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This audio download includes "How to be truly free", "How to have sex", "How to know your place", "How to stay alive for as long as you possibly can", "How to be an Adult" and "How to earn your place in Heaven".
©2006 BBC Audiobooks Ltd (P)2006 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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  • J
  • 07-02-13

Hilariously funny social commentary from a master.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is a fantastic series and if you've ever enjoyed Jeremy Hardy's comedy on The News Quiz or I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue you should give this a listen. If you've never heard Jeremy Hardy before his satirical comedy is very insightful and has a leftist middle-class perspective.

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Frequently laughing out loud in public listening to this...

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One of the best radio comedies the BBC has produced.

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  • Fitzy
  • 04-13-13

Mr Grmupy

I love a bit of Jeremy Hardy. He is the archetypal Mr Grumpy with a sly view of the world at large and how today is not as good as yesterday.

Putting the world to rights in episodic talks, this show will put a wry smile on your face. Not enough to laugh out loud but well worth a listen.