The ashes of late Archers veteran Norman Painting have been scattered in a wooded area in Warwickshire that was planted in his honour.
The star, who played Phil Archer in the BBC Radio 4 series for 60 years, died in October last year aged 85.
His ashes were scattered during a private ceremony at a school in Leamington Spa.
Mr Painting's plantation was planted by the Tree Council - of which Painting was vice president - in the grounds of Campion School to honour the actor's 80th birthday.
Trees were also planted at the event - attended by family, friends and charities associated with the actor - in his memory.
A memorial service is to be held later this year.