Micky Flanagan - What Chance Change?

Comedian Micky Flanagan's debut radio show charts the ups and downs of his life, from Billingsgate fish porter to successful stand-up comic and from Sunblest to panini, tabloids to broadsheets and the street party to the dinner party.

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20090106Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life.

"Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life."

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Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

012010052520110919
20120813 (BBC7)
20120813 (R4)
20130930 (BBC7)
Micky Flanagan, Cockney geezer, regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from Sunblest to Panini; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares; Well you've got the idea.

This story is mainly told through stand up comedy.

Each episode is largely composed of Micky's stand up, telling his own personal history in comedy form, full of observations we can all relate to.

In between the stand up, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short features that give an insight into where Micky's comedy comes from.

In the series Micky talks to his mum and dad, his wife, his old school friends and other people who can shed light on his experiences.

These include Sociologist Paul Willis and comedian Sean Lock.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life: the 70's 80's 90's ad 00's.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes.

The issue of class in modern UK society is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up.

However it is framed less as Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?" Surely the answer is yes if one is having the risotto.

"cause they've taken all the juice out of it." As a result of his outsiders view, he is able to deconstruct middle class mores with razor sharp observational wit.

Micky's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual, and being caught awkwardly between the two, told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's.

He chats to his school friends about their experiences of school, leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market.

He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

Comedian and Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story."

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares...

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life.

Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy.

In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market.

The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up.

However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

"Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

However it is framed less as Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"" Surely the answer is yes if one is having the risotto.

""cause they've taken all the juice out of it."" As a result of his outsiders view, he is able to deconstruct middle class mores with razor sharp observational wit.

However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

"Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky Flanagan, Cockney geezer, regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from Sunblest to Panini; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares; Well you've got the idea.

This story is mainly told through stand up comedy.

Each episode is largely composed of Micky's stand up, telling his own personal history in comedy form, full of observations we can all relate to.

In between the stand up, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short features that give an insight into where Micky's comedy comes from.

In the series Micky talks to his mum and dad, his wife, his old school friends and other people who can shed light on his experiences.

These include Sociologist Paul Willis and comedian Sean Lock.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life: the 70's 80's 90's ad 00's.

The issue of class in modern UK society is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up.

However it is framed less as Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"" Surely the answer is yes if one is having the risotto.

""cause they've taken all the juice out of it."" As a result of his outsiders view, he is able to deconstruct middle class mores with razor sharp observational wit.

Micky's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual, and being caught awkwardly between the two, told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy.

He chats to his school friends about their experiences of school, leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares...

However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

"Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970s. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970s school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

Comedian and Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story."

"Micky Flanagan, Cockney geezer, regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from Sunblest to Panini; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares; Well you've got the idea.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

Comedian and Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.""

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"""

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"""

012010052520120813"Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani."

0120120813"Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani."

0120120813Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani."

011970s2010052520110919
20140312 (BBC7)
20160402 (BBC7)
20171126 (BBC7)
20171127 (BBC7)

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

Why the comedian's rise to fame seemed to coincide with periods of social upheaval.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares Well you've got the idea.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.
The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970s. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970s school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

Comedian and Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

Comedian and Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story."

011970s2012081320100525 (BBC7)
20140312 (BBC7)
20160402 (BBC7)
20171126 (BBC7)
"Why the comedian's rise to fame seemed to coincide with periods of social upheaval.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.
The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

Comedian and cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with his life story.

"

01From Herbert To Intellectual Giant20100525 (BBC7)
20130930 (BBC7)
Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

Each week's episode focuses on a different decade of Micky's life. Micky regales us with stories from his life told through stand up comedy. In between, the programmes goes 'behind the scenes' with short interviews that give an insight into the stand up.

In this opening episode Micky talks about growing up in the East End in the 1970's. He chats to his school friends about their shared experiences of leaving with no qualifications to work at Billingsgate Fish Market. He also interviews Sociology Professor Paul Willis about his research on working class boys in a 1970's school.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as "Do we now have a classless society?" and more as "Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?"

