Here is the complete episode guide for Minder starting back in 1979 and going all the way up to the 2009 series.   It originally started Dennis Waterman as Terry McCann, a bodyguard (minder in London slang) and George Cole as Arthur Daley. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Series 1 (October 1979–January 1980)
  • “Gunfight at the O.K. Laundrette”
  • “Bury my Half at Waltham Green”
  • “The Smaller They Are”
  • “A Tethered Goat”
  • “The Bounty Hunter”
  • “Aces High – and Sometimes Very Low”
  • “The Bengal Tiger”
  • “Come in T-64 ”
  • “Monday Night Fever”
  • “The Dessert Song”
  • “You Gotta Have Friends”

Series 2 (September–December 1980)

  • “National Pelmet”
  • “Whose Wife is it Anyway?”
  • “You Lose Some, You Win Some”
  • “Don’t Tell Them Willie Boy Was Here”
  • “Not A Bad Lad, Dad”
  • “The Beer Hunter”
  • “A Nice Little Wine”
  • “All Mod Cons”
  • “Diamonds are a Girl’s Worst Enemy”
  • “The Old School Tie”
  • “All About Scoring – Innit?”
  • “Caught in the Act, Fact”
  • “A Lot of Bull and a Pat on the Back”

Series 3 (January–April 1982)

  • “Dead Men Do Tell Tales”
  • “You Need Hands”
  • “Rembrandt doesn’t live here anymore”
  • “Looking for Micky”
  • “Dreamhouse”
  • “Another Bride, Another Groom”
  • “The Birdman of Wormwood Scrubs”
  • “The Son Also Rises”
  • “Why Pay Tax”
  • “Broken Arrow”
  • “Poetic Justice Innit?”
  • “Back in Good Old England”
  • “In”

Series 4 (January–March 1984)

  • “Minder’s Christmas Bonus”
  • “Rocky Eight and a Half”
  • “Senior Citizen Caine”
  • “High Drains Pilferer”
  • “Sorry Pal, Wrong Number”
  • “Car Lot Beggars”
  • “If Money be the Food of Love, Play on”
  • “A Star is Gorn”
  • “Willesden Suite”
  • “Windows”
  • “Get Daley”
  • “A Well Fashioned Fit Up”

Series 5 (September-December 1984)

  • “Goodbye Sailor”
  • “What Makes Shamy Run?”
  • “A Number of Old Wives’ Tales”
  • “The Second Time Around”
  • “Secondhand Rose”
  • “Ride to Scratchwood”
  • “Hypnotising Rita”
  • “The Balance of Power”
  • “Around the Corner”

Series 6 (September–October 1985)

  • “Give Us This Day Arthur Daley’s Bread”
  • “Life in the Fast Food Lane”
  • “Return of the Invincible Man”
  • “Arthur is dead, Long Live Arthur”
  • “From Fulham With Love”
  • “Waiting for Goddard”
  • “Minder on the Orient Express” (1985 feature length special)

Series 7 (January–February 1989)

  • “An Officer and a Car Salesman”
  • “It’s a Sorry Lorry, Morrie”
  • “Day of Fines and Closures”
  • “Fatal Impression”
  • “The Last Video Show”
  • “Fiddler on the Hoof”
  • “The Wrong Goodbye”

Series 8 (September–November 1991)

  • “The Loneliness of the Long Distance Entrepreneur”
  • “A Bouquet of Barbed Wine”
  • “Whatever Happened to Her Indoors?”
  • “Three Cons Make a Mountain”
  • “Guess Who’s Coming to Pinner”
  • “The Last Temptation of Daley”
  • “A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in Shepherd’s Bush”
  • “Him Indoors”
  • “The Greatest Show in Willesden”
  • “Too Many Crooks”
  • “The Odds Couple”
  • “The Coach That Came in from the Cold”
  • “The Cruel Canal”

Series 9 (January–April 1993)

  • “I’ll Never Forget What’sername”
  • “No Way to Treat a Daley”
  • “Uneasy Rider”
  • “Looking for Mr. Goodtime”
  • “Opportunity Knocks and Bruises”
  • “Gone with the Winchester”
  • “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Retiring”
  • “The Roof of All Evil”
  • “Last Orders at the Winchester”
  • “Cars and Pints and Pains”
  • “The Great Trilby”
  • “A Taste of Money”
  • “For a Few Dollars More”

Series 10 (January–March 1994)

  • “A Fridge Too Far”
  • “Another Case of Van Blank”
  • “All Things Brighton Beautiful”
  • “One Flew over the Parents’ Nest”
  • “The Immaculate Contraption”
  • “All Quiet on the West End Front”
  • “The Great Depression of 1994”
  • “On the Autofront”
  • “Bring Me the Head of Arthur Daley”
  • “The Long Good Thursday”

Series 11 (February-March 2009)

  • “Better The Devil You Know”
  • “In Vino Veritas”
  • “The Art Of The Matter”
  • “Matter Of Life And Debt”
  • “Count Your Lucky Stars”
  • “‘Till Debt Do Us Part”

By Duncan

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