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15 Minute Musical, Series 4

Narrated by: uncredited
Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
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Summary

These musical comedies contain some of the most foot-tapping satire you'll ever hear:

  • "Westminster Side Story" - Gordon Brown and David Cameron are two gang leaders with nothing to fight about.
  • "Life on Noel" - Noel Edmonds wakes up in 2007 and is desperate to return to 1973 in this 70s glam-rock musical.
  • "How Do You Stop a Woman Like Camilla?" - Camilla Parker Bowles leaves the convent to help look after Charles Von Windsor's huge family of two boys.
  • "When You Wish upon a Car" - a tornado dumps Jeremy Clarkson under the rainbow in the car-free and pedestrian-friendly Land of Oz.
  • "The Princess and the Frog Chorus" - Ringo Starr narrates a tabloid fairytale about Heather, a young princess, and Paul, a not-so-young mega-rich pop prince
  • "Around the World in 15 Minutes" - Tony Phileas Blair accepts a bet from Gordon Brown that he can't solve the world's problems in a quarter of an hour.
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    Musical mayhem mastered

    Loved this to pieces. There is so much packed into a short space of time, and I was laughing such a lot, that I missed a few gems the first time through. It's witty, musical Micky-taking of newsworthy items and people. I want the first two series, too. Please, please, PLEASE!