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19940427Radio comedy's self-styled 'Urban

Warrior' claims to be the most left-wing person in Britain. He returns to 1 FM to continue his mission to subvert the audience.

Producer Sarah Smith

19940504Radio comedy's 'Urban Warrior' continues his mission to subvert the audience.
19940511Radio comedy's 'Urban Warrior' continues his mission to subvert the audience.
19940518More from radio comedy's 'Urban Warrior'.
19950220The Urban Warrior who won the 1994 Sony Gold Award for Best Radio Comedy returns. No lies - plenty of truth and lots of shouting - he's so radical it hurts.

Issues to be grappled with tonight include raves and the philosophy of truth, plus more from Alan's band, the Truth.

19950227Alan produces more voices of women, with a guest character in the studio

(played by Mandy Knight ). He will also review Sham

69's latest album, give tips on how to see a band for free, play more vox pops on the philosophy of life and include an item from

Danny' - Alan's rave reporter.

'Danny' - Alan's rave reporter.'

19950306Alan will be in the studio to bring more subversion to 1FM.

As well as more sketches, there will also be a guide to rave language, another Rave Report from Danny, plus Alan's imaginatively-titled love song I Fancy You, accompanied by his own band the Truth.

19950313Alan brings comic subversion to the airwaves of 1FM, with more characters, more vox-pop sketches and more punk-influenced songs from his band The Truth.

'Alan brings comic subversion to the airwaves of 1FM, with more characters, more vox-pop sketches and more punk-influenced songs from his band The Truth.'

19950320Another 59 minutes of truth from the urban warrior and his band The Truth.
19950327brings more subversion to 1FM in the last of the present series. With characters, vox-pops and Alan's band The Truth, plus a single that brings justice to the oppressed backing singers of the world.

'brings more subversion to 1FM in the last of the present series. With characters, vox-pops and Alan's band The Truth, plus a single that brings justice to the oppressed backing singers of the world.'