Gullible Lenny has heard a voice from above, and is waiting for more information. So his friends ensure that he is well set-up for receiving messages.
Clegg finds himself looking after a dog for the day, but when Truly, Billy and Alvin arrive at his house, the animal becomes a ferocious guard dog.
Hobbo gets into a number of dangerous situations, including telling everyone that Nelly is his mother, and attracting Marina's attention. Show more
Toby begins to realise that the benefits of going back to his ex-wife far outweigh the advantages of living alone, so sets about winning her back. Show more
When Nora Batty enquires about the mystery woman seen with him, Alvin feels it his duty to do what any man would do, and lead her on.
Billy can't believe his luck. Just when recruitment for his Merry Men is at a low, out of the blue comes this letter from an enthusiast.
Auntie Wainwright finally admits that she needs a new means of transport and sends Tom and Smiler to collect it. It's everything they want...almost.
Gentle sitcom set in a Yorkshire village. Howard discovers there are better ways than the mobile phone to contact other nature lovers. Show more
To ease his lot, Howard devises a simple scheme to change his appearance enough to fool even Pearl.
Gentle comedy. Howard is embarrassed when he bumps into a female acquaintance from his past, and Truly makes matters worse. Show more
Howard gets a great deal when he buys a used car, but the attention he gets from a burly local is rather more than he bargained for.
Compo, Clegg and Foggy find that bath time can be a moving experience, as they help to take a cast iron bath to Marina as a present from Howard.
Howard finds that his new bike is difficult to conceal from Pearl, and with a friend like Clegg, all his worries are multiplied. Show more
Howard needs a way to be in two places at once when he discovers that he's supposed to be taking Pearl and Marina out to dinner at the same time. Show more
Sitcom. Barry's prize in a competition is a really big problem - not just for him but everyone who helps get rid of it.
Sitcom. It is nearly time for the annual parade to celebrate a famous battle. The lifelike effigy of the old General has been spruced up.
Sitcom. Lionel has a habit of being unpredictable, so when he just walks off and leaves his wife while out for a drive in the hills she isn't too surprised.
Sitcom. To celebrate the birthday of his famous ancestor, Robin Hood, Billy proudly wears a green suit.
Truly deduces that Barry must be up to something sinister - why else would he be found in the wood with a suitcase?
When Clegg, Truly and Alvin are volunteered to go to a remote farm and take some old-timers out for a day, they find them less than happy with the idea.