All 20 episodes from the ninth series of this much-loved BBC radio classic comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips, and Jon Pertwee.
This audiobook set contains the episodes:
With a starring cast of Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips, and Jon Pertwee, ably supported by Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Ronnie Barker, Tenniel Evans, and Michael Bates, The Navy Lark remains buoyant after all these years.
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"All aboard HMS Troutbridge"
Classic radio comedy from yesteryear. I'm a big fan of vintage radio comedy. It's great to hear the complete series. Having the whole series in order gives an overarching direction to the antics the crew of HMS Troutbridge get up to. It also helps for plot development even though the episodes can stand alone.
The Navy Lark can be compared to other vintage comedies of the 50s,60s and 70s. It stands tall with other giants like The Goon Show, and Hancock's Half Hour.
The full cast recording features some favourite old school household names. Leslie Phillips, Jon Pertwee and Ronnie Barker. They all bring their amazing comic personas to the show and their ability to flex their vocal characterisations (Jon Pertwee and Ronnie Barker are excellent as Commander Weatherby and Rear Admiral Ironbridge respectively).
They already made a film in 1959 based on the radio show. Only Leslie Phillips appeared in it from the radio cast.
Would love to see more of these complete series available through audible - Hancock's Half Hour, The Goon Show, The Navy Lark, Round the Horn, etc.
"Wonderful Vintage Fun"
The further adventures of the hapless crew of HMS Troutbridge. As you would expect there are few surprises to be had, just plenty of fun and laughter. These episodes are from a time of gentle comedy and are enjoyable to all ages. Each episode is a standalone story and can be listened to in any order although a few themes do carry over.I strongly recommend this series to anyone.
Thw boys of HMS Troutbridge are as funny as ever. Deserving their longevity as the record breaking radio sitcom.
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