Quotes of the week

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I’ve al­ways ad­mired Cap­tain Main­war­ing

Ja­cob Rees-Mogg de­nies his bid to oust the PM has be­come a Dad’s

Army farce

My ul­ti­mate am­bi­tion would be to broad­cast to the rest of

Steve­nage

Gar­den shed

DJ Deke Dun­can gets his 1970s dream job with a Christ­mas Day show on BBC Three

Coun­ties Ra­dio

I sus­pect Kylie and Shane may pos­si­bly be on the short­list... I would not hold your breath for Edna or Les

Prince Charles jokes

about Harry’s baby names at an Aus­tralia House event at­tended by Dame Edna Ever­age and Sir Les Pat­ter­son cre­ator

Barry Humphries

What next... Snow White and the Seven Tall Peo­ple?

Theatre­goer Bill Ni­chol­son com­plains about a 6ft ac­tor play­ing diminu­tive vil­lain Lord

Far­quaad in Shrek prompt­ing show bosses

to think again

Aren’t you sup­posed to be run­ning a govern­ment depart­ment?

A Twit­ter user is not im­pressed af­ter Michael Gove tweets a link to a Game of Thrones quiz. The En­vi­ron­ment Sec­re­tary once com­pared him­self to

Thrones’ dwarf Tyrion

Lan­nis­ter

Ul­ti­mately, we de­cided his over­all sport­ing record wasn’t so ex­cep­tional

English Her­itage re­fuses to give a blue plaque to hon­our bats­man Al­bert Trott – the only crick­eter to hit a ball clean over

Lord’s pav­il­ion

Look­ing back, it’s ob­vi­ously not the sort of record I would buy

Take That’s Howard Don­ald ad­mits he doesn’t much care

for their early work

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