List of 'Allo 'Allo! episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the British sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! that aired from 1982 to 1992. Following the Pilot in 1982, the series was officially launched two years later in 1984 (Series 1) and continued to Series 9 (1992); including two Christmas Special episodes in 1985 (between Series 2 and 3) and in 1991 (between Series 7 and 8). The last series (Series 9) was followed by two retrospective episodes in 1994 (The Best of 'Allo 'Allo!) & 2007 (The Return of 'Allo 'Allo!). In total, including the Pilot, the two Christmas Specials and the two post series retrospective episodes; there are 87 episodes. Dates shown are original air dates on BBC One (except for the The Return of 'Allo 'Allo! episode which was broadcast on BBC Two). A repeat of the series has been aired since 7 October 2013 in the "BBC2 Classic Afternoon" on weekdays at 3.45 pm.

Pilot (1982)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
01 "The British Are Coming" Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft 30 December 1982 (1982-12-30)[1] Pilot
The Germans steal the local valuables, and René is forced to aid the local Resistance.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft

Series 1 (1984)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
02 "The British 'ave Come" "(The Fallen Madonna)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 7 September 1984 (1984-09-07)[2] #1.01
René tries to get a forgery of The Fallen Madonna made, as Hitler wants the original.
03 "Pigeon Post" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 14 September 1984 (1984-09-14)[3] #1.02
The uniforms of the German officers have been borrowed and accidentally burnt, so some must be made by London.
04 "Saville Row to the Rescue" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 21 September 1984 (1984-09-21)[4] #1.03
The Germans participate in Resistance activity so they can get their uniforms back.
05 "The Execution" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 28 September 1984 (1984-09-28)[5] #1.04
René is caught blowing up a railway line, and is consequently ordered to be executed.
06 "The Funeral" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 5 October 1984 (1984-10-05)[6] #1.05
René starts to pose as his own twin brother - but this requires that a funeral must take place.
07 "Reds Nick Colonel" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 19 October 1984 (1984-10-19)[7] #1.06
René is ordered by the Communist Resistance to shoot the Colonel and the Captain.
08 "The Dance of Hitler Youth" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 26 October 1984 (1984-10-26)[8] #1.07
The Resistance attempt to retrieve the real painting and help the airmen escape, while the Germans have a party in the café.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft

Series 2 (1985)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
09 "Six Big Boobies" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 21 October 1985 (1985-10-21)[9] #2.01
Herr Flick calls on the help of Gruber, when he ends up with three paintings - two of which are forgeries.
10 "The Wooing of Widow Artois" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 28 October 1985 (1985-10-28)[10] #2.02
René must try to win back the heart of Madame Edith, now that she is a rich widow and the subject of much wooing.
11 "The Policeman Cometh" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 4 November 1985 (1985-11-04)[11] #2.03
British Intelligence send Crabtree to France to try to assist the Resistance.
12 "Swiftly and with Style" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 11 November 1985 (1985-11-11)[12] #2.04
René is challenged to a duel by Monsieur Alfonse to win Madame Edith.
13 "The Duel" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 18 November 1985 (1985-11-18)[13] #2.05
The Colonel offers to accidentally kill Monsieur Alfonse while The Duel takes place.
14 "Herr Flick's Revenge" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 25 November 1985 (1985-11-25)[14] #2.06
Herr Flick arrests and tortures René, the Colonel and Hans.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft

Christmas Special (1985)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
15 "The Gâteau from the Château (Klinkerhoffen in Control)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 26 December 1985 (1985-12-26)[15] #Xmas Special 1
The General takes command of the district, forcing the German officers, the Gestapo and the Resistance each to try to kill him.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft

Series 3 (1986-1987)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
16 "The Nicked Knockwurst" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 5 December 1986 (1986-12-05)[16] #3.01
The Communist Resistance have stolen the sausage containing the portrait of The Fallen Madonna .
17 "Gruber Does Some Mincing (Gruber Carpeted)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 12 December 1986 (1986-12-12)[17] #3.02
The stolen sausage ends up in the mouth of Lt. Gruber's Alsatian dog.
18 "The Sausage in the Wardrobe" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 19 December 1986 (1986-12-19)[18] #3.03
The sausage ends up in the wardrobe of the General; forcing the Resistance, the Germans, and the Gestapo to try to retrieve it.
19 "Flight of Fancy" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 26 December 1986 (1986-12-26)[19] #3.04
The Resistance attempt to get the Airmen to escape to England in an antique plane.
20 "Pretty Maids All in a Row" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 2 January 1987 (1987-01-02)[20] #3.05
The Airmen are dressed up as "women of the street", so they can be theatrically shot and transported to the mortuary.
21 "The Great Un-Escape" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 9 January 1987 (1987-01-09)[21] #3.06
The Resistance build a tunnel into the local Prisoner of War camp, to try to hide the British airmen
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft (Episode 1)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by David Croft and Robin Carr (Episodes 2-6)

