5 October 1963
To win £10 million, Ned Seagoon must sing "Rule Britannia" with piano accompaniment, on the top of Mount Everest, but can't remember the words.
12 October 1963
Ned Seagoon, hereditary owner of Manhattan, exacts a dreadful revenge which reduces a great city to its original value.
19 October 1963
Ned Seagoon's missing regiment is owed £33 million in back pay and interest, but red tape and nitroglycerin prevents them from collecting.
26 October 1963
Ned Seagoon is duped into moving a piano from one room to another for £5, only to find that the piano is in the Louvre Museum in Paris, and must be brought back to England.
2 November 1963
Inspector Seagoon thinks that all London's trams were melted down ten years ago, but there is still one left on Clapham Common.
16 November 1963
British Ambassador Ned Seagoon has to transport a rosewood upright piano overland to the Great Wall of China.
Season 1, Episode 7: The Canal23 November 1963
Ned Seagoon, adopted son of one of the adopted wives of famous amateur brain surgeon Lord Grytpype-Thynne, returns home after forty-three years at college.
7 December 1963
Neddie Seagoon battles through ice and snow to foil the wicked train robbers Grytpype-Thynne and Moriarty.
14 December 1963
£5,000 reward is offered for the solution of the mystery of the Marie Celeste, so with the aid of a duplicate Marie Celeste, Neddie Seagoon solves this famous sea mystery.
21 December 1963
In 2000 B.C. the International Christmas pudding was destroyed and its fragments scattered. Ned Seagoon searches for one of the missing portions in darkest Africa.
28 December 1963
Inspector Ned Seagoon is called in to scrutinize a "strange follicular growth" that has infected London's Tower Bridge.
Season 2, Episode 1: Scradge28 March 1964
Britain's Scradge expedition seeks new deposits in Egypt before all the boots in Britain explode.
4 April 1964
Determined to catch the Booted Gorilla, Ned Seagoon sets a trap in the form of Henry Crun's shoe repair shop.
11 April 1964
Determined to play his saxophone on the highest mountain peak in the world and win £10,000, Ned Seagoon attempts to conquer Mount Fred - a mountain higher than Mount Everest, but underwater.
18 April 1964
Inspector Ned Seagoon investigates a reign of terror in Bexhill-on-Sea.
25 April 1964
How Dartmoor prison was sunk in a sea battle with the French Chateau d'If.
2 May 1964
A mysterious disease (the dreaded Lurgi) invades Britain.
9 May 1964
Ned Seagoon, British naval commander, succeeds in blowing up his own ship.
16 May 1964
Professor Ned Seagoon fits rockets to one of London's most famous monuments and launches it into space.
23 May 1964
Military Intelligence orders Ned Seagoon to mine the boots of the Hungarian football team.
30 May 1964
The Eiffel Tower is really a replica, thanks to Neddie Toulouse, who set fire to the original.
6 May 1964
Ned Seagoon wins a government contract to dig a new trans-Africa canal.
13 June 1964
In a South American republic a lone banana tree stands in the grounds of the British Embassy.
27 June 1964
Lord Seagoon tries to escape the dreaded Nadger plague, only to end up as an 8-day chiming clock on a mantle piece.
18 July 1964
The struggle at Fort Knight in the foothills of Wadi-El-Yu-Want, where the defenders have ample food, but nothing to cook it on.
1 August 1964
Fred Fu-Manchu becomes undisputed world saxophone champion.
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