Wartime sitcom. It is the night of the Home Guard Dance, and Pike has brought a girlfriend, but is she suitable for a respectable young bank clerk?
Classic wartime sitcom. For Wings of Victory week, Mainwaring and his troops stage the story of St George, but end up with one dragon too many.
Classic sitcom. During an exercise, Captain Mainwaring takes the role of a highly important secret agent. The regular army try to prevent him completing his mission.
Classic wartime sitcom. Captain Mainwaring declares martial law when a bomb drops on the outskirts of Walmington-on-Sea.
Classic wartime sitcom. Captain Mainwaring's platoon decide to perform a morris dance to raise funds for the Walmington-on-Sea Spitfire fund.
Classic wartime sitcom. Mainwaring is overjoyed when he is offered the use of a Rolls-Royce but gets a shock when it returns from its trip to be camouflaged. Show more
Classic wartime sitcom. When the platoon members are ordered to play Nazi soldiers in a training film, Captain Mainwaring is far from happy. Show more
Classic sitcom. The Chief Warden challenges Captain Mainwaring to a game of cricket. Featuring a guest appearance by English cricket legend Fred Trueman. Show more
Classic wartime sitcom. Mainwaring's platoon is in a barn which is the target for some 25-pounders, but only Jones knows of the danger.
Classic wartime sitcom. Walker arranges for Jones to get some off-ration pigeons - but did they come from Trafalgar Square?
Wartime sitcom. When a bomb falls on the vault of Captain Mainwaring's bank, he insists that the platoon count the money and guard it.
A special Christmas episode from 1976. Three oranges are to be auctioned, and Captain Mainwaring is determined to get one for his wife. Show more
Classic wartime sitcom. Corporal Jones is put to the test and the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard ensure that he is not found wanting.
Classic wartime sitcom. Captain Mainwaring and his platoon are instructed to guard a captive U-boat crew. Are they up to the job?
Classic wartime sitcom. As the first contingent of American soldiers arrives in Walmington-on-Sea, Captain Mainwaring and his troops prepare to welcome them.
Classic wartime sitcom. Captain Mainwaring is annoyed when a death elevates Sergeant Wilson to the fringes of the aristocracy.
Classic sitcom. Captain Mainwaring is temporarily in hospital. During his absence, Sergeant Wilson allows the vicar to join the platoon.
Classic wartime sitcom. Mainwaring starts an advertising campaign to increase recruiting but Wilson mixes up the photographs for the poster. Show more
Classic sitcom featuring the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea. The platoon is sent a huge naval gun - but how does it work? What's more, where is it pointing?
In the last episode ever made of the classic wartime sitcom, Corporal Jones falls in love and decides to marry.