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  • - Life, Death and the Thrill of the Catch - The Sunday Times Bestseller inspired by the hit BBC TV series
    by Paul Whitehouse & Bob Mortimer
    £6.99 - 17.49

  • - Sketches from series 1 - 3 of the hit TV show and The Fast Show Live
    by Paul Whitehouse
    £6.99

    Suits you, Sir!With a host of memorable characters and catch-phrases, The Fast Show was one of the most popular BBC TV comedy shows ever. The talents of Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Caroline Aherne, Simon Day and many more come together in this collection of selected TV episodes and special edition of The Fast Show Live. This compilation of sketches from the comedy series, features characters such as Ted and Ralph, coughing Bob Fleming, the "e;Suit you, sir"e; tailors from hell, and the bloke in the stupid hat. Pop down to the jazz club, the football field with Ron Manager or check in on the weather with Channel 9. It's bound to be a Scorchio! All the favourite characters plus new sketches are included in this hilarious collection, plus a bonus collection of sketches taken from the live stage performance of BBC TV's top comedy show.

  • - The perfect gift for this Christmas
    by Paul Whitehouse & Bob Mortimer
    £6.49

    The Sunday Times bestseller and perfect gift for ChristmasTwo comedy greats talk life, friendship and the joys of fishing...Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse have been friends for 30 years, but when life intervened, what was once a joyous and spontaneous friendship dwindled to the odd phone call or occasional catch up. Then, Glory Be! They were both diagnosed with heart disease and realised that time is short. They'd better spend it fishing...So they dusted off their kits, chucked on their waders and ventured into the achingly beautiful British countryside to fish, rediscover the joys of their friendship and ruminate on some of life's most profound questions, such as: How did we get so old? Where are all the fish? What are your favourite pocket meats? What should we do if we find a corpse? Following the success of the BBC's Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing series, this wonderful book by two lifelong friends is a love letter to the joys of angling, the thrill of the catch and the virtue of having a right daft laff with your mates. On the fish, the equipment, the food, and the locations, Gone Fishing is the perfect book for fans of Bob Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse and for anyone who wants to read a brilliantly written and endlessly funny joint memoir on life, friendship and joys of fishing.

  • by Charlie Higson & Paul Whitehouse
    £7.99

    Presented by Gary Bellamy, from BBC TV's 'Bellamy's People'. This is the original phone-in Radio 4 show that first introduced the host of BBC2's 'Bellamy's People'. The complete second series of the controversial BBC Radio 4 phone-in show. When it was launched in the Spring of 2006, 'Down the Line' was such an accurate parody of an inane phone-in show that many Radio 4 listeners (and radio critics) thought it was the real thing and launched a storm of protest. What on earth was Radio 4 coming to? Seasoned comedy listeners, however, soon detected the presence of several well-known voices including members of 'The Fast Show' team, and realised that this was something new and exciting in Radio 4 comedy. Hosted by Rhys Thomas as the keen but none too bright Gary Bellamy, the show's line-up of experts, idiots, bigots, nutters and bores is a snapshot of 21st century Britain and its obsessions; from the environment and immigration to large scale natural disasters and cosmetic surgery. The show was largely improvised by the cast and sprinkled among the calls from the regulars (see front cover) are contributions from special guests including Mark Gatiss, Harry Enfield, Catherine Tate and Arabella Weir. As Gary himself said in the original press release: 'Down the Line is as thought-provoking, controversial, intelligent and well-informed as the average Radio 4 listener.'

  • by Charlie Higson & Paul Whitehouse
    £7.99

    Presented by Gary Bellamy, from BBC TV's 'Bellamy's People'. This is the original phone-in Radio 4 show that first introduced the host of BBC2's 'Bellamy's People'. The third series of the controversial BBC Radio 4 phone-in show. When it was launched in the Spring of 2006, 'Down the Line' was such an accurate parody of an inane phone-in show that many Radio 4 listeners (and radio critics) thought it was the real thing and launched a storm of protest. What on earth was Radio 4 coming to? Seasoned comedy listeners, however, soon detected the presence of several well-known voices including members of 'The Fast Show' team, and realised that this was something new and exciting in Radio 4 comedy. Hosted by Rhys Thomas as the keen but none too bright Gary Bellamy, the show's line-up of experts, idiots, bigots, nutters and bores is a snapshot of 21st century Britain and its obsessions; from the environment and immigration to large scale natural disasters and cosmetic surgery. The show was largely improvised by the cast and sprinkled among the calls from the regulars (see front cover) are contributions from special guests including Omid Djalili and Lee Mack. As Gary himself said in the original press release: 'Down the Line is as thought-provoking, controversial, intelligent and well-informed as the average Radio 4 listener.'

  • by Charlie Higson & Paul Whitehouse
    £7.99

    Presented by Gary Bellamy, from BBC TV's 'Bellamy's People'. This is the original phone-in Radio 4 show that first introduced the host of BBC2's 'Bellamy's People'. The complete first series of the controversial BBC Radio 4 phone-in show. When it was launched in the Spring of 2006, 'Down the Line' was such an accurate parody of an inane phone-in show that many Radio 4 listeners thought it was the real thing and launched a storm of protest. What on earth was Radio 4 coming to? Seasoned comedy listeners, however, soon detected the presence of several well-known voices including members of 'The Fast Show' team, and realised that this was something new and exciting in Radio 4 comedy. Hosted by Rhys Thomas as the keen but none too bright Gary Bellamy, the show's line-up of experts, idiots, bigots, nutters and bores is a snapshot of 21st century Britain and its obsessions; from freedom of speech to whether chocolate has become too serious. The show was largely improvised by the cast and sprinkled among the calls from the regulars are contributions from special guests including Harry Enfield, Catherine Tate and Arabella Weir.

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