The first series screened wholly in colour and the last set completely in Windsor. Broadcast times are Wednesday evenings from 9.00 to 10.00 pm. The episodes have never reappeared on terrestrial television but they were all aired by UK Gold from November 1995 to Spring 1996. TV Times listings are provided for three of the later outings.

1. The Bankrupt (8.11.72)

2. Girl in Blue (15.11.72)

3. Many a Slip (29.11.72)

4. Mrs. Podmore's Cat (6.12.72)

5. The Man Who Said Sorry (13.12.72)

Public Eye - Frank Marker Investigates

6. Horse and Carriage (20.12.72)

7. A Family Affair (3.1.73)

8. The Golden Boy (10.1.73)

9. The Windsor Royal (17.1.73)

10. It's a Woman's Privilege (24.1.73)

11. Home and Away (31.1.73)

PS

No episode was broadcast on 22.11.72 due to boxing coverage. There was no broadcast immediately after Christmas (27.12.72) but these, along with Easter 1975, are the only instances of series runs being interrupted.

Production order (recording dates in brackets, episodes were usually in production for the preceding two weeks)

A Family Affair (20.7.1972)
The Bankrupt (3.8.1972)
Girl In Blue (17.8.1972)
Many a Slip (29-30.8.1972)
The Man Who Said Sorry (26.9.1972)
The Golden Boy (10.10.1972, produced 27th September to 10th October 1972)
Mrs. Podmore's Cat (23-24.10.1972, produced 10th to 23rd October 1972)
It's a Woman's Privilege (8.11.72)
The Windsor Royal (22.11.1972)
Horse And Carriage (5.12.1972)
Home And Away (20.12.1972)
Egg And Cress Sandwiches (3.1.1973)
The Trouble With Jenny (17.1.1973)

Unlike the previous series the production and broadcast orders are quite similar, even though there is no serial content to encourage this as with Series 4. 

Frank looks thoughtfully out

of the window during

The Man Who Said Sorry