|Season 8, Episode 12|
|Air date||December 16, 1957|
|Written by||Spike Milligan and Larry Stephens|
|Produced by||Roy Speer|
|Musical interludes|| "Just For a Thrill" (Geldray),|
"When I Look At You" (Ellington)
The Stolen Postman
The Plasticine Man
Seagoon leads the workers' revolution, with the aid of some special anti-gravity sticks courtesy of Grytpype-Thynne and Moriarty.
This show dates from the heyday of Communism in Europe, when there were serious calls for a Communist revolution in the UK. The Prime Minister "Sir Laurence" is not based on any real prime minister, but rather is done as an impression of Laurence Olivier.
- Included in volume 20 of the BBC Radio Classics releases.