Goon but not forgotten! From 1952 to 1960 the Goons ruled the airwaves, the most celebrated and influential clowns in the history of radio.
Go on, join Captain Seagoon in "The Collapse of the British Railway Sandwich System" as he investigates the disappearance of all the mustard and cress sandwiches.
In "The Lost Gold Mine (of Charlotte)", Neddy loses the map to the lost gold mine of Andre Charlotte (over a game of cards), so he sets fire to his boot and sets off, hot-foot, in pursuit of Count Moriarty and Captain Hercules.
Discover why Neddy must never, never go near the oily waters in "The Canal" and, in "The House of Teeth", what does the owner need with a skull mallet and a teeth bucket?
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The Goon Show was never more funny when they introduced to the British audience, “The Collapse of the British Railway Sandwich System.” Captain Seagoon has his hands filled, as always, but is the only man capable to find the answer to the question, “Where did the mustard and cress go?” Join Spike Milligan (your favorite Malligna), Peter Sellers (funny man extraordinary) and Harry Secombe (Captain Seagoon). trekking to South America where…. Well just listen. You’ll love it.