Friday, 4 June 2021

Nobody's House / Kit Curran / Bob's Full House


Greetings traveller, and welcome back! You catch us in a state of some flux as the decorators are almost finished, just in time for the NEW series of The Peggy Mount Calamity Hour! Taking a slightly more focused approach to profane nostalgia, it's time to slough off the aviators and reach for the wayfarers and speciality spin-off merchandise...

In this special sneak-peek, we wave goodbye to the cavernous beige sound-stages of the 1970s with a quick stop at Nobody's House, before ushering in a dynamic new decade by cranking up The Kit Curran Radio Show, then wearing out the edges of our seats with the absolute unadulterated TENSION of Bob's Full House.

Whose mind imagined the bleakest of callbacks when watching a comedy melodrama about a ghost-child? Whose usual and well-documented aversion to farce was put to one side when that somehow proved to be the most enjoyable aspect of an entire sitcom episode? And how is Tim planning to get all them prizes back home from BBC Television Centre in one go?

Well, twiddle the knob and find out...




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