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Look no further for some much needed lockdown laughter.
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Spectator Life’s satirist Andy Shaw brings you a dictionary of era-defining words.
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Spectator Life satirist Andy Shaw brings you a dictionary of era-defining words.
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People have asked me how it was performing with no laughter. Suffice to say, I’ve been there before.
Mark Mason livens up your lockdown learning with these fun facts.