Brett & Cliff's Flea Circus: A movie and TV podcast
John Carpenter's Suburban Screams (2023)
John Carpenter returns to the screen for the first time in more than a decade with Suburban Screams. The horror master exec produced the mystery-based true crime anthology, directing the final episode. We discuss the first show of the series, Kelly. Music comes from Slick Pete Flash with universe (Full of Stars).
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2. The Brittas Empire (1991-97)49:53Red Dwarf's Chris Barrie plays Gordon Brittas, an obnoxious leisure centre owner in this 1990s British sitcom. There's also a quiz from Cliff and music from The Shop Window.
1. So, Peter Gabriel (1986)01:03:41Revisiting Brett's favourite album of the 80s, Peter Gabriel's So. There's also a survival quiz and music from Amateur Ornithologist.
37. Christmas song special01:05:24Brett and Cliff are joined by Luke from the Mariners for a festive ramble though their favourite Christmas songs, with Luke's band supplying the song to close the episode, Chaotic Crazy Christmas.
36. Wonders In Letterland (1985): The first appearance of kids TV favorite T-Bag38:05A look at an 80s favourite T Bag, but not in the guise we remember. There's a tea-based quiz and music from The Heavy North.
35. Wogan (1983-93): A look at the broadcaster's all conquering chat show36:18A shallow dive into Terry Wogan's talk show, discussing some of the memorable guests and the great man's interview style. Music comes from MAZE with Actions
34. Cash on Demand (1961)34:09Looking at Hammer's 1961 Cash on Demand. A gem of a thriller with two increadible leading performances. There's a quiz and music from Manchester band, The Juice.
32. Automan (1983)01:07:13Automan is a 1983 TV show from Glen A Larsen (Knightrider, Battlestar Galactica) and takes the effects pioneered in Tron and puts them in a detective show. Hammy acting, corny dialogue and improbable plotting ensue.Music comes from Willy Bo Walker.
31. V (1983): The 80s horror sci-fi revisted47:35A sci-fi show from the 1980s that takes in horror and a fairly obvious dose of Nazi iconography. Remade years later, here we look at the original. Music is Bloom from Jim Sanger and Arttu Silvast.