Lads Army (2002–2006)
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The recruits are instructed about personal hygiene the Fifties Army style, using a towel wetted in their eating kit on their bare arses in open air. Sergeant Allistair Rae now takes charge ... See full summary »

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Chris Andrew ...
Himself - Recruit
Martin Bell ...
Himself (as M. Bell)
Marcus Birks ...
Himself - Recruit
Jim Bowen ...
Himself (as J. Bowen)
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Himself (as R. Briers)
Luke Brown ...
Himself - Recruit
Ashley Cummings ...
Himself - Recruit
Paul Daniels ...
Himself (as P. Daniels)
Jeff Edwards ...
Sergeant Edwards
Geoffrey Hinsliff ...
Himself (as G. Hinsliff)
Daniel Kett ...
Himself - Recruit
Bernard Manning ...
Himself (as B. Manning)
Joe Murray ...
Corporal Murray
Richard Nauyokas ...
Corporal Nauyokas
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The recruits are instructed about personal hygiene the Fifties Army style, using a towel wetted in their eating kit on their bare arses in open air. Sergeant Allistair Rae now takes charge of their actual drill, constantly making a rudely shouted fuzz about roll call, hair-style. Next their physical condition is assessed, the exercise prospect makes more bad lads doubt whether to stand the though regime or leave, staff tries to motivate them to stay. From now on, barracks inspections carry physical sanctions. Next nightmare is the provost sergeant, Jeff Edwards, camp jailer and 'beasting' (discipline) master, in charge of reeducation without gloves, foolishly braved by temperamental Luke Brown, still missing his twin Alan, which soon lands him in the cell twice, underpants only, followed by 24 hours fatigues (penal chores). Corporal Nauyokas's section one passes muster at the sergeant's barracks inspection, corporal Murray's section two is chewed out for dirt and individual offenders ... Written by KGF Vissers

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15 July 2004 (UK)  »

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