Dad's Army

The popular comedy featuring the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea.

Jimmy Croft and David Perry are the legendary creators of this classic series which was remade especially for radio.

The cast includes Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesuier, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender and Arnold Ridley.

Episodes

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A Brush with the Law: When a light's left on in the Church Hall, Hodges achieves his burning ambition: to haul Captain Mainwaring into court!

A Brush with the Law: When a light's left on in the Church Hall, Hodges achieves his burning ambition: to haul Captain Mainwaring into court!

A Brush with the Law: When a light's left on in the Church Hall, Hodges achieves his burning ambition: to haul Captain Mainwaring into court!

Command Decision: The platoon finally gets an offer of weapons. There's only one catch: Captain Mainwaring must stand down as commander.

Command Decision: The platoon finally gets an offer of weapons. There's only one catch: Captain Mainwaring must stand down as commander.

Command Decision: The platoon finally gets an offer of weapons. There's only one catch: Captain Mainwaring must stand down as commander.

Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so the platoon try to jog his memory and Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so the platoon try to jog his memory and Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

Don't Fence Me In: While the Walmington-on-Sea platoon are in charge of a POW camp the prisoners escape and a traitor is unearthed: Private Walker.

Don't Fence Me In: While the Walmington-on-Sea platoon are in charge of a POW camp the prisoners escape and a traitor is unearthed: Private Walker.

Don't Fence Me In: While the Walmington-on-Sea platoon are in charge of a POW camp the prisoners escape and a traitor is unearthed: Private Walker.

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Is There Honey Still for Tea? When plans for building a new airfield in the neighbourhood are announced, Godfrey is worried his cottage will be demolished.

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Sergeant Wilson's Little Secret. Mrs Pike tells Wilson that there is to be a 'new arrival'. She omits to tell him that it's a refugee. From March '74.

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Sergeant, Save My Boy! When Pike gets caught on barbed wire in a minefield, Captain Mainwaring springs to his rescue - treading very, very carefully.

When Did You Last See Your Money? Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

When Did You Last See Your Money? Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

When Did You Last See Your Money? Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

When the warning bells ring, Jones sets up a machine gun post in Godfrey's cottage. And total confusion reigns.

When the warning bells ring, Jones sets up a machine gun post in Godfrey's cottage. And total confusion reigns.

Boot, Boots, Boots

The Home Guard are marching with their feet - against Captain Mainwaring's recipe for an efficient fighting force!

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Is There Still Honey For Tea?

When plans for building a new airfield in the neighbourhood are announced, Godfrey is worried his cottage will be demolished.

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Walker is called up and the platoon is horrified. Who'll supply the black market goods now? From April 1974.

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Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon.

Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From December 1974.

Why is Captain Mainwaring reluctant to don his medals? Yuletide fun from 1974.

Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon. From December 1974.

Where are Captain Mainwaring's medals? Yuletide fun from 1974.

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The popular comedy featuring the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea.

Jimmy Croft and David Perry are the legendary creators of this classic series which was remade especially for radio.

The cast includes Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesuier, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender and Arnold Ridley.Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard.

From January 1974.

Adapted from TV.

With Arthur Lowe.

In this first episode, the platoon is formed and volunteers gathered.

Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard. From January 1974.

Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard. Adapted from TV. With Arthur Lowe. From January 1974.

14th May 1940: George Mainwaring, manager of Swallow's Bank in Walmington-on-Sea, answers his country's wartime call to form a platoon of Local Defence Volunteers - with the help of a misfit bunch of tradesmen and bankers.

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Fraser, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1974.

Bank manager George Mainwaring sets up Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard.

The cast includes Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesuier, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender and Arnold Ridley.14th May 1940: George Mainwaring, manager of Swallow's Bank in Walmington-on-Sea, answers his country's wartime call to form a platoon of Local Defence Volunteers - with the help of a misfit bunch of tradesmen and bankers.

Classic comedy from the Home Guard, starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn.

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Mainwaring's platoon set off to grab some much needed weapons.

Mainwaring's platoon set off to grab some much needed weapons. From February 1974.

Mainwaring's platoon set off to grab some much needed weapons. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe. From February 1974.

The platoon storm the local museum in search of weapons.

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Mainwaring's platoon gets an offer of weapons, but there's a catch.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From February 1974.

The platoon finally gets an offer of weapons.

There's only one catch: Captain Mainwaring must stand down as commander.

Mainwaring's platoon gets an offer of weapons, but there's a catch. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From February 1974.

The platoon finally gets an offer of weapons. There's only one catch: Captain Mainwaring must stand down as commander.

0104The Enemy Within The Gates1974021820040405 (BBC7)
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Mainwaring's platoon try to capture Germans for a reward.

When Captain Winogrodzki makes a routine visit to the platoon, Captain Mainwaring and his men mistake him for a German spy.

Mainwaring's platoon try to capture Germans for a reward. From February 1974.

Mainwaring's platoon try to capture Germans for a reward. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn. From February 1974.

As their new uniforms arrive, Captain Mainwaring's platoon try to capture Germans - for a cash reward.

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Carl Jaffe as Captain Winogrodzki, David Sinclair - all other parts and John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1974.

0105The Battle Of Godfrey's Cottage1974022520040412 (BBC7)
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When the warning bells ring, Jones sets up a machine gun post in Godfrey's cottage.

And total confusion reigns.

Summer, 1940: Convinced a German invasion of Walmington-on-Sea has begun, Mainwaring and his men mount a gun placement at Godfrey's cottage. Chaos, inevitably, ensues...

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Nan Brawnton as Cissie Godfrey, Percy Edwards as Percy the Parrot and John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1974.

A machine gun post sparks invasion mayhem for the platoon.

A machine gun post sparks invasion mayhem for the platoon. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn. From February 1974.

A machine gun post sparks invasion mayhem for the platoon. From February 1974.

When the warning bells ring, Jones sets up a machine gun post in Godfrey's cottage. And total confusion reigns.

0106The Armoured Might Of Lance-corporal Jones1974030420030913 (BBC7)
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In an effort to acquire petrol coupons, Private Walker suggests that the platoon use Lance Corporal Jones' van.

