Sun 25 December 2016, The Daily Telegraph

'It reminds us of Britain during our finest hour': a last interview with the man who made Dad's Army

By Neil Clark
W hen Jimmy Perry died in October this year, British comedy lost one of its true greats. He was the man behind It Ain’t Half Hot Mum , Hi-de-Hi! and of course Dad’s Army , which almost 50 years on from its television debut, retains a special place in many...
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