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Radio 4 to attempt show that doesn’t use phrase ‘class background’ every 2 minutes

Regular listeners to Radio 4 may be in for a shock next Tuesday, as the station is to conduct an experiment that’s never been attempted on the station.

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Posted: Feb 5th, 2015
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Driverless car magazine full of A&E tips

Despite criticism of its editorial slant to a very small demographic of middle-aged men with head injuries and a lack of interest in their long term futures, editor Dave Carson said that the driverless car is the future and that number of fatalities ‘has been massively exaggerated’.

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Posted: Dec 16th, 2014
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Emperor’s New Clothes update: more victims come forward to complain of indecency

Scotland Yard’s Operation Fairytale Squad has announced that new evidence has emerged over alleged indecent exposure by The Emperor in a distressing streaking incident recorded several centuries ago.

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Posted: Oct 29th, 2014
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Sacha Baron Cohen tipped for Emmys for tragi-comedy character ‘Russell Brand’

Comedy genius Sacha Baron Cohen has created arguably his most brilliant satirical character yet – the commie-tragic buffoon Russell Brand.

The comic creation – criticised by some who claimed Cohen was mocking people with narcissistic personality disorder – won millions of followers with his heart warming portrayal of a man suffering from delusions of grandeur.

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Posted: Oct 26th, 2014
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Ebola to take on MRSA in world title showdown

It’s the bout everyone’s been waiting for: Ebola ‘The Kidney Musher’ versus Britain’s very own home-grown bacterium, MRSA ‘The Superbug’. The two contenders are to meet in 16 days’ time at Mid Staffordshire Hospital or whatever it’s called by then, to fight for the undisputed title of the world’s baddest disease. And, predictably, the macho boasting has begun already.

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Posted: Oct 23rd, 2014
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