For over forty years, On the Buses has been a much loved institution of British television comedy. But despite the loyal and dedicated fan base the series generated, the story of how programme developed have never yet been told. Now, for the first time, series creators Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney have spoken at length about their brainchild. Revealing how the idea for On the Buses came into being, providing a wealth of fascinating detail on casting, the development of the programme, and behind the scenes incidents. Making a bold entrance through the depot doors, 'I 'Ate you Butler - The Making of On the Buses' also features a plethora of memories and anecdotes from lead actress Anna Karen (Olive), as well as many support cast (including Kate Williams, Ursula Mohan, Glenn Whitter and Patricia Clapton), series directors, production designers and studio crew. Coupled with extracts from Reg Varney's diaries, and never-before-seen photographs, the book lifts the lid what life was really like on board the legendary Number 11, taking in the sights of Luxton and revealing; cast feuds, the global legacy of the show, and why Anna Karen can never look a pickled onion in the face again. Hop on board and hold tight for the inside story, as the wheels turn once more for Britain's best loved comedy.