Sunday, 9 January 2011

Miliband: A Face For Radio ...


Except that - would you believe it - he's pitching himself for a Portillo-like career on the BBC.

"It is unclear whether Miliband wants to front one-off documentaries or a series of shows ..."

the Observer tells us. Additionally, and quite amazingly,

"... but it is thought all his proposals would involve him taking a starring role on screen."

No, really ? What a sarcastic bunch
they are at the Observer. I greatly fear however, that in matters of this sort, to ask is to get, and that we shall indeed have the slug-featured gargoyle thrust forward at us.

So - what do we reckon he's best suited for ? Documentaries ? a trainspotting series ? frotting Diannnne Abbbott on Thursday nights ? a foodie show - perhaps 101 Ways With Bananas ?

Your ideas in the comments.

ND


13 comments:

CityUnslicker said...

He could star in a remake of Cain and Able.

Demetrius said...

An updated Andy Pandy? Alan as a new form of Postman Pat? Yvonne in Lapdancing For Beginners? Prescott doing a Les Dawson tribute act in drag? Jack and Tony as Bill and Ben? Gordon in a revamped Thomas The Tank Engine as a disused engine whose bust boiler houses pigeons?

andrew said...

Late night QVC.
The bit where they sell paper you can make cards from

Cazzy Jones said...

How about one of those celebrity list type programmes - 50 Faces You Would Never Tire Of Punching?

Bill Quango MP said...

Working with dinosaurs.

Anonymous said...

Shameless.

Casualty.

Budgie said...

He's the BBC's idea of right wing balance for foaming Balls.

Nick Drew said...

Foaming Balls - isn't that one of the games in Total Wipeout?

if not, it should be

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Budgie said...

I always knew KP was nuts.

Bill Quango MP said...

Wall Street Journal has pinched your idea Nick.

http://blogs.wsj.com/iainmartin/2011/01/10/those-david-miliband-ideas-for-bbc-tv-shows-in-full/?mod=rss_WSJBlog&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Nick Drew said...

well I never ...

(wonder if they'll leave up my comment there ?)

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