Captain Winogrodzki makes a routine visit to the platoon and Mainwaring and his men mistake him for a German spy.

To try and acquire petrol coupons, Private Walker suggests that the platoon uses Lance Corporal Jones' van.

In an effort to acquire petrol coupons, Private Walker suggests that the platoon uses Lance Corporal Jones' van.

Private Walker's van plan to get petrol coupons backfires. Adapted from TV, from 1974.

Private Walker's van plan to get petrol coupons backfires. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn. From March 1974.

Private Walker's van plan to get petrol coupons backfires.

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Confusion reigns when Mrs Pike reveals her news of a 'new arrival'.

Mrs Pike tells Wilson that there is to be a new arrival.

She omits to tell him that it's a refugee and confusion ensues.

Confusion reigns when Mrs Pike reveals her news of a 'new arrival'. From March 1974.

Confusion reigns when Mrs Pike reveals her news of a 'new arrival'. Adapted from TV. With John Le Mesurier. From March 1974.

Confusion reigns for Sergeant Wilson when Mrs Pike reveals news of a "new arrival".

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Bill Pertwee as Warden Hodges, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike and John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1974.

Mrs Pike tells Wilson that there is to be a new arrival. She omits to tell him that it's a refugee and confusion ensues.

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Captain Mainwaring decides to let Jones and Frazer compete for the role of corporal.

But the promoted Scottish private ends up power-crazed

The promoted Scottish private ends up power-crazed. From March 1974.

The promoted Scottish private ends up power-crazed. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and John Laurie. From March 1974.

When Captain Mainwaring promotes Private Frazer, his new powers go to his head...

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Michael Knowles as Captain Bailey, Geoffrey Lumsden as Colonel Square and John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1974.

Promotion turns the dour old Scotsman crazy with power. With Arthur Lowe and John Laurie.

Promotion turns the dour old Scotsman crazy with power. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and John Laurie. From March 1974.

Captain Mainwaring decides to let Jones and Frazer compete for the role of Corporal. From March 1974.

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The platoon are challenged to capture the Highland Unit's headquarters.

In an exercise, Captain Mainwaring is challenged by Captain Ogilvy and his platoon.

The prize being Captain Mainwaring's HQ.

The platoon are challenged to capture the Highland Unit's headquarters. From March 1974.

The platoon are challenged to capture the Highland Unit's headquarters. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe. From March 1974.

Captain Mainwaring's squad are challenged to try and capture the headquarters of the Highland platoon.

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Jack Watson as Captain Ogilvy and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike. With John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1974.

In an exercise, Captain Mainwaring is challenged by Captain Ogilvy and his platoon. The prize being Captain Mainwaring's HQ.

Captain Mainwaring is challenged by Captain Ogilvy and his team who will attempt to capture the Home Guard's HQ. From March 1974.

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The platoon is off for weekend training, subject to Mainwaring and his map.

From 1974.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From April 1974.

The platoon is off on a weekend's training.

But no-one is prepared for Mainwaring's map-reading skills.

The platoon is off for weekend training, subject to Mainwaring and his map. From 1974.

The platoon is off for weekend training, subject to Mainwaring and his map. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1974.

The Walmington-on-Sea platoon is off to a weekend training camp - subject to Captain Mainwaring and his map...

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Jack Watson as Major Smith and Alan Tilvern as Captain Rodrigues. With John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 in April 1974.

The platoon is off on a weekend's training. But no-one is prepared for Mainwaring's map-reading skills. With Arthur Lowe.

Comedy with Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier from April 1974.

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On fire-watch with Godfrey, Frazer thinks someone is signalling to the enemy.

Frazer and Godfrey are on night guard, but their position is up a tower and Godfrey isn't too keen on heights.

On fire-watch with Godfrey, Frazer thinks someone is signalling to the enemy. From 1974.

On fire-watch with Godfrey, Frazer thinks someone is signalling to the enemy. Adapted from TV with John Laurie. From April 1974.

On fire-watch with Godfrey, Frazer thinks a local resident of Walmington-on-Sea s signalling to the enemy...

Six years after legendary sitcom Dad's Army started on BBC TV, these specially adapted radio versions began recording with the original cast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Geoffrey Lumsden as Colonel Square, Avril Angose as Mrs Keene and David Goodison as Murphy. With John Snagge as the announcer.

Adapted from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's original BBC TV scripts by Michael Knowles and Harold Snoad.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 in April 1974.

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An unexploded bomb puts Mainwaring and Wilson in a jam.

From April 1974.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier.

Mainwaring and Wilson find themselves holding onto a bomb in the bank.

An unexploded bomb puts Mainwaring and Wilson in a jam. From April 1974.

An unexploded bomb puts Mainwaring and Wilson in a jam. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier. From April 1974.

Mainwaring and Wilson find themselves holding onto a bomb in the bank. From April 1974.

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The butcher must retire unless he completes an assault course in 15 minutes.

After a visit from HQ, Corporal Jones is told he'll have to retire unless he can complete the assault course in 15 minutes.

The butcher must retire unless he completes an assault course in 15 minutes. From 1974.

The butcher must retire unless he completes an assault course in 15 minutes. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From April 1974.

Jones is told he'll have to retire unless he can complete the assault course in 15 minutes. Episode 13 of 20.

Arthur Lowe, Clive Dunn and the Home Guard gang have another mishap in this episode first broadcast in 1974.

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The platoon are horrified when their black marketeer gets his Army call up.

Private Walker is called up and the platoon is horrified.

Who'll supply them with black market goods now?

The platoon are horrified when their black marketeer gets his Army call up. From 1974.

The platoon are horrified when their black marketeer gets his Army call up. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1974.

Walker is called up and the platoon is horrified. Who'll supply the black market goods now? From April 1974.

Private Walker is called up. Who'll supply them with black market goods now? From April 1974.

Private Walker is called up and the platoon is horrified. Who'll supply them with black market goods now? From April 1974.

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A German plane crash sees the platoon trying out Mainwaring's phone box drill. From 1974.

