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In this BBC Radio 4 series, Richard Herring attempts to reclaim objects that we've grown to fear and hate because of what they symbolise. Via stand-up comedy, vox pops and interviews, he tackles a selection of things that have been given a bad name - including the toothbrush moustache, the hoodie, Dolly the sheep and the St. George's Flag - and debates whether we should celebrate them, or consign them to the dustbin of history. Written and presented by Richard Herring. Produced by Tilusha Ghelani.

©2012 Richard Herring (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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  • Palgrave, United Kingdom
  • 13-04-13

Great Comedy

Good, very good, good arguments and funny too, if you like this maybe try AIOTM, (as it occurs to me). Richards Herring makes me laugh and squirm at the same time, sometimes all over the place, sometimes very intelligent and sometimes immature but always interesting, highly recommended, great listening and great comedy.

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