Category: Last Of The Summer Wine
Roy Clarke’s The Animal Man
Here’s an article from Television Today in the The Stage from 24th November 1983. In it, we see an announcement for The Kit Curran Radio Show, Fresh Fields, Chance In A Million, and a number of other Thames produced ITV sitcoms. But what sticks out to me is the intriguing, and deliberately vague, description of […]
BBC Announces 14 New Comedy Series
… in 1973. One of them is Last Of The Summer Wine. I expect one of those pilots might become Porridge.
Wanna see the house that Last Of The Summer Wine creator Roy Clarke lived in at one point? Of course you do. It’s called Horton Rounds, and it was designed by architect Arthur Marshman. Built in 1966, it’s now a grade 2 listed building. I love that it’s next to The Shrubbery.
Some clips from Last Of The Summer Wine Gone Fishing of Compo Bob falling down.
Another Post About Sitcom Set Re-Use
I didn’t realise this was still naggin at me, over two years and one global pandemic later. Here’s a tweet I posted after watching an episode of Last Of The Summer Wine (Go With The Flow I think). It’s that staircase, you see. It was always so familiar. And then I came to the end […]