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20121004

David Quantick is back and this time he's giving you a Ticket To Ride the Magical Mystery Tour of musical knowledge that is Blagger's Guide to The Beatles.

What really happened at their first ever recording session? What was the working title of Yesterday? And, what was Help! originally called?

David will be revealing all about the world's favourite Scouser's, and showing the extent that The Beatles have influenced our lives; beyond that awful bowl cut you had when you were a kid.

In true anarchic Blagger's fashion, David be giving you the answers to questions you didn't even know existed with the help of spoof adverts, quick fire gags and movie trailers.

The Blagger's Guide To Doctor Who20131121

Calling all Whovians! Test your knowledge of everyone's favourite time travelling Doctor as he takes a look back over 50 years of science fiction at its British best.

He'll be lifting the lid on some industry secrets, and exterminating any myths you might have heard about the long running series.

Such as: Why was William Hartnell replaced as the first Doctor?

What was it about the Daleks that drove Jon Pertwee mad?

And how come the show was cancelled for 16 very bleak years?

All this and plenty more to come, and of course, all of it in true off the wall Blagger's style.

Hold on to your Tardis, because it's going to be a bumpy ride!

The Blagger's Guide To Dr Who20131121
The Blagger's Guide To Eurovision20140508

The Blagger's Guide to Eurovision.

The Blagger's Guide To James Bond2012112220130926
20141208 (R2)

He's the world's most famous secret agent (an oxymoron if ever there was one). He's a charmer; he can handle a pistol; he looks good in a bow tie and he has the mind-blowing ability to de-clothe any woman he happens to come in to contact with. But that's enough about Quantick...

He is of course, Bond, James Bond and our very own Quantick, yes, David Quantick is here to give Bond the Blagger's treatment and reveal even more secrets about this already not so secret agent.

During his 50 years of service he's managed to morph in to the bodies of great actors such as Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan - oh, and George Lazenby. Briefly...

We already know how he likes his Martinis; we even know how many hairs he's got on his chest. But do you know which Bond was partial to wearing a wig?

Or how many millions of dollars has the Bond franchise earned over the years? And just how many Shirleys have sung a Bond theme?

Tune in for this new Bond-themed Blagger's Guide with its trademark quick fire gag and spoof ads.

He's the world's most famous secret agent (an oxymoron if ever there was one). He's a charmer; he can handle a pistol; he looks good in a bow tie and he has the mind-blowing ability to de-clothe any woman he happens to come in to contact with. But that's enough about Quantick...

He is of course, Bond, James Bond and our very own Quantick, yes, David Quantick is here to give Bond the Blagger's treatment and reveal even more secrets about this already not so secret agent.

During his 50 years of service he's managed to morph in to the bodies of great actors such as Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan - oh, and George Lazenby. Briefly...

We already know how he likes his Martinis; we even know how many hairs he's got on his chest. But do you know which Bond was partial to wearing a wig?

Or how many millions of dollars has the Bond franchise earned over the years? And just how many Shirleys have sung a Bond theme?

Tune in for this new Bond-themed Blagger's Guide with its trademark quick fire gag and spoof ads.

He's the world's most famous secret agent (an oxymoron if ever there was one). He's a charmer; he can handle a pistol; he looks good in a bow tie and he has the mind-blowing ability to de-clothe any woman he happens to come in to contact with. But that's enough about Quantick...

He is of course, Bond, James Bond and our very own Quantick, yes, David Quantick is here to give Bond the Blagger's treatment and reveal even more secrets about this already not so secret agent.

During his 50 years of service he's managed to morph in to the bodies of great actors such as Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan - oh, and George Lazenby. Briefly...

We already know how he likes his Martinis; we even know how many hairs he's got on his chest. But do you know which Bond was partial to wearing a wig?

Or how many millions of dollars has the Bond franchise earned over the years? And just how many Shirleys have sung a Bond theme?

Tune in for this new Bond-themed Blagger's Guide with its trademark quick fire gag and spoof ads.

He's the world's most famous secret agent (an oxymoron if ever there was one). He's a charmer; he can handle a pistol; he looks good in a bow tie and he has the mind-blowing ability to de-clothe any woman he happens to come in to contact with. But that's enough about Quantick...

He is of course, Bond, James Bond and our very own Quantick, yes, David Quantick is here to give Bond the Blagger's treatment and reveal even more secrets about this already not so secret agent.

During his 50 years of service he's managed to morph in to the bodies of great actors such as Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan - oh, and George Lazenby. Briefly...

