This piece was written in 1998 at
the height of Blair’s popularity. It
is still surprisingly topical, partly because we got our predictions right,
but mainly because so little ever changes.
It features Victoria Hamilton, Steve Noonan, Bruce Hazelton, Lorna Forsythe and myself on voices and the
animation team was Kimberley
Woodall, Paul Carder, Maria Clifford, Stan Sheene, Simon Price and Matt Brace. None of them ever received a penny for
their months of work but they are all assured a place in heaven. Provided God can take a joke, that is. If not, they’re buggered.
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1 minute 30
A funky taste of Little Britley.
Version – 8.9 Meg.
Episode One - Spin.
24 minutes 18
The whole first episode, a few chunky
renders (hopefully we’ll get back on Media 100 and put the SG Renders in soon
– visit regularly for information), but it’s a truly British original and you
won’t get to see it anywhere else.
Warning: Very Big File!
– 14 Meg.
Version – 57.8 Meg.
Paul Carder’s fabulous Bryce Intro over a
home produced orchestral track.
Version – 5.4 Meg.
Audio Only Version.
Hesser and Darke’s House of Nutters.
1 minute 24
Tasteless, tacky, and glitzy – just like
the Tory Old Guard.
Version – 8.2 Meg.
Crook and Saddam.
A little closer to the mark than we
expected in ’98.
– 3.6 Meg.
As David Byrne once said “You’re talking
a lot, but you’re not really saying anything”. A classic Britley moment.
Version – 4.1 Meg.
This will be the five seconds they’ll use
at my trial.
Version – 510k.
The “Bladerunner” sequence.
Americans please note: it’s a much ruder
word over here...
Version – 5 Meg.
Come back Betty Boothroyd; the Commons
isn’t the same without you.
Version – 1.6 Meg.