A German plane crash sees the platoon trying out Mainwaring's phone box drill. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From May 1974.

A German plane crash sees the platoon trying out Mainwaring's phone box drill.

When a German plane crashes nearby, Captain Mainwaring's instructions are met with chaotic results.

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When a German plane crashes nearby, Captain Mainwaring's instructions are met with chaotic results.

A German plane crash sees the platoon trying out Mainwaring's phone box drill.

From 1974.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From May 1974.

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The platoon face an inquiry after firing at a German plane.

Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn.

From May 1974.

Adapted from TV.

From 1974.

The platoon face an inquiry after firing at a German plane. Adapted from TV. From 1974.

The platoon face an inquiry after firing at a German plane. Adapted from TV, with Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn. From May 1974.

Classic comedy from Warmington on Sea with Captain Mainwaring and his men. From May 1974.

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A shock for Captain Mainwaring sparks a platoon upheaval.

From May 1974.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier.

Captain Mainwaring's authority is called into question by Brigade headquarters.

A shock for Captain Mainwaring sparks a platoon upheaval. From May 1974.

A shock for Captain Mainwaring sparks a platoon upheaval. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier. From May 1974.

Captain Mainwaring's authority is called into question by Brigade headquarters. First broadcast July 1973. Episode 17 of 20.

Is Captain Mainwaring all that he seems? A major upheaval is in the offing for Walmington Home Guard. With Arthur Lowe and co.

Captain Mainwaring's authority is called into question by Brigade headquarters. First broadcast July 1973.

0118The Menace From The Deep1974052719740529
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With the platoon marooned at the end of Walmington pier, Jones gets a shock.

From 1974.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From May 1974.

The Platoon get marooned without food or escape while on guard at the end of the pier.

But they're not alone for long!

With the platoon marooned at the end of Walmington pier, Jones gets a shock. From 1974.

With the platoon marooned at the end of Walmington pier, Jones gets a shock. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From May 1974.

The Platoon get marooned without food or escape, while on guard at the end of the pier. But they're not alone for long. Episode 18 of 20.

The Platoon get marooned without food or escape while on guard at the end of the pier. But they're not alone for long!

0119No Spring For Frazer1974060319740605
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When Frazer loses a Lewis gun's butterfly spring, he must track down a coffin.

Frazer's lost the Butterfly Spring from the Platoon's Lewis Gun - which leads them to the home of a recently deceased customer.

When Frazer loses a Lewis gun's butterfly spring, he must track down a coffin. From 1974.

When Frazer loses a Lewis gun's butterfly spring, he must track down a coffin. Adapted from TV with John Laurie. From June 1974.

Frazer has lost the butterfly spring from the platoon's Lewis Gun - which leads them to the home of a recently deceased customer.

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On river patrol, Mainwaring's platoon get lost in fog in the English Channel.

From 1974.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From June 1974.

Mainwaring's river patrol goes disastrously wrong when the platoon ends up lost in fog in the English Channel.

On river patrol, Mainwaring's platoon get lost in fog in the English Channel. From 1974.

On river patrol, Mainwaring's platoon get lost in fog in the English Channel. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1974.

Mainwaring's river patrol goes disastrously wrong when the platoon ends up lost in fog in the English Channel. From June 1974.

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Military medal rivalry sparks a shooting contest with another platoon.

But where are Captain Mainwaring's medals? Yuletide fun from 1974.

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When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge. From 1976.

Pike has petroleum jelly on his ears - why? He has his head stuck in some railings. Stupid boy! From March 1976. Episode 1 of 26.

Pike has petroleum jelly on his ears - why? He has his head stuck in some railings. Stupid boy! First transmitted March 1976.

0201Don't Forget The Diver1975021120040802 (BBC7)
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The platoon don crazy camouflage in a drill to attack Captain Square's HQ.

From 1975.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From February 1975.

With services of a scarecrow, a bird warbler, and a flock of sheep, Captain Mainwaring and his men mount a river attack on Captain Square's HQ.

The platoon don crazy camouflage in a drill to attack Captain Square's HQ. From 1975.

The platoon don crazy camouflage in a drill to attack Captain Square's HQ. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From February 1975.

Enlisting the additional services of a bird warbler, a scarecrow and a flock of sheep, Captain Mainwaring's Home Guard platoon mount a river attack on Captain Square's HQ.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1975.

Enlisting the additional services of a bird warbler, a scarecrow and a flock of sheep, Captain Mainwaring's Home Guard platoon mount a river attack on Captain Square's HQ.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, John Laurie as Private Frazer and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1975.

The platoon don crazy camouflage in a drill to attack Captain Square's HQ. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

Enlisting the additional services of a bird warbler and a flock of sheep, the gang mount a river attack on Captain Square's HQ.

With services of a scarecrow and a flock of sheep, Captain Mainwaring and his men mount a river attack on Captain Square's HQ.

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Captain Mainwaring promotes fractious Frazer with unexpected results.

From February 1975.

Adapted from TV with John Laurie.

Fed up with his non-stop grumbling, Captain Mainwaring gives Private Frazer a taste of power, with unexpected results!.

Fed up with his grumbling, Captain Mainwaring gives Private Frazer a taste of power - with unexpected results.

Captain Mainwaring promotes fractious Frazer with unexpected results. From February 1975.

Captain Mainwaring promotes fractious Frazer with unexpected results. Adapted from TV with John Laurie. From February 1975.

Captain Mainwaring decides to promote fractious Private Frazer with some unexpected results.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1975.

Captain Mainwaring decides to promote fractious Private Frazer with some unexpected results.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1975.

Fed up with his non-stop grumbling, Captain Mainwaring gives Private Frazer a taste of power - with unexpected results. Episode 2 of 20.

Fed up with his grumbling, Captain Mainwaring gives Private Frazer a taste of power - with unexpected results. Episode 2 of 20.

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Mainwaring's platoon causes havoc in Walmington-on-Sea during an air-raid.

From 1975.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From February 1975.

Corporal Jones sets out to prove his qualities of leadership, and ends up endangering the whole town.