We already know how he likes his Martinis; we even know how many hairs he's got on his chest. But do you know which Bond was partial to wearing a wig?

Or how many millions of dollars has the Bond franchise earned over the years? And just how many Shirleys have sung a Bond theme?

Tune in for this new Bond-themed Blagger's Guide with its trademark quick fire gag and spoof ads.

The Blagger's Guide To The Beatles2012100420131202

Indulge in Beatlemania as David Quantick gives the Fab Four the Blagger's treatment.

Indulge in Beatlemania as David Quantick gives the Fab Four the Blagger's treatment.

David Quantick is back and this time he's giving you a Ticket To Ride the Magical Mystery Tour of musical knowledge that is Blagger's Guide to The Beatles.

What really happened at their first ever recording session? What was the working title of Yesterday? And, what was Help! originally called?

David will be revealing all about the world's favourite Scouser's, and showing the extent that The Beatles have influenced our lives; beyond that awful bowl cut you had when you were a kid.

In true anarchic Blagger's fashion, David be giving you the answers to questions you didn't even know existed with the help of spoof adverts, quick fire gags and movie trailers.

The Blagger's Guide To The Guitar2014060920141201
20141201 (R2)

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix and Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix and Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix and Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix and Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix and Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix & Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

Our resident ringmaster of mischief, David Quantick, is literally taking it up to 11 (do you see what we did there? Because it's on till 11pm, and...oh, forget it) as he presents the ultimate guide to one of the world's most popular musical instruments.

Sorting the riffs from the raff, the Blagger's Guide will provide an accurately informed, but typically irreverent look at the history of guitars in music; in all its forms. From the delicacy of the Spanish guitar to the epitome of machoness of the Flying V, from the folk starkness of Bob Dylan to the punk thrash of Steve Jones.

Join David Quantick as he verbally dissects great guitarists such as Hendrix & Johnny Marr, and uncovers why the guitar has struck a chord in all our hearts.

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David Quantick's musical look at John Lee Hooker, Britney Spears and Patti Smith.

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A light-hearted guide to music. David Quantick looks at Detroit, including unheard footage of John Lee Hooker accepting his Employee of the Month award at the Ford car plant and a sneak preview of Britney Spears' new perfume advert.

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David Quantick presents everything you need to know about music in easily digestible small chunks, like pop dog food. Using fake archive footage, made-up adverts, counterfeit recordings, and some jokes, Quantick takes you by the hand and leads you through the mean streets of pop knowledge.

Ths week he examines Gary Numan's obsession with robots, the roots of skinhead culture and the story of New York Dolls, whose first gig was at a shelter for the homeless on Christmas Eve in 1971.

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David Quantick presents everything you need to know about music in easily digestible small chunks, like pop dog food. Using fake archive footage, made-up adverts, counterfeit recordings, and some jokes, Quantick takes you by the hand and leads you through the mean streets of pop knowledge.

This week he turns his analytical attention to the unique musical sound of Bristol (or 'Brizzle', as the locals call it), the electric albums of Led Zepplin (or 'Zep', as you should call them) and Surf Music, home of the twangy-guitar since 1961.

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David Quantick presents everything you need to know about music in easily digestible small chunks, like pop dog food. Using fake archive footage, made-up adverts, counterfeit recordings, and some jokes, Quantick takes you by the hand and leads you through the mean streets of pop knowledge.

This week features all you need to know about The Stone Roses (kings of Madchester), Texas (the place, not the band) and Phil Spector, inventor of the wall of sound.

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David Quantick presents everything you need to know about music in easily digestible small chunks, like pop dog food. Using fake archive footage, made-up adverts, counterfeit recordings, and some jokes, Quantick takes you by the hand and leads you through the mean streets of pop knowledge.

This week he examines Love (the band not the emotion), telling the story of Americana ("It all started, reasonably enough, in Canada.") and scrutinizing Australia's contribution to pop and rock.

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David Quantick presents everything you need to know about music in easily digestible small chunks, like pop dog food. Using fake archive footage, made-up adverts, counterfeit recordings, and some jokes, Quantick takes you by the hand and leads you through the mean streets of pop knowledge.

He continues The Blagger's Guide chasing pregnant nuns through Vatican halls in search of Bruce Springsteen; taking a trip back in time to the Early Days of Rock 'N' Roll; and stepping out into West London's multi-cultural music scene.

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Learn everything you need to bore people in the pub about Primal Scream, Folk Rock and the Sex Pistols. Presented By David Quantick.

. Learn everything you need to bore people in the pub about Primal Scream and Folk Rock.