A box set of three of the UK's greatest ever comedy series
The Very Best of Dad's Army
Five episodes from the classic sitcom, written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, and starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, John Laurie, Arnold Ridley, James Beck and Ian Lavender.
In 'The Deadly Attachment' the platoon are given the task of guarding a captured U-boat crew.
'Keep Young and Beautiful' finds Captain Mainwaring's men engaged in some rejuvenating activity.
'Never Too Old' sees Jones indulge in some bizarre behaviour after falling in love.
'Asleep in the Deep' has the team get into trouble when a bomb lands on the local plumbing station.
And 'Sons of the Sea' finds Captain Mainwaring excited about a new idea to have the men patrol the river.
Porridge Series One
All six episodes from the first series of the popular prison sitcom, written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, and starring Ronnie Barker, Richard Beckinsale, Fulton Mackay and Brian Wilde.
In 'New Faces, Old Hands' Godber is facing his first spell inside and Fletcher decides to teach him the ropes.
'The Hustler' has Ives try to get involved in Fletcher's gambling exercise.
'A Night In' finds Godber worried about spending his first night in his cell.
'A Day Out' sees the boys excited about the chance of going outside on a work party.
'Ways and Means' has Fletcher try to wangle a nice easy job in the library.
And 'Men Without Women' finds the inmates asking for advice from a most-unlikely agony aunt.
Please note: it doesn't include the pilot episode 'Prisoner and Escort'.
Yes Minister Series One
All seven episodes of the classic BBC sitcom, written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn, and starring Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, and Derek Fowlds as PPS Bernard Woolley.
In 'Open Government', the Rt Hon Jim Hacker (Eddington), newly appointed Minister for Administrative Affairs, finds his idealism challenged from the start.
'The Official Visit' has Jim receiving an African President who turns out to be a friend from his university days.
'The Economy Drive' sees Jim attempt to initiate an economy drive within the Civil Service.
'Big Brother' finds Sir Humphrey Appleby (Hawthorne) concerned about a new National Integrated Database.
'The Writing on the Wall' has Jim consider the introduction of identity cards.
'The Right to Know' sees Sir Humphrey bothered by the controversy surrounding an endangered badger colony.
Finally, in 'Jobs for the Boys', Jim seeks help from a banker when a pet project seems near to collapse.