Is there a more influential figure in radio comedy in the last quarter of a century than Chris Morris? Certainly at a time when comedians are talked up as being outrageous but end up simply running through increasingly tedious tropes, Morris’ shows certainly seemed to have a real sense of danger about them, not least when he was live on Radio 1 and creating genuinely shocking and unsettling pieces of broadcasting. You’ll hear some of it in this three hour miscellany which we’re sure will be absolutely fascinating. The one thing we don’t like so much about Morris is how he doesn’t talk about himself enough, because we would have loved commentaries on the Day Today DVD and there’s no reason why he shouldn’t have done them, he’s clearly a massively intelligent and engaging figure and they would have been fascinating. Inevitably he doesn’t contribute here, though many of his associates including Messers Banyham and Iannucci do.