Actor and impressionist Jon Glover discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.
Jon Glover most recently appeared in the play Maggie and Ted, written by Michael McManus, about Ted Heath and Margaret Thatcher, providing forty voices, including Michael Heseltine, who attended one of the performances. He was previously a presenter on Playschool, impressionist on Radio 4’s Weekending and ITV’s Spitting Image, and portrayed Mr Cholmondeley Warner on Harry Enfield’s television series. He lives in Surrey with four Burmese cats and an endlessly patient wife.
2. The Yacobean Building by Alaa al Aswany https://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/27/books/review/Adams.t.html
3. Wodehouse’s World War Two broadcasts https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v27/n21/fatema-ahmed/no-snarling
4. The Schlumpf Collection https://sportscardigest.com/schlumpf-collection-profile-and-photo-gallery/
6. Classic radio comedy https://www.mislaidcomedyheroes.com/the-wonderful-wit-of-wireless