Mainwaring and Wilson are in the bank when an unexpected guest drops in.
The bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question.
Mainwaring plots to get Frazer's hoard of gold sovereigns into his bank.
Victoria Wood presents the true story behind Britain's timeless comedy.
Mainwaring and his troops stage a battle of St George versus the dragon.
Captain Mainwaring's platoon masquerade as traitors to test the town.
Mainwaring's recruitment drive gets off to a bad start.
Mainwaring decides that Jones's bank account has been in the red too long.
Captain Mainwaring's team attempt to bring ashore a downed German Luftwaffe aircraft crew.
Mainwaring is overjoyed when he is offered the use of a Rolls-Royce.
The platoon decide to Morris dance at a festival.
During an exercise, Captain Mainwaring poses as a secret agent.
A big exercise is jeopardised when the platoon find a steam engine blocking the road.
While Captain Mainwaring is in hospital, Sergeant Wilson lets the vicar join the platoon.
The van transporting the platoon breaks down outside what looks like a deserted house.
Captain Mainwaring and his platoon are instructed to guard a captive U-boat crew.
Mainwaring finds himself in court after a light is left burning in the church hall.
Pike loses his way in a minefield during night manoeuvres.
Captain Mainwaring sets up an observation post in the lighthouse.
Captain Mainwaring and the platoon spend the weekend at a training camp.
1975 Christmas special. Captain Mainwaring has an unexpected and most unwelcome guest.
The platoon help a widowed lady friend of Private Godfrey to gather in the harvest.
Wilson moves to Eastgate to be manager of their bank and joins their Home Guard.
The platoon is chosen for special duties during the testing of a secret weapon.
Captain Mainwaring declares martial law when a bomb drops on Walmington-on-Sea.
When a bomb falls on Capt Mainwaring's bank, he insists that the platoon guard the money.