All seven episodes from the seventh series of the popular BBC sitcom set in a holiday camp in the late 50s/early 60s. In 'The Great Cat Robbery' Peggy and the Yellowcoats read about the demise of a famous cat-burglar, who stayed on the camp the previous summer. The police have still to find some of his ill-gotten gains and are offering a reward - did he hide them on the camp? In 'It's Murder', as Mr Partridge's behaviour gets increasingly out of hand, protests ensue from the campers while Barry and Yvonne start a petition to get him sacked. However, things take a turn for the worse following the masked ball. In 'Who Killed Mr Partridge?', the Entertainments Staff gather in the staff room in the early hours as the mystery of Mr Partridge's fate unfolds. In 'Spaghetti Galore', it's Gladys' birthday and the staff plan a surprise dinner at Tony's Trattoria, but they're not the only ones. In 'A Lack of Punch', the Entertainments Staff pitch in to provide entertainment for the younger campers in the absence of Mr Partridge. In 'Ivory Castles in the Air', corporate sponsorship rears its head at Maplins as the Yellowcoats compete to find the Fluorabrite Couple of the Year, while Clive has a proposition for Gladys. Finally, in 'Man Trap', in the aftermath of the Fluorabrite Couple of the Year competition, the truth takes a back seat to Joe Maplin's quest for publicity.