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Bought a disc of Not only, but also . . .a week or two ago; it appears to be available only in Australia, so it is a different region DVD and won't play. Well, maybe on a Linux box it will be easier; in fact it opened first try. I remember the Superthunderstingcar sketch with, “Your strings are showing,” and the “coloured” (you were allowed to say that in 1966) jazz singer Bo Dudd‑ley, when they first came out. They appear to have missed out the bit about, “You said you were coloured; what colour are you exactly?” The prog was on about 6.30pm on BBC; that was when there was only one BBC TV channel, of course 405 lines B&W.

I wonder whether the disc will include the song “Isn't she a sweetie, isn't she a dear.”
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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