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Fun At One - The Story Of Comedy At Radio 1 By Tim Worthington
Paperback: $11.72
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Fun At One is the first complete history of comedy on BBC Radio 1. Launched in 1967, the BBC’s pop music service provided an outlet for comics who struggled to get exposure elsewhere, from... More > the humorous disc jockeys of the late sixties and early seventies, through to edgy standup comedians in the late eighties, and more than one whose act defies description even today. Fun At One traces the story of comedy on Radio 1 from its launch to more recent experiments with podcasting and streaming video. Along the way it covers Kenny Everett, Rawlinson End, Adrian Juste, Lenny Henry, Victor Lewis-Smith, The Mary Whitehouse Experience, Lee & Herring’s Fist Of Fun, The Chris Morris Music Show, Mark & Lard, Blue Jam and much more besides, not to mention – of course – Smashie & Nicey. Fun At One is an essential addition to any library, but particularly one that’s had a large shotgun hole blasted in it by Sir Henry Rawlinson.< Less
Fun At One - The Story Of Comedy At Radio 1 By Tim Worthington
eBook (PDF): $4.82
Fun At One is the first complete history of comedy on BBC Radio 1. Launched in 1967, the BBC’s pop music service provided an outlet for comics who struggled to get exposure elsewhere, from... More > the humorous disc jockeys of the late sixties and early seventies, through to edgy standup comedians in the late eighties, and more than one whose act defies description even today. Fun At One traces the story of comedy on Radio 1 from its launch to more recent experiments with podcasting and streaming video. Along the way it covers Kenny Everett, Rawlinson End, Adrian Juste, Lenny Henry, Victor Lewis-Smith, The Mary Whitehouse Experience, Lee & Herring’s Fist Of Fun, The Chris Morris Music Show, Mark & Lard, Blue Jam and much more besides, not to mention – of course – Smashie & Nicey. Fun At One is an essential addition to any library, but particularly one that’s had a large shotgun hole blasted in it by Sir Henry Rawlinson.< Less
Not On Your Telly By Tim Worthington
eBook (PDF): $2.98
Delving into the mysterious world of 'lost' TV (and music, and plays, and more, whether it's 'lost' through being wiped, being censored, or just plain being ignored, from familiar names like Doctor... More > Who, Bob Dylan, Lee & Herring, The Beatles and Play School to the frighteningly obscure likes of R.3, Rubovia, The Tyrant King and Hear'Say It's Saturday!. Along the way you'll find out more than you ever wanted to know about The BBC Pinocchio, John Lennon in Mono, Betty Boo in a swimsuit, and a certain action serial named Skiboy...< Less
Not On Your Telly By Tim Worthington
Paperback: $8.42
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Delving into the mysterious world of 'lost' TV (and music, and plays, and more, whether it's 'lost' through being wiped, being censored, or just plain being ignored, from familiar names like Doctor... More > Who, Bob Dylan, Lee & Herring, The Beatles and Play School to the frighteningly obscure likes of R.3, Rubovia, The Tyrant King and Hear'Say It's Saturday!. Along the way you'll find out more than you ever wanted to know about The BBC Pinocchio, John Lennon in Mono, Betty Boo in a swimsuit, and a certain action serial named Skiboy...< Less
Well At Least It's Free By Tim Worthington
eBook (PDF): $3.00
(1 Ratings)
Tim Worthington has been writing for websites, fanzines, and anywhere else fool enough to let him for a frightening number of years. This is a selection of highlights, lowlights and just plain... More > weird-lights, including features on Lost, Heroes, Pink Floyd, Hamble from Play School, ITV's most controversial sitcom, and far too much about Doctor Who. Especially if it's in black and white.< Less
Well At Least It's Free By Tim Worthington
Paperback: $8.95
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Tim Worthington has been writing for websites, fanzines, and anywhere else fool enough to let him for a frightening number of years. This is a selection of highlights, lowlights and just plain... More > weird-lights, including features on Lost, Heroes, Pink Floyd, Hamble from Play School, ITV's most controversial sitcom, and far too much about Doctor Who. Especially if it's in black and white.< Less
Higher Than the Sun By Tim Worthington
eBook (PDF): $4.61
Higher Than The Sun is the story of four albums released by Creation Records late in 1991. It’s a story that starts with a compilation tape, and ends with a jaw-dropping act of career suicide.... More > In between, someone gets chased by a cow. It’s a story of wild studio experimentation, demolished genre boundaries, audacious licensing deals and photos of french footballers. It’s a story that involves such fondly-remembered and long-forgotten names as House Of Love, Ride, Denim, Flowered Up, Fabulous and Adorable. And takes in Brian Cant, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, and someone playing guitar inside a tent. It’s the story of Screamadelica by Primal Scream, Foxbase Alpha by Saint Etienne, Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub, and Loveless by My Bloody Valentine. And how, long before Britpop, Creation Records took on the world and very nearly won…< Less
Higher Than The Sun By Tim Worthington
Paperback: $6.23
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Higher Than The Sun is the story of four albums released by Creation Records late in 1991. It’s a story that starts with a compilation tape, and ends with a jaw-dropping act of career suicide.... More > In between, someone gets chased by a cow. It’s a story of wild studio experimentation, demolished genre boundaries, audacious licensing deals and photos of french footballers. It’s a story that involves such fondly-remembered and long-forgotten names as House Of Love, Ride, Denim, Flowered Up, Fabulous and Adorable. And takes in Brian Cant, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, and someone playing guitar inside a tent. It’s the story of Screamadelica by Primal Scream, Foxbase Alpha by Saint Etienne, Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub, and Loveless by My Bloody Valentine. And how, long before britpop, Creation Records took on the world and very nearly won…< Less
Top of the Box By Tim Worthington
eBook (PDF): $4.56
From Every Loser Wins to Awesome Dood!, the story behind every single released by BBC Records And Tapes. Between 1970 and 1990, BBC Records And Tapes released almost three hundred singles, ranging... More > from some of the best known theme tunes in television history, to full-length versions of ones that nobody had even asked for a short version of to begin with. Along the way they also put out one-off oddities by everyone from up-and-coming folkies to the sound of someone hitting a phone. Possibly the most bafflingly diverse catalogue of singles ever issued, it's a fascinating indication of what really was popular - and sometimes unpopular - with viewers at the time. Top Of The Box tells the story behind each of these singles, taking in familiar names, cult artists and obscure bafflements alike, and including the likes of Simon May, Nick Berry, Brown Sauce, The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and of course Keith Harris & Orville. So many singles by Keith Harris & Orville. Including one that wasn't even released...< Less
Top Of The Box By Tim Worthington
Paperback: $7.87
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From Every Loser Wins to Awesome Dood!, the story behind every single released by BBC Records And Tapes. Between 1970 and 1990, BBC Records And Tapes released almost three hundred singles, ranging... More > from some of the best known theme tunes in television history, to full-length versions of ones that nobody had even asked for a short version of to begin with. Along the way they also put out one-off oddities by everyone from up-and-coming folkies to the sound of someone hitting a phone. Possibly the most bafflingly diverse catalogue of singles ever issued, it's a fascinating indication of what really was popular - and sometimes unpopular - with viewers at the time. Top Of The Box tells the story behind each of these singles, taking in familiar names, cult artists and obscure bafflements alike, and including the likes of Simon May, Nick Berry, Brown Sauce, The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and of course Keith Harris & Orville. So many singles by Keith Harris & Orville. Including one that wasn't even released...< Less