Run VT “We all rushed to the canteen during Ultravox” By TV Cream Posted on June 3, 2008 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Here’s a fantastic clip from the fantastic RDA, a show that deserved so much more of everything (acclaim, audience, recommissions…). It’s John introducing a tribute to studio 2 at Television Centre, followed by the best way to end a series ever: Related Items: Share Tweet Share Share Email 3 Comments 3 Comments Steve Williams June 3, 2008 at 7:31 pm Yes! This is a brilliant clip, and one I’ve been dying to see again. Funnily enough this was the very first thing I watched on digital TV, when I had ONDigital for three days then took it back as I could only get the Beeb channels. The RDA was a brilliant series, though, and there’s bugger all about it on the web. There used to be a fansite but it’s long gone, and there isn’t even a Wikipedia page. It was such a remarkable series, it was basically a telly show about a telly show. John Gordillo now seems to work very much behind the scenes, I know he’s co-written and directed Reginald D Hunter’s shows, but as you can see here he was a brilliant presenter and should have been on telly more. I do know that when they were considering a permanenent replacement for Angus on HIGNFY, before they decided to keep rotating hosts, Alexander Armstrong said it was a toss-up between him and John, who would have been great. Alas, he’s never even done one show. Reply FeedbackReport June 4, 2008 at 1:52 pm I got yer fan page right here: http://www.tvradiobits.co.uk/digital/rda.htm Cosmos Transmutazoid was ace! Reply Steve Williams June 4, 2008 at 7:13 pm Thanks Tim, there is of course Richard Williams’ page there – which is a great site on the whole – although there was another RDA site with loads of video clips and an episode guide. The two entries that most stick with me there are… * Hats – Everything you wanted to know about millinery in this useful guide. * Paul Foot appeared to introduce a film he had made at a holiday camp, only to be told it had not been edited together yet. When he returned a week later to finally show it, the film was truly awful. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.