10.29.10

The Amazing Return Of Norwich’s Most Important Cultural Export (Besides The Higsons)

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Though I’ll admit to being clinically fed up with running beer ads (that I’m not being paid for), it’s tremendously inspiring to see that legendary broadcaster Alan Partridge has once again, bounced back. American audiences have been denied his hosting appearances on the military quiz program “Skirmish”, but the wonders of YouToobery will bring us portions of Alan’s radio work starting next week. No matter how widely viewed these clips will be, Alan’s still guaranteed to reach more people than Imus.

”I am delighted to announce that after years as a regional broadcaster on North Norfolk Digital my groundbreaking radio segment, Mid Morning Matters, will now be accessible to a potential audience of billions via the World Wide Web (www).

That it has taken Foster™s to help realise my dream of joining the information superhighway is a damning indictment of the established broadcasters whose shabby treatment of me on Sept 10th 2001 was frankly shabby. I made dozens of calls the next day, all of which were ignored.

My appreciation must go to Armando Iannucci and Baby Cow for ignoring the lies, god bless them. In the meantime I look forward to œhanging out ˜n™ chillin with the MySpace generation.”

One Response to “The Amazing Return Of Norwich’s Most Important Cultural Export (Besides The Higsons)”

  1. Luke N. Atmaguchi says:

    Did you buy the 13-DVD STEVE COOGAN COLLECTION? BBC America reached new lows in cheapjack packaging: a single-spine brick without a pamphlet, let alone a booklet. It kept the price-per-disc low, but hell.

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