All 16 episodes from the eleventh series of the hugely popular, long-running BBC radio comedy starring Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee.
This audiobook comprises the episodes 'Commander Murray and the Squatters'; 'What Is the SSE?'; 'Pertwee Climbs Up the Promotion Ladder'; 'Stranded'; 'Sir Willoughby's Party'; 'The Fleet Initiative Test'; 'CPO Pertwee's Long Service Medal'; 'The Phenomenal Pertwee Tug'; 'The Security Clampdown'; 'The Anniversary and the Washing'; 'The Forbodians Hijack Troutbridge'; 'Number One Gets Married'; 'The Honeymooners Return'; 'CPO Pertwee and the Lead Half Crowns'; 'Sub-Lt Phillips to Leave for Dartmouth and The Mark 31 Radar'. Bonus items include Alastair Scott Johnston's introductions and sign-offs to two of the double recording sessions plus outtakes from several shows.
A PDF booklet is also included, featuring a detailed history of the development of this series of The Navy Lark, cast biographies,an episode guide and a special episode guide for The Big Business Lark (episodes not included).
Stephen Murray, Leslie Phillips and Jon Pertwee star, with Richard Caldicot, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and Michael Bates, in these classic episodes of hilarity on the high seas.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
Brilliant as always....had to listen to it..couldn't stop...it was so good! I've always enjoyed the navy lark even as a child I was always listening to it
This cast of nautical misfits was the best comedy of the 1960s and like Dad's Army on TV, is hilarious even in the 21st century!
Good wholesome fun with clever and witty word play. AND NO BAD LANGUAGE. Always worth a revisit. 😉
What did you like most about The Navy Lark: Collected Series 11?
The Navy Lark at its best
What other book might you compare The Navy Lark: Collected Series 11 to, and why?
The Navy Lark: Collected Series 10
Which character – as performed by the narrators – was your favourite?
Pertwee is my favourite
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
The Navy Lark The Pride of Pompey