Comedian Sir Norman Wisdom is recovering well at his Isle of Man home after undergoing heart surgery.
The operation to fit Sir Norman pacemaker took an hour
The pint-sized comic, who has been in the entertainment industry for seven decades, had a pacemaker fitted in an hour-long operation in Liverpool.
Sir Norman, who turned 91 in February, flew by helicopter to the city's Cardiothoracic Centre on Friday and returned home later that evening.
The surgery followed a routine hospital check-up which revealed a weak pulse.
His agent Johnny Mans said: "Norman is in good spirits and already up and about.
"The pacemaker will give him a new lease of life and he is looking forward to getting on with work."