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The Comedy Network

Series 1, Episodes 1-13
Narrated by: Boothby Graffoe
Length: 5 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Comedy, Stand-Up & Live
3.5 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Summary

Here is the series that first showcased what has become some of Britain's finest comedy talent, including Simon Amstell, Chris Addison, The Mighty Boosh, Jason Byrne, Garth Marenghi, Richard Herring, Harry Hill, Reginald D. Hunter, Mark Lamar, Stewart Lee, Lee Mack, Al Murray: The Pub Landlord, Ross Noble, Lucy Porter, and many more.
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  • kerryIreland
  • 10-12-09

dissapointing

Bit of a let down, very dated from the 1980's. The Mighty Boosh are not on it as this was released before Noel and Julian joined forces. Its ok but not worth ?8.99 at all

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  • Alla
  • 23-09-11

Feels like a waste of money

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I think whoever compiled these into an audio didn't really listen through it. As far as I understand these comic episodes come from a video, so there are moments when without a visual picture it is impossible to understand what's going on. There were moments when I just heard laughter of the audience and wished I could see what the comedian was doing. It seems kind of damb to me that they'd put such episodes on an audio too. why not cut such parts out? Like they didn't care. Without the visual picture some parts are not worth listening to it.