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The hit improvisation radio show that spawned the TV phenomenon Regular team captains Stephen Fry and John Sessions are joined by Lenny Henry, Dawn French, Hugh Laurie, Enn Reitel, Jimmy Mulville, Nonny Williams, Griff Rhys Jones, Kate Robbins, John Bird, Rory Bremner and Jon Glover, as they battle their way through a succession of games and romp through a world of literary styles, TV theme tunes, and film genres. Chairman Clive Anderson desperately tries to hold the whole thing together and the guests make it up as they go along in this riot of improvisation. First heard on BBC Radio 4 in January 1988, Whose Line is it Anyway? went on to run for 10 series on Channel 4 and found success in America. Based on comedy suggestions from the studio audience, this is ad-libbed comedy at its best. With Colin Sell at the piano. Devised and compiled by Mark Leveson, with additional material by Martin Booth. Produced by Dan PattersonShow more
The second, wonderfully anarchic picture book, based on the hugely-successful 'Little Wolf' fiction seriesThe Wolf family have got no food, so Little Wolf and Smellybreff are sent to get a piggy for supper. But piggies prove extremely hard to catch and it is getting late...What will the wolf cubs take home to eat?Show more
Not the Nine O'Clock News is regarded as one of the classics of British television comedy. Written by some of Britain's finest comedy writers, including Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Blackadder), Guy Jenkin (Outnumbered, Drop the Dead Donkey), David Renwick (One Foot in the Grave) and Andrew Marshall (2point4 children), the show was innovative, rude - and extremely funny. This hilarious compilation includes some of the best sketches and songs, including '(I Like) Trucking', 'England My Leotard', 'Supa Dupa', as well as the Barry Manilow and Ronald Reagan songs. With its irreverent and outrageous look at everything from University Challenge, marriage and lager to bad language and squashed hedgehogs, this release features some of the sharpest, wittiest comedy to have graced the small screen. But be warned: there is strong language and adult humour which reflects the era in which it was first performed.Show more
Letters home from an adventuring wolf cub, read by Griff Rhys JonesDear Mum and Dad,Please please PLEEEEZ let me come home. I only cleaned my teeth last week for a joke. And brushing my fur, and going to bed early, that was just tricks to trick you! Why must I go to Cunning College to learn Uncle Bigbad's 9 Rules of Badness?Yours fedupply, Little WolfLittle Wolf's very first adventurous journey to Cunning College now available once more on tape.A real treat to listen to, with specially composed music and sound effects, this narration by Griff Rhys Jones will be a favourite for the whole family.Show more
Another Little Wolf story on tape - Arroooooooo!!!!READ BY GRIFF RHYS JONESLittle Wolf, his cousin Yeller, baby brother Smellybreff, Stubbs Crow and Normus Bear set up the Yelloweyes Forest Detective Agency . Following the departure of their main teacher and star attraction of Haunted Hall for Small Horrors, Little and chums close the school to become forest detectives. Their specialities are tracking and trailing with Stubbs Crow being the flying squad; Smellbreff specialising in small clues and Normus Bear specialising in large clues. Told in letter form by Little Wolf.Show more
Songs and sketches from the groundbreaking BBC comedy series show starring Rowan Atkinson, Griff Rhys Jones, Mel Smith and Pamela Stephenson. 'Not the Nine O’Clock News' is regarded as one of the great classics of British television humour. Written by some of Britain’s finest comedy writers, including Richard Curtis, Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin, the show was innovative, shocking and rude – and extremely funny. Published on CD for the first time, this hilarious compilation includes some of the very best sketches and songs, including ‘(I Like) Trucking’, ‘England My Leotard’, ‘Nice Video (Shame about the Song)’, the ‘Two Ninnies’ song and of course ‘(The Memory) Kinda Lingers’. With its irreverent and outrageous look at everything from TV programmes such as 'Game for a Laugh', 'Question Time' and 'The Two Ronnies' to the Royal Family, pop stars and squashed hedgehogs, this release will appeal to all those who fondly remember the original series, and to anyone else who simply wants to sample some of the sharpest, wittiest comedy around.Show more
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