David Jason has paid tribute to his Only Fools and Horses co-star Roger Lloyd Pack:
The familiar faces of cockney wheeler dealers Del Boy and Rodney Trotter are to return to British screens for the first time in a decade, the BBC has confirmed.
The sitcom is set to be aired as part of a one-off charity special for Sport Relief in March, the broadcaster revealed.
Details of the plot or nature of the programme have not been revealed, but a BBC spokesman said " a short sketch" is being produced.
The show stars David Jason as wheeler dealer Del Boy and his bumbling younger brother Rodney - Nicholas Lyndhurst.
A BBC spokeswoman said: "There are plans afoot for a short Only Fools and Horses sketch for Sport Relief.
"Further details will be announced in the build up the appeal night on March 21".
Created by John Sullivan, who died aged 64 in 2011, the show became the most successful British comedy made since first airing in 1981.
It ran as a regular show until 1991 and has since reappeared in sporadic Christmas specials - the last of which was in 2003.
Bridget Jones's Diary author Helen Fielding saw the funny side of a publishing error that caused parts of David Jason's autobiography to appear in her latest novel, telling ITV News "nothing turns out perfectly".
The publisher of Bridget Jones's Diary has confirmed to ITV News that readers got an "accidental preview" of David Jason's autobiography in some copies of the latest Helen Fielding novel.
Vintage Publishing said its printers had "had a Bridget moment", although it stopped short of labelling them plonkers:
Del Boy Trotter may be unexpectedly appearing in the latest edition of Bridget Jones' Diary due to a publishing mix-up, the Evening Standard has reported.
A newly released edition of the Helen Fielding book series reportedly contains chunks from the autobiography of Only Fools and Horses actor David Jason due to a print error.
The Standard says the book, titled 'Mad About the Boy', has been sent out with 40 pages of Jason's book 'My Life'.
A spokesman for publisher Penguin Random House reportedly told the paper: "There was a small print error. I can't say how many."