Inner-City Sumo, A Partridge Among The Pigeons, Youth Hosteling with Chris Eubank, Monkey Tennis…
Alan Partridge’s ill-fated pitch-fest to BBC commissioning editor Tony Hayers couldn’t save the Norwich DJ’s TV career, but in the years since that classic comedy scene many of Partridge’s eccentric ideas have happened for real.
Now Twitter is picking up the baton and running with it. Hilarious new feed @PartridgeIdeas is simple but devastatingly effective – show Alan, dictaphone in hand reciting his latest cracking concept, next to a real-life terrible TV show.
Frankly, it’s the funniest Partridge-based social feed we’ve seen since Political Partridge.
Don’t believe us? Treat yourself to the five crackers then head over to the@PartridgeIdeas feed to see them all.
Dogs on the Dole
Lynn, message from Alan. Something to pitch to Tony Hayers at BBC lunch… pic.twitter.com/jTTiKJDPsG
— Alan's Dictaphone (@PartridgeIdeas) May 29, 2016
How to Eat Oysters with Peter Shilton
— Alan's Dictaphone (@PartridgeIdeas) July 19, 2016
Ross Kemp: The Fight Against Isis
Ross Kemp vs ISIS pic.twitter.com/SQWLJjvPV8
— Alan's Dictaphone (@PartridgeIdeas) July 10, 2016
Do We Really Need the Moon?
— Alan's Dictaphone (@PartridgeIdeas) July 2, 2016
Dogs on Death Row
Dogs on Death Row with @professorgreen
— Alan's Dictaphone (@PartridgeIdeas) June 28, 2016