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UPDATED - Sir David Jason on the set of Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Chips

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David Thair | 00:01 UK time, Saturday, 17 October 2009

Check this out! Our Matt has been back on set of the Only Fools prequel Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Chips, where he bumped in to none other than Sir David Jason, who stopped by to give some tips to the young Del, James Buckley.

Here they are together:

Buckley, Jason and  Lyndhurst
James Buckley, Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst

For more photos from the set, visit our gallery.

EDIT: Updated to include a better photo

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    What a stupid idea casting someone taller than David Jason to play Del Boy as a teenager, did he shrink after he turned 16?

  • Comment number 2.

    i think it is brillant,should have been made years ago hope theres more to come.

  • Comment number 3.

    Hello BBC, I am a BIG OFAH fan from New Zealand. I have been in stitches watching the Series 5-7 on Youtube, I have the first 4 on DVD. I've been searching the net all weekend looking for references to the prequel, and am so pleased your site has posted some scenes and some very encouraging comments - Many thanks!! I am hoping that Rock and Chips airs here in NZ this year, as it will be great to see the history of the Trotter Family- from what I have scene in snippets, it looks awesome!!

  • Comment number 4.

    Brilliant show, I have watched the reruns that are on UKTV in NZ in recent months and the ones I have recorded and it makes them even funnier being able to link the bits.

 

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