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Welcome to Quite a Boast! - A podcast to celebrate the work and genius of Jim Moir & Bob Mortimer - their TV shows, live performances, books, hit records, podcasts, Jim's art, Bob's fishing! With stories, insights and tittle tattle from friends, colleagues and admirers. It's a beauty!Podcast cover Photograph by Jake Chessum'Peanuts' music used with kind permission of Matt Lucas. Edit by Ed Lewis.Divine Comedians Podcast;https://open.spotify.com/show/64xCXkpwT7IyaBJeU41Jt3?si=5c9cbfbc054b47a5 ...
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Leurs noms sont indissociables. Si l’on en prononce un, l’autre suit malgré nous. On trouve leurs albums dans toutes les bibliothèques, on se les transmet de génération en génération. "Blake et Mortimer" traversent le temps, dans leurs aventures et dans leurs différentes éditions, les anciennes, les actuelles et les futures. Ce podcast s’inscrit dans cette histoire. Il revient sur le passé des deux héros, leur création, leur origine, avec des spécialistes de l’œuvre, sur le présent de Blake ...
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A former BBC telecaster volunteered to read this hilarious, absurdist comedy novel written by a mysterious unknown author. We are releasing this gem of a novel Mortimer in the style of a radio serial (28 episodes!). Set in the 1920s, Mortimer Ascariot, an elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibitio ...
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In this episode we chat with actor Mark Benton; star of numerous TV and stage productions.. from Early Doors to Hairspray, Booze Cruise to Glengarry Glen Ross, he also appeared as Kev the Geordie Astronaut in Monkey Trousers and as the majestically mulleted Mark in Catterick. Hear how he made a career out of dressing up, putting on a wig and and ha…
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In this episode we chat with Jack Dent. One of Jim Moir's oldest friends and one fifth of the legendary Fashionable Five, he tells stories that range from drinking with the 'hairies' in the pubs of Darlington to running the Vic & Bob fan club to travelling the country with the 'Big Night Out' tour. Discover how the Fashionable Five freaked out Bill…
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In this episode we are joined by television legend Jonathan Ross, who tells us how Vic Reeves Big Night Out moved from the pubs & clubs of North London to the nation's TV screens. We'll hear tales of dancing round a joint of meat with Gilbert & George, receiving a doctor's note fax from Morrissey and also discover what to wear for a forest fire... …
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In this episode we chat with actor Mike Wattam, the man who once posed the question "got any booze fort baby?" Learn how Mike and John Thomson narrowly diced with death whilst filming 'The Weekenders', find out about the brief and tumultuous career of boyband, Mandate and discover which award winning film director Mike was nearly on first name term…
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In this episode we chat with Ulrika Jonsson, who rose to fame via a number of TV shows; TV-AM, Gladiators and as a team captain on all 8 series of Shooting Stars. We hear how she held her own opposite '50s throw back' Mark Lamarr, Will Self & Jack Dee, Vic & Bob's approach to recording sketches and what her Swedish father made of Shooting Stars. La…
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PEANUTS! In this episode we find out how comedy legend Matt Lucas went from being an incensed teenager complaining to Channel 4 about 'Vic Reeves Big Night Out' to occupying the drummer's stool on Shooting Stars as George Dawes. We also discover how a baked potato saved lockdown, how he nearly died on the set of Catterick and which Vic & Bob sketch…
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In this episode we mess about, make jokes and have a daft laugh with Vaun Earl Norman; whose encounters with Bob on the Iain Lee Radio Show lead to him becoming a regular performer on Vic & Bob's Big Night Out. Vaun explains how a serious life changing event caused him to reevaluate his life and enter the world of comedy. He also tells of his close…
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In this episode we chat with a man who went from Channel 4's 'The Big Breakfast' and the 'Radio 1 Breakfast Show' to become one of our leading TV theme composers and a frequent R&M musical collaborator. Hear stories featuring members of The Beatles and Peter Sellers to Chris Evans and Gone Fishing's Ted the dog. Also find out why the theme to 'Stri…
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LES SPEAKS! In this episode we have a fascinating conversation with artist, Fred Aylward about the highs and lows of life as 'Les'. Hear many stories including how he witnessed the debut live performance of Vic Reeves, how he possibly influenced one of the UK's greatest contemporary artists and the bizarre reason for the online popularity of Les Ge…
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In this episode we talk to actor, author and comedy legend Charlie Higson. We discuss his 30+ years of working with Reeves & Mortimer. From the Big Night Out shows in the Goldsmiths Tavern to Catterick, hear the Swiss Toni origin story, the joys of directing Tom Baker and what it was like being The Man With The Stick's body double. Hosted on Acast.…