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End, working as a Billingsgate Fish Porter to an entertainer living in the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, all the better for being told through jokes. The issue of class is a crucial theme in Micky's stand up. However it is framed less as ""Do we now have a classless society?"" and more as ""Is it ok to ask for Tomato sauce in a fancy French restaurant?""

"Cockney geezer Micky Flanagan regales us with the story of his journey from tabloid to broadsheet; from the street party to the dinner party; from apples and pears to stocks and shares... Well you've got the idea.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The producer is Tilusha Ghelani"

0220100601 (BBC7)
20120820 (BBC7)
"Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani."

0220100601 (BBC7)
20120820 (BBC7)
Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

022010060120110926
20120820 (BBC7)
Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Cockney comic Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 80s through stand up and interviews.

"Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comic Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 80s through stand up and interviews."

0220120820Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

0220120820Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani."

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Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of the East End.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life

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"Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of the East End.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through his 1980's, spent running away to New York and being the international lover and player of the East End. He chats to his parents, his sister and his school friends in interviews that shed light on the stand up comedy.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End.

"

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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.
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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

0320111003Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky tells us about his 1990's, when he made up for his misspent youth by returning to education late in life, attending university and then becoming a teacher to a new generation of unruly pupils.

He talks to Millionaire plumber Charlie Mullins who has a different take on the value of a University education and entertains us with tales of his time as a teacher, when he became so despondent that not even he would take his coat off in class.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

. Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

0320100608Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky tells us about his 1990's, when he made up for his misspent youth by returning to education late in life, attending university and then becoming a teacher to a new generation of unruly pupils.

He talks to Millionaire plumber Charlie Mullins who has a different take on the value of a University education and entertains us with tales of his time as a teacher, when he became so despondent that not even he would take his coat off in class.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

. Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.
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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.
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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.
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The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky tells us about his 1990's, when he made up for his misspent youth by returning to education late in life, attending university and then becoming a teacher to a new generation of unruly pupils.

He talks to Millionaire plumber Charlie Mullins who has a different take on the value of a University education and entertains us with tales of his time as a teacher, when he became so despondent that not even he would take his coat off in class.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher"

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"Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

"

"The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher"

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Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

"The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010."

"Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher"

03 LAST20120827The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher

"The cockney comedian charts his life story during the 1990s - returning to education and becoming a teacher. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast on Radio 4 in June 2010.

Micky Flanagan looks at his life in the 90s, returning to education and becoming a teacher"

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Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman ""she's been ski-ing and everything"" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

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Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman ""she's been ski-ing and everything"" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock.

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman she's been ski-ing and everything"" and building a career as a stand up comedian.

In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock"

"Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian."

"Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two.

Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock""

Micky looks back on his life in the 2000s and talks to his mum and dad and Sean Lock."

Micky completes his life story during the 2000s, settling down and building up his career.

Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life

Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman ""she's been ski-ing and everything"" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

Comedian Micky Flanagan charts the ups and downs of his life

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Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan's first radio series is about his progression from working-class Herbert to middle-class intellectual and being caught awkwardly between the two. His story is told through reflective interviews, but mainly, Micky's acclaimed stand up comedy. Micky's transition from the mean streets of the East End to the leafy lanes of Dulwich is a fascinating story, with each episode focusing on a different decade of Micky's life.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The series is written and performed by Micky Flanagan.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

"Micky completes his life story during the 2000s, settling down and building up his career.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman "she's been ski-ing and everything" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani.

In this episode Micky takes us through this last decade, which he has spent settling down with a middle class woman ""she's been ski-ing and everything"" and building a career as a stand up comedian. In the documentary segments, Micky chats to his parents about turning to stand up and discusses comedy and class with the brilliant comic mind that is Sean Lock.

The Producer is Tilusha Ghelani."