Armstrong and Miller: Children's Hour

Armstrong and Miller: Children's Hour

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Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller co-write and star in all four episodes of the complete BBC Radio 4 comedy spoof series. Pompous critics and culture journalists Martin Bain-Jones (Armstrong) and Craig Children (Miller), present a frightfully clever culture show, a wry look at the fringes of popular music. They're hip, they're happening - so they say - and in these four episodes they discuss Boy Bands ('Peter Andre would be in a band if he had any mates'), Middle of the Road ('those bland or unchallenging songs'), as well as Brit Pop and Solo Artists. Follow them as they compete to get the best scoop. Who knows, they may even win a Best of the Rest Award. A 'Brest' in other words..."Children's Hour" is co written by Alexander Armstrong & Ben Miller, with David Mitchell & Robert Webb, and guest stars Luke Goss. 'The show that treats you - the kids - just like adults. Remember though, if you spoil it, you spoil it for everyone'.show more

Product details

  • CD-Audio | 1 pages
  • 118 x 140 x 10mm | 81.65g
  • BBC Audio, A Division Of Random House
  • BBC Physical Audio
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged
  • 1408427869
  • 9781408427866
  • 550,176

About Alexander Armstrong

Alexander Armstrong is one half of the comedy duo Armstrong & Miller who had a regular series on Channel 4 from 1997 to 2001 and then returned with three series of the BAFTA winning Armstrong & Miller Show on BBC1 in 2007. Alexander’s many straight acting roles have included Love Life, Life Begins, Mutual Friends, and the sitcom Hunderby. He frequently hosts Have I Got News For You?, he is the voice of Danger Mouse (which re-launches in autumn 2015) and the narrator of CBeebies cult hit Hey Duggee. Alexander has also recently become a presenter on Classic FM, but he is probably best known for presenting the highly successful daytime quiz show Pointless, now in its 12th more