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Laughter therapy

Retiring to bed last night shattered after an exhausting evening, I was delighted to find I could lie back and listen to The Arts And How They Was Done by The National Theatre of Brent. What's more, it was my favourite episode, about the Brontës, which I wrote about here. If you like a laugh and enjoy literary jokes, catch it on Listen Again.

Then this morning Wogan & co. did a Hancock skit which was very silly, very funny and a fine antidote to BBC 4's miserabilist 'Curse of Comedy' series, which I have given up on.
Tags: radio & tv comedy, the national theatre of brent
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