Joel Morris & Jason Hazeley are among Britain’s busiest comedy writers. They have worked with Charlie Brooker, Mitchell & Webb, and just about everybody else, winning a BAFTA for the howl of pain that was 2016 Wipe and a Broadcast Award for Touch of Cloth.
They write TV dimwit Philomena Cunk, worked on the Paddington films, and created the best-selling Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups series, as well as brooding Scandinavian detective Knut Angstrom for Radio 4. They were behind the spoof local newspaper The Framley Examiner, co-wrote the travel guides Bollocks To Alton Towers, and crafted artisan knob jokes for Viz comic for many years.
This is their first podcast.
In this episode, John-Luke Roberts talks about his lifelong love for the acerbic songs of Tom Lehrer.
Just imagined what it would be like if spiders looked like spider diagrams.
Absolutely horrible. All those bodies, all those interconnected legs.
We should count ourselves very lucky!