In an interview with BBC Radio 2’s Jo Wiley on 4th June 2014, David Jason chatted about some of his latest work, inevitably the chat turned to Still Open All Hours.

He revealed how the head of BBC comedy had asked him to do something with the BBC again, that chat turned to the matter of writers. David Jason felt that most writers of comedy wrote for themselves, hear the full interview including Sir David’s take on some of the more modern comedy by following the link http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p020bxc4.

We’ve more on Still Open All Hours and more besides in an upcoming interview with writer Roy Clarke, as part of our upcoming series of posts looking back at 60 years of the great British Sitcom.

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