Jon Pertwee, Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray and Ronnie Barker star in four hilarious radio episodes - including the special "Queen's Silver Jubilee" edition. "Stormy Weather (Bashing Six Kinds of Brick Dust)" - 22 November 1963. Heather has a dust up with Sub-Lieutenant Phillips about their engagement. Will he ever pop the question? "Chasing the 'Kepeac' (Doing an Unfortunate)" - 29 November 1963. The Admiral orders Captain Povey to search for a 'ghost ship'. Pertwee's got the wind up him and it's so foggy that Phillips can't see what his left-hand-down-a-bit is doing. Luckily, Phillips knows exactly where they are - lost. "Smugglers in the Solent (Taking Some Liberties)" - 18 July 1965. Customs and Excise ask HMS Troutbridge to help stop a small boat landing contraband on the Isle of Wight and then being ferried to the mainland. Why is Pertwee acting so nervously? And will Phillips' date be waiting for his return? "The Jubilee Navy Lark - The Queen's Silver Jubilee Edition (The BBC are Sending the Bill to Buckingham Palace)" - 16 July 1977. There's a rail strike and the entire crew can't get back to the Royal Yacht Britannia. The Admiral suggests a relief crew is provided, but the only ship left in port is HMS Troutbridge...These four classic comedy episodes also feature Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates.
Publisher: BBC Audio, A Division Of Random House
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