Peter Cook died in 1995.
The BBC proved it had shed its conservative skin last night, electing to broadcast a previously unaired comedy clip, that
Jonathan is also half of comedy duo Teakshow. But, as well as the comedy streak running through him there is an entrepreneurial streak.
It is a surprise, and rather a pleasant one, that The Establishment club is to make a muted return to Soho over 50 years
Aside from getting confused about how anyone can listen to more than three dubstep tracks in a row without feeling like they need a shit, I am wary of criticising anything or pretending that it was much better in my day.
Peter Cook - who would have been 75 this year - was one of the brightest stars in a constellation of comedic talent that emerged from the Oxbridge tradition and revolutionised humour in the 1960s.