16 tony blakemore from deniliquin NSW Australia: Absolutely love the show but I have despaired of finding the pilot episode from 1969.
15 wendy sumnerDevon from Devon: Billy 'enshaw standing in a cupboard naked covering his privates with a cullender. Chris Beeney was a friend of my parents and grand parents. Made a film called johnny with them. Chris was not cheeky so surprised he ever did this scene.
14 norma from west yorkshire: Great comedy great timing, when news of death, therefore business, came over the telephone - no actress on earth could have said "oh I AM sorry" in quite the well times and hillarious way Thora Hird did, the bonus for me was she reminded me of my auntie winnie who had a telephone voice of a similar kind! Dame Thora hird was great always we have much to thank her for and the rest of the cast were good too its the best kind of comedy a group of actors well times working together.
13 doreen jones from skelmersdale: bedroom scene were the bed collapses that was hilarious very very funny
12 richard from north east: fantastic just received my first episode ( from hmv) brings back a lot ov memories from my childhood
11 les from cleveland: a brilliant series dame thora at her best . so pleased its out on dvd now. eagerly awaiting my copy 2 arrive
10 Phill from Yorkshire: the first series is now on dvd. fantastic watch!
9 rob from leicester: my ma in law loves it. i thought it was a poor version of last of the summer wine
8 Richard from London: Yes, it was a very funny show - 36 episodes in all - with the first show featuring a runaway coffin which ended up floating away on the Bridgewater Canal. What I can't understand is why it's not available on video/dvd, when so many
lesser series are
7 Linda Edisbury from Liverpool: I love it when Thora puts on that posh voice she makes me howl with laughter. It was a great show bring it back on please.p
6 Phill from Yorkshire: The theme tune from in loving memory is by Herbert Chappell and i think it may by called Jaunty if thats any help
5 larry marcum from north carolina,usa: Classic humor that only some british writers master. Droll and funny.
4 becky from swindon: the theme music was a well known tune, played on a bassoon , oboe or suchlike. I've tried to find out what it's called, but to no avail. Anyone know?
3 albert from barwell, leicester: A truly hilarious show with Dame Thora Hird at her very best. Have tried to get the show on dvd but to no avail!!!!!
2 rhonda McClements from Londonderry. N.Ireland: I really enjoyed thora hird as ivy. I am a huge fan of thora hird's ever since, i saw her in alan bennett's talking heads. I was also a fan of last of the summer wine, her character edie made be squeal with laughter from finish to end.
1 freddie from elgin: really is a classic comedy thora oops!!!! sorry Dame Thora Hird was a brilliant undertaker & certainly made you laugh loudly