In Search Of Mad Carew

To most people of a certain age the word 'monologue' will probably evoke childhood memories of listening to a 78 of Stanley Holloway reciting The Lion and Albert.

Jonathan Cecil explores the rich tradition behind that famous monologue.

With the help of Roy Hudd, Sir Michael Marshall and Nigel Anthony, he goes in search of Mad Carew, the tragic hero of the much parodied work, The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God.

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To most people of a certain age the word 'monologue' will probably evoke childhood memories of listening to a 78 of Stanley Holloway reciting The Lion and Albert.

Jonathan Cecil explores the rich tradition behind that famous monologue.

With the help of Roy Hudd, Sir Michael Marshall and Nigel Anthony, he goes in search of Mad Carew, the tragic hero of the much parodied work, The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God.