THE MUSEUM OF CURIOSITYHarry Enfield is a comedian and sketch character actor whose creations have made a permanent mark on the nation's psyche and whose catchphrases have echoed around playgrounds and building sites for decades.
His monstrous creations include the iconic 80s character Loadsamoney, Stavros the Kebab Shop Owner and Tory Boy.
Harry had a bit of a punkish image as a youth, but in fact he's quite posh.
So posh that Virginia Woolf once famously referred to his grandparents in a notorious letter to Lytton Strachey.
To find out what it was she said about them, either listen in or you could always Google it yourself.



  • In July 2012 she presented the A Month Of Sundays programme on 6Music.