Les Kelly's Britain

Les Kelly hosts a magazine show from hell, the least politically correct radio show..

Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face.

He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'.

'If you aren't decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.

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Les Kelly hosts a magazine show from hell, the least politically correct radio show..

Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face.

He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'.

'If you aren't decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.Les meets a father whose daughter needs a new kidney.

Well, perhaps 'need' isn't quite the right word.

She just wants one more kidney than all her friends.

Les also meets an expert on sanglanding.

It's the dangerous new craze amongst young people - trouble is, no on knows what it is.

Are you a 'decent' person? Then this is the show for you as Britain is put to rights.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'. 'If you aren't decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.

Les meets a father whose daughter needs a new kidney. Well, perhaps 'need' isn't quite the right word. She just wants one more kidney than all her friends. Les also meets an expert on sanglanding. It's the dangerous new craze amongst young people - trouble is, no on knows what it is.

Produced and Written by Bill Dare.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'. 'If you aren't decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.

Les meets a father whose daughter needs a new kidney. Well, perhaps 'need' isn't quite the right word. She just wants one more kidney than all her friends. Les also meets an expert on sanglanding. It's the dangerous new craze amongst young people - trouble is, no on knows what it is.

Produced and Written by Bill Dare.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts the magazine show from hell.

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20160119 (BBC7)
20171209 (BBC7)

Les meets Britain's first firm of emergency yodelers, a woman whose claim to fame is that she can walk backwards, and a man with such an embarrassing medical condition that Les refuses to have him on the show.

Putting Britain to rights, Les on emergency yodellers and an embarrassing medical matter.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'.

Les meets Britain's first firm of emergency yodelers, a woman whose claim to fame is that she can walk backwards, and a man with such an embarrassing medical condition that Les refuses to have him on the show.

Written by Bill Dare and Julian Dutton.

Producer Bill Dare.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'.

Written by Bill Dare and Julian Dutton.

Producer Bill Dare.

Comedy with Kevin Bishop as Les Kelly, who hosts the least politically correct radio show.

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20140927 (BBC7)
20160126 (BBC7)

Should able bodied people have the same rights as the disabled when it comes to having mobility scooters, guide dogs and hearing aides.

This and other outrageous questions are put by Les Kelly, radio's most insensitive presenter.

Also on the show - a preacher whose religious education lessons involves twisting balloons into the shape of Moses and Jesus, and a woman with an obsessive hatred of Belgians.

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'. 'If you aren't normal or decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.

Should able bodied people have the same rights as the disabled when it comes to having mobility scooters, guide dogs and hearing aides. This and other outrageous questions are put by Les Kelly, radio's most insensitive presenter. Also on the show - a preacher whose religious education lessons involves twisting balloons into the shape of Moses and Jesus, and a woman with an obsessive hatred of Belgians.

Written by Bill Dare and Julian Dutton.

Featuring a woman with an obsessive hatred of Belgians.

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This week Les talks to Britain's only male nun, a man who only speaks using sound fx and answers the question: what is the world coming to?

Les Kelly (Kevin Bishop) hosts a magazine show from hell. Les is a cross between Jeremy Kyle and a slap in the face. He claims this is the only radio show for 'normal, decent people'. 'If you aren't normal or decent, this is not the show for you,' says Les.

Written by Bill Dare with Julian Dutton.

Les talks to Britain's only male nun and a man who only speaks using sound effects.