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 4 is repeated on Gold tomorrow at 8:20pm.

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Fawlty Towers named comedians' favourite sitcom

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British Comedy Guide, 4th January 2017

Preview - Dad's Army: The Love of Three Oranges

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Ian Wolf, On The Box, 27th December 2016

A last interview with the man who made Dad's Army

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Neil Clark, The Telegraph, 25th December 2016

MPs roll out Dad's Army catchphrases

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BBC News, 27th October 2016

Why Dad's Army has never been beaten in British comedy

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Michael Henderson, The Telegraph, 25th October 2016

Jimmy Perry dies aged 93

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British Comedy Guide, 23rd October 2016

You can't have your sitcom and eat it

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James Cary, Sitcom Geek, 14th September 2016

BBC comedy classics go on display

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Paul Merton and Adil Ray, BBC News, 10th July 2016

America: where British sitcoms go to die

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Andrew Collins, The Guardian, 22nd June 2016

Dad's Army soldiers on - and it's still a sitcom master

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Mark Lawson, The Guardian, 7th April 2016