The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when he misinterprets sister Susan's conversation.
The cheeky schoolboy causes more havoc raising cash to buy his Mum a present. From 1967.
The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.
The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when his teacher sends him reptile hunting.
The schoolboy can go to the Merseyside derby - if he qualifies for the school band.
Susan wins a record token, but with her brother about she needs to exchange it quickly.
The cheeky schoolboy sees double when he helps out with a TV commercial. From 1966.
The cheeky schoolboy must wangle his way to hold on to a newly acquired sledge.
The cheeky schoolboy enters a poetry competition to try and win some days off school.
A swindler is on the loose, so cheeky schoolboy Jimmy and Alfie turn detective.
The cheeky schoolboy causes havoc when he thinks Mr Higginbottom's having an affair.
The cheeky schoolboy screws up after Alfie finds a cash wad from a boozy stag night.
When the cheeky schoolboy's gang needs a meeting venue, it's time for more trickery.
The cheeky schoolboy faces his biggest fear when he has to take a girl to school.
The schoolboy is in trouble for not doing his homework, so Alfie is forced to help.
The cheeky schoolboy causes hospital chaos as he tries to retrieve a key.
When Granddad comes into money, the naughty schoolboy is faced with boarding school.
The cheeky schoolboy looks back over his past misdemeanours in the 100th episode.
Panto hijinks for the cheeky schoolboy. 50th anniversary broadcast on the exact day.
Mother won't let the cheeky schoolboy keep a pet, but then a wet nose appears.
When Grandad comes into some money, a crafty plan is hatched for the cheeky schoolboy.
The cheeky schoolboy is in a pickle over buying presents for his family. From August 1970.
Anxious to get to the fairground, the cheeky schoolboy sparks a chain of catastrophes.
The cheeky schoolboy sparks chaos on a family holiday at the seaside. From September 1969.
The cheeky schoolboy's off to a wrestling match, but Mr Higginbottom is on his tail.
The cheeky youngster is due to be a page boy, but he's not keen on his satin outfit.
The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles.
The cheeky schoolboy's attempt to play matchmaker spells disaster for Alfie.
Jim proves that eavesdropping is a dodgy occupation, with the inevitable trouble to follow
The cheeky schoolboy sets out to clear Grandad's name.