“Of course Bob, the best thing about being in the Beatles was all the free sweeties”
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!! Oh my god, this is getting a hard listen today. I love jim moir on podcasts so much the Richard Herring one he did years ago is so good.
Madeley was a big Gary Glitter fan!
We do beg your pardon
But we are in your garden
Can’t stop thinking/singing this in my head
Can i offer a Bob HOT TAKE?
the Train Guy stuff is shit
Mate, you need to helicopter it and view it in the round not just take it at face yeah
He’s on Would I Lie to You tonight according to the TV guide FYI
The greatest birthday gift ever
Never knew this. Or had forgotten.
Marot got backstage in time to see Cocker being put into a police van and carted off. “We went back into the auditorium to try and find a sober lawyer, which was really difficult by that point,” he says. They managed to locate John Statham, a lawyer who volunteered to help. They also procured some surprising backup. Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer had been on one of Island’s tables that year, too, and with the caveat that he was a qualified conveyancing lawyer, Mortimer said he’d come along and try to help. “The four of us went to Kensington police station,” explains Marot. “Nick Angel was a bit pissed and Bob Mortimer was a bit pissed, too. At one point, the duty officer said to me, ‘If your friends don’t back off, I’m gonna put them in the fucking cell, too.’” Outside the station, Vic Reeves held up a sign saying, “Free the Jarvis 1”.
Vic and Jools Holland have a podcast. Bob’s on the 2nd or 3rd one and he tells the Jarvis story in great detail. It’s unsurprising very funny.
Will be listening to this, ta.
This had made me enjoy Jools Holland for the first time in my life
Squeeze were good
i still haven’t read his autobiography but i am excited about this