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Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show! The Complete Second Series - EP

Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show! The Complete Second Series - EP

18 Aug 2013

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  • Original Release Date: 18 Aug 2013
  • Release Date: 18 Aug 2013
  • Label: Komedia Entertainment
  • Copyright: 2007 Komedia Entertainment Ltd
  • Total Length: 2:48:15
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  • ASIN: B00EBUCMCY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,299 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Lewis on 5 Feb 2008
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I susspose you could say this reknowned celery is a legend in his own lunchtime.

Fantastic 3rd series just finished on Radio 4. Glad to see the 2nd is out on cd - it's a must buy.

Tatty bye...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Irish Critic on 30 Dec 2008
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Steve Delaney is one phenomenally talented comedy actor. Radio 4 is already known for the high quality of its comedy output, but this material is their "Crème de la Crème". Count Arthur Strong (Delaney) is the middle-aged, fumbling, penny-pinching master of the malapropism. The convincing Yorkshire accent and skilfully affected speech impediment are superb - as is Delaney's small pool of supporting actors. This particular style of humour is not everyone's cup of tea, but I find it side-splittingly funny.

There are 6 episodes in a series, each episode being 28 minutes long as the crow flies. It's all recorded before a live audience. Each malapropism is hilarious enough in its own right, and there are literally scores in each episode. But almost as funny again is the Count's desperate flustering to recall the CORRECT word each time. The delivery and timing of the gags are what make this a true masterpiece of radio comedy. So if you're a fan of malapropisms and verbal screw-ups in general, order your copy without further adieu!

COMMENTS SPECIFIC TO SERIES TWO:
Many people have written autobiographies about Arthur Strong. Although he mixes with people from Oxford or Camshaft, he doesn't expect anyone to stand on celery. In his professional cavity, the Count gives motivational talks to rooms full of empty people, often employing Reverse Psychosis - a technique he learnt from a Chinese philosopher named Confusion. Arthur believes supermarkets should have celebrity aisles so VIPs don't have to rub soldiers with the pepperoni. Mad men give lunatics a bad name, and that's why head-cases are stigmatised...the bloody idiots!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Wright VINE VOICE on 10 Mar 2008
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I don't really understand why there have been complaints about this show. Some people will just moan about anything, especially those that just don't 'get it' straight away. And there will always be those that don't, in the same way as some didn't get Monty Python or Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In in the beginning.
Although the character Count Arthur Strong portrays a doddering gentleman probably in his late 60's, (You can almost imagine that this is the sort of character that Harry Worth would have ended up morphing into in his shows thirty years on), I would guess that Steve Delaney is possibly only in his late thirties. But that is only a guess, such is his ability to portray this aging character so well.
The living legend that is Count Arthur Strong stumbles from one crisis to another dragging down everyone else with him within a half-mile radius, leaving chaos and pandemonium (a small keyboard instrument with pedals, according to the Count) in his wake. The well written scripts are very funny, and have many 'laugh out loud' moments, so much so that on several occasions I have had to flip back to listen again to some gags I missed due to still laughing over the previous one.
Series two is of course more of the same where series one left off, and although you could start with this set and subsequently purchase series one, you can hear how the character has developed over time. I love the way his voice changes inflection when he is talking to, then subsequently arguing with himself over something or other. The scripts are written and performed by the man himself, and I for one will be first in the queue for series three. Episode three in series two also includes a guest appearance from Barry Cryer, no less.
If you have heard a little of the Count before, buy this set of discs, you won't be disappointed. If you haven't heard any of the Count before and are partial to a little off the wall comedy, then buy this set of discs, you won't be disappointed.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ariadne on 4 Feb 2008
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We've just been to see Count Arthur Strong live and he is every bit as hilarious on stage as he is on radio. It must only be a matter of time before Count Arthur Strong's Television Show. The Radio 4 series has just ended (boo), in the meantime listen to series one and two on CD. There is not a single unfunny episode. Guaranteed to make the sun shine!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Judith Charles on 19 Mar 2009
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Be warned - the over 60's could come over 'quite peculiar' from laughing so much. I've got all three series, but am holding some back for our next trip away. Even my grandchildren find them hilarious.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By colin j on 17 Oct 2008
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if and when a funnier performer than the great
count arthur appears then i will make a large amount of my home made piccawilly and bathe in it
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By monkeyspank on 6 Feb 2010
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I think that Count Arthur Strong is the funniest thing I have heard on radio for a long, long time. My one reservation is this- that in these days of "Political correctness" it's difficult for new, young comedians to find anyone to safely laugh at, and the elderly are one of the few groups which are still a fair target, apparently.

Leaving all that aside, I can honestly say that I haven't laughed quite so much for a long, long time. And if you disagree, i must inform you that you will shortly be receiving a strongly worded letter from my legal representatives. Good day to you! - and mind your head on that light fitting.....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Stephen Watson on 4 April 2010
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If you love quirky, beautifully observed comedy done with warmth and eccentricity (think Harry Hill and John Shuttleworth - but even funnier!) then you will love Count Arthur. He is Doncaster's leading theatrical figure and showbiz legend - at least in his own humble opinion. Each episode of his radio show gives a typical day in the life of this bumbling, irascible egotist - you will be drawn into his loopy world and not want to leave. Quite unique. Comic genius!
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