A Review by Anne Karpf, in the Guardian, November 20, 1999: The best thing about Ben Moor's Is There Anything You'd Like to Ask Us? (Radio 4) was the title.
At a job interview, Moor's hero aspires to wackiness but is actually dysfunctional and nerdy.
He free-associates at length just at the point where he should be pithily smart.
Trouble is, so does Moor.
What might have made an amusing sketch was eked out to such an unsustainable half-hour that eventually, as listener, you merged with the job interviewer and began to pray for the ordeal to end.
I'm not sure that this was the intention.
And Moor's performance was so laboured that any verbal sparks in the original script were dampened by the delivery