Narrated by Alfie Moore6 hr
Ever wondered what sort of a police officer you might make?
Alfie Moore spent eighteen years on the Humberside police force before turning to stand-up comedy. In each episode of this live stand up show, he takes his audience through a scenario based on a real life case, and tasks them with deciding how they would have acted in the circumstances.
From drink driving to a missing gnome, road traffic collisions to the tricky subject of Stop and Search, not to mention a case in which you must imagine what it would be like if Bruce Lee came from Scunthorpe and had been hammering the kebabs for twenty years...
Along the way Alfie spills the beans on what it's really like to be one of Britain's finest, tells us some great anecdotes about law breakers and makers that he's come across and gets his audience to divulge secrets about their own, sometimes less than strictly law-abiding lives.
"Genuinely funny, sharp observational comedy....deftly done" - Chortle
"Brilliantly funny, genuinely hilarious" - David Mitchell
"A large dash of police gallows humour" - The Telegraph
"Offbeat, revealing and very funny" - Daily Mail
"A very funny man" - Rhod Gilbert
1: Duncan Driver
2: Peaceful Protest
3: Ethel's Day Out
1: Gobby Nobby
2: An Englishman’s Home
3: Trevor the Twoc’er
4: Spliffhanger (or Searching Question)
5: Help, I’m Being Harassed
6: Property Predicament
1: Barry the Burglar
2: Punching Judy
3: Cedric the Gnome
4: Collision Decision
Written and performed by Alfie Moore
Produced by Alison Vernon-Smith
Learn proven steps and strategies on how to start your ham radio and get a license to operate your radio!
Operating a ham radio is fun, and most people's interest in amateur radios are driven by the fun aspect of it. Aside from the excitement, amateur radio could be very helpful in emergency situations, especially when other services are unavailable. A typical example of an emergency case is the 1992 Hurricane Andrew that hit South Florida. It destroyed the common means of communication; its antennas, utility grid, and cellular networks were all destroyed leaving victims almost helpless. At that time, amateur radio was the only source of communication and some payphones that were connected with underground lines. They are also used for many other community services.
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