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Things Could Be Worse – The Visit (1/3)


Things Could Be Worse – The Visit (1/3) Broadcast for 13 episodes on BBC Radio 2 in 1976. This series was rather unusual for Harry Worth as it has a very surreal humour not unlike a lot of 50s radio comedies. Harry Worth (born Harry Illingsworth, 20 November 1917 in Tankersley, South Yorkshire, died 20 July 1989 Hertfordshire) was an English comedy actor and comedian. His standard performance was as a genial, bumbling middle-class and middle-aged man from the North of England, who reduced all who came into contact with him to a state of confusion and frustration. Harry Worth was the youngest of eleven children of a miner. When he was only five months old his father died from injuries resulting from an industrial accident. He left school at 14 and was himself a miner for eight years before joining the RAF. As a teenager he was in the Tankersley Amateur Dramatic Society and taught himself ventriloquism, buying his first dummy in 1936. He toured for two years with Laurel and Hardy towards the end of their careers. Oliver Hardy persuaded him to drop the ventriloquist routine and concentrate on becoming a comedian which he then did. He did, however, continue to include the vent act in his cabaret act through his career.

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