There was also a book novelisation, written by Paul Ableman, published by BBC Books in 26 Oct 1983, which told the earlier series stories from the perspective of a long-term camper, as a work of third-person fiction. Not to be confused with the later "Series Companion" factual documentaries range of books.
You great clumsy berk.
Clive Dempster (born 1924) was a Squadron Leader during the second world war. It's implausible the someone aged 21 at the end the war could have been so highly ranked in the RAF.
The cast, except Felix Bowness, give the thumbs up, shrugs their shoulders, smiles, etc during the closing credits. Bowness, however, speaks to the camera, but the only audio is the theme song.
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