Alan Esdaile… Canyons Of Your Mind by Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and Yin Tong Song by The Goons.
Allyson Breeds… Any thing by The Beatles <running away>
Peter Thomson… The Goodies – Father Christmas Do Not Touch Me (highly inappropriate, insensitive, sexist and just plain wrong; but still funny), Sister Josephine et al – Jake Thackeray and Quantum Jump – The Lone Ranger.
Judy Struys… I quite like Ernie the fastest milkman in the West
Phil Gill… Derek and Clive. And Ernie
Chris Giles… Not politically correct but….Bridget the Midget
Peter Fairless… The Goodies – Black Pudding Bertha
Tim Anderson… Peter Sellers – Balham, Gateway to the South and Aunty Rotter (of the Balls Pond Road).
Steve Cooke… Derek and Clive, always!!!
Julie Morris… Funky Moped!
Sarah Harvey… Benny Hill Ernie.
Jim Breeds… Anything by Bob Newhart – sadly not the sort of thing that gets radio airtime these days.
Mandy Wright… Laughing Gnome xx
Sheila Maile… My brother.by Terry scott
Will Cornell… Rodney Dangerfield No Respect……and any of the first few Firesign Theater albums. From your Department of Redundancy Department in Sector R…….
John Wilde… Charlie Drake “Oh please Mr Custer”
Jan Warren… Billy Connelly and “Spit the Dog”
Paul Huggett… Mr.Apollo – the Bonzos. And Star Trekking by the Firm.
Chris Meachen… Matching tie & handkerchief…
Mark Gilham… Derek & Clive and The Mothers Live at Fillmore East featuring Flo & Eddie
Graham Belchamber… My Boomerang Won’t Come Back – Charlie Drake
Keith Cowper… Julian and SAndy I!!!!!
Rob Grain… Peter Cook’s brilliant satire of the Jeremy Thorpe trial.
Wendy Weaver… Gerard Hofnung at the Oxford Union and “The Bricklayer”. Bet lots have never heard it, it an old one
Rob Grain… I have the Hofnung Oxford Union on double cassette !!!
Jeanette Jones… Cheech & Chong! Some one took our complete collection!
Clifford Rose… Sick-Man Blues by the Goodies [B side of Funky Gibbon]
Mark Randall… “Bangers & mash’ – Peter Sellers & Sophia Loren: its her genuine giggle that tickles me so.
Mick O’Dowd… Bonzos: I Left My Heart in San Francisco, She Moved The Dishes First: Supercharge, Elmo & Patsy: Grandma’s Got Run Over By A Reindeer, Binky Baker: Toe-Knee-Blackburn for starters.
Dave Valentine… I have a record by Joan Rivers and there’s a good gag every 20 seconds. She was fantastic.
Rex Thinderbolt… Derek and Clive, Bad News.
Amanda Brooks… Mr Slaters Parot – Bonzo Dog Doo da Band, It’s a Bloke” – Trevor Wishart
Tony May… The Laughing Policeman and ‘Ernie’ by good old Benny Hill!
Peter Thomson… Sister Josephine et al – Jake Thackeray
Simon Page… Ivor Cutler – Jammy Smears
David Miller… All of Buster Keaton’s albums
Janet Rennie… Still sing All I want for Christmas is a Beatle – Dora Bryan
Paul Morfey… Hole in the ground- Bernard Cribbins, Still relevent today!
Sue Salmon Holmes Mock… the Goon show albums
Mark Randall… Does the laughing version of Elvis’s ‘Are you lonesome tonight?’ count?
Flanko Fin Barr… Derick and Clive live
Michael Wilson… Brought from Flyright record shop Sackville Road Bexhill. Before they moved across the road. Early seventies.
Chris Sambrook… Listening to Cheech and Chong albums were I suppose a hoot for the after pub entertainment on Saturday nights, can’t listen to them now. Although the album cover of Up in Smoke was quite interesting. All a distant memory now . Knock knock who’s there , Dave. Dave’s not here. No man i’m Dave. Dave’s not here. American stoned humour meaningless drivel if truth be to told. Great band to listen to after especially Com on Live track from the Greasy Truckers album with Man. The Bonzo’s have been mentioned quite a bit, Can the Bluemen sing the Whites. Quite an interesting twist and rather clever.
Daryl Perkins… Hole in the ground…Bernard Cribbens, Joyce Grenfall, Terry Scott..My Bruvver, hello mudder hello farder..Alan Sherman, hole in my bucket….and I could go on and on!
Terry Pack… Devil Gate Drive, Wig Wam Bam and Paranoid for starters.
Steve Cooke… Derek & Clive of course, plus Ivor Cutler, Jake Thackray and Jasper Carrott.
Peter J Brazier… The Viper by Fredy and the Dreamers, or anything by the Baron Knights.
Paul Huggett… Peter Sellers – Balham, Gateway to the South. Most things by the Bonzos.
Jim Hobbs… Check out Blaster Bates.
