Beforehand unseen diaries and notebooks written by late comic Victoria Wooden have impressed a TV documentary concerning the making of her sitcom Dinnerladies.
Wooden, who was born in Bury, Larger Manchester, died at the age of 62 in April 2016 after battling most cancers.
Backstage images may even be used for the three-part documentary, which is able to discover how the 1990s comedy was made.
Government producer Lindsay Jex stated it might “inform the definitive story” of the award-winning BBC present.
Fellow producer Iain Coyle stated “extraordinary materials” had been “uncovered”.
Referred to as Dinnerladies Diaries, he stated the programme “will give us a novel perception into how one our best-loved reveals was conceived and produced”.
Wooden discovered fame within the 1980s for her TV sketches together with Acorn Antiques with comedy associate Julie Walters.
She received 5 Baftas together with for her ITV drama Housewife, 49.
The brand new three-part sequence, which is able to air on TV channel Gold, may even function interviews with the Dinnerladies forged.
The channel stated the notebooks, pictures and studio data had by no means been seen earlier than.
Operating for 2 sequence, Dinnerladies noticed actress Maxine Peake make her TV debut and likewise featured Dame Thora Hird’s final efficiency.
Ms Jex stated: “We now have unearthed some really superb unseen gems from the archive mixed with first-hand perception from the forged and crew.”