Looks like this is becoming a regular thing now, but that’s all to the good, as we get to hear various sessions that you probably won’t have heard for a while in between Ray’s notoriously grumpy interviews.
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Let’s Play Darts has been one of our favourite Comic Relief spin-offs for a long time though it must be the only show of this kind which hasn’t featured any films of the stars in training, which seems a bit of a waste as you surely want to give the likes of Sean Lock and Bob Mortimer as many opportunities as possible to be funny. Still, if they did that there’d be less time for darts, unless the show was longer which may have made it a bit of a chore to watch. In any case, our favourite Comic Relief spin-off remains Simon Mayo’s 37 hour radio show in 1999, which we have very fond memories of, not least as the late and much lamented Kevin Greening was involved, and Simon will be introducing clips of that and other audio antics for the cause in this programme.
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