sad to hear that Jeremy Brown, Ali and sid had passed away. May God bless them all....Amin/Ameen. Zulkifli Brunei Darussalam
319 Altaf from India (now in Dubai): This is Really Fantastic and Wonderful Comedy Series. Pity is that the Lead Mr. Brown (B. Evans) is no more and besides its a tragic end for a wonderfully talented and gifted artist. May his Soul Rest in Peace. There is no eqivalent for this Masterpiece Series. Hats off to the Magnificient Cast and the Wonderful Team behind MYL.
318 ZIQQ from Singapore: i like mind your language.=)it makes me laugh all the time and i never get bored of the jokes they made. My favourite character is JUAN=)
To everybody:POR FAVOR!!?haha=)
317 FIQQ from Singapore: hahaa!mind ur language rocks!love s all the character!and yeah...my friends start caliin me ali nadim cos i impersonated him during class that time=).-OH BLIMEY!
316 Zahid from Pakistan: I grew up watching MYL & Love each n every moment of it.. WIsh there was more of it to watch but stupid racy allegations pretty much decided the fate.. Love each n every character of it.
315 siobhan eyers from engaland: i like the episode when they are locked in the classroom the cast are great
314 Khushwant Singh from India: Hi everyone,
I first saw Mind your language in 2008 and now i have bought show`s entire DVD.
I love this show very much. ANd I love daniel from france......
Every character is great.
A Tv Legend !
313 Thato Miss Tee Rams from Mahalapye-Botswana: i loved the part when giovanni was asked whats his occupation and he said "im a cook'tha!" i cook'tha spaghetti, lasagna.....haha...wow i feel bad abt the cast membrs who passed away.... mind your language was my favorite comedy when i was growin up i loved watchin it with my dad!!!!
312 Margaret Achieng from Kenyan now living in UK: This prgram remids me of the 80s when i was in college . we used to repeat some of the phraces to make life bareble. i,m buying all the dvs for my son and grandchildren. as teacher i enjoy hearing how mothertongue affects pronouncetions in all second languages. I,m sure my ppl would have said suwa s=sh & sh=s. R.i.p Mr Blown ,Ali & Sid
311 Nikky Kesah Mmuso Keosi from Gaborone-gabane,Botswana: "Democlatic Lepublic of China".....i always laugh every time i watch mind yr language and i hear this lady trying to pronouce "Rrrrrrr's".....otherwise the comedy keeps me and my family especilally my little sister Chipo going!.....keep up the good work guys we still love u......bye!...
310 wyl from malaysia: I have watched many of the episodes countless times and each episode I learn something new in English. Eg, "i" comes before "e" except after "c".
309 Nyakundi Charltine from Nairobi,Kenya: Oh blimey;jolly good;okey-dokey;ah!soh;por favor;etc are some of the remarks that makes me sick with thoughts of MYL.Am perturbed by the deaths of Ali Nadeem,Sidney,Mr.Brown. Surely no one can be like these great heroes and heroines in their work.Even though i was born during its time of shooting,i've come to like it as if it was produced yesterday.Bravo all for the good work. For the departed,RIP. For the living, please try to redo the entire episodes with the help of young guys so that you can also tap some talents wasted elsewhere.
308 Charltine Nyakundi from Nairobi,Kenya: I always watch MYL though not live but in DVD. Am so sad by the demise of Ali, Sid and Mr.Brown. By the way is there anybody who knows the whereabouts of my best character Giovanni Cupello? Honestly these guys were and still are great pillars of comedy. No one can measure with their genre.May the souls of those who have departed rest in peace.Amen
307 gaurav from india: Very funny scene:
"Miss courtney Hadacre"says the new teacher shaking hands with Miss courtney
"Oh,I thought they were sending me a woman"says Miss courtney
Mrs Hadacre says"I am woman !"
306 gaurav from pune,india: I love Giovanni say "Santa maria"
and Juan say "Por Favore"
305 nikky kenosi from botsana,africa: i lyk this comedy and every member of my family likes it.....every time we watch it the room becomes so noisy that u cant imagine......i last watched mind your language on 23/08/09 and i felt good and i had fun.....NIKKY
304 Hassnain from Pakistan: just seen the show, legendary performances...sorry to hear abt barry evans,dino shafeek ...MYL rockssss
303 Hamid Naseer from Pakistan: I born in 1973 and i saw this lovely program in my childhoold. Now when i have watched all the episodes of this lovely program. No doubt it is the best program i ever seen on english learning. Very sad about the death of Mr. Brown.
302 Joe.F from Australia: One of the funniest shows ever made... Perfavor it always made the family laugh wish i could see series 4
301 Meena K Pradhan from from Singapore, now living In Australia: I love each and everyone of the characters. Each are funny in their own ways. I used to love it in my childhood. And now my children love them too. It`s a family comedy for us all.My favourites are Sid and Gladys in their Cockney accents. Love when Ali keep saying Hoi,Hoi,Hoi. My children love Juan who delivers every line with gusto. Mr Brown is handsome and naive. Ranjeet is pure comedian. Max and Giovanni both fashionable, charming and together are hilarious. Daniele the ever sexy one. Su Li and Jamilla, always feminine and serious but unintentionaly funny. And so are Anna and Taro in thier sternness add a different dimension to the sitcom. And last of all Miss Courney who is keeping up appearance of a headmistress. Thank you Vince Powell for delivering such a classic and playing around with words. Thank you.
300 Darshana from Sri Lanka: Mind Ur Language is a great classic British comedy series which I enjoyed very much. As I read some cast of the series has passed away. I hope they will rest in peace.
299 Diane Budhi from WEST MIDS: Love it, it's soooo funny it always gives me a good old belly laugh, my husband does a brilliant Giovani impression!
298 Asad ullah khan from Pakistan: once i saw this series on local channal PTV i was 14 at that time mu grand mother told me that i saw that movie when you was not born yet. I just want to say that it is very nice and desent funny movie i love all his character and very sad to hare about the death of Barry Evans (Mr Brown).
297 Judith Light from Brunei: I love Mind your Language. I used to watch it when I was a kid and laughing hilariously at everyone's crazy antics. One of our friends from a different class even did a drama based on the series for our drama contest (although we won it for ours). LOL! I sometimes pity Mr Brown for having to put up with them. I'd probably end up like the professor before him mentioned in the pilot episode! Now I have the whole series with me except Season 4 and laughing my head off over the episodes all over again. Long live Mind Your Language~!!!
296 craig from adelaide south australia: my compliments to LWT and the cast of MYL, what a great show, i remember watching it when originally broadcast and more recently have purchased series 1 and 2,what a laugh out loud comedy, pity no ones making comedy like this these days,to the cast thankyou for the laughter and good times, to everyone else, keep buying these dvds, keep the memory alive
295 Arie May Wibowo from Indonesia: MYL is a great serial TV show I ever watch. It's improving my english skill. And Barry Evans plays so cool and great! Unfortunately he dead in that way and situation... I'm his fans. This film tell me about friendship, eventhough we're different.
294 Mohamed from LIBUA: IT IS AN incredible show i 've ever never seen it before i recommondation every one who is n't in good mood to watch it then it will see what is going to happen amazing
293 Felix from Singapore: I love MYL! The production is unique as it involves different nationalities to learn English and the script is so funny. The actors and actresses may not speak fluent English, but they are certainly very good at learning English, from the way they memorised their English language scripts!
292 Hussain from Glasgow: Truly amazing!!! This is, one of the best comedy episode series I've came across in recent past. Though I was shocked, after exploring that it was initially telecasted back in 1977, the time, when I was not even born :), and its still so refreshing indeed. Classic piece of work.
291 Drew from Malaysia: This show has been my childhood comedy drama. Able to grab it recently, and it's pure, English, comedy classic. No comedies are made like this anymore, too bad.
Anyway, would surely miss Mr. Brown as the English teacher & all the old characters.
290 Manoj from India: I love this show so much.....Its a really great show.
Its very unfortunate that Mr. Evans had such an unhappy ending. May god bless him.
289 Devender Maheshwari from Umerkot: I liked the series very much and even today I watch some clips before I sleep a tremendous comedy. Hats off to Mind your language.
288 Lia from Singapore: The best thing about this show is how it taught me English in a very candid way. Well actually not just English, but common spoken words of other languages as well. Though a bit stereotyped, I think that there really is no differences in any races or cultures of the world. We could all live in peace if we try to understand one another. Heads up for MYL! Love this show!! One of the best TV Production ever!! IMHO!
287 Jess from Canada: Mind Your Language was the best comedy show I have ever seen in the world. Every time i watch it I feel so good. I just love that show. I felt so bad when i herd that he had died.He was my favourite character. This was the best show in the world!!!!!!!!!!!!
286 prodip bose from India: I would like express my sincere gratitude towards to the effort taken by the director to make such a film which make people laugh by any means
285 Rupak from India: Santa maria.. i was shocked to read what happened to Mr. Brown.
masterjee deserved better..
284 irson from italy: the best comedy series ever. please relise series 4 on dvd. PLEASE.
283 Muzammil Qayyum Khan from Afghanistan/Pakistan: I was quite young when this great show was being telecasted. A friend gave me some clips recently and all the memories of show revived. i had even searched for more episodes on DVD and then inter net, could not find any. Are there any links to down load some?
282 Jerry from Singapore: I love the series alot and wish this series could be repeated again 5 days a week at night. It really makes one laugh to release stress and tension at work.
281 Rajamohan from Singapore: True British classic. Pure entertainment at it's simplest form . RIP Barry Evans(Mr Brown),Tommy Godfrey (Sidney) ,Dino Shafeek (Ali).
280 rajesh from India: A serial which taught me to laugh and taught me no matter people belong from any caste,race, colour or country we can always laugh and live with everyone because it is not too hard to laugh. GOD bless everyone. Keep laughing....
279 Charmaine from Singapore: I love Mind Your Language. Every single actor is awesome & really natural. Super love Mr.Brown and Juan. R.I.P. Barry Evans.
278 darrenlimyk from singapore: MYL is the best show of all time! sadly Barry Evans died ...
277 Margaret Culmer from London: Mind your language was one of the best comedy shows I have ever seen.
Why not produce good programmses like that these days.
276 Safrock from Singapore: Mind Your Language is really the king of all comedies. No matter how many people in the say that it is the best show in the world, they are not lying. Glad that they are showing here in Singapore!!! Miss the cast of MYL....
