My Booze Hell, By Little Johnny Cartilage

The not terribly true autobiography of a 70's idol and his slow descent into obscurity.

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01Malcolm Macdonald's Sideburns1996100220050316 (BBC7)
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The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley. With Johnny Meres and Peter Serafinowicz. From October 1996.

. The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley. From October 1996.

The not terribly true autobiography of a 70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley.

With Johnny Meres and Peter Serafinowicz.

The not terribly true autobiography of a 70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity."

The faded '70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley. With Johnny Meres and Peter Serafinowicz. From October 1996.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

His descent into obscurity begins with the launch of Cartilage Family and includes extracts from his infamous appearance on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs with Sue Lawley.

Written by and starring Johnny Meres.

With:

Sue Lawley
Ben Miller
Peter Serafinowicz
Geoff McGivern ,
Rosemary Martin
Deborah Berlin

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of faded 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley. With Johnny Meres and Peter Serafinowicz. From October 1996.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley. From October 1996.

With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

The not terribly true autobiography of a '70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

The not terribly true autobiography of a 70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity. With Ben Miller.

The not terribly true autobiography of a 70s idol and his descent into obscurity.

The not terribly true autobiography of a '70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz. Episode 1 of 4.

The not terribly true autobiography of a '70s idol and his slow descent into obscurity. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz. Episode 1 of 4.

02Sugar, Der Der Der Der Der Der, Ah Honey, Honey1996100920050323 (BBC7)
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The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book. With Johnny Meres and Ben Miller. From October 1996.

. The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book. From 1996.

Little Johnny Cartilage gets a haircut and appears on Start The Week.

Meanwhile, the seventies have become hip again.

Johnny fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his autobiography on Start the Week.

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The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book.

With Johnny Meres and Ben Miller.

Johnny fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his autobiography on Start the Week."

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The faded '70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book. With Johnny Meres and Ben Miller. From October 1996.

Johnny fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his new book.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

Written by and starring Johnny Meres.

With:

Melvyn Bragg
Ben Miller
Peter Serafinowicz
Geoff McGivern
Rosemary Martin
Deborah Berlin.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of faded 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley

The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book. With Johnny Meres and Ben Miller. From October 1996.

The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book. From 1996.

Little Johnny Cartilage gets a haircut and appears on Start The Week. Meanwhile, the seventies have become hip again.

Today Little Johnny Cartilage gets a haircut and appears on Start The Week. Meanwhile, the seventies have become hip again.

Sugar Der Der Der Der Der Der, Ah Honey, Honey: Johnny gets a haircut and appears on Start the Week. The 70s have become hip again.

Sugar Der Der Der Der Der Der, Ah Honey, Honey: Johnny gets a haircut and appears on Start the Week. The 70s are hip again.

Frank Wignall: John Waite probes the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all. Episode 4 of 4.

Little Johnny Cartilage gets a haircut and appears on Start The Week. Meanwhile, the seventies have become hip again. Episode 2 of 4.

"Little Johnny Cartilage gets a haircut and appears on Start The Week. Meanwhile, the seventies have become hip again. Episode 2 of 4."

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The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare. With Ben Miller. From October 1996.

. The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare.

Little Johnny Cartilage was a Seventies Singing Sensation.

Well, he was in the Anglia TV region.

Nowadays he's just a bore.

Starring Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

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The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare.

With Ben Miller.

Starring Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz."

"

"

The not-terribly-true autobiography of faded 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley

The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare. With Ben Miller. From October 1996.

Little Johnny Cartilage was a Seventies Singing Sensation. Well, he was in the Anglia TV region. Nowadays he's just a bore.

The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his slow descent into obscurity.

More comedy. Episode 4 of 4.

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all. Episode 4 of 4.

John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz. Episode 4 of 4.

Frank Wignall: John Waite investigates the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all. Episode 4 of 4.

And Cue Supersonic: Little Johnny Cartilage was a 70s Singing Sensation. Well, he was in the Anglia TV region. Now he's just a bore.

And Cue Supersonic: Little Johnny Cartilage was a 70s Singing Sensation, at least in the Anglia TV area. Now he's just a bore.

The washed-up TV star finds himself 'In the Psychiatrist's Chair' with Dr Anthony Clare. Starring Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

"Little Johnny Cartilage was a Seventies Singing Sensation. Well, he was in the Anglia TV region. Nowadays he's just a bore. "

Little Johnny Cartilage was a Seventies Singing Sensation. Well, he was in the Anglia TV region. Nowadays he's just a bore.

03Frank Wignall20050406 (BBC7)
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The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his slow descent into obscurity.

"More comedy. Episode 4 of 4.

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all. Episode 4 of 4."

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all. Episode 4 of 4.

04 LASTFrank Wignall1996102320050406 (BBC7)
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John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family. With Ben Miller. From October 1996.

. John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family.

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all.

John Waite probes the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all.

John Waite investigates the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all.

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John Waite investigates the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all."

"John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family. With Ben Miller. From October 1996.

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all.

John Waite probes the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all.

John Waite investigates the shock story that members of regional TV hit The Cartilage Family weren't a family at all."

The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his slow descent into obscurity.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley

John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family. With Ben Miller and Peter Serafinowicz.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his slow descent into obscurity. Episode 3 of 4.

More comedy.

More comedy. Episode 3 of 4.

John Waite investigates the shock story that the members of regional TV hit 'The Cartilage Family', were never a family at all.

More comedy. Episode 3 of 4.

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The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his slow descent into obscurity. Episode 4 of 4.

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John Waite investigates the shocking claim that the Cartilages were not a real family. With Ben Miller. From October 1996.

The not-terribly-true autobiography of faded 1970s idol Little Johnny Cartilage.

The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley