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.
Here are shows thirteen to eighteen of Looks Unfamiliar, with some extra bits and links to where else you can find the guests.
“I think it was a cerebral Cheggers Plays Pop”
Writer Rae Earl joins Tim Worthington to talk about Rock’n’Bubble, The Home Cookery Club, Codename Icarus, Puzzle Party, comedy duo Cheese And Onion, and the episodes of Battle Of The Planets where Zoltar was a woman. [More]
“They all had hair like Russ Tamblyn”
Journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed joins Tim Worthington to talk about The Saturday Banana, Havoc, The Changes, Childhood Misapprehensions About The News, Nurdin & Peacock Own Brand Cola, The School Computer and that time that Picture Box used a clip from Cleopatra Jones. [More]
“I Survived The Great Nostalgia Wars Of 1989”
Writer, broadcaster and TV Crisp Expert Steve Berry joins Tim Worthington to talk about Single Versions Of Pop Songs That Never Get Played Any More, Elastoplast Heroes, United States Of Television, Skoal Bandits, Starblazer Electronic Space Command Belt and Morning Has Broken. [More]
Writer Will Maclean joins Tim Worthington to talk 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. [More]
“She went to the ball in a horse-drawn bath”
Writer Jacqueline Rayner joins Tim Worthington to talk about Quincy’s Quest, Quosh Tropical, Bernie Clifton’s ‘El Bandido’, Klonks, Pippa Dolls and Honey Bear Spread. [More]
“Revolution 9 for descant recorder and woodblock”
Writer Una McCormack joins Tim Worthington to talk about Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay, Screw-Top Virgin Marys, Desert Wellies, The Melendy Family Novels, Tales From The Edge Of The World and Trick Sticks. [More]
The Best Of Looks Unfamiliar #3
“Morph’s BBC Fakery”
Highlights featuring Rae Earl, Samira Ahmed, Steve Berry, Will Maclean, Jacqueline Rayner and Una McCormack, as well as Tim on the radio talking to Jonny Trunk about the original theme song from The Amazing Adventures Of Morph. [More]
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