Perrier nominee and cult comedy character created by Graham in 1986.
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A Man With No More Rolls
"Sheffield's finest synthesizer player and twaddle talker" (Daily Telegraph) decides it's time to instruct the Nation in moral matters. Well, he would have done - had nextdoor neighbour and sole agent, Ken Worthington not mistyped the show's title, turning "morals" into "more rolls" John's reaction to this mishap is philosophical. At least now his new show can consider - not just the Nation's moral decline - but the vast range of exotic breads appearing in the high street, as the humble roll fades into obscurity. Paninis, ciabattas, pittas, plus the peshwari naan which John recently enjoyed a bite of ("It absolutely blew me away"), inspiring his exciting new ballad "How's your nan?"