Mainwaring and Wilson are in the bank when an unexpected guest drops in.
The men add an armoured car to their fighting strength.
The bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question.
Mainwaring's motley crew is put in charge of a vital telephone line.
Corporal Jones falls in love and decides to marry.
The platoon decide to Morris dance at a festival.
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.
Pike loses his way in a minefield during night manoeuvres.
Mainwaring's men are sent to guard the local POW camp.
Captain Mainwaring and his men take to the water when they acquire a platoon boat.
Marr concludes his series with a vivid account of Britain in the Second World War.
Captain Mainwaring sets up an observation post in the lighthouse.
Captain Mainwaring starts a foot-hardening programme.
Walmington-on-Sea has a parade to mark War Weapons Week.
Captain Mainwaring and the platoon spend the weekend at a training camp.
1975 Christmas special. Captain Mainwaring has an unexpected and most unwelcome guest.
Wilson moves to Eastgate to be manager of their bank and joins their Home Guard.
Walker arranges for Jones to get some off-ration pigeons.
A cinema visit and a toasted cheese supper make Mainwaring dream that he is Napoleon.
The platoon is chosen for special duties during the testing of a secret weapon.
When a bomb falls on Capt Mainwaring's bank, he insists that the platoon guard the money.
Frazer loses a vital part of a gun he was responsible for.
Melvyn visits the site of the first Home Guard training school in Osterley.
The ingenuity of Mainwaring's men is put to the test.