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  • John Dredge (Part 1)
  • By: John Dredge
  • Narrated by: John Dredge
  • Length: 22 mins
  • Radio/TV Programme
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Summary

Enjoy the gentle, laid-back humour of UK-based comedian and broadcaster John Dredge, in this hilarious 3 part history of almost everything in the universe. This acclaimed radio series has been broadcast on Resonance FM, and syndicated worldwide via Comedy 365, and is available exclusively at Audible. If you enjoyed The Day Today and People Like Us, you'll love John Dredge. Here, John looks at the invention of the cube, and tea.
©2006 John Dredge (P)2006 Fit2Fill Limited

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"Quirky, surreal and brilliantly funny!" (Comedy 365)
"This man is a comedy genius!" (Sowerby & Luff)

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  • 17-11-19

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Didn't know quite to expect! But was soon laughing out loud. Sadly it was too short.