As Kenneth Horne trolls along in search of some essential service or other, the tinkle of a doorbell invariably brings him to one of Julian and Sandy's bona establishments.
In 24 lally-trembling scenarios, Hugh Paddick and Kenneth Williams run the gamut of human emotion, as Jools and Sand cater for the intimate at'omey in "Bona Caterers", shake hands with a prospective member in "Keep Britain Bona", handle all the top grapplers in "Bona Wrestlers", and have their first ever encounter with Mr. Horne's parquet floor. As Julian says, "If I'd known I would'ave bought me tap shoes."
So don't be strange, come on in, rest your lallies, and let your riah down with two of the best pros in the business. It'll make your eyes stand out on stalks.
© & (P)1992, 2002 BBC Worldwide Ltd.
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"Julian and Sandy"
When this was part of the Round the Horne program it was funny, one or two sketches are funny listening. Becomes a little bit repetitive when listened to one after the other.
Still a classic though.
There are just two collection of julian and sandy material available on audible - both absolutely outstanding. Better not to try to listen to a whole batch in one go because the structure - and indeed the jokes! - are quite similar ... but if you're happy to dip into it and get a great 6 minute slice of gay history whenever you want, it'll keep you going for weeks.
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