There was a heroic bus driver, and his name was Kim Fat Goo. He drove his bus through puddles. He drove it straight and true, though he swerved if he saw a duck or a pig or an infant human tiny or a succubus or an incubus as he steered towards the briny. He drove his bus across Pointy Town, heading for the sea. At the beach he stopped to let passengers off and he drank a flask of tea. Oh, Kim Fat Goo he drained his flask and he tipped the dregs in the sand, and he idled awhile on the promenade and he watched a spaceship land.
Out poured a gaggle of alien beings with flippers and antennae and claws and flagrant disregard for the rubric of Pointy Town laws.
- The Heroic Bus Driver Of Pointy Town
- The Ebbing Away Of The Age Of Gilded Tin Baths
- A Weekend With An Owl God
- Aztec Fundamentalism
- The Central Lever
- Old Halob : A Biographical Note
- Exciting Gruel Recipe Quiz
- Quotation from The Song Of The Cakes by Nat Schakner & Arthur L. Zagat
This episode of Hooting Yard was first broadcast on the 28th February 2007. A complete transcript of this episode can be found on Frank Key’s Hooting Yard website, and the perfect Hooting Yard On The Air companion Befuddled By Cormorants is available for purchase. Photo by Frank Riva.