There are lots of things to prepare for in our latest outing to Holmfirth, on the edge of the Pennines. There's a charity sponsored kiss for one thing, and a good old fashioned thumpydub contest for another. There's a nostalgic trip to France, and the arrival of the mysterious Phantom Number 14 bus too. But even Lester Coalville's machine that detects earthquakes couldn't help prepare for the devastating shock to come; when Compo catches an unexpected glimpse of Nora in an alluring costume, complete with fishnet stockings...
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I am a big fan of this series and have every box set as it has come out, but I am afraid the quality of the picture on these DVDs is terrible.
These series of Last of the Summer Wine are diverse in subject - Marina's decision to do without men (well-meant but very difficult for her to carry out!); the nostalgic but hilarious trip to France by Truly, Clegg and Compo to commemorate their shared war-time experiences; the sudden death of Compo and the funeral arrangements which followed his passing. Roy Clarke was a master of writing an interesting story line which easily joined scenes of pathos and concern with scenes of rib-tickling laughter. I have watched the funeral episodes several times and I still find them extremely funny. The solemnity of the occasion is there but so is the humanity which turns the funeral and the events into a worthy remembrance of a special - if scruffy and untidy - member of the village community. Norah Batty will definitely miss him!