Three silly people and their world of in-jokes.
This Way Up: Episode 623/06/2017 Duración: 18min
Yes! You have been waiting, no doubt, a very long time for this and you have been waiting impatiently. Your foot has been tapping. You have looked at your watch so frequently that the numbers have been worn off its face. You have sighed pointledly to no avail. Well, wait no more, because it’s here: the season finale of This Way Up has just landed right in front of your ears. If you ask me it’s the best one of the whole series. Six episodes of this magnificent folly are now at an end, but there will be outtakes to follow for the fans to collect and put in a sticker book.
Episode 4: King William’s War05/06/2017 Duración: 09min
In this vastly delayed episode, Ian and Kev discuss: A small feud over Stock Aitken Waterman Annexing the Lake District Crumpets Onions
Episode 3: The Crystal Skulls24/03/2017 Duración: 09min
That’s right Episode 3 is here already, in this frankly wonderful installment Kev and Ian discuss: Zoup Chuck Norris selling Levis What to do with an abundance of crystal skulls The Book of Mormon Opening a discount retail store
Episode 2: Cheery Polar Bears17/02/2017 Duración: 09min
Hot on the heels from Episode 1 comes… you guessed it, Episode 2! In this episode, Kev and Ian discuss, amongst other things: The musical zeitgeist How to recognise a time travelling horse The future of breakfast cereal The economies of Chinese Manufacturing
This Way Up: Episode 508/02/2017 Duración: 18min
Traditionally in the UK, groundbreaking comedy has always been commissioned in series of six episodes. So it was for “Fawlty Towers”, so it was for “The Fast Show”, so it was for the revolutionary “Keeping Up Appearances”. This is how we know that we have another world-changing format on our hands. “This Way Up”, the incredible sketch comedy from Newcastle-based comedy chumps Ian and Roo, reaches its fifth episode and the fans must surely be feeling just a little anxious that there is only one episode to go before it vanishes from the airwaves forever. For now, though, let’s just be grateful for what we have, as we listen in to episode 5 of This Way Up, featuring the incredible sound of Ian rapping.