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Episode 52: Quiet Please

Creep on into Episode 52, as new diets are put to the "tesht"...
 
Adam discovers a trade secret, and we get hygiene tips from Sookie...

Reviews this week include 'The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo', 'Quiet Please - Murder!', and 'The House On 92nd Street'...

Radio entertainment comes courtesy of The Screen Guild Theatre, the place where a rather sinister assassination attempt once took place...

Come on in and hear all about it...

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Episode 30: Who Do You Think You Are Kidding?

We're off to merry old Blighty this week, as Adam takes you on a tour of three films from his neck of the woods, Carry On Nurse (1959), (a Carry On film that's actually good!), Green For Danger (1946), a befuddlingly wonderful murder mystery starring the magnificent Alastair Sim, and The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936), an H. G. Wells' penned fantasy about a meek shop assistant who becomes a God!

There's news from the specials front, as Adam splits the podcast into two, advice on how to avoid useless (w)rapping, and a foghorn that shouts about your body odour.

No, really...

Radio entertainment this week comes courtesy of a British comedy institution, so sit back, relax and pray silence for Attaboy Clarence, episode the thirtieth!

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Episode 29: This Is Getting Serial...

In this, the 29th incarnation of Attaboy Clarence, we're descending into the grim domain of the serial killer...

Adam brings you three early examples of serial-killer-thrillers in classic cinema, 'Lured' a glossy affair from 1947, 'The Spiral Staircase', a shadowy horror from 1946, and the nightmarish German classic, 'M' from 1931.

Radio entertainment comes in the form of two classic thrillers from Suspense and The Screen Director's Playhouse.

Also, listen as a man in a chamber pot tries to talk up the glamorous side of washing the dishes, and we indulge in a round-the-world quiz, courtesy of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.

Let the good times roll!

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