Mainwaring's platoon causes havoc in Walmington-on-Sea during an air-raid. From 1975.

Mainwaring's platoon causes havoc in Walmington-on-Sea during an air-raid. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From February 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon causes havoc in Walmington-on-Sea during an air-raid.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1975.

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The platoon take action when Mainwaring becomes obsessed with their feet.

The Home Guard are marching with their feet - against Captain Mainwaring's recipe for an efficient fighting force!.

The platoon take action when Mainwaring becomes obsessed with their feet. From 1975.

The platoon take action when Mainwaring becomes obsessed with their feet. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1975.

The Home Guard platoon take action when Captain Mainwaring becomes obsessed with their feet.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

The Home Guard platoon take action when Captain Mainwaring becomes obsessed with their feet.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

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Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield, and the tide is turning! From March 1975.

Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield, and the tide is turning! Adapted from TV with Ian Lavender. From March 1975.

Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield - and the tide is turning!

When Pike gets caught on barbed wire in a minefield, Captain Mainwaring comes to his rescue, treading very, very, carefully.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

When Pike gets caught on barbed wire in a minefield, Captain Mainwaring springs to his rescue - treading very, very, carefully.

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Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield, and the tide is turning! From March 1975.

Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield, and the tide is turning! Adapted from TV with Ian Lavender. From March 1975.

Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield, and the tide is turning!

Barbed wire traps Pike on a seaside minefield - and the tide is turning!

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.
Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

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Thrown out of the platoon by Captain Mainwaring and spurned by his friends, Godfrey has to prove himself, and does!.

Thrown out of the platoon by Captain Mainwaring for being a conscientious objector, Godfrey has to prove himself - and does.

Godfrey is ridiculed when Mainwaring hears he was a conscientious objector.

Godfrey is ridiculed when Mainwaring hears he was a conscientious objector. From 1975.

Godfrey is ridiculed when Mainwaring hears he was a conscientious objector. Adapted from TV with Arnold Ridley. From March 1975.

Godfrey is ridiculed when Captain Mainwaring hears he was a conscientious objector.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

Godfrey is ridiculed when Captain Mainwaring hears he was a conscientious objector.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

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Calamity strikes when the Home Guard and ARP wardens share the church hall.

Calamity strikes when the Home Guard and ARP wardens share the church hall. Adapted from TV with Bill Pertwee. From March 1975.

Adapted from TV with Bill Pertwee.

From March 1975.

Hodges arrives to take over the Church Hall, much to Mainwaring's fury, but events soon turn even hotter!.

When Chief Warden Hodges and his men try to take over the Church Hall, Mainwaring is determined to make things hot for them.

Calamity strikes when the Home Guard and ARP wardens share the church hall.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1975.

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When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Mainwaring to court. From April 1975.

When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Mainwaring to court. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1975.

When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Mainwaring to court.

When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Captain Mainwaring to court.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Captain Mainwaring to court.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

When a light is left on in the Church Hall, the Chief Warden achieves his burning ambition - to haul Mainwaring into court.

When a light shines out in a blackout, Hodges hauls Mainwaring to court.

When a light is left on in the Church Hall, the Chief Warden achieves his burning ambition - to haul Mainwaring into court.

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A cinema trip and illicit cheese sparks Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo. From 1975.

A cinema trip and illicit cheese sparks Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1975.

A cinema visit and an off-the-ration toasted cheese supper set the scene for Captain Mainwaring at the Battle of Waterloo.

A cinema trip and a toasted cheese supper sparks Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo.

A cinema trip and some illicit cheese sparks Captain Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

A cinema trip and some illicit cheese sparks Captain Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

A cinema trip and an illicit toasted cheese supper sparks Captain Mainwaring's own Battle of Waterloo. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1975.

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Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the platoon must tackle a real blaze. From 1975.

Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the platoon must tackle a real blaze. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1975.

Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the platoon must tackle a real blaze.

The Walmington platoon takes part in a commando exercise.

Disguised as firemen, they are diverted to a real blaze.

Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the Walmington-on-Sea platoon must tackle a real blaze.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

Disguised as firemen for an exercise, the Walmington-on-Sea platoon must tackle a real blaze.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

While disguised as firemen as part of a commando exercise, Captain Mainwaring's men must tackle a real blaze. From April 1975.

Whilst disguised as firemen as part of a commando exercise, Captain Mainwaring's men must tackle a real blaze. From April 1975.

The Walmington platoon takes part in a commando exercise. Disguised as firemen, they are diverted to a real blaze...

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Captain Mainwaring's platoon dance is disrupted by Pike's announcement.

Enjoyment of the platoon dance, arranged by Captain Mainwaring to boost the morale of his men, is spoiled when Pike announces his engagement.

The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon dance is disrupted when Pike announces his engagement.

From April 1975.

Adapted from TV with Ian Lavender.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon dance is disrupted by Pike's announcement. From April 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon dance is disrupted by Pike's announcement. Adapted from TV with Ian Lavender. From April 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon dance is disrupted by an announcement from Private Pike.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, and Larry Martyn as Private Walker. With Wendy Richards as Violet Gibbons.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon dance is disrupted by an announcement from Private Pike.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, and Larry Martyn as Private Walker. With Wendy Richards as Violet Gibbons.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

The Walmington-on Sea Home Guard platoon dance is disrupted when Pike announces his engagement. Episode 11 of 20.

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When Captain Mainwaring opens the ranks of his Home Guard platoon to the ladies, the problems are not purely physical.

When Captain Mainwaring opens the ranks of his platoon to the ladies of Walmington, he encounters problems both physical and emotional.

When Captain Mainwaring opens the ranks of his Home Guard platoon to the ladies.

When Mainwaring opens his Home Guard up to women, Mrs Gray catches his eye.

When Mainwaring opens his Home Guard up to women, Mrs Gray catches his eye. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1975.

When Captain Mainwaring decides to open up his Home Guard unit to women, Mrs Gray catches his eye.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Mollie Sugden as Mrs. Fox and Carmen Silvera as Fiona Gray.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

When Captain Mainwaring decides to open up his Home Guard unit to women, Mrs Gray catches his eye.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Mollie Sugden as Mrs. Fox and Carmen Silvera as Fiona Gray.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1975.

