It’s Roy Clarke’s Last of the Summer Wine: Vintages 1988 & 1989 out on DVD from BBC Home Video. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:
When the lure of Georgian silver prompts the boys to scour the canal in a homemade glass-bottomed boat, chaos ensues as Compo (Bill Owen) smuggles a dog into the hospital to cheer up an old friend. At Seymour’s (Michael Aldridge) urging, Compo and Clegg (Peter Sallis) try their hand at skiing on trays, and a Welsh ferret in Compo’s care has an eventful day out. Compo hopes that wind-surfing on an ironing board will win the ever-elusive admiration of Nora Batty (Kathy Staff), but the speed record goes to Edie’s son-in-law Barry (Mike Grady) when he tangles with Wesley’s (Gordon Wharmby) oversized kite.
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