TOURISM bosses have overlooked Kirklees in a glossy map of famous film and TV locations around England.
Scenic Pennine areas used in Last of the Summer Wine and Where the Heart Is are absent from a list of TV locations in the leaflet drawn up by VisitBritain.
But staff at VisitBritain - which markets the beauty of the UK to the rest of the world - say later versions of the fold-out will mention Holme Valley-based Last of the Summer Wine.
The map has just been released to coincide with the latest swords and sandals movie, King Arthur.
Among the famous programmes listed are Heartbeat and All Creatures Great and Small, both filmed in North Yorkshire, and Inspector Morse which is set in Oxford.
Jonathan Simpson, of VisitBritain, said Last of the Summer Wine had been missed off early versions of the leaflet, but was being included in later print runs.
"We tried to do a big geographical spread around the country," he said.
"We'd clearly like to include Where The Heart Is and Last of the Summer Wine and other fantastic programmes filmed in Yorkshire."
But Mr Simpson said the size of the leaflet meant that space was at a premium.
Other programmes in the leaflet are Bergerac, filmed in the Channel Islands, and Cold Feet, shot in Manchester.
The map ties up locations made famous with Arthurian legends alongside the more famous British movie locations.
Some of the films on the list are the Harry Potter trilogy, parts of which were filmed at Goathland in North Yorkshire, and The Full Monty shot in Sheffield and Bolsover in Derbyshire .
It is estimated that one in five overseas visitors are inspired to visit Britain because of something they have seen in a film or on TV.