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Posted by remfren8 (U14798978) on Monday, 28th February 2011
started listening to this by accident thought it was an excerpt from Gullivers travels, but the synopsis sounded intersting so started listening - have to say I think it's great! had me laughing out loud as they say. Definitely booking next week's slot to listen to more absurd takes on today's society - in fact joined the MB just to say how good this is!!
Posted by JoSammy (U14141123) on Monday, 28th February 2011
Posted by Princess Anne (U7991547) on Monday, 28th February 2011
Yes it was great, recommended, at least bt me and presumably by you.
Posted by becky sharp (U4544768) on Wednesday, 2nd March 2011
In reply to JoSammy:
Have been a fan since his Drop The Dead Donkey and Between The Lines days
More a smile on the face all the way through than laugh out loud listen but none the less enjoyable for that...
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Posted by guruswami (U2112998) on Tuesday, 29th March 2011
Enjoyed the whole series. Well written, especially. Some very astute and smart pasges.
Posted by JoSammy (U14141123) on Tuesday, 29th March 2011
I didn't think the last episode was laugh out loud until the "twitface" comment - that caught me unawares and I had to rewind because my snorting meant I couldn't hear the rest of the prog.
Very good. (and please - not on the telly - stick to radio, it is best - especially as a lot of it is memory )
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