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! colspan="2" style="text-align: center; background: #dedee2; color: #000; font-size: 125%; font-weight: bold"|Chasing The Kepeac
 
 
==Plot==
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The Admiral orders [[Henry Povey|Captain Povey]] to search for a ghost ship. [[CPO Pertwee|Pertwee’s]] got the wind up him, and it’s so foggy that [[Sub Lt. Phillips|Phillips]] can’t see what his left-hand-down-a-bit is doing. Luckily, Phillips knows exactly where they are – lost.
| colspan="2" style="text-align: center"|'''[[The Navy Lark (Series)|Navy Lark]] Episode F-10'''
 
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The do-it-yourself craze has really spread in the last few years. It's certainly spread to the Boyle household. In the last few months Mrs Boyle has got me going on a done-it-myself wardrobe, a done-it-myself dining room suit and a done-it-myself kitchen unit. So that's three rooms in my place that are a complete shambles. However I'm not alone because the formidable [[Ramona Povey|Mrs Povey]] has got [[Henry Povey|Captain Povey]] involved in making a new cupboard and I don't think he's much better at it than I am.
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| [[Laurie Wyman]]
 
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| [[Alistair Scott-Johnson]]
 
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| 29 November 1963
 
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| 6
 
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| [[Stormy Weather (episode)|Stormy Weather]]
 
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First transmitted
 
 
29 November 1963
 
=Plot=
 
 
The Admiral orders Captain Povey to search for a ghost ship. Pertwee’s got the wind up him, and it’s so foggy that Phillips can’t see what his left-hand-down-a-bit is doing. Luckily, Phillips knows exactly where they are – lost.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:43, 17 June 2021

Plot[]

The Admiral orders Captain Povey to search for a ghost ship. Pertwee’s got the wind up him, and it’s so foggy that Phillips can’t see what his left-hand-down-a-bit is doing. Luckily, Phillips knows exactly where they are – lost.

Opening remarks[]

The do-it-yourself craze has really spread in the last few years. It's certainly spread to the Boyle household. In the last few months Mrs Boyle has got me going on a done-it-myself wardrobe, a done-it-myself dining room suit and a done-it-myself kitchen unit. So that's three rooms in my place that are a complete shambles. However I'm not alone because the formidable Mrs Povey has got Captain Povey involved in making a new cupboard and I don't think he's much better at it than I am.

Navy Lark Season 6
Wren Chasen Returns I On The Carpet I The Bungalese Spies I Troutbridge’s Party I Rescuing Admirals I Demise Of The Depth Charges I The Struggle For Promotion I Fred Computables I Stormy Weather I Chasing The Kepeac I The Submerged Island I The Sicilian Secret Agent I Germany's Troutbridge I Confirming Povey's Rank I The Calais Dock Strike I Johnson's Memoirs I The Emperor of Tratvia I Open Day I Stuck on a Sandbank