I mentioned the other week that I was in the process of digitising my VHS collection, to see what interesting things I could find for prosperity. Amongst it was a trailer from 1996 when the BBC was doing another of it's "the licence fee is great cos it gives you things no one else would" campaigns.
Posts about "comedy"
Since getting my new PC, I've been taking stock and reviewing some of the stuff I've got on my hard drive - which is quite a lot actually. Old websites, copies of letters, and a bucket load of WAV files of goodness knows what. But most of all, I've been trawling through the several gigs worth of radio comedies that I've recorded from BBC7 and BBC Radio 4 over the last few years, and still haven't managed to listen to yet.
There are some things in life that I just wish were true for me.
Saw the wonderful Shaun of the Dead yesterday, which for those of you who don't know is a romantic comedy. With zombies.
It's July. It's hot. There's a tent in the park. It must be the Ealing Comedy Festival.
Futurama is good, Futurama is great.
Music and passion are always a fashion for this wonderful comic duo's radio show.
Ali G has a new series set in the USA. Tired or revitalised? Matter of opinion really.
Spaced is a fantasic programme. Buy it, watch it, enjoy it. These three things I command of ye.
Red Dwarf is wonderful, Red Dwarf is great. Red Dwarf is fantastic, and it is, my mate.