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 1 is repeated on Gold on Wednesday at 8:20pm.

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The danger of constantly celebrating the past

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James Cary, Sitcom Geek, 14th March 2016

David Croft would be 'turning in his grave' at remakes

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Tom Bryant & Peter Robertson, The Mirror, 21st February 2016

The real-life wars of Dad's Army actor Arnold Ridley

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BBC News, 5th February 2016

Video: Footage of original Dad's Army cast unearthed

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BBC News, 5th February 2016

Veteran calls Dad's Army a 'total injustice'

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Sarah Doran, Radio Times, 3rd February 2016

Dad's Army was a strikingly accurate portrayal

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Norman Longmate, The Guardian, 2nd February 2016

Radio Times review

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Mark Braxton, Radio Times, 2nd February 2016

Extraordinary bravery of the real-life Dad's Army

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Joseph Curtis, Daily Mail, 1st February 2016

Dad's Army soldiers on: it's still a sitcom masterclass

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Mark Lawson, The Guardian, 29th January 2016

Radio Times review

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Mark Braxton, Radio Times, 26th January 2016