Looks Unfamiliar #55: Lydia Mizon – There Was No Dicaprio Rhyme

Stoppit And Tidyup, as discussed by TIm Worthington and QI's Lydia Mizon in Looks Unfamiliar.

Looks Unfamiliar 55: Lydia Mizon

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.

Joining Tim this time is QI Elf – and Only Connect champion – Lydia Mizon, who’s hoping that the klaxon buzzer thing doesn’t go off when she mentions Stoppit And Tidyup, Acorn Archimedes game Fervour, Children’s ITV programme Alphabet Castle, Roseanne And The Magic Mirror by Virginia Ironside, VHS-assisted board game Party Mania, and a book about a girl called Lydia who hated cress. Along the way we’ll be finding out how to cope with an anxiety dream about The Fiddly Foodle Bird, recalling Hale And Pace’s classic ‘Irony Virginiaside’ sketches whether they actually existed or not, trying to work out what rhymes with Leonardo Dicaprio, and definitely not playing the The Weakest Link PlayStation game.

 

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About Lydia

Lydia Mizon is a quiz show champion and researcher for QI, and contributes to the show’s Twitter account at @qikipedia. You can follow Lydia on Twitter at @LydiaMizon.

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Further Listening

There’s more Acorn Computing chat – this time about the BBC Micro Welcome cassette – in the edition of Looks Unfamiliar with Jonny Morris, which you can find here.

 

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