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RIP Sir Nicholas Parsons

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29 Jan
7:23am, 29 Jan 2020
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larkim
Death always sad, and clearly he was a lovely chap, but thank the lord I may never have to listen to JAM again. Tedious, repetitive, self congratulatory rubbish. Perhaps I should just post on the "things other people love.. " thread.
29 Jan
8:39am, 29 Jan 2020
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HappyG(rrr)
Larks, it's good when you get a Paul Merton flight of fancy monologue. And folk tripping over words is always funny. With good comedians, they can use any format as a vehicle for mirth. It still works, to my thinking. :-) G
29 Jan
9:27am, 29 Jan 2020
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larkim
I've tried to enjoy it. In fact I probably did enjoy the first couple I heard.

My wife and kids enjoy it though, so I'm often subjected to it on car journeys when my better half has got a few R4 podcasts downloaded.

Perhaps I'm just turning into a grumpy old man.
29 Jan
11:45am, 29 Jan 2020
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swittle
Oh, I know legions of grumpy old men - and women too - who enjoy the 'national treasure' status JAM enjoys, larkim!

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74 years in show business , without hesitation , repetition or deviation from the subject....

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