Alan Parker's 29 Minutes Of Truth

Episodes

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Cult comedy hero Alan Parker Urban Warrior tries to make I FM more subversive and left-wing, while 1 FM tries to make him go home quietly and have an early night. Producer Sarah Smith

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Unknown: Alan Parker

Producer: Sarah Smith

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Radio comedy's "Urban Warrior" begins his mission to subvert the public.

Producer Sarah Smith

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Producer: Sarah Smith

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More urban subversion.

Producer Sarah Smith

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Another chance to hear this show from the Urban

Warrior which won stand-up comedian Simon Munnery the Sony Award as Best Newcomer to Radio.

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Unknown: Simon Munnery

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Songs, sketches, and radical ideas from Alan Parker Urban Warrior.

TV advertising, new words for the 1990s, the state of Prime Minister John Major's Britain, and prejudice against gay people.

Self-styled 'urban warrior' Alan Parker sets out to subvert the system and spread his indoctrination - only held back by his wide ignorance and dumb diatribes.

Created by Simon Munnery, the revolutionary set out to make BBC Radio 1 FM more subversive and left-wing, though the station tried to make him go home quietly and have an early night instead.

With help from his put upon assistant Stu (Stewart Lee) plus John Peel, Carla Mendonca and Peter Serafinowicz.

Simon Munnery was crowned 'Newcomer of the Year' at the 1994 Sony Radio Awards for his creation and portrayal of Radio 1's cult comedy hero.

Producer: Aled Evans

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in May 1994.

0220171004 (BBC7)

Songs, sketches, and radical ideas from Alan Parker Urban Warrior.

Who should earn the most? New words for the 1990s - and what do feminists want?

Self-styled 'urban warrior' Alan Parker sets out to subvert the system and spread his indoctrination - only held back by his wide ignorance and dumb diatribes.

Created by Simon Munnery, the revolutionary set out to make BBC Radio 1 FM more subversive and left-wing, though the station tried to make him go home quietly and have an early night instead.

With help from his put upon assistant Stu (Stewart Lee) plus Carla Mendonca and Peter Serafinowicz.

Simon Munnery was crowned 'Newcomer of the Year' at the 1994 Sony Radio Awards for his creation and portrayal of Radio 1's cult comedy hero.

Producer: Sarah Smith

First broadcast on BBC Radio 1 in May 1994.