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 novelist Will Maclean, who’s haunted by his recollections of the Zegazoid Chew Bar, The Song And The Story, Look And Read: The King’s Dragon, The Fourth Pan Book Of Horror Stories, The Weekend Book Of Ghosts And Horror and Photographs Of The Unknown. Along the way we’ll be formulating a poor quality Richard Carpenter conspiracy theory, debating how ghosts answer the phone, finding out why the tie-in Xtro bar was never marketed, and trying to figure out exactly what Wordy was other than a floating pedantic bastard. Plus we may be getting a visit from the Grange Hill Walled-Up Ghost…
Will Maclean is a BAFTA-winning television scriptwriter and producer. You can get his novel The Apparition Phase here and his Audible Original comedy series High Strangeness here. You can follow Will on Twitter at @unreal_will.
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Will made another appearance on Looks Unfamiliar talking about Once Upon A Time… Man, Galaxy High, In The Sofa, Powers Of Ten, The Snake and The Episode Of The Sooty Show Where Sweep Had Brain Surgery, which you can find here.
Will also appears in The Best Of Looks Unfamiliar alongside Mitch Benn on Matchbox Zoomy Balloonies, Catrin Lowe on Heartthrob – The Dream Date Game, Mic Wright on Army And Navy Sweets, Darrell Maclaine on Rutland Weekend Television, Mark Thompson on The Giftie, Stephen O’Brien on The Box Of Delights andSophie Davies on The All Star Impressions Show, which you can find here.
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