Four-volume box set of the BBC jungle sitcom. In the opening episode, 'Meet the Gang', the Sergeant Major deprives the concert party of Mr La-di-da Gunner Graham's talents on the piano by putting him on 'jankers' - white washing the stones. 'My Lovely Boy' sees Gunner Parkins receiving preferential treatment from Sergeant Major Williams. In 'The Mutiny of the Punka Wallahs', the officers face rebellion after receiving orders to replace the wallahs with electric fans. In 'Cabaret Time', the Sergeant Major attempts to get the party on a court martial charge by secretly arranging for them to perform at the infamous Kama Sutra club. 'The Curse of the Sadhu' sees a curse placed on the Sergeant Major by a Holy Man he has thrown off the parade ground, while in 'Forbidden Fruits', the entire camp seem to have women on their mind, with the result that passions are running high. In 'Showing the Flag', the Sergeant Major attempts to teach the concert party to lower the Union Jack flag at sunset. 'Down in the Jungle' sees the men forced to land in unknown territory when their plane develops a fault over the jungle. In 'The Natives are Revolting', a water shortage results in showers being rationed. Meanwhile, the Sergeant Major determines to find out who replaced the Union Jack with the Indian national flag. In 'The Jungle Patrol', the Sergeant Major takes the concert party on a jungle survival patrol. 'The Road to Bannu' sees the party stranded 30 miles from anywhere en route to a special performance. In 'The Inspector Calls', the Sergeant Major tricks the men into smartening up their act prior to an inspection by a general.