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Four BBC radio episodes.

'Secret Mission to Calais' ('Working Their Passage'): The Admiral foists a 'ticklish job' from the Diplomatic Service on Povey: collect somebody who has got out of 'you know where' from France - at the same time as Pertwee needs to get Pierre home.

'The Sabotaged Floggle-Toggle Box' ('Floggle Toggling Their Way Through'): Mr Queeg and 'the Lad' believe there has been a case of sabotage aboard Troutbridge when iron filings are found in the frigate's floggle-toggle box.

'Jigsaws and Jemmies' ('Doing a Disastrical'): Somebody has tried to break into the new WREN's quarters, and a bag of tools marked 'CPO P' has been found. Is it the work of the Chinese People's Observation Patrol, or is the culprit closer to home?

'The Mickey Mouse Toothbrush' ('Bunging Up'): Mr Phillips has trouble with the plumbing when he bungs up his basin plug hole with his Mickey Mouse toothbrush. But the toothbrush trouble doesn't stop there.

©2012 Lawrie Wyman (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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  • Rose
  • 04-13-13

best laughs ever

I highly recommend this audio book and all the other series of the navy larks talk about rolling on the floor laughing it's so good and so funny it gets me right in my funny bone I love the navy larks please try you won't be disappointed

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  • Carol-Anne
  • 12-23-12

More Navy Lark

I adore the Navy Lark and listen to them again and again so am joyful everytime a new edition is issued. This one is fully up to standard well done BBC