By contrast Tony Robinson spent a significant part of one episode stark naked, not a recollection I want to conjure up too often .I don't remember too many of the political jokes being at Labour's expense either.
- an extended swipe at the execrable Simon May for setting words to his naff BBC theme tunes. This is slightly damaged by the knowledge it came from the man who inflicted The Chicken Song on us just six months later.
- a vicious swipe at morris dancing with Hills yanking McGrath just moments into his routine
- "I'll be reviewing Michael Winner's new film Death Wish 26 in which Charles Bronson shoots absolutely everybody just in case"
- "I'll be reviewing Ted Heath's new book in which he sets out his political vision. It's called It's Not Fair I Should Be Prime Minister "
- Getting the audience to chant "We Love Gadaffi" with McGrath then cutting it short with "That's enough Tebbit- baiting".