Series 4 (1987)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
22 "Prisoners of War (Hans Goes Over The Top)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 7 November 1987 (1987-11-07)[22] #4.01
The Resistance and German officers get used to life inside the Prisoner of War camp.
23 "Camp Dance" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 14 November 1987 (1987-11-14)[23] #4.02
Gruber rescues everyone (including the British airmen) from the Prisoner of War camp.
24 "Good Staff Are Hard to Find" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 21 November 1987 (1987-11-21)[24] #4.03
As René's waitress Maria was "lost in the post" after the escape from the Prisoner of War Camp, a replacement waitress is found in the form of Mimi.
25 "The Flying Nun" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 28 November 1987 (1987-11-28)[25] #4.04
Herr Flick jams the Resistance's radio signal, forcing them to use a kite aerial instead.
26 "The Sausages in the Trousers" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 5 December 1987 (1987-12-05)[26] #4.05
A mix up of sausages happens at the café when paintings, batteries and dynamite are all delivered at the same time.
27 "The Jet-Propelled Mother-In-Law" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 12 December 1987 (1987-12-12)[27] #4.06
The Resistance work in the commandeered local vineyard, in an attempt to find a spy camera which was dropped there by the RAF.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft (Episode 5)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by David Croft and Martin Dennis (Episodes 1-4, 6)

