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Discovering Tony Hancock

Last month, I started listening to BBC Radio 4 Extra’s repeats of ‘Hancock’s Half Hour’ – with episodes dating back to 1954. 102 episodes were made – and BBC Radio 4 Extra repeat these chronologically, and when they’ve finished the run of repeats – they start all over again… this is how popular the episodes still are. 724 more words


Rocks In The Attic #526: Tony Hancock - ‘Golden Hour Of Tony Hancock’ (1974)

Anything from the pen of Ray Galton and Alan Simpson is always worth a listen, and while I prefer the boiled-down pathos of Steptoe & Son… 458 more words


talking equity in education with Ken Williams

Ken Williams is the founder and creative force behind Unfold the Soul. He’s an unwavering voice for high standards in education and for turning noble, poster-sized sentiments into action. 1,091 more words

Take Two

Kenneth Williams, take two 🎬.So Kenneth’s face had been bugging me all Friday night and even in my weird dreams I was working out what was so off about it. 96 more words


Ohh Stop Messing About!

Kenneth Williams, one of my fave comedy actors growing up in England. From the Carry On films, and later on as the voice of all the characters in the cartoon Willo the Wisp, his humor and stories were fantastic.


Twice Around the Daffodils (1962)

Twice Around the Daffodils (1962) is a classic example of what British cinema became best-known for during the 1960’s (outside of kitchen-sink-dramas and gothic horror) – old-fashioned, feel-good humour. 362 more words


Carry On But Don't Lose Your Head (1966 UK)

“Infamy, infamy – they’ve all got it in for me!” Screenwriter Talbot Rothwell was at his best when indulging his fondness for historical burlesque. Sumptuously mounted (ooh er) on various high-blown locations, including Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire – the former home of the Rothschilds, this is a beautifully produced and acted film. 488 more words