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I just noticed that I uploaded this months ago to mininova, but didn't concern oneself with to put it here. It deserves a wider audience and more seeders. Much thanks to Slimoo over at radioarchive who put out the queer fish.


Unfortunately, there is nothing in America that compares or competes with the BBC for characteristic , especially viva voce dialogue comedies. I recently stumbled across this series on Demonoid, and wanted to get it out there for others – especially Americans who didn’t know it existed. Be sure to curb out the queer fish website listed in the comments wind up of the mp3 for dozens of other BBC series.

The Museum of Everything

The Museum of Everything is a BBC 4 comedy sketch flaunt, written and performed by Marcus Brigstocke, Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell with Lucy Montgomery. The flaunt roughly occupies the 18:30 comedy hollow out on BBC 4, with repeats several times a year on BBC7. The first series was announce in 2003, a second series in 2005 and a third series in mid summer 2006 which makes continued use of flavour of the month characters from lifestyle episodes as well as creating new ones. It is set in the fabled «Museum of Everything», an evidently incalculable interval protection exhibitions on everything from the r of stairs to the Greek buttock gallery.

Series List

First Series
18 2004 - Welcome to the Museum of Everything
25 2004 - A Very Substantial Guest
1 April 2004 - Principles Parties Welcome
8 April 2004 - To Infinity and Beyond
15 April 2004 - Antediluvian Worlds: The R of Everything
22 April 2004 - The R of the Tomorrow

Second Series
24 2005 - Thomas Queezly
31 2005 - The Dig
7 April 2005 - Under New Operation
14 April 2005 - The Prompt Trek
21 April 2005 - By Stirring Election
28 April 2005 - Behind the Bewitching

Third Series
27 July 2006 - The William Shakespearance
3 August 2006 - The Sensitive Main Part Encounter
10 August 2006 - The Museum's Most Over-Nice Target
17 August 2006 - The Museum of the Year Awards
24 August 2006 - The Expo
31 August 2006 - How Things Profession

Repeatedly recurring characters and themes

The Guides
The flaunt always opens with John and George, two Bristolian round guides, and their catchphrase of «cheers then, thanks then, cheers then, thanks then...». They pop up throughout each suggest reminding customers of museum attractions and rules, etc. Often the rules are twisted to their have a liking, one example of which is: «Remember: Please do not freedom unattended bags anywhere in the museum. They will be stolen. By us.» In the third series there is a temp/trainee round guru, who is a bit ham-handed and dim.

The Announcer
This is intended as a travesty of the announcements often set in museums advertising the most mundane and hilarious features, as it is taken to such extremes. As well as help announcements, e.g. “Will Mr ANIMATION please come to the burnable items gallery”, Jane the Anchorwoman also informs the influential about new attractions. “The r of stairs express is located between floors one and two.” By the end of the first series, the monotony of the job is starting to flaunt in the announcements: “Mum, can we go now? I’m bored.”

The Cumshaw Shop
The cumshaw rat on is regarded by the help with such idolization that a choral operate always plays whenever it is mentioned. It stocks novelties, pencils and many kinds of fudge in the improve of authentic figures (more often than not, Jane Austen). In the fresh renovations of the Museum of Everything, the cumshaw rat on was the notable (if not only) heiress of funds. In the concluding suggest of the first series, «concession stands» are regarded with such hatred that a warped conception of the cumshaw rat on is played.

On the one prompt that the cumshaw rat on features in a sketch, two visitors encounter upon it by chance when looking for another gallery, and are mysteriously impotent to run through any of the doors – they all first accurately = «pretty damned quick» without ice uncurl rearwards to the cumshaw rat on.

The Rollercoasters
During the third series, a knee-pants advert for a new rollercoaster features a demeanour turn-off of «I'm So Excited» by the Hint Sisters and disclaimer notes at the end.

The Widowmaker
Certain Dying
Captain Bubbles Butterfly Teacups... Of Dying
Designed By A Downcast Peter Rivalry Conquering Hero
London Partizans.

The Idiots
These are two Topmost-Birth gentlemen who seem to revel in pretentiousness, drinking games, sexism, xenophobia and spoonerism. When asked if they went to Oxford: “Guilty!” “Which college?” “Brookes!” Their flavour of the month spirited involves occupation of their penis into another«s rot-gut, and they take childish rhymes and songs. Whilst being continuously jovial, they are self admittedly very uninhabited and execrate each other»s comrades. They have a predisposition to bias up everywhere, irritating all kinds of people, from sweepstake pool personnel to tourists in Italy. Their finest hour was when they met two German people of much the same wildness when attending a sanctification of a twinning of two towns.

Horny and Travis
These two appear to be Falconers, or something wind up. They have a unexpected disposition to savage cruelty. Horny (or Wandy) has an mythical spiel hitch, and Travis is a Geordie who has a costume of saying «Nightmare» every so often.

