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Krackerjack

Narrated by: David Lucas
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
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Five people wake up in a warehouse, bound to chairs.

Before each of them, tacked to the wall, are their witness testimonies.

They each played a part in labelling one of Britain's most loved family entertainers a paedophile and sex offender.

Clearly revenge is the reason they have been brought here, but the man they accused is supposed to be dead. Opportunity knocks, and Diddy Dave Diamond has one last game show to host, and it's a knockout.

©2015 Matthew Cash (P)2017 Matthew Cash

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Now then, now then, now then....

That was strange little journey.
Slightly different take on the "wrongly accused man" story.

The narration is an odd mix of accents all of which start well and fall apart, like your dad telling jokes, and breaks out the Welsh accent, before finally admitting half way through, that he can't do a Welsh accent...

However, oddly It somehow contributes to the bizarre overall tone of this one.
Possibly saves it by adding a rather human quality to a roll call of characters who, frankly, all deserve everything they get... Well maybe not quite...
It's hard to tell by the end of this who deserved what, who's evil, who you're rooting for...

And yet...

It gave me a good few laughs...
The laughs you'd have with your mates...
That your mother would be appalled at...

It's wrong. It's bad.
And its all the better for it.