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The "navy lark": starring leslie phillips, jon pertwee and stephen murray (bbc radio collection) - The Navy Lark 1959 - YouTube



A radio comedy produced by The BBC which ran from 1959 to 1977 starring Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray, Jon Pertwee, Richard Caldicott, Ronnie Barker, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and loads of others. The Navy Lark followed the adventures of the Royal Navy's least wanted crew on HMS Troutbridge [1] as scheming Commander (promoted over the course of the series to Commodore) Povey tried to dump them overboard and they tried to avoid life on civvy street. Generally these were interspersed with CPO Pertwee's doomed-to-failure get-rich-quick schemes and Sub-Lieutenant Phillips' equally doomed attempts to chase down WRN Chasen.

   Birwasher : Hello, I like this fellow with the blond rinse. Yes... he doesn't know what the hell's going on either!

  Phillips: I've got the solution. I saw it in a film once. There was this doctor...

The Master (played by Pertwee): Who ?

(pause for laughter and applause)

Phillips: No, no, not Doctor Who , ... No, no, no, this chap was a good actor . Doctor No ...

The Master: You watch it, clever boy. Just you watch it, if you want to live.

Starring Leslie Phillips as the Sub-Lieutenant, Jon Pertwee as the Chief Petty Officer, Stephen Murray as Number One, Richard Caldicot as Commander Povey, Ronnie Barker as Lieutenant Commander Stanton, Michael Bates as the Rating and Tenniel Evans as The Admiral.

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A radio comedy produced by The BBC which ran from 1959 to 1977 starring Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray, Jon Pertwee, Richard Caldicott, Ronnie Barker, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and loads of others. The Navy Lark followed the adventures of the Royal Navy's least wanted crew on HMS Troutbridge [1] as scheming Commander (promoted over the course of the series to Commodore) Povey tried to dump them overboard and they tried to avoid life on civvy street. Generally these were interspersed with CPO Pertwee's doomed-to-failure get-rich-quick schemes and Sub-Lieutenant Phillips' equally doomed attempts to chase down WRN Chasen.

   Birwasher : Hello, I like this fellow with the blond rinse. Yes... he doesn't know what the hell's going on either!

  Phillips: I've got the solution. I saw it in a film once. There was this doctor...

The Master (played by Pertwee): Who ?

(pause for laughter and applause)

Phillips: No, no, not Doctor Who , ... No, no, no, this chap was a good actor . Doctor No ...

The Master: You watch it, clever boy. Just you watch it, if you want to live.

Starring Leslie Phillips as the Sub-Lieutenant, Jon Pertwee as the Chief Petty Officer, Stephen Murray as Number One, Richard Caldicot as Commander Povey, Ronnie Barker as Lieutenant Commander Stanton, Michael Bates as the Rating and Tenniel Evans as The Admiral.

A radio comedy produced by The BBC which ran from 1959 to 1977 starring Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray, Jon Pertwee, Richard Caldicott, Ronnie Barker, Heather Chasen, Tenniel Evans and loads of others. The Navy Lark followed the adventures of the Royal Navy's least wanted crew on HMS Troutbridge [1] as scheming Commander (promoted over the course of the series to Commodore) Povey tried to dump them overboard and they tried to avoid life on civvy street. Generally these were interspersed with CPO Pertwee's doomed-to-failure get-rich-quick schemes and Sub-Lieutenant Phillips' equally doomed attempts to chase down WRN Chasen.

   Birwasher : Hello, I like this fellow with the blond rinse. Yes... he doesn't know what the hell's going on either!

  Phillips: I've got the solution. I saw it in a film once. There was this doctor...

The Master (played by Pertwee): Who ?

(pause for laughter and applause)

Phillips: No, no, not Doctor Who , ... No, no, no, this chap was a good actor . Doctor No ...

The Master: You watch it, clever boy. Just you watch it, if you want to live.


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