Beloved sitcom about the struggles of a Home Guard platoon during World War II who are fighting incompetence, age and pomposity more than Nazis.
Feature-length film version of the classic sitcom about the Home Guard unit of a small seaside town.
Whilst the Walmington-On-Sea Home Guard are most famous for their exploits on television, they did also carry out their duty on the wireless.
New priest Neil Boyd is shocked by the real world of ecclesiastical life when he's placed with the eccentric Father Duddleswell.
AJ Wentworth is an old-fashioned maths master at a prep school during the forties - weak on discipline but strong on dignity, he is prone to disaster.
Leonard Swindley has left Gamma Garments and now finds himself as assistant manager at a national chain store, Dobson and Hawks.
Leonard Swindley, having been sacked from Dobson and Hawks, sets out with his previous manager in a ghost-hunting venture.
Gentle sitcom following a group of pensioners living in Yorkshire. This show was Britain's longest-running TV sitcom.
Neville Suttcliffe owns a Blackpool fish and chip shop. When his estranged father dies, Neville inherits half of his seaside rock factory and moves south to run it.
The Earl has died and his man-servant, Bodkin is aghast to find that Clifford, the son of a naughty cousin, has inherited the title.