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BBC Pays Tribute to Late Actress Caroline Aherne with Christmas Day Special

BBC Pays Tribute to Late Actress Caroline Aherne with Christmas Day Special

Who can resist the charm and wit of Caroline Aherne, even in the face of tragedy?

A heartfelt documentary titled ‘Caroline Aherne: Queen Of Comedy’ is set to air on BBC Two on Christmas Day, honoring the genius of the late actress Caroline Aherne. The film will feature contributions from her best friend and writing partner Craig Cash, who emotionally shared his experiences with Aherne’s struggles and passing. It promises to be a touching tribute to one of the great comedic talents of our time.

BBC Pays Tribute to Late Actress Caroline Aherne with Christmas Day Special

The documentary ‘Caroline Aherne: Queen Of Comedy’ is set to be broadcasted on BBC Two this Christmas, as a special tribute to the talented actress. The film will provide an intimate look into Aherne’s life and work, featuring unseen photographs and interviews with The Royle Family cast, as well as her colleagues and friends.

Among the contributors is Craig Cash, Aherne’s best friend and writing partner. Cash emotionally revealed how Aherne called him after a traumatic incident in 1998, and opened up about her illness and eventual passing from cancer in 2016. Reflecting on their time together, he shared Aherne’s words, ‘We had some laughs, didn’t we Cashy?’

Sue Johnston, Aherne’s former co-star, recently disclosed that she had only just been able to watch her hit sitcom ‘The Royle Family’ following the deaths of several cast members. The actress, who played Barbara Royle in the comedy, expressed her admiration for the landmark 2006 episode, ‘The Queen of Sheba’, and the pride she feels when watching it. She also fondly remembered Aherne, stating, ‘Yes, I miss her. All the time.’

The Royle Family Christmas special in 2006, featuring the death of character Norma ‘Nana’ Speakman played by the late Liz Smith, left fans in tears. The episode showcased the loving relationship between Nana and her family, culminating in a touching scene before her peaceful passing. Liz Smith, known for her role in ‘The Vicar of Dibley’, passed away on Christmas Eve in 2016 at the age of 95.

The upcoming documentary serves as a tribute to Caroline Aherne’s incredible talent and the lasting impact she had on both her fellow actors and fans alike. It promises to be a bittersweet journey through her life and the joy she brought to audiences through her brilliant work in ‘The Royle Family’ and as the narrator of ‘Gogglebox’.

As viewers gather around their televisions on Christmas Day to watch this heartfelt tribute, they will be reminded of Caroline Aherne’s unique comedic genius and the loss the entertainment industry suffered when she passed away. Her legacy lives on, and this documentary ensures that her memory will be cherished for years to come.

BBC Pays Tribute to Late Actress Caroline Aherne with Christmas Day Special

  • Caroline Aherne: Queen Of Comedy will air on BBC Two on Christmas Day
  • The documentary will include unseen photographs and contributions from The Royle Family cast and Aherne’s colleagues and friends
  • Former co-star Sue Johnston shares her thoughts on the show and Aherne’s legacy

BBC Pays Tribute to Late Actress Caroline Aherne with Christmas Day Special

The upcoming documentary ‘Caroline Aherne: Queen Of Comedy’ is a poignant tribute to the late actress Caroline Aherne, showcasing her talent and the impact she had on the entertainment industry. With unseen photographs and heartfelt contributions from her colleagues and friends, this film is a must-watch for fans and admirers of Aherne’s work.