Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.moreless
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