Mind Your Language

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  • TV-14
  • 1977
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.7  (8,137)

Mind Your Language is a British comedy television series which premiered on the ITV Network. The show follows the comedic misadventures of an English as a Foreign Language teacher in an adult education college. Jeremy Brown, played by Barry Evans, must teach English to a motley crew of adult students who don't speak English as their primary language. The show features recurring character Mrs. Dolores Courtney, played by Zara Nutley, as the headmistress of the academy. A few of the recurring student roles are Giovanni Capello, portrayed by George Camiller, Anna Schmidt who was played by Jacki Harding, Juan Cervantez, played by Ricardo Montez, Chung Su-Lee, played by Pik-Sen Lim, and Ranjeet Singh, played by Albert Moses. The program focuses on the comedies of errors that can occur with people when there are language and cultural barriers hard at work. Mind Your Language is produced by London Weekend Television and directed by Stuart Allen.

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What A Tangled Web
8. What A Tangled Web
December 15, 1979
Jeremy Brown's repsonsibility as and English teacher to foreign students doesn't always end when leaves the class. Ali Nadim, his Pakistani student, seeks advice on marital problems and Jeremy feels bound to help. The results are rather unexpected.
The School Fete
7. The School Fete
December 8, 1979
The college goes off on a desperate search for a celebrity to open their school fete.
Repent At Leisure
6. Repent At Leisure
December 1, 1979
Anna comes into the classroom upset when she discovers she will have to return to Germany because her work permit has run out. The pupils decide to help and hatch a plan for Anna to marry Jeremy.
Guilty or Not Guilty
5. Guilty or Not Guilty
November 24, 1978
Jeremy's pupils end up in court in front of the local magistrate court. Unluckily for Jeremy, Miss Courtney, who is a JP, is to preside over the court.
No Flowers By Request
4. No Flowers By Request
November 10, 1978
Jeremy takes one of his pupils to hospital and ends up needing hospital treatment himself. Meanwhile, his pupils believe that Jeremy has died and go off to his funeral.
Who Loves Ya Baby?
3. Who Loves Ya Baby?
November 3, 1978
Danielle, an au pair, brings in to college the baby that she looks after. The baby gets lost several times causing panic and concern for all.
Just The Job
2. Just The Job
September 24, 1978
Jeremy accepts a higher paid job only to discover it has already been taken and that his previous position has also been filled. Now that he is jobless his pupils plot to help him gain back his position.
I Belong to Glasgow
1. I Belong to Glasgow
October 27, 1978
A wealthy Arab Sheik comes to see Miss Courtney about English classes. He himself speaks perfect English, but he wants his chauffeur to have English lessons and is prepared to pay two thousand pounds if the college can make this happen. When the chauffeur comes in, they are shocked to discover that he is Scottish. Miss Courtney suggests that they teach the Scottish dialect to the Sheik.
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Mind Your Language is a British comedy television series which premiered on the ITV Network. The show follows the comedic misadventures of an English as a Foreign Language teacher in an adult education college. Jeremy Brown, played by Barry Evans, must teach English to a motley crew of adult students who don't speak English as their primary language.

The show features recurring character Mrs. Dolores Courtney, played by Zara Nutley, as the headmistress of the academy. A few of the recurring student roles are Giovanni Capello, portrayed by George Camiller, Anna Schmidt who was played by Jacki Harding, Juan Cervantez, played by Ricardo Montez, Chung Su-Lee, played by Pik-Sen Lim, and Ranjeet Singh, played by Albert Moses. The program focuses on the comedies of errors that can occur with people when there are language and cultural barriers hard at work.

Mind Your Language is produced by London Weekend Television and directed by Stuart Allen.

Mind Your Language is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (29 episodes). The series first aired on September 30, 1977.

Where to Watch Mind Your Language

Mind Your Language is available for streaming on the ITV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mind Your Language on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    September 30, 1977
  • IMDB Rating
    8.7  (8,137)