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Episode 59: Old School

This week, the SECRET of how to save yourself from drowning (by drinking a what?)...

The Top 10 "THAT GUYS/GALS"...

Find out which five movies Adam would choose to take to a DESERT ISLAND...

PIMPLE fun!

AND reviews on a very scholarly theme, as we take a trip back to school for a pair of Golden Age school movies that are very much worth your time; 1938's 'A Yank At Oxford', and 1940's 'Tom Brown's School Days'.

Radio entertainment comes courtesy of the Screen Guild Theatre, who present a very special story starring a very special guest...

Also, let prizes be drawn, and let prizes be announced!

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Episode 33: The Worst of The Best

This week, come FLY with Adam as we take a trip to see where you're all from.

LISTEN to the mesmeric chant of a tobacco auctioneer!

PUZZLE at the spelling ability of a Vimms salesman!

And DESCEND into the greatest year in Hollywood's history, to trawl through the mud as Adam presents The Worst Movies Of 1939, a list that includes Englishman Boris Karloff as a Chinese-American-English-Chinese detective or something, a Laurel-less Hardy being stalked by a lovesick elephant, and Bela Lugosi and Lionel Atwill in the worst film ever reviewed on this podcast!

Radio entertainment finds us in the company of a sinister doctor played by one of horror's greats, as we journey into "Radio's Outstanding Theatre Of Thrills" once more...

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Films mentioned in this show: The Mystery Of Mr Wong (1939), Zenobia (1939), The Gorilla (1939)

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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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