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 writer Justin Lewis, who’s knocking up a When Was Things? card featuring the original Only Fools And Horses theme tune, Anglo American by Golden, The Rock Year Book, Joy by Isaac Hayes, forgotten Watch With Mother show Thomas, Stand In Line by Impellitteri, sitcom sequel Selwyn and the Glamorgan Tiles advert. Along the way we’ll be critically evaluating Isaac Hayes’ Toilet Flush Orchestra, making placards for Teddy Edward’s Yippie Uprising, and bidding a fond closedown to Algernon Lunchbiscuit and everyone at BBC2.
Justin Lewis is a writer and editor. You can find Justin’s ‘On This Day’ project When Was Things on Twitter at @WhenIsBirths, and his official website (with details of how to get personalised When Is Births cards) here.
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Justin made another appearance on Looks Unfamiliar – talking about Neither Fish Nor Flesh by Terence Trent D’Arby, In One Ear, The London Symphony Orchestra version of Tommy, Orbit, Pop Score and the Welsh Language dubbed version of Trumpton – which you can find here.
Justin also appears in The Best Of Looks Unfamiliar alongside Jane Hill on His Land, Gabby Hutchinson Crouch on The Llŷn Peninsula Earthquake, Carrie Dunn on Too Close To The Sun, Tom Williamson on Samurai Pizza Cats and Bob Fischer on Eighties Tabloid Celebrities plus Tim on It’s An S Pod Thing! talking to Sophie Davies about S Club 7’s ridiculous feature-length time travel escapade S Club 7 – Back To The ’50s!, which you can find here.
You can find out how Thomas‘ Watch With Mother contemporary Bod celebrated Christmas here.
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