Tourism bosses have launched an Alan Partridge walking tour to celebrate the fictional DJ's association with Norwich.
As the city prepares to host the premiere of the film Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa on Wednesday, VisitNorwich and Norwich City Council Blue Badge Guides have launched a 90-minute tour which takes in key sites.
It includes locations featured in the film, along with London Street - the first conventional street to be pedestrianised in Britain and the city's war memorial to acknowledge Partridge's hatred of health and safety rules.
James Berresford, VisitEngland's chief executive, said: "I have no doubt that Alan will help drive visitors to the city. Our research shows that 40% of tourists want to visit locations that they see in films, and he will become to Norwich what Harry Potter is to Alnwick Castle and Lady Mary is to Highclere Castle, albeit in slacks and driving gloves."
Five open tours will run between August 9 and 11, costing £6 per person. The tour will continue on a private basis after these dates.
Alpha Papa producers announced earlier this month that the first showing of the film would be in Norwich, following a campaign by locals on Twitter.