The Glee Boys are one of Nottingham's leading barbershop quartets, but can they continue to survive without their lead singer?
The Glee Boys decide to try out their new singer at a huge wedding reception, but how will he get over his nerves?
The Glee Boys are about to be offered a paid tour by Rita Reeves. But are they up to it at their ages? And does Bill Bailey have an ulterior motive?
The Glee Boys enter the final barbershop heats before the big final at Harrogate. Bill still hopes to win the heart of Rita Reeves.
Lionel and Daphne try to go wrestling together, and the Glee Boys throw everything to the wind in an alfresco concert.
The Glee Boys get a strange job in the local shopping centre. Daphne and Lionel go on their first date - will this mean romance for Bill and Rita too?
A six-part comedy devised by Scott Cherry and written by Dave Sheasby, set in the cut-throat world of barbershop. 4: When the Glee Boys are asked to perform at a funeral of a family friend, Bill Bailey comes face to face with an old flame he thought he had extinguished years ago. With Keith Barron, Bryan Pringle and Clive Swift. Director: Clive Brill
A six-part comedy devised by Scott Cherry and written by Dave Sheasby, set in the cut-throat world of barbershop. 5: The Glee Boys are invited to Spain to perform for an over-60s Friends of Yorkshire club. Featuring the first ever barbershop-style performance of `Ilkley Moor'. With Keith Barron, Bryan Pringle and Clive Swift. Director: Clive Brill
Concluding the comedy series devised by Scott Cherry and written by Dave Sheasby, set in the cut-throat world of barbershop. The Glee Boys open Mr Panache, Nottingham's latest range of trendy hairdressers. Bill Bailey finally has to make a choice between the two women in his life.