Dad's Army. Image shows from L to R: Private Godfrey (Arnold Ridley), Lance Corporal Jones (Clive Dunn), Private Walker (James Beck), Captain Mainwaring (Arthur Lowe), Private Frazer (John Laurie), Sergeant Wilson (John Le Mesurier), Private Pike (Ian Lavender).

Dad's Army

BBC One sitcom about a home guard unit. 80 episodes (9 series), 1968 - 1977. Stars Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, John Laurie and others.

Series 3, Episode 9 is repeated on Gold tomorrow at 3:40pm.

Series 6

1. The Deadly Attachment

First broadcast: Wednesday 31st October 1973

It is the day the men have been waiting for. When they are asked to watch the crew of a U Boat, they get the chance to meet some Germans face-to-face. But the German Captain has plans to escape, and some names on his list.

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2. My British Buddy

First broadcast: Wednesday 7th November 1973

The Americans have joined the war - finally - and some of them are coming to Walmington. It is decided to celebrate their arrival with a darts match in one of the local pubs. The plan does not go well.

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3. The Royal Train

First broadcast: Wednesday 14th November 1973

The platoon go to the railway station in order to honour the King, who is travelling through. When another train blocks the line, Mainwaring decides to move the train himself, but then there is the small matter of stopping it.

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4. We Know Our Onions

First broadcast: Wednesday 21st November 1973

The platoon go on a course with a van full of onions that Walker has sold to Hodges. While the men start to fall behind in their training, Hodges makes an attempt to get his onions.

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5. The Honourable Man

First broadcast: Wednesday 28th November 1973

A member of the Soviet Union is visiting Walmington, and it is up to Mainwaring to make a speech. However, it looks like Wilson may replace him after the Sergeant inherits a family title and becomes 'The Honourable Arthur Wilson'.

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6. Things That Go Bump In The Night

First broadcast: Wednesday 5th December 1973

The van runs out of petrol in the middle of a huge storm, so the platoon have to take shelter in a large, dark and gloomy house.

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7. The Recruit

First broadcast: Wednesday 12th December 1973

While Captain Mainwaring is in hospital, the Vicar and the Verger decide to join the Home Guard. Mainwaring is not pleased about it, but there is nothing he can do, so he sends them out to patrol with Jones's men.

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