John Walsh explores the male desire to stand out, sartorially and in attitude. His first inspiration comes from a poet of the boulevards, who walked something strange on a lead.
Writer John Walsh explores the male desire to stand out in all manner of attire, in all eras.
To set the scene he describes a poet of the boulevard who took something strange for a walk, this being a template for the characters who follow. Then there's reference to a Mr Tituss Burgess and to the author himself who is, sartorially, rather hit and miss.
Producer Duncan Minshull.
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