275 abu from kuwait: I was 19 when MYL was shown on KTV back on the 70s, great memos and great show.
274 Edda from Singapore: Mind Your Language is one of the most humorous shows I've ever watched. Thanking OKTO for airing it or else I would have never known about it.
273 Hiran De Mel from Canada: Mind Your Language was a fantastic comedy that we all enjoyed watching without getting offended in any way. I do not think that a comedy of a similar nature will be possible in this era where people just wait for any opportunity to take offence and make an issue that they can blow it out of proportion.
272 Jeffrey Sim from Singapore: Mind Your Language is one of the BEST Comedy I ever watched. Its so funny!!
271 Zulqarnain from Singapore: I Like Mind Your Language Even Though I'm Currently 19 Yrs Old... I'm Glad That OKTO Is Airing The Series!!! Thanks!!! Anyway, All The Characters Are GREAT!!! Extremely Funny!!! It's A Pity Mr Brown Had Left Us... He Was The Focus Point Of The Series... God Bless Him... =)
270 qumash from singapore: i ilked ali nadim
269 Herman Jalil from Singapore: I still remember this show when i was growing up as a kid back in the 80's... it never failed to bring laughter to me and my mom as she was the person who introduce the show to me. Watching MYL bring back lots of memories from back in the old days. It just shows that sitcom nowadays just don't have the quality like what MYL potrays back then... Old School ROCKS!!! They are evergreen and up till now people still love watching it. Sad kids nowadays didn't get a chance to see it just like how we saw it back then.
268 Zuhairi from Singapore: I like it so much perhaps it was just aired in my country. Just 4 episodes. And I'm attracted to Danielle. She's hot during that time.
267 Faizal from Singapore: This show is truly an evergreen for me... I remembered fondly first watching it back when I was in Primary 3 in 1983. When it was aired again on Okto, I just couldn't wait to see it weekly so I watched it on YouTube! MYL brought back fond memories to me. It is a show that I can say an iconic sitcom of the 70s. Wonder what happened to the rest of the cast now...
266 hisham from lebanon: best serie i've ever seen. i wish i can meet some of the actors who still alive.... ' jolly good'
265 Josephine from Malaysia: I first watched this show on TV when I was only 6 or 7 years old and I remember how funny the show was. My family and I couldn't help laughing nonstop at the jokes. It was definitely one of the most hilarious shows I ever watched.
All the characters are fabulous. Great acting from all of them. They were naturals and I think they had fun saying their lines too. Those who haven't watched this show before have to watch it. It's that good!
264 Daniel Raj from India: Queen visit is the best i believe. specially I feel Ricadro M play an awesome role ... with a guy from Italy ... love this Show
263 Shubhangi Bhagat from Mumbai, India: MYL is the best sitcom i have ever seen. tho' there was a hinid version in india, but nothing to beat MYL. recently i bought a set of 5 dvds of MLY and i watch this very often. my nephews who are jsut 13 and 12 yrs old enjoy the series. sad to learn of the demise of mr brown, ali n sid.
262 Nadeeka from Colombo,Sri lanka.: I am proud to say that Mr.Ranjith Singh (Albert Moses) was born in Srilanka and I just came to know about that yesterday. My memories flies in to my childhood. When I started to watch MYL I was a little kid who didn't understand any English word.(I was only about 6 yrs old). I remember feeling very funny watching their acts. About 7 months ago suddenly I heared a music track which was very familier and I stopped to see what it was...(papapaa papapapaa pa pa pa pa...)(God bless Zee TV India) Oh...I began to remember what it was....The wonder was the memories of the whole stories came into my mind while I watch the every MYL show... The difference is I didn't understand wht they were saying in my childhood, and now I completely understand what they say... The most important thing is I had enjoyed a lot as well as I 'm enjoying it now....
Mind Your Language is the best comedy drama ever ..and no one can create such a drama ever..... I LOVE IT.. FOREVER...!!!
261 STEVENS KISAKA from UGANDA: MIND YOUR LANGUAGE, I just love it. It the grandie of comedy. May those who played in it and have since passed away RIP!!
260 SenoritaPakistan from Pakistan: I Simply Adore My Prosefori I wish I could see him in my real life & have a teacher like him But so sad and too bad My heart was broken when I came to know that he is no more in this World God Bless his Soul Ameen & Bless My Profesori I will love him Always
259 Derrick from Singapore: One of the best shows of it's time! Pity Mr Brown left us in those circumstances. Ingrid and Danielle still are hotties!
258 Dinesh Shivlani from DUbai: I just love MYL i first saw it in Nigeria in 1983-84 and still remember the characters and i saw all of them again on Youtube.com remids me my child hood ,I just love it, Oh Bligh me, i missed the Delhi papodams,...
257 Danny from Sierra Leone: Classic show, the best British TV comedy ever!! I'll always remember watching it as a kid on our national TV, early 80s I think. My favourite episode was Kill or Cure. RIP Shafeek, Godfrey and Evans.
256 KingZito from Malaysia: Oh my god!! This is one of the best tv series ever made! Nothing could even come close to it...just miss the old days of tv. Thanks Mr Brown for the fondest of memories!! Personally i love Ali n Sid :)
255 paul wiggin from burntwood uk: mind your language was one of the funniest sitcoms ever, i never tire of watching it andnever will, please someone release series 4
254 Ujjwal Krishna from London, United Kingdom: I love this show. Really shocked to hear of Mr. Brown, Ali and Sid's deaths. This is a sort of a show which can never be either re-created.
253 Michael Samuels from South Africa: I watched MYL in the 80's and loved it. I would like to tell Gomo Magas from South Africa that I managed to find the seasons at "Look and Listen DVD shop, its very much like Musica, and its like watching the episodes for the first time. Sara Alexander please ask your grandfather Ricardo Montez if he knows what happend to Zara Nutley. Oki Doki
252 Vijay Anand from India: Oh blimey !!! Simply superb !!! i never felt bored when i watched all the shows again & again in my dvd. All the credits goes to the director & his crew.... A thousand apoligies . forgot to mention the cast :) most of the credits goes to them either :)
251 Sumith from Sri Lanka: No words to express. The most wonderful sitcom I have ever ever watched. I first watched on TV when I was a kid. So much surprised to learn that it was filmed even before I was born. I love this show very much. I have all three seasons. excellent casting, specially Mr. Brown. Teas came to my eyes when I saw he was working as a driver and was dead. very charming character. all actors performed so well. shame on bloody critics and so-called elites who decided that the show was not politically good. I am an IT graduate as well as am studying law; therefore to my knowledge i can't see any harm intentional or not. I can't ever think we could see a nice show like that ever. I love MYL and its actors.
250 Julian Chin from Malaysia: Jolly good show! Watched it in primary school. Sweet memories and time.
249 Tony from Malaysia: Salute to Myl, i was introduced by my late father, he was the die hard fan. still i'd remember he used to stay up late just want to watch this show. it totally hillarous show. i love giovanni, still i'd remember when he dressed like mafia and mr brown's said "are u represent italy or the mafia?' he replied 'i represent cecilly'. it draws a big laugh for me and my brother. god bless Sid, Mr Brown and jely good Ali Nadim
248 Swaroop from India: Simply brilliant tv series, lively light hearted comedy, pity that we could not see more of these brilliant actors...
247 Fiona Chin from Malaysia: I remembered i watched Mind your language through my old tv broadcast at the local station. It was memorable moment share the laugh with my family. especially with mom and dad.
thank you mind your language!
246 Khairul from Singapore: I was a kid when i first watched this show. Mind Your Language rocks!!
245 Fiona D'Silva from UAE: i was so suprised to find out mind your language was done in da 70's ... i was so shocked too . i love the program so much . it is one of the best tv programs ever!!!
244 Shihab Aaqeel Daiyan from Puttalam, Sri Lanka: I jus love it.... It was one of the best comedy shows I have ever watched in ma life. The whole crew was a vintage.
243 madhura from india: i enjoyed this show a lot. good
242 Thiagu from Malaysia: What can i say to add a tribute to this marvelous shows?... Im just sad actually, that it was short lived and Barry Evans died after spending his last years as a cab driver. So the only way to conceal the sorrow is by enjoying the beauty of this short lived show all in its glory and appreciate the performance of these talented actors. God bless your soul Mr.Brown. po favor...
241 Clement from Malaysia: I would say that Mind Your Language is the funniest and greatest sitcom ever! I wish there will be a new version of Mind Your Language in the future. Too bad that Barry Evans is no longer here. R.I.P. Barry Evans...
240 James Seah Mien Lei from Singapore: This is truly the best sitcom ever produced. Simple yet true, absolutely hilarious. It bridges all cultural, religious and racial differences, the first show that creates so much laughter in a class/crew of such diverse backgrounds. I am a 79' baby, and I just thank my broadcasting for showing MYL 3 times in my life. It has brought me to tears, laughter and joy all these years. Made me love the English language more. To any of the MYL crew, "know that you have changed the world in one way or another"
239 Abo Azz from Indonesia: It is a jelly good show, I wasn't born when the show first aired. I enjoy the show! so creative. Hope that there will be new version of that soon.
238 bala from india: loved the serial a lot, funny, humorus, without being vulgar. sad to know that barry evans and dino shaffek are long by in such trajic circumstance, but their memories, faces,sense of humor and charisma still lives on through their work, they might be dead, but history has immortalized them through cinema. let their soul rest in peace
237 Naveen Sharma from India: Well this is classical the zeal in the serial is unmatched it gives me moments of true joy
236 Piyush from Pune,india: MYL has that touch of nostalgia for which i always crave. i remember watching it with my father back when i didn't even understand a lot of things in the sitcom. and today thanks to z-cafe i can relive those days. an amazing and hillarious piece of work:-)
235 james T from USA: Totally loved this show throughout. Still have the whole series..sad to hear that many of the actors died.. including Mr.Brown,Ali Nadim and a few other.. :(
234 Talo Rooke from Australia: I teach English to migrants and have just discovered this show. I love it and will show it to my students. It's hilarious, and makes me love my job even more - it's surprisingly close to life in a real-life classroom.
