We Are Klang on BBC News
Welcome to the first We Are Klang blog. You can only read this on the condition you watch our new show, every Thursday 10.30pm on BBC Three.
Greg Davies (tall, very attractive), Marek Larwood (bald, very attractive) and Steve Hall (Jewish, very attractive) play incompetent councillors desperately trying to cope with ongoing problems in the beautiful town of Klangbury. However, in real life they are moderately normal people. Here's an insight into their lives outside of the television set in their weekly blog.
Our entertainment interview was all filmed in the same studio as the newsreader bits beforehand. Everyone is very serious like at funerals or during A level exams. In an attempt to lighten the atmosphere we all danced off camera to the BBC News music played before our interview.
This led to one of the newsreaders giving us a look like he wanted to smash all our faces in with a hammer until they no longer looked like our faces. It was strange to see a newsman's face engorged with such emotion. I have seen this newsman before reading stories about atrocities in Rwanda without any facial expressions. I can only conclude that he found our dance more offensive.
Then we had the interview with a lovely lady called Tamsin, it was very successful and we didn't look remotely uncomfortable at all. I think we forgot to say that the programme starts on Thursday July 30th at 10.30pm, that was the main point of the interview.
After the interview we walked past the angry newsman's desk again, he was still sitting there, but this time he pretended that we weren't alive. I don't think the newsman ever smiles not even at the quirky story at the end of the news.
We are Klang starts tonight... at 10.30pm on BBC Three. Despite what this trail might suggest: