Summer Winos»Archive for June 2011

Archive for June 2011

Series 3 Episode 3: The Great Boarding House Bathroom Caper

I loved these episodes. Can you tell? Absolutely my favourite of anything we’ve seen so far, and I think the series has hit an extraordinary peak at this stage. I genuinely can’t wait to carry on. Read more

Compo-tition Winner!

Thanks to everyone who entered (Bob even thought number 3 may have been me!), but David made the grade with his thoughtful and nostalgia tinged overview of several eras. We’ll be in touch, David! Read more

REMINDER

Just a quick reminder that today is the final day for submissions to our Compo-tition. Leave a comment on this linked page and be in with a chance to win a copy of Roy Clarke’s first Last of the Summer Wine novel. Read more

Series 3 Episode 1: The Man From Oswestry

There’s a glorious moment when Foggy is rummaging maniacally in his pockets for his notebook, and Clegg turns to Compo and gives him a look of utter, heartfelt joy. It’s only a fleeting second or two, but you have to wonder if there’s a little bit of Sallis’ true feelings in that look – it’s a real ‘everything is going to be alright, after all’ moment, and Sallis seems to be genuinely revelling in Brian Wilde’s performance. Read more

COMPO-tition Time!

To celebrate the fact that we’ve made it through the first ‘era’ of Last of the Summer Wine, From The Get-Go is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of Roy Clarke’s first Last of the Summer Wine novel. Later adapted into the classic television-film Getting Sam Home, this book sees Compo, Clegg and Blamire involved in a scheme to show their ailing friend Sam one last night of pleasure before he succumbs to a weak heart. Read more

Series 2 Episode 7: Northern Flying Circus

BOB: These first two series have a gritty, rough and ready atmosphere that I think slowly begins to lessen from hereon, and lots of that feel is down to Michael Bates who brings a real edge to proceedings. Whereas future ‘third men’ tend to be buffoons, Blamire really isn’t to be messed with Read more