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My interview on BBC radio

Just after Xmas, I was fortunate enough to be invited to BBC Radio Northampton to speak to Helen Blaby about my new book, Laugh Out Dead. Helen is an excellent interviewer and really put me at ease. You can follow … Continue reading

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It’s a Punderful Life.

Following on from, Pacing, puns and punctuation; the holy trinity and, A thingy by any other name – the joy of euphemisms, my exploration of British comedy continues with an examination of that great comedy institution, the pun. Pun for Your Life! English … Continue reading

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A thingy by any other name – the joy of euphemisms

Following on from my conversations with Paula of sanseilife, I wanted to explore some of the aspects of British humour that make it so……well, British. Calling a Spade, “that thing we keep in the shed for digging with.” A euphemism … Continue reading

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