Definitely Dunn

In a series of six programmes Clive Dunn recalls some highlights from 50 years in entertainment.

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The Men From Walmington1988081020160313 (BBC7)
20160314 (BBC7)

The Dad's Army star recalls joining the cast of the popular series and playing 'Buttons'.

Don't panic! Memories of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, who played Lance-Corporal Jack Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film between 1968 to 1977.

Recalling highlights from his first 50 years in entertainment, Clive recalls joining Dad's Army and his fellow cast members - and playing 'Buttons' in pantomime.

Clive was aged 68 at the time of recording. He died in Portugal in 2012, aged 92.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 1988.

The Dad's Army star recalls joining, and the cast of, the popular series and playing 'Buttons' in pantomime. From August 1988.

The Men from Warmington The last of six programmes with Clive Dunn

At the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research

MICHAEL POlNTON

01Pubs And Parents1988070620160207 (BBC7)
20160208 (BBC7)
20180729 (BBC7)
20180730 (BBC7)

Don't panic! Memories of the Dad's Army star.

Dad's Army star Clive Dunn looks back over his eventful showbiz career

Don't panic! Memories of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, who played Lance-Corporal Jack Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film between 1968 to 1977.

Recalling highlights from his first 50 years in entertainment, Clive begins with his early years on tour with his mother in musical halls.

Clive was aged 68 at the time of recording. He died in Portugal in 2012, aged 92.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 1988.

Don't panic! Memories of the Dad's Army star.

4 Extra Debut. Don't panic! Memories of the Dad's Army star who was Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film. From July 1988.

At the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research by MICHAEL POINTON

Producer EDWARD TAYLOR

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In a series ofsix programmes Clive Dunn recalls some highlights from 50 years in entertainment.

1: Pubs and Parents

02Flat Feet And Concert Parties1988071320160214 (BBC7)
20160215 (BBC7)

Dad's Army star Clive Dunn recalls life at boarding school and joining the army.

Dad's Army star Clive Dunn recalls life at boarding school, joining the army and his early stage appearances. From July 1988.

In a series of sixprogrammes Clive Dunn recalls highlights from 50 years in entertainment. 2: Flat Feet and Concert PartiesAt the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research MICHAEL POINTON

Producer EDWARD TAYLOR

03Relieving General Gordon1988072020160221 (BBC7)
20160222 (BBC7)

Dad's Army star Clive Dunn recalls his early career training to be an actor.

Don't panic! Memories of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, who played Lance-Corporal Jack Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film between 1968 to 1977.

Recalling highlights from his first 50 years in entertainment, Clive recalls his early career training to be an actor and travelling with a repertory company.

Clive was aged 68 at the time of recording. He died in Portugal in 2012, aged 92.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 1988.

3: Relieving General Gordon At the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research by MICHAEL POINTON

04Glamorous Nights In A Prison Camp1988072720160228 (BBC7)
20160229 (BBC7)

The Dad's Army star recalls becoming a PoW and how he met his wife after the war.

Don't panic! Memories of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, who played Lance-Corporal Jack Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film between 1968 to 1977.

Recalling highlights from his first 50 years in entertainment, Clive recalls becoming a Prisoner of War and reveals how he met his wife, Priscilla Morgan, after the Second World War.

Clive was aged 68 at the time of recording. He died in Portugal in 2012, aged 92.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 1988.

4: Glamorous Nights in a Prison Camp

At the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research MICHAEL POINTON

05Grandad And The Elephant1988080320160306 (BBC7)
20160307 (BBC7)

The Dad's Army star recalls his first TV appearances and recording his greatest hit.

Don't panic! Memories of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, who played Lance-Corporal Jack Jones for nearly a decade on TV, radio and film between 1968 to 1977.

Recalling highlights from his first 50 years in entertainment, Clive recalls his first TV appearances and recording his chart-topping greatest hit.

Clive was aged 68 at the time of recording. He died in Portugal in 2012, aged 92.

Producer: Edward Taylor

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 1988.

In a series of six programmes Clive Dunn recalls highlights from 50 years in entertainment. 5: Grandad and the ElephantAt the piano RONNIE BRIDGES Additional research MICHAEL POINTON

06 LASTThe Men From Warmington19880810