Full-length stand-up comedy routine from Blackpool, recorded in 2000, which might just contain the phrase 'GARLIC BREAD?' The acclaimed funnyman takes on a variety of comical roles from his often bizarre childhood and debates aspects of his family life. Among those up for ridicule are dinner ladies, coach drivers and bingo callers.
Peter Kay Live at the Top of The Tower. Channel 4: 9.00pm
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