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Smashie and Nicey, the End of an Era (1994)

TV Movie  |  4 April 1994 (UK)
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A mockumentary, rockumentary featuring the spoof radio DJ's from Harry Enfield's sketch shows. Telling of their rise to fame, their influence on music history and fall from grace in a parody of real life radio presenters.

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A mockumentary, rockumentary featuring the spoof radio DJ's from Harry Enfield's sketch shows. Telling of their rise to fame, their influence on music history and fall from grace in a parody of real life radio presenters.

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Cruelly funny
11 August 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Broadcast when BBC Radio 1's new controller was merrily axing half of his star presenters for being too old and stuffy for a pop station, the most effective parts of this show are the thinly disguised reminders of British DJs' most embarrassing moments. At times it's more cruel than funny, and Enfield later apologised for his parody of Tony Blackburn's marital breakdown, which a distraught Blackburn shared with listeners in the 1970s.


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