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Another volume of the best episodes from the classic BBC radio comedy series, which took comedy to a new level of outrageousness in the late 1960s. Kenneth Horne is the suave host, whilst around him orbit those no-holds-barred satellites Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick, and Bill Pertwee. Regular characters Julian and Sandy and Rambling Syd Rumpo make a number of appearances, in amongst the usual comedy collage of sketches, songs, spoof series, and news reports.
(P)1965, 1966, 2006 BBC Audiobooks LTD

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  • Ken
  • ENFIELD, United Kingdom
  • 19-10-11

ROUND THE HORNE

I LISTEN TO THIS OVER AND OVER.IF I CANNOT SLEEP I LISTEN TO THIS AND IT RELAXES ME AND ENSURES ME A GOOD RELAXED SLEEP.

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  • Mark
  • 16-12-12

Fabulosa! Great show.

J. Peasmold Gruntfuttock { Kenneth Williams ) is hysterically funny. Can't get enough of him. Kenneth Horne, a first rate host and central figure. All the cast is great.

This show is terrific. A great British radio comedy with fantastic host, characters, players and script writers. I'll be repeatedly listing to this show, and Tony Hancock and Dads Army until I die. Great stuff!