233 Jemma Chukunyere from U.K.: I used to love 'Mind Your Language'. My favourite episodes were the one where they all go to court because they had been a nuisance in public, and the one where the foreign student falls in love with Miss Courtney. Mr Brown was a real cutie; it's a pity the actor who played him was typecast, and I was sorry to hear that he had died. I couldn't stand miss Courtney, though - nosey parker! I also loved Danielle the Frenchgirl - she was my competition...hands off Mr. Brown.
The show was so popular in my native Nigeria, they made their own version 'Second Chance!', but of course, MYL was the best.
It may not be politically correct now, but I think it was OK for its time.
MYL, WE SALUTE YOU!
232 fayaz khan from goa: if you want to improve your english just listen to MR BROWN and MS COURTNEY, An epic series which will linger in our hearts forever. All offending remarks take a backseat to comedy. Imagine people created magic 40 years and now there's a serious dearth of it
231 Gomo Magas from South Africa: MYL is the best ever comedy I've ever watched. I saw it in South Africa in the late 80s. I have a tape of only 5 episodes and my 8 year son watches it every day before and after school. It's hillarious and educational. We were watching it this morning (11/6/2008) and it's sad for me to learn that Mr Brown, Sid and Ali has passed away. I could not wait to phone all my family and tell them the sad news as if it happened yesterday. If anyone can tell me where to find it in South Africa I'll be greatful.
230 Giulia from Italia: I've just discovered"Mind Your Language"and I can't get enough of it!Especially of handsome mister Brown!!!I feel like Danielle...'w' like WARM..'w' like WHEN..
and of course I'm a great fan of Giovanni!
229 Elegia from Brunei: Just want to say that Mind Your Language is British humour at its best! I just love the characters and I also got the DVD. I hope that it can be reshown again so that the younger generation will also have fun watching it.
228 Kevin Michael Turnbull from Liverpool: I really Loved the series and was crackers on Francoise Pascal and suppose still am the whole cast were so funny and the series still stands the test of time,
227 virinchi from INDIA: the very excellent and marvelous comedy show that i have never seen. this has a very brilliant comedy
226 Sha from Sri Lanka: I Loved the MYL when i was a kid.I brought the whole series recently. Sad that it had to be called off. It would have been great if they had continued. Love to see the crew on TV again. Hope we get to see them in an interveiw or some thing
225 Adam from Australia: This show is the best...not much more I can say. Other shows like please Sir! don't match to this hilarious show that is perfect....not much more i can say....just the fact i feel sorry a few members have passed away....
224 Michael from Australia: What a brilliant show. One of the best of all time. Glad it's having a bit of a revival. It's a real shame some of the cast members passed away before their time, especially to enjoy their new found popularity. I'll enjoy watching it for many more years to come. Love to all involved in making this series.
223 Sharon Woodley from South Africa: I remember thoroughly enjoying each & every moment of 'Mind Your Language'. I wish Hallmark or one of the other TV stations would air it again. It was hilarious!
222 Claudio Jofré from Santioago-CHILE: I knew about this series through YouTube. And being a teacher of English myself, it has been delight to watch the series, which I got on DVD.
221 Arjun from Manchester: Brilliant! Brilliant show! I've never laughed so much in my life as I did watching this show!
220 Sameer Mohamed from India: This is the best ever sitcom since television was invented!!! Some North American networks might disagree, but "Seinfeld" & "Friends" come only after MYL...I used to watch this in late 90's, 97-99 on Star Plus in UAE and my sister & myself never failed to cheer up after watching every episode :):):) RIP to Barry Evans & Dino Shafeek...
219 Enrique Bascur from Chile: When i came from Chile to start life in Australia.
i used to love watching MYL all the chararcters were really funny my favourite was "Juan Cervantes"
he had me in tears from laughter.
the director and the producer of the show were excellent!! i really miss the show!
does anybody kow where i can purchase the dvds of the show
218 sanjay shah from dubai: saw this program on one of my visits to india...on a channel called zee cafe,,,,totally loved it...hard to believe that this show was aired in during the 70's and that dino shafeek and barry evans passed away long time ago
217 Anselm de Pleave from Hastings, East Sussex: This is such a wonderful website to have found - I thought I was the only person to love this programme; I am an English teacher and teach people just like those in the programme - and truly wonderful they are too. As so many people have said already everyone is treated with fondness and it's great fun! What has happened to England that people are afraid of good clean fun!!
Hooray for MYL...
216 isham haldeen from sri lanka: Ths show started when i was a kid my whole family watched it. used 2 luv this show it was so funny. its a fantastic show. wish it was there now as wel..
215 usman from pakistan: porfabor...
o thousand of appologies..
214 daniel bascur from Chile: When i arrived to Australia in 1971 from Chile i used to behave like any character of MYL until my english improved enough to enjoy watching Mind your Language.I managed to taped a few then and at work my friends used to call me " Por Favor" due to my spanish background. A high mark to all actors and a very high mark to the Creator, Producer and Director, all together were Geniuses
213 Mohd Aidil from Singapore: I don't know what to say, but it's definitely a classic comedy that revolves around a group of of people from different races/religions that just turns into a family in an English class! Not a single thought of 'racism'! I just couldn't stop laughing at each character's catch phrase... ali's "oh blimey" or ranjeet's "thousand apologies", taro's "ah sou" and his bow as well as su lee's quotes from chairman mao... a timeless piece of work that' can be hardly found in today's context.
212 Ibrahim Ayyub from Lebanon: Loved this show when I watched it with my family in the 80's and 90's in Lebanon and bought them from Amazon.
Wife is from Mexico and she could relate with the students and found it just as hilarious as I did.
A classic and nice to see some of the actors still working too.
Great show and shame on those who think it's racist.
211 Helmi Fitri from Singapore: this is the best sitcom ive ever watch, seriously. my sister asked me to watch it at first. in the first minute of the first episode, i burst out laughing already. how not to like this!? and oh i just found out it was made more than a decade before i was born!
210 Goutham Kumar from India: Though I was not born when this show started, now I watch it daily at 11PM. Its really a good relief for me after that stress at my office. My day is incomplete without MYL.
I love all the characters. Especially the silly words like "Thousand Apologies", "O Blai me" (as per the pronunciation), "HO-K", "More the Good news and more the Bad news" have become part of my Language. I use them where ever possible and have good round of laughter.
I have started recommending people to watch this show.
209 MELCHIOR TELES from goa, india: I grew up viewing this programme 25 years ago and i loved it,. Today my son enjoys it very much. He keeps up late at night to watch MYL.
208 Shal from India: This is great comedy show, still I watch today.
All are Great actors in the MYL.
Thanks for Zee Cafe to launch this programme...
207 Dennis Orangi Obegi from Nairobi Kenya: I used to watch MYL in 1990s on our national tv broadcaster and ever since I have never stopped following it closely because it is funny and crazy!!!!!!!!
My favourite actors are, Giovani Capello and Ali Nadeem
206 Ramez from Jordan: Best comedy ever! Such fond memories watching them when I was a kid in the 70s. Very sad about Barry Evans.
205 Natalia from Spain: I think I'm the only Spanish in this tribute! I love Mind your language, i'm a languages teacher myself in Bristol, England, and lessons can be really funny! And just to say that I like them all but I can't help just loving Juan Cervantes... Un beso Señor Montez:)
204 NITIN from INDIA: The BEST ever and ever and ever,,,,,Comedy series i have eva seen ...cheers to the MYL crew ...thanks for makin us laugh...brown and ali...will still live wiv us 4eva
203 Ramnick Lal Verma from Malaysia: I truly miss watching all the characters. Highly entertaining where even till today it brings fond memories of the show! Double thumbs-up!!!
202 Phil Moagi from Johannesburg (South Afrtica): Mind your Language was the best sitcom I've ever seen, Can I buy a DVD in South Africa? please help!!!!
201 Rohan Jacob from Kerala, India: i used to watch this show when i was kid.. on the cassettes that my father brought.. i remember that even as a kid i used to watch them again and again... the comedy was hilarious.. and reading some of the situations mentioned here just split my stomach... simply hilarious... very sad to hear that barry (our very own Mr. Blown!!) died a lonely death... a man who is so dear to so many of us didnt deserve such a death....
long live MYL
200 Gregory Donner from USA: An excellent, fun show, and I've just bought the DVD set--worth every penny! It's timeless comedy just like "The Orchestra" was with Julian Chagrin (also shown in many countries). If we can't laugh at ourselves in this day and age, we're in very poor shape indeed.
199 Somveer from Punjab: there was someone here who said she was "Juan's" granddaughter. I would love to be able to meet him, if possible. He was such a brilliant actor.
198 aruna gunawardena from colombo sri lanka: mind your language was the best tv series that i have ever watched.I hope the director of MYL could give us another programme just best as MYL. Jolly good bye!
197 Prasanna Guneratne from Middlesex, UK: Mind you language was one of my favourite TV programs when i was a kid. I was lucky enough to see many programs while I was in Nigeria and Sri Lanka. Did you know that Ranjeet Singh (Albert Moses) is actually from SriLanka!
196 KS Nair from Malaysia: A wonderful programme it was. Colourful characters and I saw no racism in it. I use to stay up late to watch it. it is a pity we don't have shows like that anymore. It is sad to know that Mr.Brown passed away at a young age and in poverty.
195 Baby Mulan from Singapore: I watched the show on DVD and I just love it.
I hope Season 4 will be released on DVD soon.
194 Sisira Chandrasekera from Originally from Sri Lanka currently li: It was 1982 when Mind Your Language became the most popular comedy programme on Sri Lankan TV ITN. I was a technical assistant at that time working for the ITN, We used to receive the video tape in advance and I used to watch it over and over again before it was broadcast. I am very fortunate to meet our very own Sri Lankan Albert Moses who appeared as Ranjeeth Singh in London. I invited him for a lunch and even did a TV interview for the Sri Lankan national TV Rupavahini. Since then Albert ( Ranjeet Singh) became a very good friend of mine. He still lives in England and he appears on TV programmes such as Bill, Casualty like real life darama on British TV. He also appeared on 2 James Bond movies with Roger Moore in 70s. Albert Moses currently does TV programmes in Malta. He also has written many children story books. He has his own website on the internet you may contact him through. He is still very smart for his age. He spends lots of money for charities, he supports lots of home for children in Sri Lanka. He was born and bread in Kandy and late migrated to Africa where he worked there for many years and then moved to UK and worked at the City of London Polytechnic until early 90s. He has studied drama and learnt many languages.
