Day: August 15, 2018

Jack & Jeremy’s Real Lives – Stuff The White Rabbit – tape 2328

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s slice of Late Licence, here’s another tape featuring Jack Dee and Jeremy Hardy’s attempt to be a double act, although this tape is over two years later than yesterday’s, dating from Summer 1996.

The first episode here sees them as paranormal investigators. It’s not too bad. Willy Rushton pops up as a confused pilot.

Helen Lederer also appears.

There’s a spaceship set for one scene – I wonder if it was custom built – the show looks fairly expensive.

Alien Stars in Their Eyes

Before the next episode, there’s the end of Baadasss TV featuring Boney M.

The next programme sees them as consumer programme makers, including Jack and Jeremy Fatarse.

Mark Steel appears briefly

There’s a piece about an old boy band being fleeced by their manager. There’s Mark Arden

Steve Frost and Lee Cornes. I’ve been wracking my brains to remember what these (and the fourth member, whose name I couldn’t remember, Mark Elliot) were called collectively. It’s The Wow Show, and they made a few appearances on Saturday Live I think.

The final episode sees the pair running a private hospital. Jack Dee makes a very convincing hospital DJ, looking scarily like James Whale.

Another appearance from Helen Lederer

Rowland Rivron plays a very politically incorrect acupuncturist.

Next, on BBC2, an episode of Stuff The White Rabbit, presented by John Lenahan.

There’s another returning face from yesterday’s tape, it’s Jerry Sadowitz (so he’s not going in the upload).

Also magic from David Williamson, Richard McDougall and Paul Harris. Here’s all the non-Sadowitz bits.

BBC Genome: BBC Two – 22nd February 1997 – 00:00

After this, there’s a trailer for Even Further Abroad with Jonathan Meades. Then this recording stops.

Underneath, an old, rather racist movie, The Mask of Fu Manchu. This is followed by Spearhead in Concert.

Then the tape plays out with some Channel 4 teletext.

Adverts:

  • Ford Escort
  • Disneyland Paris – Space Mountain
  • Mercury – Matthew Cottle
  • Rio
  • Miller Genuine Draft
  • Ford Escort
  • trail: The Krays
  • trail: England V Scotland The Ultimate Decider
  • Ford Escort
  • Fruitopia
  • Martini
  • Mercury – Matthew Cottle
  • Ford Half & Half
  • trail: Full Metal Jacket
  • Coca Cola
  • Miller Genuine Draft
  • Soft & Gentle
  • Golf VR6
  • trail: Gunpower USA
  • trail: Tour de France
  • Vauxhall 50/50
  • Scrumpy Jack
  • Mercury – Matthew Cottle
  • Bacardi Breezer
  • Iceland
  • Wilkinson Sword Lady Protector
  • Burger King
  • trail: Secret History – The Battle of Goose Green
  • Mission:Impossible in cinemas
  • Head & Shoulders
  • Renault Megane – Tony Gardner
  • Oil of Ulay
  • Gillette Sensor Excel for Women
  • Reader’s Digest Prize Draw
  • Crosse & Blackwell
  • Vision Express
  • trail: The Missionary
  • Everything But the Girl Walking Wounded
  • Kingpin in cinemas
  • Babe on video
  • One Plus One Dating
  • Weetabix
  • Palmolive
  • Rio
  • Royal Mail Stamps
  • NHS Lotto
  • Irn Bru
  • Army Soldier
  • Kit Kat Ice Cream
  • Fiat Punto – Neil Stuke
  • Scrumpy Jack
  • Zovirax
  • trail: The Missionary
  • Hovis
  • Vision Express
  • Army Soldier
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Always
  • Pedigree Chum
  • Salon Selectives
  • trail: Latino Nights
  • House Collection
  • Salon Selectives
  • Johnson’s Baby Oil
  • Always
  • Zovirax
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Oil of Ulay
  • Chatback
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Mission:Impossible in cinemas
  • British Beef
  • trail: Three Colours Trilogy
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