The squire of Knotty Ash waves his tickling stick in
these four classic BBC radio episodes. Welcome to Doddy's
world of whimsy, where the puns fly thick and fast, and the
quips are as surreal as they are saucy. With mirth-quaking
jokes and a juggernaut of japes, Ken Dodd gives us his own
unique take on topics as diverse as the European Union, sport,
the good things in life and people who have shocked the world.
There are also favourite Doddy ballads, including Because
of You, Morning Please Don't Come and Love Me
With all of Your Heart...
Doddy and just suppose what life would be like if everything
were topsy-turvy, or there was no such thing as different
sexes. Find out who's making history in the Brown Ale Book
of Records, and examine last week's news and events with the
Hindsight Team. And ponder the great questions of life with
Professor Chuckabutty - like, do electricians flex their muscles?
Should we be ruled by Brussels, or leeks? Is tossing the caber
just a clever Scotsman's way of getting a stolen telegraph
this comedy series has aged poorly. The four episodes collected
here were originally broadcast in 1972 and 1975. The
TUC spokesman on the first episode tells Dodd he can only
use 12 jokes in the episode. Sadly, there are only about 12
jokes that will make you smile over the whole four episodes.
jokes are so bad, that I actually found that the best segments
were Dodd's singing. This collection will only appeal to people
who found the show funny in the '70s - everyone else will
wonder how on earth this show ever got commissioned in the
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