Talk:British Rail sandwich

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British TV references[edit]

I spotted a couple of errors in the paragraph about British TV. Both the shows mentioned were written by Spike Milligan, and being ridiculed by just him hardly counts as being "often ridiculed on British television". (I suspect the statement is true, but needs better references - does anyone want to dig some up?) Also, the Goon Show was a radio show, not a TV show. I think I'll change that second one now. — Mr. Stradivarius 23:46, 30 December 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, End of Part One, episode 6, the bit where Norman Straightman goes to the "nosetician" (somewhere in the second part, I think). It's on Youtube, but that site's blocked on the network I'm using. [1] 91.85.63.92 (talk) 20:36, 6 May 2012 (UTC)