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In this episode we chat with stand-up comedian and actor, Dan Renton Skinner. A longtime friend and cohort of Reeves and Mortimer, Dan tells us about his initial meeting with Bob and his work on various projects over the years. He tells stories of his time on Shooting Stars and we also find out a bit more about the beginnings of his comedy persona,…
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Episode 28 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. The conclusion of the serial! Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s…
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Episode 27 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 26 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 25 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 24 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 23 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 22 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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In this episode we chat with stand-up comedian, actor and air traffic controller, Dorian Crook. Dorian became friends with Jim Moir at art school and went on to appear onstage with Jim & Bob from the pubs & clubs of southeast London to nationwide tours at the height of their fame. He went on to be come a very funny comedian in his own right and is …
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Episode 21 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 20 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 19 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 18 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 17 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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In this episode we are joined by the actor Tony Way, who has appeared in numerous TV shows & films including Game of Thrones, After Life, Giri/Haji, Edge of Tomorrow, The Fast Show and Ali G Indahouse. Tony is also one of the Reeves & Mortimer repertory company and has featured in several of their shows from Bang, Bang to House of Fools - He's the …
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Episode 16 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 15 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 14 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 13 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 12 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 11 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 10 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan …
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Episode 9 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 8 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 7 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 6 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 5 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 4 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 3 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 2 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Episode 1 of Mortimer by M.W. Cedars. Mortimer Ascariot, a 1920’s elephantine misanthrope who builds bottle boats, takes meticulous care of his lapel, and dallies on the fringe of reality and fantasy. The novel is set in a pretty little port called Georgetown, South Carolina at the start of the prohibition. Mortimer’s father, a philandering titan i…
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Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast "Blake et Mortimer : les passagers du temps", nous partons sur les traces des lecteurs de la saga. Et ils sont nombreux, célèbres ou anonymes, à être fidèles aux deux héros d’Edgar P. Jacobs, voire même à leur vouer un véritable culte ! Le premier est capitaine et directeur du Mi5, le second l’un des plus éminents …
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Dans ce troisième épisode du podcast "Blake et Mortimer : les passagers du temps", nous partons sur les traces des deux héros à la découverte du futur ! Clonage, avions supersoniques, machine à dérégler le climat, drones… : l’univers rétro-futuriste de Blake et Mortimer fourmille d’inventions pas si folles que ça. Comme si, au milieu du XXème siècl…
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Dans ce deuxième épisode du podcast "Blake et Mortimer : les passagers du temps", Nicolas Carreau part à la découverte du présent de Blake et Mortimer… et le présent, c’est la sortie très attendue du nouvel album "Le Dernier Espadon" ! Visite guidée avec le scénariste de cette nouvelle aventure, l’immense Jean Van Hamme.…
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Dans ce premier épisode du podcast "Blake et Mortimer : les passagers du temps", nous partons à la découverte du passé de Blake et Mortimer : Qui est Edgar P. Jacobs ? Comment a-t-il créé ses personnages ? Et pourquoi cette saga, qui se déroule en grande partie dans les années 50, reste aujourd’hui encore aussi actuelle ? Avec les éclairages d’Yves…
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"Blake et Mortimer" traversent le temps dans leurs aventures et dans leurs différentes éditions. A l'occasion des 75 ans de la publication de la première planche d'Edgar P. Jacobs, leur créateur, et de la sortie du "Dernier espadon", le 28e album, Nicolas Carreau vous propose de revenir sur le passé des deux héros de bande dessinée, leur présent av…
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