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Despatches from the soft underbelly of light entertainment

Customer Reviews

Selby is A Bloody Menace

I first heard Louis Barfe and Matt Owen on Spike Nesmith's 'Too Grumpy Critics'podcast. The American based Scotsman furthered the Proustian aura of his own podcast by having vintage UK TV enthusiasts and comedy writers Louis Barfe and Matt Owen as guests.

The result was brilliantly funny.

Beginning their own podcast was the natural progression and the result is edifying for the vintage - or Cream era - tv fan, while near-death inducingly hilarious in the segments where the natural comedians' conversation career off into flights of fancy.
Imagine Derek and Clive spinning Alan Moore style scenarios where no boundaries exist between 1970s Hollywood and regional UK television, or a time and place where today's multi million, golden handcuff deals were sown into, say, the contracts of crackerjack presenters.
The tone is that of the most hilarious pub conversation you have ever heard between two men who know their stuff and spin off the odd deadly accurate impression or two to boot - Matt Owen's off the cuff Michael Caine is perhaps the best I've ever heard.

This is funnier and more baroque than most career-furthering famous comedians' podcasts on the market. You will become addicted to it... and begin furtively glancing out of your lounge window to see if actor Tony Selby is about to caber-toss a lawnmower through it.

Download and enjoy!

A hoot! No, a real hoot!

Louis hasn't lost any of the cutting wit he possessed when he edited the SCAT newspaper in Lancaster 34 years ago. Well worth a listen.

Referred to OfQual

Note all 5 star ratings are to be downgraded to 4 star ratings this summer.

Barfe and Owen's Qualcast
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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