When Captain Mainwaring opens the ranks of his Home Guard platoon to the ladies of Walmington, he encounters problems both physical and emotional.

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Butcher Jones is short of meat, so Walker arranges a special off-ration supply.

From 1975.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From May 1975.

Walker arranges to supply Jones with some off-the-ration pigeons - the question is not where they came from, but where to store them.

Walker arranges to supply Jones with off the ration pigeons.

The question is not where they came from, but where to store them.

Walker arranges to supply Corporal Jones with some off-the-ration pigeons.

The question is not where they came from, but where to put them.

Butcher Jones is short of meat, so Walker arranges a special off-ration supply. From 1975.

Butcher Jones is short of meat, so Walker arranges a special off-ration supply. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From May 1975.

Lance Corporal Jones is short of meat at his butcher's shop, so Private Walker arranges a special off-ration supply.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.
Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

Lance Corporal Jones is short of meat at his butcher's shop, so Private Walker arranges a special off-ration supply.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

Walker arranges to supply Jones with off the ration pigeons. The question is not where they came from, but where to store them.

Walker arranges to supply Corporal Jones with some off-the-ration pigeons. The question is not where they came from, but where to put them.

0214Don't Fence Me In1975051320030721 (BBC7)
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Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp.

While the Walmington-on-Sea platoon are in charge of a POW camp, the prisoners escape and a traitor is unearthed...

Captain Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp.

Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp. From May 1975.

Captain Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From May 1975.

Captain Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

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Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

While the Walmington-on-Sea platoon are in charge of a POW camp the prisoners escape and Private Walker is unearthed as a traitor.

0215The King Was In His Counting House1975052020030728 (BBC7)
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When Mainwaring's bank gets bombed, the platoon must guard all the money. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From May 1975.

When Mainwaring's bank gets bombed, the platoon must guard all the money. From May 1975.

When Mainwaring's bank gets bombed, the platoon must guard all the money.

From May 1975.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

When a bomb falls on the strong-room of Mainwaring's bank, he insists that the platoon count and guard the money.

When a bomb falls on the strong-room of Mainwaring's bank, the platoon guard the money.

But first they must count every penny.

When Captain Mainwaring's bank gets bombed in Walmington-on-Sea, his Home Guard platoon must guard all the money.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Wendy Richard as Shirley.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

When Captain Mainwaring's bank gets bombed in Walmington-on-Sea, his Home Guard platoon must guard all the money.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Wendy Richard as Shirley.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

When a bomb falls on the strong-room of Mainwaring's bank, the platoon guard the money. But first they must count every penny.

0216When Did You Last See Your Money?1975052720030804 (BBC7)
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Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces 500 pounds for the servicemen's canteen.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From May 1975.

Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so the platoon try to jog his memory and Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist.

Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces 500 pounds for the servicemen's canteen. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From May 1975.

Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces £500 for the servicemen's canteen.

Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces £500 for the servicemen's canteen.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1975.

Corporal Jones panics when he misplaces £500 for the servicemen's canteen. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From May 1975.

Corporal Jones can't remember how he lost £500, so Private Frazer reveals himself as a hypnotist. From May 1975.

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During platoon training, fellow officers lead Captain Mainwaring astray. From June 1975.

During platoon training, fellow officers lead Captain Mainwaring astray. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1975.

During platoon training, fellow officers lead Captain Mainwaring astray.

On exercise, Captain Mainwaring's maxim that he and his men eat, sleep and fight together comes badly unstuck - as does his sobriety.

During platoon training, fellow officers lead Captain Mainwaring astray.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

On exercise, Mainwaring's maxim that he and his men eat, sleep and fight together comes badly unstuck, as does his sobriety.

Captain Mainwaring's maxim that he and his men eat, sleep and fight together comes badly unstuck. So does his sobriety.

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Captain Mainwaring's aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world. From June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world. Adapted from TV with John Le Mesurier. From June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's complacency is rudely shaken when Wilson, his chief clerk, is given his own branch and promoted to second lieutenant.

Captain Mainwaring's aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world.

Captain Mainwaring is aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world.

Captain Mainwaring is aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Arnold Ridley as Godfrey.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring is aghast when his chief clerk comes up in the world. Adapted from TV with John Le Mesurier. From June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's complacency is shaken when Wilson, his chief clerk, is given his own branch and promoted to second lieutenant.

Captain Mainwaring's complacency is shaken when Wilson is given his own branch and promoted to 2nd Lieut. First broadcast in June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring's complacency is rudely shaken when Wilson, his chief clerk, is given his own branch and promoted to 2nd Lt.

0219All Is Safely Gathered In1975061720030825 (BBC7)
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The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest with help from Hodges. Adapted from TV.

The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest with help from Hodges. Adapted from TV with Bill Pertwee. From June 1975.

The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest - with help from Hodges.

Captain Mainwaring and his men work alongside the wardens to bring in the harvest.

But not even the Vicar can ensure peace.

The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest - with help from Hodges. From June 1975.

The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest - with help from ARP Warden Hodges.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

The platoon battle to bring in a farmer's harvest - with help from ARP Warden Hodges.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring and his men work alongside the wardens to bring in the harvest. First broadcast in July 1975.

Captain Mainwaring and his men work alongside the wardens to bring in the harvest. First Broadcast 17 June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring and his men work alongside the wardens to bring in the harvest. But not even the Vicar can ensure peace.

0220 LASTThe Day The Balloon Went Up1975062420030901 (BBC7)
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Captain Mainwaring and Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort.

Captain Mainwaring and Lance Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort. Stars Arthur Lowe. From June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring and Lance Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort.

Stars Arthur Lowe.

From June 1975.

Why are spitfire pilots reporting the presence of Captain Mainwaring at an unfeasible height?

Captain Mainwaring and Lance Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1975.

Captain Mainwaring and Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1975.

Why are Spitfire pilots reporting the presence of Captain Mainwaring at an unfeasible height? First broadcast in 1975.

