Take a trip to Montmartre with Neddie Toulouse-Lautrec, the famous French Impressionist (all right, do Al Jolson). Or, help sell snow to the Sudan, track down the fake Neddie Seagoon, or hunt the Great Bank Robber in a horse-fair stuffed Zeppelin, disguised as the 7:20 to Bradford.
Yes, you can do all this, through another crazy quartet of cult comedy classics, under the Goony guidance of Peter Sellers , Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe (not to mention Seagoon, Eccles, Bluebottle, Moriarty and the rest).
More devilish than Goonod's Faust. More powerful than Goonhilly. More dramatic than Goon with the Wind.
It's The Goon Show. Accept no substitutes.
(there are further notes written about each episode, on the inner sleeve of the audiobook)
Side One : The White Box of the Great Bardfield (Mar 1955).
Side Two : The Tales of Montmartre (Jan 1956).
Side Three : The Great Bank Robbery (Nov 1956).
Side Four : the Mystery of the Fake Neddie Seagoons (Nov 1956).