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Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman star in new sitcom Bull

Vintage stars Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman are appearing in a new sitcom set in an antiques shop.

Lindsay, who shot to fame playing the d elusional revolutionary Wolfie Smith in 1970s' hit Citizen Smith, will play shop owner Rupert Bull while Lipman plays one of his staff.

The three-part series, called Bull, will be broadcast on Gold later this year.

The channel's commissioning editor Simon Lupton said: " Whether Rupert Bull and his clueless staff are trying to restore Faberge eggs, value Edwardian ball bearings or work on luring in new customers with a creepy window display of dead animals, it always ends in hilarious disaster.

"Robert Lindsay is one of our most versatile and funny actors, perfect to lead this cast as the loveable but completely hopeless Bull. We think the Gold audience will fall in love with all these charming, disparate characters, who really are the proverbial bulls in a china shop."

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