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 Birmingham’s leading cutlery expert Nina Buckley, who’s building a bridge to anyone else who remembers Bridge To Your Heart by Wax, Murun Buchstansangur and 439 Golden Greats – Never Mind The Originals Here’s The HeeBeeGeeBees. Along the way we’ll be finding out what ‘Pure Pop’ has to do with Les Dennis dressed as Vyvyan, asking when International Murun’s Day is, tuning in to Программа Поба and Brad Pitt presenting Meditate: The Side Of Need You Tonight Nobody Remembers – The INXS Story, and debating what should go on Jeremy Hunt’s debut album. Apparently while mentioning Whose Line Is It Anyway? more times than is strictly necessary…
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Nina Buckley is Birmingham’s leading cutlery expert; you can find her on Twitter at @deathofbuckley.
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Toby Hadoke joined us on Looks Unfamiliar for a chat about The HeeBeeGeeBees’ known associates in Who Dares Wins…? here.
You can find out just how much the average Spitting Image-obsessed youngster wanted the 12″ of Santa Claus Is On The Dole in Dear Father Christmas, I Would Like The Following (In 1986) here.
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