The Goon Show was a BBC radio broadcast comedy show in the 1950's whose style of stream of consciousness humour and anarchic sense of style was highly influential on many British comedians of later years such as Monty Python. Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe were the core of this group though a few other people - often musical figures - make semi regular appearances. The players take on the roles of various recurring characters who tend to have ridiculous adventures such as the four episodes of the show here - two x 1/2 hour shows per CD.
The Mighty Wurlitzer is the second show and isn't too bad, but Operation Christmas Duff is very much classic Goons with all sorts of fun poking at the military machine in general. And hey, these guys are entitled to poke fun at the military - they served in it in World War 2! A Christmas Carol is the fourth and last episode in this volume and it's a pretty good effort too.
But by far the best effort is the first episode, a spoof of the Robin Hood tale with guest Charlotte Mitchell playing the role of Maid Marian. This would actually be a pretty good episode for anyone totally new to the Goons to listen to as it has a (fairly) linear plot and with it's somewhat familiar source material may prove easier for the Goons novice to digest. As such and given there is one excellent episode, two good ones and an OK in this here volume 15 I'd have to rate it one of the better buys of the series.