All seven episodes from the first series of the TV show about the amiable, head-changing scarecrow. In 'Worzel's Washing Day' Worzel (Jon Pertwee) meets John and Sue, a young brother and sister on holiday at Scatterbrook Farm. 'Home Fit for a Scarecrow' sees Worzel attempting to furnish his home by stealing from the nearby village. 'Aunt Sally' has Worzel set out to rescue a forlorn Aunt Sally (Una Stubbs) from the village fete. 'The Crowman' finds Worzel asking for a 'handsome head' so that he might start courting. 'A Little Learning' sees Worzel attempt to retrieve his 'clever head' from John and Sue's school. 'Worzel Pays a Visit' has John and Sue discover that Aunt Sally is working as a maid for Mrs Bloomsbury-Barton. Finally, in 'The Scarecrow Hop', Worzel and Aunt Sally go out dancing together.
All eight episodes from the second series of the TV show about the amiable, head-changing scarecrow. 'Worzel and the Saucy Nancy' sees Worzel (Jon Pertwee) catching the eye of a saucy ship's figurehead (Barbara Windsor). In 'Worzel's Nephew', Worzel's unruly nephew Pickles gets a job on Braithwaite's farm, and blackmails his uncle into doing his chores for him. In 'A Fishy Tale', Worzel finds himself mistaken for a handyman when he is spotted fishing in Mrs Bloomsbury-Barton's pond. 'The Trial of Worzel Gummidge' sees Worzel placed on trial by the Crowman and a jury of scarecrows when he accidentally hits passers-by and a greenhouse while throwing potatoes at the rooks. In 'Very Good Worzel', Worzel and Aunt Sally (Una Stubbs) are mistaken for a butler and maid at Mrs Bloomsbury-Barton's grand luncheon. A food fight ensues. In 'Worzel in the Limelight' Aunt Sally and Worzel decide to enter the talent contest as a double act. But they begin to argue and decide to enter as solo acts. In 'Fire Drill' Worzel finds himself wanted as the guest of honour at a bonfire party - as the guy! Finally in 'The Scarecrow Wedding' Aunt Sally is dumped in the dishwasher of a junkshop. Worzel manages to rescue her and in return she says yes to marrying him...
All eight episodes from the third series of the TV show about the amiable, head-changing scarecrow. In 'Moving On' Worzel (Jon Pertwee) and Aunt Sally (Una Stubbs) move into the farmhouse when the Braithwaites go away on holiday. 'Dolly Clothes-Peg' sees Worzel attempt to make Aunt Sally jealous by inviting Dolly Clothes-Peg (Lorraine Chase) out for tea and cakes. In 'A Fair Old Pullover' finds Worzel taking a trip into town, where an attractive pullover catches his eye. In 'Worzel the Brave' Worzel tries to rescue Aunt Sally from Bloomsbury-Barton Hall. 'Worzel's Wager' finds Worzel trying his hand at gambling. 'The Return of Dafthead' sees a new scarecrow take over Worzel's old job in Ten Acre Field. In 'Captain Worzel' Worzel tries to save Aunt Sally from being sold to a museum and also meets his old chum Saucy Nancy (Barbara Windsor). Finally, 'Choir Practice' sees Worzel put to work in the churchyard and Aunt Sally taking up a position in the choir.
All seven episodes from the fourth series of the TV show about the amiable, head-changing scarecrow. 'Muvver's Day' finds Worzel (Jon Pertwee) in search of his mother, Sarah Pigswill (Beryl Reid). In 'The Golden Hind' Worzel makes friends with naval figurehead Jolly Jack (Bernard Cribbens), but the friendship heads into difficult waters when Aunt Sally (Una Stubbs) shows signs of falling for the salty seadog. 'Will the Real Aunt Sally...' has Worzel confused when Aunt Sally agrees to marry him; could it really be her, or is it another acting in her place? 'The Jumbly Sale' sees Worzel overcome with remorse when he pulls off one of his beloved's legs. In 'The Return of Dolly Clothes-Peg' Worzel has to choose between the two ladies in his life, but when one of them comes bearing a cake, it seems like the odds might be unfairly stacked. 'Worzel in Revolt' finds Worzel in possession of a new head, one specially designed to keep Aunt Sally in her place. Finally, 'Worzel's Birthday' has John (Jeremy Austin) and Sue (Charlotte Coleman) arrange a party in honour of Worzel's bestest birthday.