February 1960. Orchard Street, Peckham. The glamorous (some might say tarty) Joan Trotter is off to work at the Ritz Cinema, strutting down the road with her clickety-clack heels and swinging hips drawing disdainful glances from her jealous neighbours. Through a leafy country lane, a 1959 Jaguar Mark 9 races towards London with Freddie "The Frog" Robdal at the wheel and Gerald "Jelly" Kelly alongside. And a young Del Boy sits with his mates Trigger, Boycie, Denzil and Jumbo Mills polishing off their half pints of beer while Bobby Day’s Rockin’ Robin plays on the jukebox of the Nag’s Head. Welcome to Rock & Chips, the one-off comedy-drama prequel to Only Fools and Horses, from the pen of John Sullivan, starring Nicholas Lyndhurst, Kellie Bright and James Buckley.