A Guiseley fish and chip shop is to feature in a TV programme about the life of Sooty creator Harry Corbett.

Springfield Fisheries was the home of Harry Corbett during his adolescence when the fish shop was owned by his parents.

And now the Sooty creator's son Matthew Corbett has returned to the shop for a BBC2 programme which will be screened at 9.45pm on May 10.

Footage of the shop and the flat above where Harry used to practice his piano, have been filmed for The Comedy Map of Britain.

Trudy Bakr, who owns the fisheries along with Colin Robinson, said they were approached by a producer last year who then brought Matthew Corbett to be filmed talking about his father's career.

She said they were both aware of the shop's history when they took it over eight year ago.

"We knew that Harry Corbett had been brought up here. There have been one or two different articles written about it.

"But I was quite surprised when they said Mathew Corbett was going to come. He was lovely and had a chat.

"I have a photo of the shop when it was Corbett's and he was quite taken with that.

"I didn't go into the lounge with them, but when he came out he said it was quite a strange feeling and quite emotional, as he had never been in the building before."

The fisheries was recently rated five star for health and hygiene.