How to Define Oneself in Terms of Regional, Cultural and Geopolitical Identity Without Tears
In a post-referendum world, Jeremy examines nationality, identity and accents. With Susan Murray and Moray Hunter. From September 2014.
Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves.
In this post-referendum world, Jeremy Hardy dispassionately examines the questions of nationality, identity and accents. The noo.
Helping him get to grips with the new world will be stand-up comedian Susan Murray and, broadly speaking, Scotsman Moray Hunter (Absolutely).
Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."
Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.
Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.
Written by Jeremy Hardy
Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.