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Publisher's Summary

A fascinating collection of rare and remastered broadcast material starring Tony Hancock, Sid James and others.

This first volume features the recently discovered soundtrack of 'The Horror Serial', a television episode of Hancock's Half Hour from 1959, plus remastered versions of the following radio shows: 'The Blackboard Jungle', 'The Student Prince' and 'The Test Match'. Also included are previously unreleased editions of 'Variety Bandbox', 'Calling All Forces' and 'Educating Archie', all featuring Tony Hancock, and a host of rare archive interviews with the lad himself.

From 1964, 'Ancock's Anthology finds Tony Hancock interviewing Stirling Moss. This collection is a must for fans of Tony Hancock and Hancock's Half Hour.

©2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd (P)2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd

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