Albert we all salute you, I am proud of you being Sri Lanka you brought fame to our country.
193 Arjun Kachru from Pune, India: I used to see this as a kid in the 90's but had totally forgotten about it until they started showing it again here in India. It's a classic, I'll never get tired of watching it - same nothing like it is produced these days. I'm also sad to know about Barry Evans (Mr Brown) death. He seemed like such a wonderful man.
192 Harry S. Anchan from Calgary, Canada: Thank God for the DVD! I am tired of the naysayers claiming it is 'politically incorrect' to broadcast this show nowadays. RUBBISH! Being originally from India, I believe I am qualified to defend the show as being nothing but good fun. People need to lighten up and laugh at themselves, in this case, it is more the idiosyncrasies of the English language ('sandwick with keese and kutney'). I mean, most nations are represented here; so, what is the point? Too many bleeding hearts, indeed? One of my most favorite British shows ever, apart from "Doctor in The House", and I watch them often. However, so heartbreaking Barry Evans had such a very sad end. He was too nice to deserve it. :(
191 George Mathew from India: my parents used to watch it
i used to see it
and now my bro sees it on tv
the thing is evergreen
wish it continued on and on
190 iyaz khan from Manchester,England: Best Comedy ever along with fools and Horses! I don't know why they think it was offending! Not at all! It was a classic comedy! Still wtching it on YouTube!! Bring beautiful past Memories!! Was very sad about Barry Evans Death! May His Soul Rest in peace!Amen!
189 Shailendra from Delhi, India: MYL is currently (Nov 2007) being aired on Zee Cafe in India (weekdays, at 7 pm and 11 pm). I really love the show. Sure, it stereotypes various nationalities and is politically incorrect so many times, it is a laugh riot nevertheless.
188 Ajit Dhot from: Great stuff. used to watch it with the family back in the day. we still do impressions of the show till today. wish people could learn to be less "politically correct" and just enjoy life the way it ought to be.
187 Richard from New Zealand: A classic comedy I loved to watch when I was a kid. Never gets played on TV here anymore because it's politically incorrect. :( But glad to see it on DVD and now my daughter is right into it!
186 benn from Kent England: Fantastic series and love the theme tune. Im afraid in todays Britain it would be frowned upon thank god im a child of yesterdays Britain!!
185 Leila from Jordan: Although this show is before my time i really love it. its funny and clean and it will never get old. share this show with ones you love. Its great.
184 Joevan Lim from Singapore: I have not seen this for a very long time. Now, after watching it on Youtube, it made me smile like I have never smiled before. Great sitcom, hilarious characters, side-splitting antics and humourous storyline. It is comedy at its best.
183 akash from cape town,south africa: an absolute stunner for a show that was made in the 70s. sad to find about barry evans' and shafeek's death but they will always make people laugh. never in my life have i seen so many cultures at one place trying to make people laugh. long live 'mind your language'.
182 Chandni Arora from New Delhi, India: It's a brilliant show especially the late Mr. Barry Evans. I just love him, Juan and Ali (RIP) although all the other characters are brilliant as well. To all the ones not in this world any more, RIP.
181 Ben Heng from Singapore: i've spent 23 yrs of my life not knowing there's a series called Mind Your Language... my God... it's just an incredible show, with incredible casts and plot... we'll truly not see another show as good as this... easily the funniest sitcom i've ever watched...BY FAR!!!
180 Irfan Karim from Nairobi, Kenya: I am addicted to MYL.. its the best show i have watched..my fav characters are definately juan and ali...teyre amazin..all these guys and girls who have wrote tributes, at least u know wat a good series is.. jeremy sid and ali RIP!!
179 knightnavy from Chennai: MYL along with crystal maze are the two British shows that I would relate to, I almost grew on them. MYL was aired late in the night (STAR Plus in 97-98 and was introduced to me by my uncle, got spellbound by its comedy. It was very relatable to - in that time and now, it seems as something of another age.
178 Tina R from India: I love this show! I remember every bit of it. It is shocking and sad to hear that so many of the cast are no more! I am happy that Zee Cafe has done something nice by bringing back the series on TV everyday at 11pm IST. They are made to portray silliness but I must admit, they do it smartly !....
177 Lian khiong. from East Malaysia.: My son is enjoying it as I had 30yrs ago. It's a classic & cannot be repeated. Words cannot explain just have to watch it. Ha ha ha ha ha.....
RIP Mr Brown,Sid,Ali.
176 Nisha Top-Teagarden from Indo-British person from Madras: Dearest Barry,
You are the funniest and sweetest person i have ever seen. I love your sweet, shy smile and a part of me will always grieve that you are no more. I hope Juan, Danielle and all will help me start a Barry Evans fan club in your memory one day. Please send me the address of Francoise Pascal one day so we can do this. Your death is a tragic and cruel blow to all those who love you, of which i will always be one. Here's to Barry, the greatest comedian in the world's best and funniestest comedy show. Hip hoorah to the British, the world's greatest comedians.
175 Shan Shan from Singapore: I love Su-Lee! She is so cute and beautiful and has a very interesting personality.
174 Pang from Malaysia: I think I watched this show when I was in primary school. Really liked it! Too bad we don't have shows like this on TV anymore.
173 Farhah from malaysia: I only knew about this show recently when a friend of mine introduced it to me...It was aired before I was born and most people of my age have no idea of this show. the humour is classic yet genius. Learning language is indeed fun and confusing!!LOL
172 Mustafa Daif from Bahrain: The series was shown on Channel 55 in Bahrain in the late 1970s.
I had a chance to see the series on DVD. It was excellent and there was full harmony between the actors.
This is the best comedy I've ever seen. These actors are immortal. They will not repeat in a hundred years. Believe me.
171 Nuwan from Sri Lanka: When i was a chid at 12 this show was on air in sri lanka. it was very famous but i didn't follow it. But recently i had a chance to watch the series I and II. it was fantastic. My parents and siter watch it over and over. the cast of the show were execelent. I am very sad about the death of Barry Evans. i want find the series III. thanks
170 Bernard Asigbe from Ghana: i watched mind your at the age of about 12. I'm 25 now.
I wish so much that i had a way to get all the series to watch again.
I would be glad if did.
Does anybody have information about the actors?
169 Ahmed Anwar from India & Riyadh: I have a faint memory of watching this, probably I was 7 years old, but then I watched the indian remake when I was 13 years old.
Just downloaded the entire series and its just the best. So sorry to hear about Barry Evans death and especially the way he died. Life's so fragile.
It was fun as long as it lasted
168 Mark from Sussex: Looking on this site, it amazes me how people from all around the world love this show, but the idiots in power do the the thinking for all and decide what we should be offended at! Yes, the characters are stereotypes, Miss Courtney is a stuffy old ma'am! (Not all British people are like that!) but it's not offensive, the show pokes fun at the world's most complex language (How many ways can *ough be said?) Every character is likeable. Someone said, it's not like they are made out to be criminals or scroungers, they are nice people and we love them all!!!
167 Mrs Asma Noor from Dubai UAE: I used to watch the sitcom when I used to be a little girl. I still watch it once I get time and enjoy it. My favourite charecters in the show are Maximillian Papandrious and Giovanni Capello.
166 Shiraz Mehmud from Sweden: I was a child when this series was on air but I still remember the element of comedy, satire and fun it used to brought every week. My parents used to watch each episode regularly. It was and is really hilarious.
165 Dom from Australia: Great show , see nude shots of Danielle [FRANSCOISE PASCAL] at robbs celebs. Why cant anyone get season 4.
164 Darren c. edward from Malaysia: Loved this show back when I was much yonger love it even more know that I fully understand the conversations... and now, Im even convinced to take up a new language, French...
163 parth from singapore: mind your language is the best series in the world there ever been
162 sundeep from india: i know this series long back when i was in my 8th standard. but i never saw this show, till when one day recently i bought a dvd collction of this great show. i really enjoyed it. and i am so sad for why i missed it all these years.
and i am shocked to know that barry evans and some other good cast of this show are no more. very sad indeed.
friends, if any one of u know about these actors i.e., their present status and whether they are living or expired, please post it over here.
161 azzchin from malaysia: atention tomleong!!! i also only got the 24 epi box set. i hearda place in danau kota, kl got the full 42 epi set.. i'll try to check it out first..if it's true i'll tell you.
160 sara alexander from london: Hi Everyone
Ricardo Montez who played Juan Cervantes is my Grandfather.. just to let everyone know he is still alive and kicking and still working at the ripe old age of 83.. he's filming the new film version of mama mia!! i told him about this site and he is sooooo soo happy that everyone still thinks of Mind your Language and still loves it so much.. its great.... he sends his love to everyone who still watches.......
159 Andy from UK: I never really watched this when it was on and these days it is often described as being an example of unacceptable television which mocks foreigners. I was surprised to see how many "foreigners" have posted complimentary remarks on here, particularly from India and Pakistan. Obviously the rest of the world still realises that comedy stereotypes are something everyone can laugh at without being a racist.
158 Jasveen from Malaysia: The show was immensely popular when I was in Primary 5-6. I remember my friends and I taking on characters and playing the roles - accent and all! I never found it to be racist. The characters were decent people just trying to learn English. Who knew that could produce so many classic, hilarious moments? Man, I want the dvds!
157 Mittra from India: I was in 5th grade when this program was telecasted & though I could not understand some part of the humour still it used to be very funny. Recently i came across the cds of Mund ur Lang--at a store & got them ---It was Hilarious..my daughter also likes this series very much who is as old as i was at the time i started watching this series. Brilliant Work by the team of Mind Your Language
156 Gabriel Rodriguez from Kennesaw, Georgia USA: As a latino, diversity is a part of me. That is why MYL is very awesome to watch. Mad Props to everyone and Juan, Por Favor amigo?
155 Melissa from Australia: I was wondering if I could buy the series of Mind Your Language in a box collection set. I loved this show.
154 Wasiq Javed Cheema from Lahore (Pakistan): I only knew about this series from my girlfriend & since I started watching it, I finished watching all Series 1, 2 & 3 in a week. All three seasons were splendid though I couldn't find the fourth season. I have the copy of all the series in High-Definition & I'll be keeping with me for my coming generation... Thumb'z Up!
