Follow That With Your Sealions

Dave Spikey traces the rise of the original stand-ups, the folk club comedians of the 60s and 70s from Billy Connolly to Max Boyce, Tony Capstick and Fred Wedlock.

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Dave Spikey, star of Phoenix Nights, celebrates folk-club comedians of the 1960s and 1970s, from Billy Connolly to Max Boyce.

Dave Spikey traces the rise of the original stand-ups, the folk club comedians of the '60s and '70s, including Billy Connolly.

Dave Spikey, star of Phoenix Nights, celebrates folk-club comedians of the 1960s and 1970s from Billy Connolly to Max Boyce.

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Dave Spikey, of Phoenix Nights fame, continues his story of 1970s comedy on the folk club circuit.

Squeezed between Appalachian dulcimer players and finger-in-the-ear traditionalists, the story-telling comic was a welcome respite in the folk clubs of 1970s Britain.

Dave Spikey of Phoenix Nights fame narrates this story of 1970s comedy on the folk club circuit.