Another chance to hear Charlie Higson celebrate some of the greatest comedy albums ever released, including Monty Python's Matching Tie and Handkerchief which was released in 1973.
Each week Charlie focuses on a particular album, playing clips and sketches, outlining how it came about, who was involved and why it has stood the test of time. Along the way he dips into his collection to play work from related comedians and albums - some obscure, some old favourites.
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was released in 1973.
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This week, Charlie looks at Robin Williams' A Night At The Met, which was recorded in New York back in 1986.
Peter Sellers' 1958 release, The Best Of Sellers
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This week, he looks at Steve Martin's 1978 release, A Wild And Crazy Guy.
Charlie Higson plays clips and sketches from some of the finest comedy albums.
This week he focuses on Steve Martin's A Wild and Crazy Guy.
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Charlie Higson plays clips and sketches from some of the greatest comedy albums ever released.
For the last show in the series he goes back to 1979, to dip into The Secret Policeman's Ball, which featured the likes of John Cleese, Rowan Atkinson, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Billy Connolly and Peter Cook.
Charlie Higson remembers The Secret Policeman's Ball from 1979.