Series 5 (1988-1989)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
28 "Desperate Doings in the Dungeon" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 3 September 1988 (1988-09-03)[28] #5.01
René is tricked by Herr Flick, and imprisoned in the Château dungeon.
29 "The Camera in the Potato" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 10 September 1988 (1988-09-10)[29] #5.02
René has a midnight encounter with Lt. Gruber after trying to photograph the safe in the Château.
30 "Dinner with the General" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 17 September 1988 (1988-09-17)[30] #5.03
The General invites Helga to dinner, while the Resistance break into the Château disguised as firemen.
31 "The Dreaded Circular Saw" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 24 September 1988 (1988-09-24)[31] #5.04
René and LeClerc escape from the Château, but are promptly captured by the Communist Resistance, disguised as German soldiers.
32 "Otherwise Engaged (Enter Denise)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 1 October 1988 (1988-10-01)[32] #5.05
The leader of the Communist Resistance turns out to be René's childhood sweetheart.
33 "A Marriage of Inconvenience" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 8 October 1988 (1988-10-08)[33] #5.06
Denise orders René to marry her, but Edith and the café waitresses have other ideas.
34 "No Hiding Place (Post-Matrimonial Depression)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 15 October 1988 (1988-10-15)[34] #5.07
The Communist Resistance orders revenge on René's household, due to the failed marriage ceremony.
35 "The Arrival of the Homing Duck" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 22 October 1988 (1988-10-22)[35] #5.08
The RAF send a long-distance duck, so the Resistance can deliver the microfilm back to England.
36 "Watch the Birdie" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 29 October 1988 (1988-10-29)[36] #5.09
The long-distance duck escapes, and the invasion plans still need to be photographed.
37 "René - Under an Assumed Nose" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 5 November 1988 (1988-11-05)[37] #5.10
René is ordered to be shot, and so disguises himself as a French General.
38 "The Confusion of the Generals" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 12 November 1988 (1988-11-12)[38] #5.11
The General holds his conference in the café, while lots of British airmen are trying to escape.
39 "Who's for the Vatican" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 19 November 1988 (1988-11-19)[39] #5.12
The Colonel decides to try to hide in the Vatican, but he needs to sell the paintings first.
40 "Ribbing the Bonk" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 26 November 1988 (1988-11-26)[40] #5.13
René robs the local bank in order to pay the Communist's ransom for the Colonel.
41 "The Reluctant Millionaires" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 3 December 1988 (1988-12-03)[41] #5.14
René finds out that the money stolen from the bank was Gestapo money.
42 "A Duck for Launch" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 10 December 1988 (1988-12-10)[42] #5.15
The microfilm is ready to be sent to England, but the long-distance duck will not leave.
43 "The Exploding Bedpan" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 17 December 1988 (1988-12-17)[43] #5.16
Alfonse is arrested by the Gestapo for passing forged banknotes; but he collapses and is sent to hospital.
44 "Going Like a Bomb" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 24 December 1988 (1988-12-24)[44] #5.17
The Resistance plot to have the British airmen sent back to London inside empty landmines.
45 "Money to Burn" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 31 December 1988 (1988-12-31)[45] #5.18
Madame Fanny accidentally burns the stolen money, just as Herr Flick orders that it be returned to him.
46 "Puddings Can Go Off" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 7 January 1989 (1989-01-07)[46] #5.19
The Resistance have used the explosive from the landmines to make 500 exploding Christmas puddings.
47 "Land Mines for London" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 14 January 1989 (1989-01-14)[47] #5.20
Flick and Von Smallhausen hide in the empty landmines; just as they are sent to be dropped over England.
48 "Flight to Geneva" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 21 January 1989 (1989-01-21)[48] #5.21
René has had enough of the war and decides to elope with Yvette on-board the Geneva Express.
49 "Train of Events" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 28 January 1988 (1988-01-28)[49] #5.22
Edith ends up in the place of Yvette; while Gruber and the Colonel attempt to retrieve the real painting.
50 "An Enigma Variation" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 4 February 1988 (1988-02-04)[50] #5.23
The Resistance pose as a musical quartet to retrieve the paintings and an Engima machine from the Château.
51 "Wedding Bloss" John Chapman & Ian Davidson 11 February 1989 (1989-02-11)[51] #5.24
Edith orders René to remarry her immediately; but Alfonse has to perform the ceremony.
52 "Down the Drain" Ronald Wolfe & Ronald Chesney 18 February 1989 (1989-02-18)[52] #5.25
The Resistance attempt to get the Enigma machine to England by flushing it down the town's drains.
53 "All in Disgeese (Enigma's End)" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 25 February 1989 (1989-02-25)[53] #5.26
Everyone goes in disguise, as René is ordered to be shot if the Enigma machine is not returned.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft (Episode 1)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by Martin Dennis (Episodes 2-6, 13-19)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by Susan Belbin (Episodes 7-12)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by Richard Boden (Episodes 20-26)

Series 6 (1989)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
54 "Desperate Doings in the Graveyard" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 2 September 1989 (1989-09-02)[54] #6.01
Gruber gets the shock of his life, when he sees the Ghost of René's dead twin brother in the graveyard.
55 "The Gestapo for the High Jump" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 9 September 1989 (1989-09-09)[55] #6.02
The Gestapo are tricked in to believing that the local Resistance is made up of witches and monsters.
56 "The Nouvion Oars" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 16 September 1989 (1989-09-16)[56] #6.03
The Resistance attempt to help the Airmen get to a British submarine, which is waiting in the local river estuary.
57 "The Nicked Airmen" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 23 September 1989 (1989-09-23)[57] #6.04
After failing to make it to the submarine, the British Airmen are captured by the German officers.
58 "The Airmen De-Nicked" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 30 September 1989 (1989-09-30)[58] #6.05
The Resistance disguise themselves as Intelligence officers, so they can free the British Airmen.
59 "The Crooked Fences" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 7 October 1989 (1989-10-07)[59] #6.06
René arranges a "fence" where the painting is exchanged for the stolen gold from the cuckoo clock.
60 "Crabtree's Podgeon Pist" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 14 October 1989 (1989-10-14)[60] #6.07
The wedding of Fanny and LeClerc takes place, at which time the Airmen will attempt to escape in a helium filled balloon.
61 "Rising to the Occasion" Jeremy Lloyd & David Croft 21 October 1989 (1989-10-21)[61] #6.08
The General is placed in hospital after he goes mad. The helium balloon rises up with the bed of Fanny and LeClerc attached to it.
  • Produced and Directed by David Croft (Episodes 1-2)
  • Produced by David Croft, Directed by Martin Dennis (Episodes 3-8)