Nick Shute… Bonzo dog’s “canyons of your mind”…defy anyone to listen to the guitar solo without cracking up!! Xx
Martyn Baker… Steve Martin doing stand-up.
Rob Grain…Peter Cook – Here Comes The Judge.
James Johnson… Derek and Clive anything by them
Lorna Brazier… Tizwaz, Bucket of water song, and Neil, hole in my shoe , (b side), hurdy, gurdy, mushroom man.
Janine Anne Scott… Bernard Cribbins
Perri Ann Haste… 3 wheels on my wagon – can’t remember who it was, but loved it as a kid & My Bruvver, Lily the pink, Any Derek & Clive, Monty Python cheese shop & Parrot sketch the list is endless – Love a good chuckle
Sue Salmon Holmes Mock… the Goon shows
Rex Thinderbolt… Derek and Clive as nauseam. Bad news and bootleg
Darren Johnson… Not The Nine O’Clock News, Monty Python. Never play them any more. I just remember the sketches in my head and smile to myself.
Russel Field… Ernie who drove the fastest milk cart in the West… “When she saw the size of his mince pies it damn near turned her head! ”
Roland Clarke… Me too!
Phil Gill… “I’ll be happy if it comes up to me chest.” That tickled old Ernie…
Amanda Brooks… “Mr Slaters Parrot” – Viv Stanshall Bonzo Dog Doodah Band
Jan Warren… Here’s a nice crazy one for ya from 1966, “They’re coming to take me away ha haha” by “Napoleon Xiv” – and if I remember rightly the b side was the same song as the a side but recorded backwards…. it sounded sort of Russian?! Crazy stuff though, haha
John Coleman… Ernie NO1 ! NO2! Hole in my Bucket dear Liza
Terry Corder… The laughing gnome, Bowie.
Andy Maby… Flash, bang, whallop! (T.Steele)
Terry Huggins… Frank Zappa, Dumb All Over (A Little Ugly On The Side).
Gin Genie… the best job i ever had…
Tim Phillips… So Charlie and me had another cup of tea and then we went home
Paul Morfey… Charlie Drake- My boomerang wont come back/ Mr Custer. Terry Scott- My brother
Tim Moose Bruce… Judge dread.
Rick Pentecost… The Laughing Policeman
Paul Crimin… Jasper Carrot.
Graham Bourne… Ernie,the fastest milkman in the west
Jane Cranfield… On The Buses
Jacquie Hinves… Monty Python live at Drury lane.
Roger Carey… I remember with some affection the “Barron Knights” medleys of pop hit pastiches in the late 60’s that would be based on a theme e.g. The Olympics (“An Olympic Record”) or politics (“Under new management”) They were funny, musically accurate, and I would listen to them repeatedly, AND, I still can recite/sing some sections!
Chris Meachen… Jump through any window yeah, into the street, there’s smoke & flames in there, we’ve overdone the meat…..
Alan King… Where’s Me Shirt – Ken Dodd
Alan Parker… You have a listen to ‘Show them to me by Rodney Carrington or ‘It’s hard to kiss the lips at night that chew your ass out all day long’ by The notorious cherry bombs. U Tube.
Terry Hardwick… The laughing policeman. Right said Fred . Gossip calipso ? Tiptoe through the Tulips
Chris Meachen… The ‘b’ side of ‘They’re coming to take me away’ which was called ‘Little red tricycle’…. “thirty days have septober, April June & no wonder. All the rest have peanut butter………”
Terry Huggins… Come Outside by Mike Sarne and Wendy Richard.
Liane Carrol… Ha! Chris, Roger still sings that!! Xxx
Phil Gill… Lydia The tattooed Lady – Groucho Marx.
Roger Carey… Being pedantic here Chris, but “Little Red Tricycle” was the Napoleon X1V follow up to “They’re coming to take me away” equally rejected by Juke Box Jury for being in appalling taste! B side of Tricycle was “Doing the Napoleon” a slightly more regular offering! B side of Take me was same effort backwards! I recall us listening to Tricycle as I had that single at one time , not sure if I still do!
Chris Meachen… I bow to the fact it was you that played me the records in the first place… !
Martin Richter… Effie the eagle’s ?
Terry Huggins… There was a reply to ‘They’re Coming To Take Me Away’ sung by a girl. Josephine something or other. Prefer the version by the Butcher Babies.
Tim Moose Bruce… Jasper Carrott.
Kev Towner… Tommy Cooper – Don’t Jump Off The Roof Dad
John Beeching… here’s a hole in my bucket dear Liza, Harry Belafonte
Matt Thomas… The hysterics
Jim Breeds… Back in the 1970s, Tim Rice (now Sir Tim), was a DJ on Capital Radio. I could just about pick it up in Hastings on FM. Anway, he played this one day and was swamped with letters asking for replays, so he often played it in his show. What a load of sh..aving cream!
David Francis… Hole In The Ground. Bernard Cribbens. Loved it s a kid and still makes me smile to hear it now. Happier days when we were less passive and squeamish in how we dealt with management. Where did it all go wrong?
Ralph Town… Anything by Judge Dread