Original writing team Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn have rebooted the political satire with David Haig playing beleaguered Prime Minister Jim Hacker.
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Henry Goodman stars as Jim Hacker's impenetrably loquacious adviser Sir Humphrey Appleby, while Chris Larkin is cast as Principal Private Secretary Bernard Woolley.
With a new contemporary setting, the PM will have to deal with problems stemming from European economies, a leadership crisis in the coalition and the threat of Scottish independence.
All new Yes, Prime Minister starts tomorrow night (January 15) at 9pm on Gold.
The broadcaster is also airing a documentary - Prime Minister: Re-elected - straight after the first episode, which will feature celebrities and politicians celebrating the classic original '80s TV series.