‘SOME POSHOS OFF THE RADIO’ – ie Emma Thompson and the Who Dares Wins lot – perform a bunch of old Douglas Adams/Clive Anderson/Griff Rhys-Jones Not The Nine O’Clock News-esque revue sketches and get mistaken for naughty ‘alternative’ comedians (and asked to make a ‘proper’ album to boot). Letters of outrage to Feedback ensue, as in fact do several major careers in heavyweight drama.
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No Mastermind this week, and not much else very interesting to be honest, hence the umpteenth appearance in Creamguide this year for this as part of an evening of familiar repeats. As we know, ABBA at the BBC isn’t really anything of the sort, just a load of ABBA videos and more of less the entirety of Disco In The Snow. Still, the music’s nice.
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Points of View
- In 'Magnum PI', Ol says: "“What was their relationship?” masters was bumming magnum, obviously."
- In 'The Children’s Film Foundation', David says: "http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GEHEIMSACHE-FuNF-FIVE-CL UES-TO-FORTUNE-GB-1957-CHILDRENS-FILM-FOUNDATIO..."
- In 'RADCLIFFE, Mark', Eight Ace says: "I stopped listening to R1 the minute the Mark and Lard shows finished."
- In 'Dukes of Hazzard, The', Austin Maxi says: "Closing titles usually played over a scene of Rosco’s police cruiser chasing the General Lee Dodge Charger round and round some..."
- In 'Life Without George', Austin Maxi says: "‘Everywhere you look it’s two by two, everyone’s got someone, save for you!’ as the theme song told us...."