Junkin's Jokers: A rather wonderful transcript from
part of a radio conversation between John Junkin and Peter Cook.
Sketch: "Your Country Needs You", written
by Peter Cook for the 1960 Cambridge revue "Pop Goes Mrs. Jessop".
Cook The Books: A round up
of all things Cookish and bookish.
Crap Laugh Tape: The Holy Dragger interviews John
Hind, producer of "The Shipman Tapes". (This article alone
is well worth the cover price.)
Sketch: "Lenny Drob" is yet another of
Peter Cook's 'pop music' characters. This time with a folksy twist!
Sketch: Pete & Dud star in "The Fork Idiom".
Whilst Dud learns to play piano-by-colours, Peter Cook continues
with the folk vocals.
Interview: Peter Cook &
Dudley Moore turned up on the Michael Parkinson chat show to plug
their new release Hound Of The Baskervilles and ended up talking
about anything else.
Sketch: In "The Tailor's Shop", Sir Arthur
Streeb-Greebling's son has persuaded him to visit a Saville Row
tailor [Dudley Moore], in order to jazz up his dudds dude.