Holiday-camp humour. Joe Maplin orders Jeffrey to assist in the demolition of a cottage which stands in the way of his expansion plans.
Classic sitcom. Peggy, Ted and all the staff decide to rally round to protect Fred and his threatened horses.
Holiday camp fun. As Barry and Yvonne dance to Diaghilev, Spike jokes to Pinocchio, and Ted contrives to confound Joe Maplin's empire expansion plans.
Holiday camp sitcom. Chaos reigns when Joe Maplin demotes Gladys and appoints a new supervisor.
Holiday-camp sitcom. Spike is in love, and his prospective father-in-law wants him to join the family business.
Classic holiday camp sitcom. Joe Maplin commissions his own statue and has specific instructions issued for the unveiling. But all does not go according to plan.
Classic holiday-camp sitcom. Ted is left out in the cold when the ballroom dancers throw a party.
Sitcom. Fairbrother's wife sends her boyfriend to Jeffrey to ask him for a divorce. With the professor unwilling to cooperate, they start to dig for evidence. Show more
Classic sitcom. Captain Peacock is having marital problems due to his infidelities. He's about to be thrown out of the house. Show more
Classic sitcom. Mrs Slocombe tries to act out a romantic dream she has had about Mr Humphries.
Classic comedy series set at Maplin's Holiday Camp in 1959. Ted Bovis's ex-wife turns up at the camp with a bailiff in tow, demanding arrears of her maintenance. Show more
Department store sitcom. Business is so poor that the staff are asked to take a ten per cent pay cut - resulting in a rooftop protest.
After several days of rain, the exhausted staff have exhausted their repertoire of indoor amusements.
Holiday camp comedy. Peggy the chalet maid has a burning ambition to become a Yellowcoat, so Jeffrey arranges an interview for her.
Holiday-camp sitcom. A drunken Fairbrother is escorted to his chalet by predatory Yellowcoat Gladys Pugh.
Vintage sitcom. After a secret visit to the camp, Joe Maplin decides that Gladys should be put in charge of the Yellowcoats.
Holiday-camp sitcom. The local council plans to build a hospital next to the camp. Joe Maplin has other ideas.
Holiday-camp humour with the Yellowcoats at Maplin's. There's an outbreak of graffiti in the camp.
Sitcom. Ted Bovis is offered the chance to hire an artistic but explicit film to show to the male campers.
With the council planning to build a hospital next to the camp, Joe Maplin sends a box of money to Jeffrey with orders to bribe the councillors. Show more