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LOSWLast of the Summer Wine (TV show)
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THE much-loved TV sitcom Last of the Summer Wine may have been set in West Yorkshire, but most of its stars were born and bred in Manchester.
The average house price was PS13,650, inflation was 17%, the Walkman was launched, Last of the Summer Wine was popular on TV and the price of a pint around 65p.
LAST of the Summer Wine actors Bill Owen and Peter Sallis have been buried side by side, it was revealed last night.
LAST of the Summer Wine actor Peter Sallis, who was also famous as the voice of Wallace in Wallace and Gromit, has died aged 96, his agents have announced.
Last Of The Summer Wine Press Association creator Roy Clarke has paid tribute to "tremendous" actor Peter Sallis, who has died aged 96.
LAST of the Summer Wine star Peter Sallis, who was also famous as the voice of Wallace in Wallace and Gromit, has died at the age of 96.
Sallis (left) in Last of the Summer Wine Peter Sallis
Visit historic York, and enjoy tours of 'Last of the Summer Wine Country' and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, setting for 'All Creatures Great and Small', plus a drive through Esholt, original home of Emmerdale.
EVERGREEN sitcom Last of the Summer Wine is celebrated in a touring show heading for The Brindley in Runcorn next week.
April 22, four days from pounds 179 Explore the beautiful Lake District with its majestic mountains, flawless lakes and lush green valleys, sight-see and shop in the historic city of Chester, enjoy the sea air in England''s Classic Resort, Southport, marvel at Oswaldwistle Mills and visit Last of the Summer Wine Country.
There will be many people tuning in tonight who can't remember a time when Last of the Summer Wine wasn't on the box.
The Very Last of the Summer Wine BBC1, 8pm Ladies and gents, welcome to the end of an era.