153 Anish Jacob from India: I remember seeing this on tv around early 90s when I was a kid and I used to love it absolutely. Recently, my friend reminded me how funny the series were and that encouraged me to see it again. I just finished a marthon viewing of 22 episodes in one sitting after which I did a google search which led to this page.... :)
152 Rahul Shah from Mumbai, India: Mind your Language is THE best tv show I have seen, the show very solemnly potrays how people from all different ethnic backrounds can come together for any cause (eg., raise money for Ranjit's trip to India) or (shoo away Miss Courtney's ex away from the school) etc. The best amongst of all was and always will be Jeremy Brown (Barry Evans) who very sadly expired in mysterious circumstances, every episode played today will be a tribute to him! Truly, he was the one who brought the entire series to life!! Truly miss his presence in the telly world and sad about his latter years when he had to work as a cab driver in UK. Fans of Mind your Language series, I urge someone to start a tribute site for Mr. Jeremy Brown. The cast of the series seemed like a perfect (almost!!) family. The series is a classic for all occasions and a must for all retro lovers!
151 Muhammad Naajih from Maldives: MYL is the best comedy serial I've ever watched! It is a pitty that they are'nt remaking it! Perhaps it's better that way cause if it's remade we will only see substitutes for the original actors, cause Barry Evans, Dino Shafeek and Tommy Godfrey has already passed away and the others are much older now and no other new actor can be better than them to play those roles.
150 Rohan Prakash from India: The only thing wrong with the show were there were too few episodes. This is an amazing comedy show to be cherished for long. Contrary to criticism this show was not offensive to any race and plain to see loved by people from all over the world.
149 Khalil Z from Bahrain: This was a great show, I wish they would bring it back.
148 zaheer uddin qureshi from Pakistan: only word i have for this show is "splendid", so much interesting that you just feel yourself an integral part of the show. you wont see such show again
147 Abu Saad from Saudi Arabia: well, i don't know what to say. i sent to many famous channels in middle east to show the series again, but no one answer. I don't know why? anyhow, one time, i cried.. you know why? because i would to be with them to feel it. i think they're so closed.. i've never watched better that series till now
146 erna from Brunei Darussalam: I watch these series when i was eight years old. I love it so much because it can east the pain when i was lonely. Now im 30 years old, the memories are still kept deeply on my haert.
145 Dr Zeb from Bangalore ,India: The Best everstuff i ever watched on Paid Tv ..It was an amalgamation of Comedy-Discrimination-Sex-and the etcs..i still own all the sets except the 1986 Series ..i hell tried to get it but all in vain
144 Lakmalie from Sri Lanka: I really loved this programme. I was only 08 years old when I first saw it in the UK. It was the talk of the whole school and I'm trying every possibility to get the entire series on DVD ! It's a pity that Barry Evans, Dino Shafeek (Ali Nadim) and Sid have all passed away, but their memories will linger on forever ! (I really liked every character !) They were also unique and came together as one in providing the whole world "Something to look forward to and laugh about !!!!
Blessings to the Producers as well ! wherever they may be now!
143 Abdulla Moaswes from Dubai: Although im only 13 this was THE funniest sitcom i have ever seen and i one of my wishes is that they try to reproduce it.
All those guys that think it is bad because of the stereotypes - RUBBISH!!! Im a muslim and i dont feel offended wen Ali is made fun of. Acctually my favorite character was Ali with Giovanni, Max, Ranjit and Juan all honorable mentions.
142 Najla from USA & Saudi Arabia: MYL is the best!!! I'm an ESL teacher, and all I can say is "Holy Ravioli, This show IS my life!"...I actually first saw it when my ESL director sternly called me into her office after classes one day and told me that I had to watch a 'training video'...lucky for me it ended up being MYL!!! Love the show!
141 evelyne from kenyatta univesity kenya: must b the most interestin comedy ever. favourite episode was ali selling clothes in class.
140 farah from middle east: mind you laguage will always remain one of the best comedies!!! my father was a great fan and now me! i really missssssssss the prgramme a lot!! i wish channels could even show re runs of it!!!! because it totally life your spirits up!!!!! and alot credit goes to the writers as well for coming out with the funniest lines! the cast and crew!!!!
139 Rob from New Hampshire USA: incredible to know there is a worldwide network of people who love MYL- and that we are all introducing the show to a new generation. Thank you to you tube and RIP Barry Evans and all the others have passed on. BTW for those who say MYL was stereotyping foreigners I'd say it was actually very progressive for its day. None were represented as criminals or welfare-scroungers: they were all portrayed as decent, hard-working people who were trying to positively integrate into their new country.
138 Raveen Halawathage from Sri Lanka: TRIBUTE TO MR. BROWN, ALI AND SID....
this MYL will take me back to my childhood memories. Im so sad to hear that Dino Shafeek (Ali Nadim) Tommy Godfrey (Sid) and Barry Evans (Mr.Brown) passed away.
May u three Rest in Peace.
137 Roland Lau from Hong Kong: A tribute to the entire cast as well as the screenplay writers. I am sure its a very indepth study into the cultures, behaviours, values etc that can achieve such successful and hilarious steretypings. To me the funniest scene is when each student was asked to tell a joke (during the lock-up) and when it was Juan's turn, he was so enjoying himself and not caring that no one comprehended what he was talking. I never consider the program an affront to any race including Chinese. It is thus too bad if this is the reason for re-showing or redoing this program.
136 Andrada from Canada/Romania: This series is both funny and instructive.
I am only too sad that most the actors have passed on.
135 azzchin from malaysia: It's a classical comedy... sadly I only have the dvd collection 1977 which only includes of 24 episodes....I'm still looking the the rest of it... what a great sitcom...
134 Garry Bedi from India: MYL will remain the best comedy ever for all the times to come. I really feel pity on our new generation who never got to view it. Its been 20 years now..still whenever we childhood friends meet or talk on phone sitting across the globe.. we wish each other ah so, goodo morningo.. and we always will :-) and we dont have the DVD's available here in India..
133 Sayak from UK: I think MYL is a tribute to multiculturalism - hats off to BBC for making this amazing series
132 Lindsay from Canada: It's awesome it's sooo funny we got the second seson on dvd it's hialrous they should make a new version of it or put they old ones on tv
131 nor'ain from singapore: tis comedy is best shown ever..i love watching it...so hilarious ever..until i laugh my ass off..lolx..good keep it up...
130 Thito from Indonesia: por favor?? hehehe.. i love mind your language.. even tho it's an old film, i love it!! very funny *as the Inspector said*
129 Alexander Bautista from USA: We were in Brunei when it was shown on TV. And after 27 yrs...i still laugh my heart out! Finally, i got the DVD copies already last christmas!
128 Okura Fred from Uganda: I started watching mind your language in 1990 when I was only 12years and it was showing on our local TV station, I haved loved it since then, all the charecters in mind your language are good for a fun lover like me. However, it is very hard to access the DVD copies of the here in Uganda, any offer of the same DVD is highly appreciated and can be sent to Okura Fred of UAE EXCHANGE UGANDA LTD, SHOP NO.17 LUGOGO MALL,P.O.BOX 32268 KAMPALA UGANDA.
Thank you so mucch.
Tributes to Mind your Language, Long Leave Mind Your Language.
127 The Dude from UAE: Guys,
For your information the COMPLETE MIND YOUR LANGUAGE SERIES is available on DVD in all Major Middlee East stores.
THERE'S ALSO A COMPLETE 6 DVD BOX SET AVAILABLE from the very cool Front Row Films...
You can't miss it!!!
126 Heng from Malaysia: Su Lee is actually origined from Penang, Malaysia. Blind me!!
125 Mike from England: superb comedy. brings back great memories!!!
124 Jane from Australia: I used to watch this show when i was a kid and a lot of the innuendo went over my head back then. i have got a video tape full of episodes and my kids and i love it to death. I laugh so hard at the genius of it all. No one will ever be allowed to make a show like this again. Same for Love Thy Neighbour.
123 Chris Nequest from nottingham: This is a great comedy with a good cast i watch it a lot always makes me laugh. I saw it when i was young now my kids love it. You dont get comedy like this anymore.
122 Baburam from Singapore: "A thousand apologies"
i'm an '89 child and ive only seen the last season in singapore.. but thanks to youtube, i saw everything!
121 Aman Harees from Sri Lanka: Although I was only ten When I watched this it was hilarious, pity they cancelled this humourous sitcom.
120 Usman Khalid from Pakitan: MYL for me, was, is and will be the greatest comedy ever. though i was not born when they used to run every week, my parents used to tell me how they loved this show and in an era wre TV was not so populor in our region, spent hours fixing the antenna because of MYL. It was huge part of the lives all over the world, and still is. Our generation, some of them believe in Friends and the ER's but what Barry Evans and the rest of the crew had created was a legend for generations to come.i simply love the show, some of them maybe not around with us but they left us MYL to remember them. Barry Evans R.I.P, Ali Nadeem RIP, Sid RIP.
119 Dinesh from India: I was a kid when i started watching this show and now i get to see some parts of it through you tube and google. And to tell the least, it is just refreshing and the base of the comdey is so perfect that it leaves you begging for more. Bravo ..
118 hari from: My favourite dialogue was this classic:
Ranjit Singh: If at first you're not succeeding, try, try...
Jeremy Brown: (completing the quote) ...again.
Ranjit Singh: If at first you're not succeeding...
Jeremy Brown: (exasperating) Oh... never mind!
117 eileen cotter from london, UK: goodness, this comedy had me in stitches when i was a kid. a great example of cross-cultural mix in this show. so funny!!
116 Vernon Voon from Singapore: I'm an 80s kid and MYL was showing when I was in secondary school. Although the series premiered in the UK in 1976 to 1979, it only become popular here in the early 80's. This period coincided with the video craze and fellow classmates of mine would sneak tapes to play in the school AVA room when the teacher wasn't around. We had huge laughs over the sitcom and I can still remember the soundbites uttered by the characters to this day. For those in Singapore who want to purchase the series, I saw some of them at Mustapha.
115 Azhad from Singapore: I did not miss any episode of Mind Your Language when it was aired during my childhood days. Till this day, the dialogues from the show remain topics of conversation during chilling-out time. There will not be another sitcom like MYL!
