A celebration of comedy song-writing team Ted Dicks and Myles Rudge, who together wrote such perennial favourites as Hole in the Ground, Windmill in Old Amsterdam and Right, Said Fred.
In the flat where they bashed out many of their hits, including Right, Said Fred, they reminisce, along with Bernard Cribbins, about the hey-day of British comic song and, prompted by presenter Phillip Glassborrow, they analyse how the Beatles brought an end to their era but at the same time built upon it.
Ted Dicks and Myles Rudge tell Philip Glassborow about their comedy records like 'Hole in The Ground' and 'Right Said Fred'.
Ted Dicks and Myles Rudge tell Philip Glassborow about their comedy records.
Myles Rudge and Ted Dicks recall the great era of the British comic song when they co-wrote such perennial favourites as Hole in the Ground, Windmill in Old Amsterdam and Right, Said Fred. In the flat where they used to work together, they and Bernard Cribbins, whose versions of their songs twice made it into the pop charts, share their memories with presenter Phillip Glassborrow.
Ted and Myles recorded at Abbey Road studios with The Beatles' legendary producer, Sir George Martin, and he adds his thoughts about the charm and skill of their songs and about what happened to the British comic song when the Beatles came along.