BIZARRE ‘SIDEWAYS LOOK’ at Glam Rock from a media career-courting Noddy Holder, coinciding neatly with Reeves & Mortimer’s ‘Slade In Residence’ sketches, who played hits and obscurities (i.e. Barry Blue) and bookended them with a combination of anecdotally personal tales of hi-jinks and Radcliffe-inspired punnery. Presence of Marc Riley in the producer’s seat explains the latter, along with incongruous appearance of Pathe News-parodying Radcliffe show character Cyril Dorricot.Read More
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Thursday, 19.30, 00.00, BBC4
Well, many congratulations to Startrax for managing to be the least interesting performers on a programme that also featured Tony Banks from Genesis. If anyone wants to know why studio groups usually stay in the studio, that’s exhibit A. More visual splendour from Aneka, joined by a bewigged Legs & Co (mmm, brunette Sue and Lulu) and then even joining the conga to see the show out. We’ve skipped another week here so a few repeats, plus another sodding medley, but all good fun.
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