114 Numair Fakhar from Lahore Pakistan: Mind your Language was a tremendous show and all the characters in the show were truly legends. The best ever show I ever saw.
thanks "Squeeze me please"
113 Gurfateh Phil Singh from Australia: A fantastic show. Made me laugh as a kid and, although humorous, it introduced me to other cultures. Made me want to travel and see something of the world. It’s one of those classic shows that stays with you forever. Delightfully English. I now teach English as a Second Language. Sometimes life really does imitate art. Anyway. Life is too short not to laugh. Cheers
112 Nusha from Malaysia: Absolutely lovely show! Grew up watching this show, and still never fails to make me laugh. Do wonder what happened to the cast of this show though. Cheers!
111 Michelle from England: This is simply the best show on earth!!
110 sundar from Goa, India: This is and I firmly believe this will always be the most hilarious and popular show I know. Every aspect of it is enjoyable. I guess the artists in the forefront and in the background must have done a lot of homework and rehearsals before bringing it out. Every actor seems to have born to present his/her role. I wonder whether anyone can be replaced with a better one. Everyone has lived their role.
Even after watching it several times, in our house still it is the favourite show for any time of the 24 hrs.
109 Alex from Canada: Great Program, that made fun of stereotypes of various cultures. Everyone should have enjoyed it.
108 Ali Amir from Lahore, Pakistan: MYL was probably the best comedy show I have ever seen and will see for year to come. I learnt more, different accents, courtesy of this show.
107 Muzzafar from Malaysia: Heii I love this sitcom. Will always remember when Ranjeet recognised a bottle of milk as "cow juice" and also when the Russian ship captain said that Miss Courtney resembles" a British Bull Dog".. LOLs..
106 Cheryl from Malaysia, now in Singapore: I love Mind Your Language! They aired it a few times in Malaysia, even as recently as 2004, and the other day as I was browsing through the local DVD rental I saw a copy of volume 4 and just had to watch it again. I stayed up all night for it. Fantastic. They used to say this show was politically incorrect, but they were wrong...it united, rather than prejudiced, don't you think?
It's incredibly sad that Barry Evans died the way he did, seemingly alone and friendless. If only he knew the huge number of us devotees all round the world...!
105 Muhammad Asad (Venom) from Pakistan (Now in UAE): One of the Great Piece of comedy even today in 2006
They shuld remake it
104 Eugene from Canada: This is a terrific show, full of fun. I watched this when I was a kid. Now, that I have the DVD and it seems more funny than before, especially when you are in Canada and you meet people with different accents from all countries.
103 Sidharth from Kerala, India: Fantastic show. My 4th grade english teacher made your class enact one of the episodes with all the adult humour cut out. And I was the teacher (Brown). I remember all the cast and my friends doing all the roles. Now I am a college student and I recently got hold of 4 DVDS which contains the best of all. Its just so hilarious. And the cast of the series is amazing. I just learned today that Barry Evans (Jeremy Brown) died in 1997 due to poisoning. His boyish charms were amazing. Too bad he had to live a life alone. I wish he knew he has many many many many amazing fans like us even after 9 years of him leaving us. Even if he died he will live through us. I will make sure my children will watch this series when they grow enough. I salute upon Barry Evans. And give MYL the title of "My Favorite Series". POR FAVOR
A THOUSAND APOLOGIES
OH BLIME ME
102 GK from Sri Lanka: MYL - My favourite comedy
Mr.Brown: Juan, in this form you have written "FEMALE" where you need to write your sex. It should be "MALE"
Juan (the spaniard): Szorry, no szex with malez..(with a cheeky grin at Mr.Brown)
101 Sarah from pakistan (now in denmark: I use to count and strike every day off waiting for MYL i was a kid when they were showing it in pakistan but now that i see it as an adult, I know what a classy piece of entertainment it actually was.
100 Sarah from USA: Mind your Language is the most hilarious comedy sitcom i have ever seen. Never will there be a funnier show. It was very sad to know that Barry Evans died in 1997...i have to say...i used to have a crush on him!
99 Aries from UAE: fantastic!!! all dialogs are all true and same we are facing daily. hope you'll add more scenes. please.
98 Mohamed zaahy from Maldives: It was the best comedy ive ever watched and also at the same time i learnt recently that Mr.brown is no more and i really feel very sorry for that.
97 raphael from kuala lumpur, malaysia: MYL is a diamond in a rough. Back when comedy could be presented in its freeiest form without anyone alleging prejudice, racist or bias. All characters were unique and brought out the typical stereotype of each race at that time.I would love to watch season 4 but i guess like show it'll just have to remain one of the best loved British sitcoms ever showed on TV. However, i know that there is a DVD box set with 6 disc available. Going to get my hands on it! Blimey!
96 EZzy from Malaysia: Ali: You damn fool! You don't know the Queen's English!
Ranjeet: I know the Queen is English! You Think I'm Stupid?!
95 ISMAIL from DUBAI: Iits sad to say that thre is versions of Miami Vice, New Knight Rider coming up, New Superman, Charlies Angels series and many more ... to list, but no new Mind Your Language series, East or West, this series was the best and will remain the best. Some say due to racism it was stopped, some say due to making fun of other countries that the British enjoy, I dont think so, we really need them back on TV sets.
94 Mrs Uroosa Fawad from Pakistan: 'Mind Your Language' is one of the best comedy series I have ever seen. I wish our TV should have show us all the 42 episodes of brilliant comedy sitcom.
93 Fawad Hussain from Pakistan: Mind Your Language is a true classic which I enjoyed during my childhood and even today I laugh once I watch it on the DVD. I think that such programmes are made once and for all and are always ever green.
92 Anandan John Simon from Malaysia: I still love Mind your language. They were a fantastic lot and did their roles very well. I wish I could obtain all the episodes. The series will be in my heart and memory forever.
91 tomleong from Malaysia: I have Vol 1 - 4 each with 4 shows. But all in there were 42 shows. Does anyone know where I can obtain all the 42 shows please? Is there a way to download them all from the net? Your help is most appreciated. TQ
90 berni from Ireland: I loved mind your language when I was a child growing up in the 70's, and I was in love with the actor barry evans,it was so funny.in the late 90's granada plus was showing repeats of the programe,so I was glad to have taped every single episode, but I was very upset to hear the death of barry evans back in 1997. I will never forget him.
89 Sirisha Nath from India: Since childhood I had a great interest in this programme. One surely deserves to watch it to drive out the monotony of the boring life. I recollect my voice and accent classes held in our company when I watch it.
88 MELISSA from BATU PAHAT,JOHORE: The best & greatest comedy ever made. I would like to know was Barry Evans married to Jamila Massey? TQ.
87 Joanne from South Africa: I am shocked to discover Barry Evans died....
Oh my god, i loved u all
My 12, 11 and 6 year old children are fascinated by the episodes that i have taped of myl.
This truly is a classic.
86 Mahmud Isa Shetima from Nigeria: When i first watched Mind Your Language i was highly impressed and ever since i have been looking forward to sending my comment untill today. it was a very good and great comedy. please keep it up and do more comedies.
85 Dilini Algama from Sri lanka: Just to say that they used to air this show when I was a very small kid and I used to watch it along with my father and mother. But it's only now that I get the jokes! And oh how I love it...
84 Tina from Lincoln: This was one of my fav comedies too.
It is a shame that it can no longer be shown like so many others.
Great memories though and fab cast.
83 Laurent from Switzerland but living in Beirut: I only very recently discovered this series through my girlfriend who used to watch it when she was living in Nigeria. My mother tongue is French but I also speak German. A lot of my clients are Indians. I therefore can see that although "cliches" the way the accent are reproduced is quite accurate. The humour is fantastic and the authors managed to make fun of and pinpoint some particularities without being disrespectful. A wonderful and funny programme.
82 Arif Hussain from India: This is one of the best comedy series i have seen in my life.
i am a college student rite now but i have been seeing this series since i was a small kid. Now one of my friends got me the dvd version and still i get to laugh heartedly. I see them over and over again. Wonder if something of this magnitude will ever come again.
81 GRS BRETT from MALAYSIA: It was great fun watching this series after a long time. The cast on this series were fantastic and as for the profosori, he was remarkable. Sad to know that he is no more with us but he shall be long remembered for he made us all laugh before he left this world. God bless Mr. Barry Evans and his family.
80 K S. Prabhu from INDIA: Mind your language is a clean & simple universal comedy. I am in a very stressful profession & watching this programme relaxes me very much. I have watched this so many times that I can laugh in anticipation of certain situations!
79 Imran Siddiqi from Pakistan: One of the greatest comedy ever produced all actors performed very well especially the leading one that is Mr. Brown.
78 hasan from Pakistan: this show is a Marvelous acheviment of such enthusiastic minds who made this serial on the top of the world. I love the characters who played their roles, but i am very sad to hear the news of there death.
77 Martin Williams from Glasgow: I too had memories of Mind Your Language when much younger and was mad about Francoise Pascal. But this probably won't get on this site, because i have to disagree with most of what is said on here and say that some of the humour WAS based on racial stereotyping. I don't think that means it is necessarily rabidly racist, though, because it did not set out to be aggressive. But getting a laugh someone Chinese for saying out "Ah so" because it sounds like... well you know, was a bit jarring. Oh and have you ever heard anyone Chinese saying that? No. Ali was too much like an Englishman's idea of what an Asian should be like. All hands in the air and shaking of heads and very subserviant.
The Greek had to be a romeo, and was. The Italian had to be a stallion, and was.
It does take the mick out of foreigners who cannot speak properly, though. That is the fundamental lynchpin of the humour. Today that would not be allowed, quite rightly, I think.
Being a Scot, who lived in England for many years, I know there is a lot of light hearted slights at nationality and been the subject of it and I do think some people can be oversensitive about that. But sometimes you have to recognise when something is not right.
76 Nihal. Aluthwatta from Canada: I used to love watching Mind Your Language when I was in Sri lanka several years ego. Now have a daughter 21 years old & I use tell her most of the time about this programme we really want to see that again & again but unfortunately I can not find any episodes in Canada. How can I get these episodes, it's one of the funniest shows that I can remember.
It is really fantastic show.
75 sarosh from pakistan: My whole family loved and still loves this tv serial, i recently purchased its dvd,it was so much fun watching it... its so sad that Barry Evans(Mr.Brown) passed away. i came to know of his death through this site.
74 Carlo from NORWAY: I love " Mind Your Language ", it reminds me how different, how similar, and how funny we people of planet Earth are. To those who did it: JOB WELL DONE.