Series 7 (1991)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
62 "A Quiet Honeymoon" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 5 January 1991 (1991-01-05)[62] #7.01
General Von Flockenstuffen takes command of the district; while Fanny and LeClerc are placed in prison.
63 "An Almighty Bang (Free at Last)" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 12 January 1991 (1991-01-12)[63] #7.02
General Von Klinkerhoffen manages to escape from the hospital; and Von Flockenstuffen is blown up in René's café.
64 "Fleeing Monks" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 19 January 1991 (1991-01-19)[64] #7.03
René is to be given a collaborator's medal, but decides to try to escape to the United Kingdom instead.
65 "Up the Crick Without a Piddle" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 26 January 1991 (1991-01-26)[65] #7.04
Edith ends up with René in the United Kingdom, where they both happen to meet Hans Geering (who has switched sides).
66 "The Gestapo Ruins a Picnic" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 2 February 1991 (1991-02-02)[66] #7.05
The Resistance try to get the airmen back to the United Kingdom by using telegraph poles to make a raft.
67 "The Spirit of Nouvion" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 9 February 1991 (1991-02-09)[67] #7.06
The local paper runs a "Spirit of Nouvion" contest; while the Resistance break into Herr Flick's safe.
68 "Leg it to Spain!" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 16 February 1991 (1991-02-16)[68] #7.07
The Resistance place the Airmen in wine barrels, which are promptly commandeered by the General.
69 "Prior Engagements" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 23 February 1991 (1991-02-23)[69] #7.08
The General suggests that Edith marry Captain Bertorelli, so a mixed marriage can be promoted in the local paper.
70 "Soup and Sausage" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 2 March 1991 (1991-03-02)[70] #7.09
In an attempt to rescue the Airmen from the sewer, René brings out his old ice-cream truck as a distraction.
71 "René of the Gypsies" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 16 March 1991 (1991-03-16)[71] #7.10
As the previous plan failed, the Resistance organise a Gypsy Carnival to pose as a distraction.
  • Written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam
  • Produced and Directed by Mike Stephens (Episodes 1, 3, 5, 7, 9)
  • Produced by Mike Stephens, Directed by Sue Longstaff (Episodes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10)

Christmas Special (1991)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
72 "A Bun in the Oven" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 24 December 1991 (1991-12-24)[72] #Xmas Special 2
Yvette reveals that she is pregnant; while Helga removes one of the boobies from the painting to keep as a bargaining tool.
  • Written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam
  • Produced and Directed by John B. Hobbs

Series 8 (1992)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
73 "Arousing Suspicions" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 12 January 1992 (1992-01-12)[73] #8.01
Michelle comes up with the idea of creating a travelling propaganda radio station.
74 "A Woman Never Lies" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 19 January 1992 (1992-01-19)[74] #8.02
Michelle blackmails the German officers, which forces the officers to rob a German pay truck.
75 "Hitler's Last Heil" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 26 January 1992 (1992-01-26)[75] #8.03
The General makes the Colonel and Gruber dress up as Hitler and Goering.
76 "Awful Wedded Wife" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 2 February 1992 (1992-02-02)[76] #8.04
The Colonel and Gruber are captured by the Communist Resistance, thinking that they are Hitler and Goering.
77 "Firing Squashed" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 16 February 1992 (1992-02-16)[77] #8.05
The De Gaulle Resistance try to kidnap Hitler and Goering (the Colonel and Gruber) from the Communists.
78 "A Fishful of Francs" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 23 February 1992 (1992-02-23)[78] #8.06
The Colonel tries to pay the Resistance's ransom. René and Edith (now dressed as Hitler and Goering) are captured.
79 "A Swan Song" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 1 March 1992 (1992-03-01)[79] #8.07
The Colonel and Gruber try to flee to Spain, while Madame Fanny and LeClerc head for Paris.
  • Written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam
  • Produced and Directed by John B. Hobbs

