The Best Of Looks Unfamiliar #8: I Never Thought I’d Think Tom Baker Was Going On Too Much

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Looks Unfamiliar is a podcast in which writer and occasional broadcaster Tim Worthington talks to a guest about some of the things that they remember that nobody else ever seems to.

This is a collection of highlights from shows forty three to forty eight, featuring Paul Abbott on The Compleat Beatles, Anna Cale on Wendy Cracked A Walnut, Jim Sangster on The Ballad Of Lady Di by The Hon. Nick Jones and Ian Macrae, Melanie Williams on Rimmel Coffee Shimmer, Pete Prodge on The Evil Horde, Chris Hughes on The British Banknote Keyring, and Tim Worthington, Vikki Gregorich, Garreth F. Hirons and Jeff Lewis playing the Telly Addicts DVD game. Along the way we’ll be finding out whether Princess Diana preferred Breaking Glass or Lancelot Link – Secret Chimp, debating the correct spelling of ‘Compleat’, and what capital you’ll need to establish your very own Gonch Gardener lookalike agency. Plus there’s something you may not have heard before – Tim, Jeff, Vikki and Garreth attempting to play Tom Baker’s Ultimate Sci-Fi Quiz

 

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Tom Baker's Ultimate Sci-Fi Quiz - as played by Tim Worthington, Vikki Gregorich, Jeff Lewis and Garreth F. Hirons in The Best Of Looks Unfamiliar.

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