The Last of the McHancocks.

The Last of the McHancocks.

The above picture includes scriptwriters Galton & Simpson Today’s Radio 4 Extra Hancock episode (from February 1957) finds Tony inheriting a Scottish castle (Glen Sporran), making an enemy, and involved in a wacky version of the Highland Games. The usual...
The Marsh Family’s political satire videos [published here without permission; shared without bias to any political persuasion or personal opinion… catchy songs, original Sue Gray-inspired, and G&S parody.]

The Marsh Family’s political satire videos [published here without permission; shared without bias to any political persuasion or personal opinion… catchy songs, original Sue Gray-inspired, and G&S parody.]

“This is our first foray into political satire. Because we are cross. It’s not party political. We have addressed lots of topics in the 22 months since we locked down and put our first parody song out. We’ve sung about the mundane side of family life as well as...