Why are spitfire pilots reporting the presence of Captain Mainwaring at an unfeasible height? First broadcast in June 1975.

0301A Man Of Action1976031620030908 (BBC7)
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When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge. From 1976.

When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

Pike has petroleum jelly on his ears - why? He has his head stuck in some railings.

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rom March 1976.

Stupid boy!

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When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge.

From 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From March 1976.

When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Captain Mainwaring in charge.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey and Bill Pertwee as Hodges.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

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With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring's peeved with Wilson.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring's peeved with Wilson. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

A visitor is offered freedom of the town and Captain Mainwaring is unimpressed when Wilson inherits a title.

A Russian visitor is offered freedom of the town, while Captain Mainwaring is unimpressed when Sergeant Wilson inherits a title.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring is peeved with Wilson.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union - Captain Mainwaring is peeved with Sergeant Wilson.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frazer Kerr as the Russian Visitor.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union - Captain Mainwaring is peeved with Sergeant Wilson.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Frazer Kerr as the Russian Visitor.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring is peeved with Wilson. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

A visitor is offered freedom of the town and Captain Mainwaring is unimpressed when Wilson inherits a title. From March 1976.

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With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring's peeved with Wilson. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring's peeved with Wilson.

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The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox. From March 1976.

The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.

As the Home Guard tackles the Cornish Floral Dance, who will play Lady Godiva in the Spitfire Procession?

The platoon holds a Spitfire fundraiser, but Corporal Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Mollie Sugden as Mrs Fox.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

The platoon holds a Spitfire fundraiser, but Corporal Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Mollie Sugden as Mrs Fox.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

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The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox. From March 1976.

The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From March 1976.

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The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox. From March 1976.

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The platoon hold a Spitfire fundraiser, but Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.

The platoon holds a Spitfire fundraiser, but Corporal Jones is pining for Mrs Fox.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Mollie Sugden as Mrs Fox.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1976.

As the Home Guard tackles the Cornish Floral Dance, who will play Lady Godiva in the Spitfire Procession? From March 1976.

Who will end up practically nude on a horse for the Lady Godiva procession? Arthur Lowe stars.

0304Keep Young And Beautiful1976040620030929 (BBC7)
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New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard.

From 1976.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From April 1976.

When the war office issues a new policy on age, Captain Mainwaring and the gang are driven to desperate measures.

New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard. From 1976.

New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker amd Michael Burlington as the Wig Maker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles. Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

Episode x04 of 26

New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From April 1976.

Episode 26 of 26

Episode 04 of 26

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker amd Michael Burlington as the Wig Maker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles. Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

Join Captain Mainwaring and his home guard down at Walmington-on-Sea.

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New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard.

New War Office policy sparks drastic action amongst the platoon's old guard.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker amd Michael Burlington as the Wig Maker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles. Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

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Mainwaring returns to platoon insubordination and an escaped convict.

Captain Mainwaring returns to platoon insubordination - and an escaped convict.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.
Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

Mainwaring returns to platoon insubordination - and an escaped convict. From April 1976.

Captain Mainwaring returns to platoon insubordination - and an escaped convict.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Additional music by Dennis Gomm.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

Mainwaring returns to platoon insubordination and an escaped convict. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1976.

From April 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

While the cat's away, there's major insubordination amongst the Home Guard - and an escaped convict is on the loose.

While the cat's away, there's major insubordination amongst the Home Guard - and an escaped convict is on the loose. From 1976.

Join Captain Mainwaring and his home guard down at Walmington-on-Sea in this episode from April 1976.

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The platoon take action when a new High Explosive Attack Device goes haywire.

The Walmington-on-Sea platoon take action when a new High Explosive Attack Device goes haywire.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, John Barron as Colonel Pearce and Michael Knowles as Captain Stewart.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

The Walmington-on-Sea platoon take action when a new High Explosive Attack Device goes haywire.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, John Barron as Colonel Pearce and Michael Knowles as Captain Stewart.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

The platoon take action when a new High Explosive Attack Device goes haywire. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1976.

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From April 1976. Captain Mainwaring's platoon go into action when the new High Explosive Attack Device goes awry!

Passing out from April 1976, Captain Mainwaring's platoon go into action when the new High Explosive Attack Device goes awry!

Passing out from April 1976, Captain Mainwaring's platoon go into action when a new High Explosive Attack Device goes awry!

Captain Mainwaring's platoon go into action when the new High Explosive Attack Device goes awry!

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Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute.

Captain Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute. From April 1976.

Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From April 1976.

Private Walker's found a parachute and made it into ladies' knickers, but Captain Mainwaring is worried about enemy implications!

Captain Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 1976.

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Private Walker finds a parachute and makes it into ladies knickers, but Captain Mainwaring is worried about enemy implications!

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As the platoon guard a German U-boat crew, their captain starts making a list.

As the Walmington-on-Sea platoon attempt to guard a German U-boat crew, their captain starts making a list.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Frank Williams as the Vicar and Philip Madoc as Captain Muller.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

As the platoon guard a German U-boat crew, their captain starts making a list. From 1976.

As the platoon guard a German U-boat crew, their captain starts making a list. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From May 1976.

From 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From May 1976.

A desperate Nazi captain puts Mainwaring and the Home Guard on the spot.

Don't tell him (anything) Pike!

As the Walmington-on-Sea platoon attempt to guard a German U-boat crew, their captain starts making a list.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Frank Williams as the Vicar and Philip Madoc as Captain Muller.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

A desperate Nazi captain puts Mainwaring and the Home Guard on the spot. Don't tell him (anything) Pike! From May 1976.

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Jones's van runs out of petrol, so the platoon must shelter in a spooky house.

Jones's van runs out of petrol, so the platoon must shelter in a spooky house. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From May 1976.

It's a stormy night and the men being lost are forced to stay in an empty house.

It's a stormy night and the men being lost are forced to stay in an empty house. From May 1976.

Corporal Jones's van runs out of petrol, so the Home Guard platoon must take shelter in a spooky house.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

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Walmington's warm welcome for American troops backfires.

