WHO do you think is the greatest Glaswegian of all time? The summer we are showcasing the top 50 men and woman who have put the city on the map. Once they have all been revealed, we will be holding a public vote to find the winner. Today we feature two ccomedy legends who have captured the nation's hearts.

WE'VE got Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill to thank for the heart-warming pensioner bromance that is Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade.

The much loved comedy characters first appeared in the pair’s previous TV sketch show Chewin’ the Fat, which aired in Scotland from January 1999 until December 2005 and also featured the character Winston Ingram.

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The pair's sardonic musings on life - including “He who hingeth aboot getteth heehaw." and Frank Spencer-esque day-to-day mishaps quickly captyred the nation’s hearts.

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Following its debut on September  6 2002, 62 episodes of Still Game were aired, including Christmas and Hogmanay specials.

The events of Still Game take place in a floating timeline where the characters remain the same age from series to series.An example of this is when Victor reveals that he is 74 years old in “Scran”, an episode of the second series, but it is not until the fifth series (“Smoke On The Water”) that he celebrates his 75th birthday.

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It was announced on 13 July 2018 that a ninth and final series would be produced later in the year which would see the characters go into “comedy retirement.”

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A third and final SSE Hydro live show Still Game: The Final Farewell was officially announced on 1 November 2018, with 5 shows in September 2019 taking place over three day and a further five shows where announced on 2 November.

Celebrity cameos over the years have included; Clare Grogan, Amy Macdonald and Midge Ure  as well as Martin Compston, Billy  Boyd and Robbie Coltrane.

TOMORROW we find out about our next shortlisted Greatest Glaswegians; legendary musicians Alex Harvey and author Catherine Carswell.