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He�s back, and this time he�s muddy. You can follow the exploits of the guru of Budleigh Salterton as he enjoys the sights, the smells and the sheer footling misery of Glastonbury 2007. With his ever-unhelpful fiancée Bella (played by Catherine Tate) and a ragtag assortment of hippies and hummous, Giles shows you that all you need for the perfect festival is 4000 Cornish pasties, Shirley Bassey and a hat in the shape of a muppet."

"Not since I first heard Alan (Partridge) have I felt so sure that I was in the presence of an immortal" - (The Sunday Telegraph)

"Consistently funny and elegantly produced" - (Mail On Sunday)

"Hilarious spoof" - (Time Out)

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  • Hannah
  • Towcester, Northants, United Kingdom
  • 06-06-10

Daft as a brush

As always Wemmbley Hogg gets up to all sorts of disasters in his usually 'Tim, nice but dim' way. A laugh from start to finish. I like these books because I can identify with meeting at least one Wemmbley Hogg in my lifetime.

Great listen, in this episode he manages to buy all Glasto tickets, then he decides to go and work there and where there is Giles, there is disaster!