Walmington-on-Sea's warm welcome for American troops backfires.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Jack Watson as Colonel Schultz, Mollie Sugden as Mrs Fox and Wendy Richard as Shirley.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

Walmington's warm welcome for American troops backfires. From May 1976.

Walmington's warm welcome for American troops backfires. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and Mollie Sugden. From May 1976.

From May 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe and Mollie Sugden.

The Americans arrive in Walmington and the platoon gives them a warm British welcome.

With Mollie Sugden and Wendy Richard.

The Americans arrive and the soldiers set about showing them something truly British.

Walmington-on-Sea's warm welcome for American troops backfires.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Jack Watson as Colonel Schultz, Mollie Sugden as Mrs Fox and Wendy Richard as Shirley.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

The Americans arrive in Walmington and the platoon gives them a warm British welcome. With Mollie Sugden and Wendy Richard.

The Americans arrive and the soldiers set about showing them something truly British. First heard May, 1976.

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Mainwaring's men spark Walmington havoc as they try to fire a large naval gun.

Captain Mainwaring's platoon spark havoc in Walmington-on-Sea when they try to fire a large naval gun.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Julian Orchard as Mr Upton and Michael Middleton as The Pickford's Man.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

Mainwaring's men spark Walmington havoc as they try to fire a large naval gun. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From May 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From May 1976.

As the Home Guard gets to grips with a new gun, is it Walmington or the Germans that should be quaking in their boots?

As the Home Guard gets to grips with a new gun, is it Warmington or the Germans that should be quaking in their boots?

Captain Mainwaring's platoon spark havoc in Walmington-on-Sea when they try to fire a large naval gun.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Julian Orchard as Mr Upton and Michael Middleton as The Pickford's Man.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 1976.

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Mainwaring wants a parade mascot, so he decides the platoon must catch one.

Captain Mainwaring wants a parade mascot, so he decides his Home Guard platoon must catch one.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Mainwaring wants a parade mascot, so he decides the platoon must catch one. From 1976.

Mainwaring wants a parade mascot, so he decides the platoon must catch one. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1976.

From 1976.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

From June 1976.

The platoon need a mascot so they set off to the nearest field to find one.

Captain Mainwaring wants a parade mascot, so he decides his Home Guard platoon must catch one.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

The platoon need a mascot so they set off to the nearest field to find one. From June 1976.

The platoon need a mascot so they set off to the nearest field to find one. First heard June 1976.

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Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station and so do their rescuers.

Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station, but so do their rescuers from the rest of the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station and so do their rescuers. From 1976.

Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station and so do their rescuers. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1976.

The platoon is trapped below ground and unfortunately Hodges is with them.

Walker and Godfrey get trapped in a pumping station, but so do their rescuers from the rest of the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

The platoon are trapped below ground and unfortunately Hodges is with them. A classic caper from June 1976.

The platoon is trapped below ground and unfortunately Hodges is with them. A classic caper from June 1976.

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Onion-less Hodges hounds the platoon, which has Jones's van for an exercise.

Jones's van is commandeered for the platoon's anti-tank gun exercise - but the trouble is that it's also full of Hodges' consignment of onions.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Onion-less Hodges hounds the platoon which has Jones' van for an exercise.

Onion-less Hodges hounds the platoon which has Jones' van for an exercise. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1976.

The Home Guard have been issued with an anti-tank gun and they have attached it to the back of Jones' van! From June 1976.

The Home Guard have been issued with an anti-tank gun and they have attached it to the back of Jones' van! From June 197.

The Home Guard have been issued with an anti-tank gun and they've attached it to the back of Jones's van. From June 1976.

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Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon waits for the King at the station.

Captain Mainwaring gets up steam when the Home Guard platoon receive sealed orders regarding the King.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Captain Mainwaring gets up steam when the Home Guard platoon receive sealed orders regarding the King.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker and Frank Williams as the Vicar.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon waits for the King at the station. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1976.

Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon wait for the King at the station. From 1976.

Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon wait for the King at the station. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From June 1976.

The Home Guard are at the train station waiting for King George. First heard in June 1976.

The Home Guard are at the train station waiting for King George. From June 1976.

The Home Guard are at the train station waiting for King George. First heard June 1976.

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Jones and Godfrey goof on a platoon exercise involving live ammunition.

Corporal Jones and Private Godfrey blunder on a Home Guard platoon exercise using live ammunition.

(The original TV episode has a very visual plot and is called 'The Desperate Drive of Corporal Jones', so changes were made to make it more meaningful for listeners).

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1976.

Jones and Godfrey goof on a platoon exercise involving live ammunition. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From June 1976.

The Home Guard are on a training exercise protecting a barn. Unfortunately, live ammunition is involved.

The Home Guard are on a training exercise protecting a barn.

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Mainwaring realises Corporal Jones's money troubles involve the whole platoon.

Captain Mainwaring realises Corporal Jones's money troubles involve the whole platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

Mainwaring realises Corporal Jones's money troubles involve the whole platoon. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From July 1976.

Corporal Jones is in financial trouble, and the platoon attempt to sort it out. First broadcast July 1976.

Corporal Jones is in financial trouble, and the platoon attempt to sort it out.

Corporal Jones is in financial trouble and the platoon attempt to sort it out. First broadcast July 1976. With Ian Lavender.

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With Mainwaring in hospital, the Vicar and the Verger spark platoon unrest.

With Captain Mainwaring in hospital, the Vicar and the Verger spark unrest in the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

With Captain Mainwaring in hospital, the Vicar and the Verger spark unrest in the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

With Mainwaring in hospital, the Vicar and the Verger spark platoon unrest. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From July 1976.

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The platoon must pave the way for a convoy, but then the circus turns up.

The Home Guard platoon must pave the way for a convoy, but then the circus turns up.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

The Home Guard platoon must pave the way for a convoy, but then the circus turns up.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

The platoon must pave the way for a convoy, but then the circus turns up. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From July 1976.

The platoon must pave the way for a convoy, but then the circus turns up. From July 1976.

The Platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town. Classic comedy from 1976.

The Platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town. Classic comedy from 1976.

The Platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town. Classic comedy from 1976.

The Platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town. Classic comedy from 1976.

The Platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town.

The platoon is given an important task, but unfortunately the circus is coming to town. First heard July 1976.

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Mainwaring goes into bat when the platoon are challenged to play the wardens.

Captain Mainwaring goes into bat when the Home Guard platoon are challenged to play a match against the wardens.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

Mainwaring goes into bat when the platoon are challenged to play the wardens. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From July 1976.

Captain Mainwaring goes into bat when the Home Guard platoon are challenged to play a match against the wardens.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Edward Sinclair as the Verger and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1976.

The platoon take part in a cricket match against the wardens. Guess who's captain? First broadcast July 1976.

The platoon takes part in a cricket match against the wardens. First broadcast July 1976.

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The platoon battle to rescue a German pilot hanging off the Town Hall clock.

The Home Guard platoon try to capture a German pilot hanging off the Town Hall clock in Walmington-on-Sea.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Erik Chitty as Mr Parsons and Fraser Kerr as the German pilot.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

The platoon battle to rescue a German pilot stranded on the Town Hall clock.

The platoon battle to rescue a German pilot stranded on the Town Hall clock. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From July 1976.

The enemy isn't so much at the gates, but on the Town Hall roof - how will the platoon get him down?

The enemy isn't so much at the gates, but on the Town Hall roof.

The Home Guard platoon try to capture a German pilot hanging off the Town Hall clock in Walmington-on-Sea.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Erik Chitty as Mr Parsons and Fraser Kerr as the German pilot.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

The enemy isn't so much at the gates, but on the Town Hall roof - how will the platoon get him down? First heard August 1976.

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Jones mistakenly shoots a bird, which ends up in the oven for local old folk.

Corporal Jones mistakenly shoots a bird, so the platoon hatch a plan to cook it for the old folk of Walmington-on-Sea.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Frank Williams as the Vicar, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Pike and Harold Bennett as Mr Blewitt.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

Jones mistakenly shoots a bird which ends up in the oven for local old folk. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From August 1976.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From August 1976.

Corporal Jones inadvertently shoots a turkey, and to make amends a dinner is organised for local pensioners.

Corporal Jones inadvertently shoots a turkey and, to make amends, a dinner is organised for local pensioners.

Corporal Jones inadvertently shoots a turkey, and to make amends a dinner is organised for local pensioners. From August 1976.

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When a French general visits, there is a mighty platoon motoring mix-up.

When a French general pays a visit to Walmington-on-Sea, there's a mighty motoring mix-up for the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Betty Marsden as Lady Maltby and Garrard Green as Colonel Masters.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

When a French general visits, there's a mighty platoon motoring mix-up. With Arthur Lowe.

When a French general visits, there's a mighty platoon motoring mix-up. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From August 1976.

The platoon is in a spot of bother with two Rolls Royces.

From August 1976.

When a French general visits - there's a mighty platoon motoring mix-up.

Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe.

When a French general pays a visit to Walmington-on-Sea, there's a mighty motoring mix-up for the Home Guard platoon.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Betty Marsden as Lady Maltby and Garrard Green as Colonel Masters.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

When a French general visits, there is a mighty platoon motoring mix-up. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From August 1976.

The platoon is in a spot of bother with two Rolls Royces. From August 1976.

The platoon are in a spot of bother with two Rolls Royces.

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Jones fights back as a new recruit rakes up their military past.

Corporal Jones fights back - as a new Home Guard platoon recruit rakes up their military past.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Michael Bates as Mr Clarke and Avril Angers as Edna.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

Jones fights back as a new platoon recruit rakes up their military past. With Clive Dunn.

Jones fights back as a new platoon recruit rakes up their military past. Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn. From August 1976.

Lance Corporal Jones meets his nemesis when a new recruit comes to join the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard.

Lance Corporal Jones meets his nemesis when a new recruit comes to join the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard.

Lance Corporal Jones meets his nemesis when a new recruit arrives.

Jones fights back as a new platoon recruit rakes up their military past.

Adapted from TV with Clive Dunn.

From August 1976.

Corporal Jones fights back - as a new Home Guard platoon recruit rakes up their military past.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Bill Pertwee as Hodges, Larry Martyn as Private Walker, Michael Bates as Mr Clarke and Avril Angers as Edna.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

Lance Corporal Jones meets his nemesis when a new recruit comes to join the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard. From August 1976.

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A new aerodrome threatens Godfrey's idyllic cottage with demolition.

A new aerodrome threatens Private Godfrey's idyllic cottage with demolition.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Joan Cooper as Cissie Godfrey and Fraser Kerr as the Colonel/ Sir Charles Renfrew McAlistair.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.
Producer: John Dyas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

When plans for a new airfield are announced, Godfrey fears his cottage will be demolished.

When plans for building a new airfield in the neighbourhood are announced, Godfrey is worried his cottage will be demolished. Adapted from TV with Arnold Ridley. From August 1976.

When plans for building a new airfield in the neighbourhood are announced, Godfrey is worried his cottage will be demolished.

Frank still hasn't cottoned on to the fact that Uncle Arthur stays over with Frank's mother.

A new aerodrome threatens Private Godfrey's idyllic cottage with demolition.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Joan Cooper as Cissie Godfrey and Fraser Kerr as the Colonel/ Sir Charles Renfrew McAlistair.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1976.

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The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon is chosen to take part in a worldwide radio broadcast with HM King George VI.

But who will do the sound effects?

The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show.

The platoon is set to take part in a secret worldwide radio broadcast. Adapted from TV with Arthur Lowe. From September 1976.

The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon is set to take part in a secret worldwide radio broadcast.

Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson, Clive Dunn as Corporal Jones, John Laurie as Private Frazer, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike, Frank Thornton as the BBC producer and Larry Martyn as Private Walker.

Adapted for radio from Jimmy Perry and David Croft's TV scripts by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Producer: John Dyas

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 1976.

The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show, also featuring the King. But who will do the sound effects?