Looks Unfamiliar Don’t Let’s Chart Extra: “Dust On Edge”

The Wacky Races Annual 1970, as discussed by Ben Baker and Phil Catterall in Looks Unfamiliar.

Looks Unfamiliar Don’t Let’s Chart Extra: “Dust On Edge”

As a special extra treat for fans of Looks Unfamiliar, here’s previous guests Ben Baker and Phil Catterall giving us a preview of their new podcast, Don’t Let’s Chart. Ben and Phil will be making their way through a series of charts and lists that nobody in their right mind should be paying any attention to – and often than nobody in their right mind should have made possible in the first place – and for this special preview edition they’re counting down a chart specially chosen for them by Tim – eBay’s top-selling annuals for February 2019! Can you tell the real Rupert Bear stories from the ones that Ben’s just made up? Did Phil write every episode of Wacky Races? And what happened to The Chamberlain Bear Annual 1940 and The Degas Annual 1964? Find out all this and more – including just how racist The Dandy got – in Don’t Let’s Chart!

 

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Looks Unfamiliar is hosted by Podnose.

You can subscribe to Don’t Let’s Chart here or listen on Spotify here, and follow Ben on Twitter at @benbakerbooks and Phil at @fil5000.

You can hear Phil on Looks Unfamiliar here; has been on twice – which you can find here and here – and came back to talk about ITV’s Denis Norden-fronted nostalgia show Looks Familiar, which you can find here. You can find more about ancient strips from The Dandy in the edition with Jonny Morris here.

If you’ve enjoyed this, you’ll enjoy Tim’s book Can’t Help Thinking About Me, available in paperback here or from the Kindle Store here.

© Tim Worthington.
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