73 alex from australia: I have always loved the show and my friends and I used the charactors and jokes from the show in a spoof we did for our school perpetual trophy. Needless to say we slayed the opposition and took home the trophy.
72 Hanna from Singapore: Mind your language is the greatest comedy ever!! I grew up watching it and am hoping I'm able to buy the series here so that my kids will be able to watch one of the best comedies of all times. But unfortunately, no such luck.
71 erick from kenya: All the cast are best. We are watching for the second time in my country. it is hilarious.
70 Scott from Newcastle: Mind Your Language was very funny and non - racist. My favourites were sexy Su - Lee and gorgeous Danielle for the girls and cheeky Greek charmer Max for the boys. KImbereley, the DVDs are available in HMV - as separates or in a box set. My favourite bit in one of the shows is when Jeremy's asking his students - who are back after failing their exams - what they were doing during their holidays and gorgeous little Su Lee says", Spent time liting." (writing) Jeremy says "Liting what?" Gorgeous Su Lee says", Liting book." Jeremy : What sort of book are you liting - writing?" Su Lee opens her book - written of course in Chinese and says", It's called the Democlatic way of rife. All about glorious fleedom - loving Chinese." (Because it's a joke, I wrote that as Su Lee said it.) She was one sexy chick, my sweet Su Lee. Pik- Sen - Lim, you've got a lovestruck young Brit boy fan!As have you, Francoise (the stunning Danielle)
69 Rizvee from San Francisco: Just learnt that Barry Evans passed away in 1997. Truly Sad. MYL was and is the greatest sitcom comedy in history. Pls email me if you have dvds of other shows apart from the 4 DISC DVD collection out in the market. Also would love to exchange emails with fans to talk about "where are they now". Ive been watching MYL all week! Truly great!
68 Shane from South Africa: I'm looking for the guitar chords/sheet music for Mind your language?
Any help? firstname.lastname@example.org
67 Scott from Newcastle: I thought this show was very funny - plus I fancied sexy Su Lee - what a chick! Barry Evans excelled in his part as the teacher and I also liked Tommy Godfrey as the cheerful Cockney caretaker Sid. Unless I'm very much mistaken I think he also played Harry H Corbett's uncle in the funeral episode of Steptoe and Son - please feel free to correct me if that's wrong.
66 Kimberly from Malaysia: There are no words to describe how myself and my whole family truly enjoyed watching this series. I love all the cast, and it just never failed to put a smile on my face when watching it. I am currently trying to find the dvds.. to add them to my precious collection. MYL is definitely one of the best sitcom/series ever made !
65 Mansur Khawaja from Pakistan in Saudi Arabia: MYL is still one of the best ever comedies in history. Perfect for family viewing and full of simple laughter. A job well done....
64 Ezy Rider from England: This show seems to be pilloried nowadays as racist and insensitive to other cultures. What utter rot it was really funny. Should be on cable but the powers that be would be too frightened at offending Tony Blair's mates at the CRE. Much funnier than some of the politically correct nonsense around nowadays. So there!
63 Samar Syed from UK: Each episode is a classic.
I recently bought 4 of the videos and it brought back memories of my first years in England when we had just arrived. My 2 fav people have goit to me Max and Giovanni. Funny, stylish and on the ball. Also may Barry Evans rest in peace. My family have got a special place in their hearts for all the cast.
62 Sreedhevi Ramachandran from Malaysia, now in Australia: Like all the others here, MYL was part of my childhood. My mother is an English teacher, and is very particular about correct English, so the jokes were all the more funny. And I had the biggest crush on Mr Brown for just ages!
I heard rumours in secondary school that Barry Evans had died under suspicious circumstances. But I also heard that he married Jamila, that they both died together in a car accident, and that the rest of the cast had died as well...which, once the internet is here, proved to be false - I don't see any reference to Jamila marrying Barry Evans, and the rest are still working as actors. Albert Moses, who played Ranjeet, is quite a celebrity himself.
How sad that the man who made millions laugh, even today, all over the world, died so tragically alone.
61 Allen Forster from Cornwall GB: Brilliant and a great barrier to break down racism and promote international understanding. Basically took the piss out of everyone. Would never be seen on British TV today due to polical correctness gone daft. Would luv to see it on the screen again.
60 Fares Ayar from Germany: MYL is one of the most funniest English sitcom ive ever seen, i hope we can get someday all episodes on DVD.
59 Ibrahim Abdullah from Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia: I enjoyed watching MYL very much. I think that all the actors were just fantastic. It's a pity that Mr. Brown had to leave us for good, but, may his soul rest in peace.
58 harrymarway from goodmayes, Ilford: absolute a must on the comedy programmes.a pity they dont show it anymore...hope a Tv channel can be made again after granada plus to show these classics again.bye for now..XXX
57 vanessa gujar from s.croydon surrey: Mind your language is one of the best comedies I have ever seen and if there were any awards for the best T.V series to be given, I would definately nominate this comedy. It is a WOW! comedy
56 Hari Madhavan from Birmingham: So sad that Barry Evans passed away in relative obscurity. He was so talented as a comedy actor with brilliant timing. I particulary liked the scenes with him and Ali or Juan :)
55 John from Essex: Great show, by a great actor and a great cast of different multinational actors. Absolute comedy and educational and social experience at their very best.
54 Emma Brooks from Middlesbrough: where mr brown spells fat on the board and then he says what do u get if u put a e at the end of the word giovanni stands up and shouts fatty
53 imran hyder from pakistan: i think the best ever sitcom i ever came across my life was MYL. It was a wonderful team work and production by the BBC and so magnificiently netted into one unit that i often felt that the production assistance of various countries produceres was sought to produce such an exlampary sitcom. Well done BBC and i am saddened to hear about the daeth of Barry Evans who was a wonderful character. Plz help me and despatch me the cds of this programme i really wonder from where to find the copies of this serial. Well done the MYL team and its production incharge.
52 Ajit Menon from Bombay, India: Sometimes, words just fail to convey something that is extraordinary. Mind Your Language was such a comedy programme. To merely say that Mind Your Language was just a brilliant comedy serial would be very modest. It was beyond just good humour. It was unique. This serial was a class apart from other comedy serials including other British comedies. The very fact that people from different nationalities acted in this serial and the subject matter was what made it special. All of the actors were good and unique in their own way. But my favourite was Barry Evans who played Jeremy Brown. His role was really difficult. Even then, he made it look so easy. Brilliant actor! So was Zara Nutley's (Miss Courtney) role. My favourite episodes are "Kill or Cure" in which Mr. Brown is down with flu and the episode in which all the students, Sid and Mr. Brown work to help Ranjit visit his mother in Punjab for her 60th birthday. There were also touching episodes such as the one in which all the students declare "We will be your brothers and sisters" when they learn that Mr. Brown was an orphan. There was a sense of unity and brotherhood conveyed through many of the episodes. For me, personally I enjoyed these serials ever since I was a child and still enjoy to this day. I have got three video cassettes of some serials of Mind Your Language. It has also been a learning experience for me. A thousand thank-yous!
51 Ajit Menon from Bombay, India: It was really sad to learn that Barry Evans who played Mr. Jeremy Brown is no more. He was a brilliant actor. Today is his 61st birth anniversary. Today, I saw the Mind Your Language episode "Come Back. All is Forgiven" in which all the students and Gladys wish him a happy birthday. May his soul rest in peace. I feel his spirit lives with people who loved him and his admirers like me.
50 AM from Iraq: As a kid i used to watch the show frequently and now after 15 so odd years i recently purchased the best of mind your language and its still as funny to me now as it was then....Mind Your Language is timeless with its diversity and humor. One of the best british shows i have ever seen.
49 Hisham Yoosuf from Sri Lanka: I remember once, Giovanni calling Mr Brown as Mr. Black or some other color. When Mr. Brown prompted him with his proper name, Giovanni happened to say that he is colour blind. I still remember many lines of this best ever master act.
48 joackim mwanza from zambia: Hi - this comedy series is the best ever produced and would make even the blind laugh.
47 Sarinder Balasundram from KL, Malaysia: Good evening, or as how Jamila Ranjha goes, "God Havfening". I have been reading many of the tributes and realise that many of us share the same scenario. I was first introduced to MYL by my dad, who is a die-hard fan. That was when I was about 6 years old. I would give this 10/10, the best comedy ever on TV.
Robber: Gimme the lollies!
Ranjeet: Sorry please, no lollies. Only chappatis.
46 Redemptus Malyata from Namibia: It has been a long time since I watched an episode. I must say that being an english second language speaker it was not only an enjoyable comedy, but offered many learning experiences for me and my students.
45 Gianluca Chacra from Dubai: Hi all,
Pls. note that I'm a film distributor in the Middle East and as all of you, I'm a great fan of Mind Your Language and due to this I bought the rights for it and have produced it on DVD. This is available for the public and for more information, don't hesitate contacting me at email@example.com
44 Khaled Al Obaid from State of Kuwait: Please on an urgent basis, I'm looking to buy the whole volumes of "Mind your language" once those which are available through AOL.com are the "BEST of" i.e. selective volumes not all them? can you help to find the web adderess in order to buy?.
43 Mr Mark Machan from Brighton: i think the best episode for me would be Kill or cure where jeremy brown is ill and the students go round each with their own cure for his cold. I must also say the chemistry between jeremy brown and miss courtney was brilliant. this is one great comedy and should be repeated on tv.
Barry Evans was great and the series just touched people on so many levels, What a triumph !!!!!
42 anish abraham from india: well....this is the best anybody in the television industry can come up with....my dad introduced me to this sitcom..and then befor u would know it the whole family was "addicted"to all their antics.....kudos to ur mr. brwon and ur hilarious class........porfapor!!!!!!!!!
41 Anas Safwan Abdul Malek from Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA: it's very funny story. hilarious. wish i can see the new season episode.
40 Krishna from India: The most memorable comedy series. Very easily a mood changer and one can see them again and again and again...Has practically played a part in making me the person i am today.
39 Fred Durst from Malaysia: I like this comedy since first time I wath it...
38 rania from malaysia: the sitcoms bring back memories teh struggling years of learning english..it's nolstalgia
37 hanif ramzan from nairobi and london: I am much please to find this dedication ..of a site to what was a great binder of all nations..
Please PLEASE does anyone know and can they inform me if there is a possibility of seeing all the episodes,by video..not just the 4 dvds that are on the market?
