Well, here we are. After three weeks of Harry Secombe covering for an indisposed Tony Hancock we’re back to where we started. The regular cast assembled on 8th May 1955 to pick up where they left off with a recording session at the Paris Studios for transmission a mere two days later. 3,511 more words
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Here we are then. Week three of Hancock’s Half Hour, without Tony Hancock. It’s been a strange run of episodes so far. Everything is almost normal but not quite, simply because of the gaping Hancock shaped void at the centre of proceedings. 2,348 more words
Right, where were we then?
Several centuries ago I started to take a look at the mysterious episodes of Hancock’s Half Hour on radio which Tony Hancock isn’t even in. 2,100 more words
Get ready to be entertained! This is an assignment I was assigned, in which I had to evaluate what I thought of different magazine shows. I thought I’d post it in my blog in case anyone was at all interested (You most likely wouldn’t be in fairness, unless you were obsessed with me or something…) in my opinion on the shows that I listened to. 1,219 more words