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Our Urban Myths are stories that have been passed down over time and have now become part of urban folklore. But are they true? We take a slightly tongue in cheek, mischievous – and deliberately ambiguous – look at what might have happened...
Comedy about Marilyn Monroe's bust-up with Billy Wilder.
Original comedy telling the hilarious behind-the-scenes story of Live Aid, as Bob Geldof, Midge Ure, Elton John, Sade, Freddie Mercury, Status Quo and more cross paths.
This is the tale of Johnny Cash's dramatic run-in with a killer ostrich in a Nottingham hotel, much to the surprise of manager Jean.
Facilitated in suitably surreal fashion by Alice Cooper's agent Shep Gordon and Salvador Dali's wife Gala, this is the incredible "true story" of a fascinating and weird few days in 1970s New York between the artist and his new found muse; one which led to the creation an extraordinary work of art involving a chocolate éclair and a brain.
It's the swinging 60s and teenagers David Bowie and Marc Bolan are yet to hit the big time. In fact, such is their lack of success they are costing their manager Les Conn money. So in lieu of payment the two spend an afternoon painting Les's Soho office.
Comedy about Agatha Christie's mysterious 11 day disappearance in 1926, which gripped the nation and set off one of the biggest manhunts ever mounted. In desperation, Britain's most famous crime writers of the time, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Dorothy L. Sayers are drafted in to help the search.
Multimillionaire rap legends Public Enemy are stranded in an English town when their tour bus leaves without them, and are desperately trying to get to their gig in Sheffield. With time running out, their knight in shining armour arrives in the form of Kev, an unassuming local and huge fan.
The reimagined story behind The Sex Pistols' infamous appearance on Bill Grundy's show in 1976, a year before their legendary debut album Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols was released. The foul-mouthed encounter catapulted The Sex Pistols into the public eye and signalled the arrival of mainstream punk, while simultaneously destroying Grundy's career - and all because of a last minute cancellation by Freddie Mercury.
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