Thank youand please reply if you would let me know.
36 chetan Gujar from South Croydon: This is the best comedy series I have ever seen in my life as it always brings joy to my life when I use to see it in my young days.
35 George Bose from India: Oh my Lord! What a comedy show. The Best in my life. I hope something like this comes up in future. I still watch the recorded tape from Nigeria where I spent my early years. I really feel sad to know that Mr. Brown is no more. I read about it in the internet. From what i read from an article in someone else's views I understand that Ali is also no more. Both of them were my favorites. I really like the episode where Mr Brown sends them during the weekend to visit important places in London and the confusion they get into.
34 RASHID NAZIR CHAUDARY from PAKISTAN: I and all of my family members had enjoyed watching this programme since long. It's the best ever comedy series we have ever watched. Could someone please inform me about any current news about any of them, the actors and actresses of mind your language.Indeed i dont have words to express my feelings. A very wonderful and exiting tv show.
33 M.Qasim from Pakistan, living in Canada: I love this show because i have been studying english at the British Council in Pakistan. And it s so much fun and learning oppertunity for students. Its full of common funny mistakes. Even now when i teach english as a second/foreign language, i enjoy it.
For example, once in our EFL class the teacher asked a student to change the present tense into past of a sentence " what do you do" and the student said innocently " what do you did".
I am trying to get some video/DVD in NTSC format for Canada. I dont know if it is available
32 Shireen Santhanasamy from Malaysia, now living in the US: I remember watching MYL when I was young. It is truly the best comedy I have ever watched in my entire life. I love watching Ranjeet and Ali getting on each other nerves, Danielle flirting with Mr. Brown, Su-Lee who sears by Chairman Mao, Jamila knitting during the lesson, Max and Giovanni competing(ego's) with each other to see who can get a date with Danielle, Mr. Brown ever so gracious and helpful to his students and Ms. Courtney of course, who constantly gives Mr. Brown a hard time.
31 floyld from sabah, malaysia: I had enjoyed watching this sitcom since I was in the secondary school. It's the best ever comedy series I have ever watched. Could someone please inform me about any current news about any of them, the actors and actresses of mind your language. I would like to watch any current movies or drama which involves them. Please, someone..
30 Hong from Malaysia: I used to watch it on ntv7 malaysia when i was still in secondary school. For a sit-at-the-dark-corner person like me, it brought me a lotta fun moment.
I really was and still appreciate it. Thanx to tv2 malaysia for rerunning it!
29 daniel from dagenham: dino shafeek is a form of relative i never knew him but if he was alive he would be a great uncle thank you for makin me laugh through the years
28 Sisira Chandrasekara from originally from Sri Lanka, now living: The best ever comedy series I have ever watched is Mind your language. Every single word has a meaning and humourus. I was working for Sri Lankan TV in early 80s and I used to watch the programmes over and over again. Last week invited Albert Moses ( Rajeet Singh) to my place lunch and managed borrow some tapes from him. It was wonderful no has ever made a comedy series in the TV history. It is sad UK banned showing this on local TV due to some complaints from viewers calling this as racism. Rubbish!! This is pure humour
27 lal ram from malaysia: i watched it during my teens' years and i enjoyed it so much and currently TV2 ,is showing the rerun in its retro programme [after 12 a.m.]. to tell the truth , the show doesn't lose its gems after all these years.
26 Kevin from Malaysia: Fantastic show....the repeats are being shown over here on a weekly basis at around midnite, but i make it a point to watch them nonetheless as the jokes are simply outta this world.
The best comedy show i've ever watched !
25 George from Italy: I have watched your programe when I lived in Brunei and had taped a few shows which were just great! I don't have them any more and wondered if they are available for sale please advise me at e-mail address thanks
24 bizu from ethiopia: it reminds me of my childhood...one of the greatest comedy ever...loved it still love it
23 B Alvin from Malaysia: One of the best sitcoms during the early 80's ! It's was totally hillarious watching Ali and Ranjeet!
Wish it will be on DVD soon and it will be a gem to own it!
22 Farah from Malaysia: I practically grew up on traditional english comedy. Mind your language was one of the best comedy of all times.
I remember the episode when Mr Brown was sick. All the students came bearing hilarious gifts. One misunderstanding leads to another hilarious situation with Ms Courtney. One in a million!
I am sad to read of Mr Barry Evans demise. Before internet, all was only a rumour but I guess it must be true.
21 Cliffton from U.S: I remember this show when i was just 5 years old. The 1st time i watched was that Mr.Brown was teaching the students some stuff that was bought in the grocery store. The next thing happened is that the staff that was working in the building lock the classroom door without noticing that the students were still in there. Anyway, that was the most funniest episode i've ever watch.
20 Sade Ojo from Texas, USA: I stumbled on this website and am I glad that I did! I used to watch MYL as a child in Nigeria and I enjoyed every single episode (truly a classic!). I wonder if MYL can be shown on BBC America? I know many of us who would like to watch MYL over here in the US.
19 martin robinson from manchester: MYL was so politically incorrect by today`s standards that it cannot fail to amuse.
It had an extremely talented cast who always brought the best out of each script, however contrived it might have been. It is a minor classic.
18 joe taggart from isle of man: i absolutely love this programme, it is my all time favourite. it is so funny, it still cracks me up after all these years. my favourite charecter is ali -hilarious
17 silas from lincs: I liked the stupidity of this programme, it takes me right back to my childhood . It makes you realise what a stupid country this is, taking it off because it was politically incorrect !!!!! brilliant comedy at it best, and sorry to hear Barry Evans is no longer with us.
16 Nahush Chafekar from India: I am an eleven year old boy,
studying in VI grade. I recently saw the episodes of this wonderful series, and I have liked the character of
the teacher, Mr.Brown a lot. In my opinion, it is the best comedy series in the whole world.
15 Stephen Oliver from Essex: This is one of the best comedy shows ever made. Even though i have watched each episode over and over again it still makes me laugh. The cast were absolutely superb and it was a shame that they stopped making the programme because it was top quality comedy.
14 jyoti rajbanshi from kuala lumpur,Malaysia: MIND YR LANG. is my all-time fav. comedy show and I'd really crack up with laughter everytime I'd see it. I'll never forget this series, I practically grew up watchin' them ;)
13 Vijai nair from India: I have really enjoyed watching Mind Your Language..
One of my fav scenes is the one where Ranjeet says about ALi & Chung's marriage and says " Their Offspring will be a PEKINESE".
12 jimi from Fukuoka, Japan (via Sheffield): I can remember watching the shows back in the later '70s on ITV in front of a warm fire on a cold Winter's day. Fantastic to see them back on the box again. Long may they continue to be shown.
11 Achyut Bhattarai from Nepal: 'Mind Your Language' is one of the best comedy series I have ever seen. My favourite moment from the series is when the class is learning english alphabets and to check his pupils progress Mr. Brown asks "what comes before T ?" and Juan Cervantes, as smart as ever, replies " Breakfast, of course !"
I wish real life learning could be as hilarious and funny.
10 Akugbe Egbeni from United States: Wow!
I just decided to see if I could get any information about this programme and I feel as if I've discovered a treasure!
I watched this programme in Nigeria as a little girl in the eighties and it made me and my sisters laugh and laugh. I haven't watched it since '82 or '83 I think. I can still hear Ali say 'a thousand apologies', or is it Ranjeet? I was so young then. My favourite episode is the one when the students were expecting the Queen and unknowingly welcomed her look-alike, who actually came to see her husband in the wood-work class!
9 Linda from Newcastle Upon Tyne: I'll never forget Miss Courtney and Mr Brown and all the students - still see some of them pop up on tv at times. Fond memories!!!
8 Karen from Sheffield: As i was born in the 80's i never saw Mind Your Language when it was originally aired. But one Sunday morning when it was on my Mum told me it was good so I watched it and whenever it is on.
7 Kyoko Ideguchi from Japan (now in London): I like Mind Your Language very much! I used to watch Mind Your Language in Japan. Now I am in London and I am looking for an English school and a teacher like Mr. Brown.
6 Biniam Bililign from USA: This show is my favirote show of all times. I remember every detail of the show watching it while I was growing up in ethiopia.
5 Allen Reavie from N Ireland: I used to watch MYL years ago on a Saturday evening with my parents. Whilst I am probably too young to remember it all, I thought the titles and theme music was great.
4 Adrian from Australia: I used to love watching Mind Your Language when I was a kid, it's one of the funniest shows that I remember from my childhood days. My favourite character was Ali. What a fantastic show, now I tape every episode to keep forever.
3 Craig from Australia: Mind Your Language is THE best show ever on telly bar none!
Especially, the performance of Barry Evans as Mr Brown & the funniest bloke in the show is Juam!!
2 John from Bath: Mind Your Language is a true classic which I enjoyed during my childhood. Are there any good links to what happened to the cast of this sitcom? Please publish them on this website if they exist. Thanks!!
1 Steven Evans from Kent: I love this programme because it was on when i was still young and at school and brings back some great memories and tv programmes are not made like this one anymore!
Mind Your Language
Barry Evans as Jeremy Brown
Zara Nutley as Miss Courtney
Dino Shafeek as Ali Nadim
George Camiller as Giovanni Capello/Cuppello
Kievork Malikyan as Maximillian Papandrious
Robert Lee as Taro Nagazumi
Jacki Harding as Anna Schmidt
Jamila Massey as Jamila Ranjha
Ricardo Montez as Juan Cervantes
Albert Moses as Ranjeet Singh
Francoise Pascal as Danielle Favre
Pi-Sen Lim as Chung Su-Lee
Iris Sadle as Gladys
Tommy Godfrey as Sid
Gabor Vernon as Zoltan Szabo
Anna Bergman as Ingrid Svenson
Michael Sheard a.k.a Mr Bronson in Grange Hill.
1916-06-20: Tommy Godfrey (Sid) was born in Lambeth, London
1937-12-19: Albert Moses (Ranjeet Singh in MYL) was born.
1943-06-18: Barry Evans was born.
1949-05-05: Anna Bergman (Ingrid) was born in Stockholm, daughter of Ingmar
1984-03-10: Dino Shafeek (Ali Nadim) sadly passed away.
1984-06-24: Tommy Godfrey (Sid) sadly passed away in London.
1997-02-11: Barry Evans, sadly passed away.
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