Last Of The Summer Wine: The Complete Collection [DVD]
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Sallis, Peter (2 October 2000). Last of the Summer Wine (BBC Radio Collection). BBC Audiobooks. ISBN 978-0-563-47714-3. Examiner, Huddersfield (24 July 2010). "Last of the Summer Wine Creator Roy Clarke says he knew this season would be the last". Examiner.co.uk . Retrieved 3 August 2016. Last of the Summer Wine – Cheering Up Gordon". British Board of Film Classification Database. British Board of Film Classification . Retrieved 2 April 2017.
Roy Clarke (writer) & Ray Butt (director) (17 November 1976). "Cheering Up Gordon". Last of the Summer Wine. Series 3. Episode 4. BBC One.
Bell, Alan J. W. (28 February 2014). Last of the Summer Wine - From the Director's Chair. Tomahawk Press. ISBN 978-0956683427. Roy Clarke (writer) & Alan J. W. Bell (director) (1 April 2001). "Getting Barry's Goat". Last of the Summer Wine. Series 22. Episode 1. BBC One. Roy Clarke (writer) & Alan J W Bell (director) (24 December 1988). "Crums". Last of the Summer Wine. Series 10. BBC One. Christmas Special.
Main article: List of Last of the Summer Wine characters The most famous of the Last of the Summer Wine trios: From left to right: Peter Sallis as Norman Clegg, Brian Wilde as Walter "Foggy" Dewhurst, and Bill Owen as William "Compo" Simmonite. Atkinson, Neil (28 February 2002). "I'm a Wine fan, says Prince". The Huddersfield Daily Examiner. Archived from the original on 20 July 2008 . Retrieved 2 April 2017. Roy Clarke (writer) & Alan J. W. Bell (director) (30 April 2000). "Surprise at Throstlenest". Last of the Summer Wine. Series 21. Episode 5. BBC One.Last of the Summer Wine was nominated numerous times for two British television industry awards. The show was proposed five times between 1973 and 1985 for the British Academy Film Awards, twice for the Best Situation Comedy Series award (in 1973 and 1979) and three times for the Best Comedy Series award (in 1982, 1983, and 1985).  The show was also considered for the National Television Awards four times since 1999 (in 1999,  2000,  2003,  and 2004 ), each time in the Most Popular Comedy Programme category. In 1999 the show won the National Television Award for Most Popular Comedy Programme.  See also [ edit ]