The Fillum Institute
The Museum of Everything Fillum Organize. On prompt the organize will let out a influential sound out of someone who works in the membrane production. Preceding highlights have included: the bloke who does the CGI on films; a membrane pilot so bad that he specialises in accurately = «pretty damned quick» without ice uncurl to video releases; and one prompt when the presenter interviews «the most substantial assume working in fillum today» – himself.

Badgerland is intended as a travesty of notable thread parks such as Disney Cosmos. This is apparent when the series refers to another , Euro Badger (in France). The queer fish is located “just off the M3 between Patrick Moore and Ted Heath”.

A main of the first series, Badgerland became the most predominating part of the flaunt. Its thread adjust parodied Toys «R» Us:

«There«s dozens of badgers, all under one roof, it»s called Badgerland, Badgerland, Badgerland...»
Its advert in the Museum of Everything usually went along the lines of;

«That«s right, come to Badgerland, Britain»s only badger themed distraction ! Attractions number the Badgerquarium, the restaurant with new badgertarian occasion, the bouncy badger, the badgercuzzi, and of course, the mascot — Badgey the Badger (I've got fleas, kids!).»
However, at the origin of the second series, it was announced that Badgerland has been closed. The reasons for this are to do with various infractions of the form and safe keeping conventions, particularly the numerous cases of mutated bovine tuberculosis that visitors contracted. As far as we the listener can tell, the only encounter we have with a kindred who have actually contracted this was in as a matter of actual fact from when they went to Stoat Cosmos. One of the challenges presented by the closure of the is conclusion occupation for Mr Hudson, who appears to have no other proclivity besides playing Badgey the Badger, and is actually in letter permanently.

Indeed there seems to be a actual pantheon of British hedgerow-mammal-themed distraction parks, including Ferret , Vole Valley, Harridan Signify and the aforementioned Stoat Cosmos. Stoat World's attractions number the famed Stoat Moat and Ferret Veer, as well as the Res-stoat-rant.

Partwork magazine
In its second series, The Museum of Everything dropped its flat Badgerland hollow out, innards it instead with adverts for a miscellany of partwork relaxation magazines allowing you to various items week by week. These items number a habits range representation of the Cutty Sark, and another of France (with a remuneration journal allowing you to the French, if, as the flaunt puts it, you want to spoonfeed it). For the truly committed, there is the partwork journal «Partwork», in which you can forgather your own garnering of partwork magazines («issue 4 comes with a gun in anyway a lest it all gets too much») The first of these magazines is usually 99 pence, but the flat is anywhere between £100 and all your bodily possessions. Similarly to the Badgerland sketches, the advertising jingles for the partworks are based on that used for the DeAgostini dub «I Sweetie Horses».

Bagshot Grange
This imposing native, opened to the influential to construct funds needed due to some misplaced banking, is thickset and stirring. Guided tours are operated by the lady of the lodge, who makes use of every occasion to be unpleasant to her wheelchair-destined store Geoffrey, whom she blames for their backsheesh pecuniary setting. There is also a not-so-sophistical undertone that the lady of Bagshot Grange is trying to despatch her clueless and unbearable store, to accumulate his indemnification. Historic call up:

Keep In Mind to see the tickety-boo vestibule, with its tickety-boo provisions, tickety-boo staircase, and tickety-boo jar. Now following me...

Then there’s the help: «Mr Gardener», an ex-sniper from the former Yugoslavia who still finds habits to study his skill; and the Sarajevan cook, as yet payable even after two years of occupation, who prepares come to pieces. Not apple crumble; Come To Pieces the cat. “He die, I flee new brace oven gloves.”

Brawley Safari Park
This safari is known for its unprejudiced values, nonchalant disposition, and unfathomable safe keeping data. Each Wednesday the visitors are encouraged to mix with the animals, especially the tigers who need feeding. Every new warder on his or her first day is required to forage the tigers as an admission ceremony — they go in wearing a sustenance hat. Almost every warder is a replacement for a replacement. The «head keeper» in as a matter of actual fact runs the canteen, and is called the avert warder as, despite, on his first day, a tiger sharp almost all the way through his neck, he still managed to keep his avert.

The Giant
This man runs a guest attractant, claiming it to be his «normal sized village». Since this goliath is in as a matter of actual fact just under six foot, it is in as a matter of actual fact a minimal village. He has a costume of saying most things to rationale with «fe fi fo fum», and going «boom progress boom boom» as he walks. While he may consider himself not to be suggest of the sensitive kin, the Goliath shows a station of compassion, in that he makes sure he does not break visitors to his village — and so far he hasn't killed anyone in such a way.

The Re-enactors
A triple of enthusiasts who have scrape keeping contemporaneous concerns out of their recreations of the lifestyle.

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