Don’t Lets Chart 114 – Chekhov’s Chicken

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It’s a five-alarm all out listener takeover episode as Ben and Phil hand the whole show over to you for questions, guest charts and comments, alongside special appearances by our friends at Round The Archives and Tim Worthington off of the Guardian. Plus: how we met and our earliest collaborations, eggs by phone, Phil’s best punk, horrible ITV comedy, how to play “Year Of The Cat”, the most appalling action figures, important crisp discussions, the best and worst sitcom movies are ranked, strange pet jokes, the highs and lows of Transformers, our best graphs, the top ten top tens, Eve Myles‘ unusual lunchtime kink and we learn if Phil has ever lost a shoe. Plus much more! And all not live from Glastonbury!

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One comment

  1. About the “Grange Hill Wolf” – I think that must have been someone misremembering the storyline about a family of foxes who were threatened when Grange Hill’s “peace garden” was going to be torn down. This was from about 1991 / 92, possibly. There was much hilarity in my own school’s playground the day after one episode, when the foxes were finally shown on camera… and turned out to have been filmed in about 1972 on scratchy 16mm Eastmancolour (or similar), when everything else in the show was obviously in early 90s-era professional videotape. Real life shades of The Society For Putting Things On Top Of Other Things, there.

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