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The One with Anubis, Almighty Jackal-Headed God of the Egyptian Underworld

Episode 4 of 4

Duration:
28 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 21 August 2012

Comedy's best kept secret ingredient gets his own sketch show. Sketches, characters, sound effects, bit of music, some messin' about, you know...

In this episode, Kevin goes into space, meets a bandit and evokes the powerful gods of Ancient Egypt. Not all at the same time, obviously - that would be weird. No, separately.

Kevin Eldon is a comedy phenomenon. He's been in virtually every major comedy show in the last fifteen years, but not content with working with the likes of Chris Morris, Steve Coogan, Armando Iannucci, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse, Stewart Lee, Julia Davis and Graham Linehan, he's finally decided to put together his own comedy series for BBC Radio 4.

After all the waiting - Kevin Eldon Will See You Now.

Appearing in this episode are Amelia Bullmore (I'm Alan Partridge, Scott & Bailey), Julia Davis (Nighty Night), Rosie Cavaliero (Peep Show), Paul Putner (Little Britain), Justin Edwards (The Consultants) and David Reed (The Penny Dreadfuls) with special guest Phil Cornwell as David Bowie circa 1973.

Written by Kevin Eldon.
With additional material by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris (Flight Of The Conchords, That Mitchell & Webb Sound).

Original music by Martin Bird.

Produced and directed by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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