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Bellamy's People, BBC Two

Bellamy's People, BBC Two

Bogus radio host makes satirical transition to the small screen

Gary Bellamy (Rhys Thomas) with his fanclub, Bellamy's Babes

Born out of the spurious Radio 4 phone-in show Down The Line, created by Fast Show veterans Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson, Bellamy’s People takes bogus broadcaster Gary Bellamy out on the road and in front of the cameras to meet his public. On Radio 4 (before being unmasked as a spoof), Bellamy was bombarded with angry listeners decrying his sexism, racism and all-round witless stupidity.

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the show is gust busting funny some people might not get it because they are expecting nasty humour like little Britain or the office but this comedy goes beyond stereotypes i hope they keep all the characters for the next show because we all need grown up humor every now and then.

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