FANS of Last of the Summer Wine are waiting to see if it has landed a place as one of Britain's all-time favourite sitcoms.
The long-running series, filmed in Holmfirth, is up against 50 classic shows for the title.
A three-hour programme, presented by Jonathan Ross on BBC2 on January 10, will reveal the results of a first round of voting.
Viewers will then be given the chance to make their choice from the top 10.
Summer Wine supporters today said they were hoping the programme would win recognition.
Royston Rogers, immediate past-president of Holme Valley Business Association, said: "I watched it long before I even came to Holmfirth 20 years ago and really enjoyed it.
"As well as being entertaining, it's done a lot for Holmfirth. In my mind it's No 1."
Over 10 Saturday nights each of the top 10 nominations will be treated to their own one-hour programme.
They will feature clips and interviews with cast, writers and fans, leading up to a live spectacular on March 27.
Mr Rogers said: "I'll be trying to get people to vote for Last of the Summer Wine if it reaches the final 10. It's great, harmless entertainment and has certainly put Holmfirth on the map."
The top 50 list also includes 'Allo 'Allo, starring Huddersfield-born Gorden Kaye, and The League of Gentlemen, which featured some scenes filmed on the moors above Marsden.