that was some show. tony booth was a lifelong real socialist (i know who his daughter is lol) and so that show was right up his street. Till Death us do Part and In Sickness and in Health provoked so many people into adopting views totally against Alf Garnet and who he represented. Booth’s character spoke for the millions of young fist waving people angered by Garnett, which was exactly what Johnny Spreight (the writer) wanted.
you literally couldnt do that show today, so many people wouldnt understand the message and it would be off the air in a month, it was literally what satire is about.