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Publisher's Summary

John Le Mesurier, Ian Lavender, and Bill Pertwee star in four episodes of the radio sequel to Dad's Army.
"Inspecting the Piles": In order to save money, Hodges, Pike, and Wilson decide to inspect the foundations of Frambourne Pier in an inflatable rubber dinghy - at night.
"Pike in Love": Uncle Arthur is called in to give Pike a lesson on the birds and the bees.
"The Friends of Frambourne Pier": Pike and Hodges decide to launch a campaign asking for volunteers and so The Friends of Frambourne Pier Association (FOFPA) is born.
"The First Meeting": The first meeting of The Friends of Frambourne Pier Association is convened. Arthur Wilson attends, but has to explain his evening out to a suspicious Mrs Pike.
With John Le Mesurier as Arthur Wilson.
(P)2012 AudioGO Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By John-Bryan Hopkins on 04-16-16

Love!!!

I love the idea that we get to experience the characters again...wish they offered the whole series and not just 8 episodes. There are 5 missing...

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5 out of 5 stars
By Graeme on 07-27-17

Great stuff

Loved the series. it's just a shame that it ended as it would have been brilliant if they could have had a few more series.
Pure comedy gold when Pikey is getting a bit frisky with his girlfriend.

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