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Dad's Army: Complete Radio Series 3

Length: 12 hrs and 43 mins
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Here are 26 episodes from the third BBC Radio series starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, and Clive Dunn, plus the pilot episode of It Sticks Out Half a Mile.

In 1973, the BBC adapted its hit wartime TV series for radio, featuring the original television cast and characters. Three series were broadcast between 1974 and 1976, with episodes adapted by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.

Now you can enjoy once again these unique recordings, with a supporting cast including John Laurie, Arnold Ridley and Ian Lavender.

Among the 26 episodes are "A Man of Action", "Keep Young and Beautiful", "Absent Friends", "The Deadly Attachment", "Things That Go Bump in the Night", "My British Buddy", "Asleep in the Deep", "Time on My Hands" and "Is There Honey Still for Tea"?

Also included is the 1981 pilot episode of the radio sequel to Dad's Army, It Sticks Out Half a Mile, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier.

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Great until last one

I enjoyed this right up to the last episode. It sounded as though Arthur Lowe was totally drunk through the entire performance. It shouldn’t have been added in. It basically ruined the rest of it especially as it was the last one. Very disappointing. I would recommend the rest of them & the previous releases. They were all quite entertaining