Series 9 (1992)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
80 "Gone with the Windmill" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 9 November 1992 (1992-11-09)[80] #9.01
René suggests that the Colonel and Gruber fake their own kidnapping.
81 "A Tour de France" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 16 November 1992 (1992-11-16)[81] #9.02
René is captured by Louise, and is made the Communist Resistance's love slave.
82 "Dead Man Marching" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 23 November 1992 (1992-11-23)[82] #9.03
René must try and explain his existence, as the Germans think that he is dead!
83 "Tarts and Flickers" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 30 November 1992 (1992-11-30)[83] #9.04
The Resistance come up with a plan to use a Fishmonger's float, in order to get some necessary microfilm sent to England.
84 "A Fishy Send-Off" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 7 December 1992 (1992-12-07)[84] #9.05
The General discusses his assassination plan; while Herr Flick tries to gain the real painting before the Allies arrive.
85 "A Winkle in Time" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam 14 December 1992 (1992-12-14)[85] #9.06
The Allies reach Nouvion, forcing the General to surrender. Many years later, the missing painting is found inside the statue of René in the town square... René steals Gruber's car and elopes with Yvette.
  • Written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam
  • Produced and Directed by John B. Hobbs

The Best of 'Allo 'Allo! (1994)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
86 "The Best of 'Allo 'Allo!" Jeremy Lloyd & Paul Adam (additional scenes) 17 August 1994 (1994-08-17)[86] #Special
An episode that was made to celebrate the series' 10th anniversary. It is mainly made up of archive footage; but also features new scenes in which René and Edith renew their love for each other. These events take place after the war but before the final events (where Rene elopes) of the last Episode.

The Return of 'Allo 'Allo! (2007)[edit]

# Title Writers Original airdate Series No.
87 "The Return of 'Allo 'Allo!" Jeremy Lloyd (new scenes) 28 April 2007 (2007-04-28)[87] #Special
A one-off special. René is writing his memoirs and needs help to fill in the "big gaps". Features some of the original cast reprising their roles; inter-worked with a documentary about the show's history.

Notes[edit]

There remains some confusion over what the official titles are for each 'Allo 'Allo! episode (there were no onscreen titles for any episodes on the original transmission, though many episodes have had such titles added for repeat screenings and DVD releases, nor in Radio Times, though again the magazine has listed titles for some repeats). This had led to different DVD releases using different titles; and some fans have formed their own unofficial titles for episodes which have not yet been released on DVD. For the purposes of clarification, titles shown here are as follows:

  • Series 1-7: These are the titles which appear on the British Region 2 DVD releases. Titles shown in brackets are where Region 1 and Region 4 DVD release titles do not correspond to those on the British Region 2 DVD release.
  • Series 8-9: These are the titles which appear on the American Region 1 DVD releases. Series 8-9 and the second Christmas Special (under the title "Pregnancy") have been released on DVD in Poland, however with no titles, just notes on every episode.

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Saville Row to the Rescue", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  6. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Funeral", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  7. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Red Nick's Colonel", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  8. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Dance of the Hitler Youth", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  9. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Six Big Boobies", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  10. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Wooing of Widow Artois", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  12. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Swiftly and with Style", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  13. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Duel", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  32. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Otherwise Engaged", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  36. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Watch the Birdie", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  38. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Confusion of the Generals", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  39. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Who's for the Vatican?", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  41. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Reluctant Millionaires", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
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  51. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Wedding Bloss", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  52. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Down the Drain", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  53. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "All in Disgeese", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  54. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Desperate Doings in the Graveyard", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  55. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Gestapo for the High Jump", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  56. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Nouvion Oars", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  57. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Nicked Airmen", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  58. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Airmen De-Nicked", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  59. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Crooked Fences", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  60. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Crabtree'sPodgeon Pist", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  61. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Rising to the Occasion", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  62. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Quiet Honeymoon", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  63. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "An Almighty Bang", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  64. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Fleeing Monks", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  65. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Up the Crick Without a Piddle", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  66. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Gestapo Ruins a Picnic", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  67. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of The Spirit of Nouvion", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  68. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Leg it to Spain!", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  69. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of Prior Engagements", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  70. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Soup and Sausage", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  71. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "René of the Gypsies", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  72. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Bun in the Oven", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  73. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Arousing Suspicion", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  74. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Woman Never Lies", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  75. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Hitler's Last Heil", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  76. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Awful Wedded Wife", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  77. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Firing Squashed", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  78. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Fistful of Francs", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  79. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Swan Song", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  80. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Gone with the Windmill", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  81. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Tour de France", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  82. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Dead Man Marching", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  83. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "Tarts and Flickers", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  84. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Fishy Send-Off", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  85. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "A Winkle in Time", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  86. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Best of 'Allo 'Allo!", archived at BBC Genome Project". 
  87. ^ "Radio Times listing for original transmission of "The Return of 'Allo 'Allo!", archived at BBC Genome Project".