Bing Selfish: Show #6

The Bing Selfish Radio Show – “All Australians must now walk backwards! Failure to do so will result in re-education!” proclaims the Selfish overlord’s prolefeed.The Bing Selfish Radio Show is a six part radio comedy set in the world of tomorrow, which is amost not quite as dystopian as today. A cult (of personality) comedy, replete with acid cynicism, barbed sketches, pithy musical vignettes and the crazed newspeak dictat of a perverse demigogue.

12 thoughts on “Bing Selfish: Show #6

  1. Josh Terton

    We want #7!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    and #8!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    and #9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Bing duh man, him heap big genius

  2. Rodger Skimmer

    Oh my, this just gets better and better. Mr Selfish’s urbane wit and sophisticated humour has no equal anywhere.

  3. Mingo Johnny

    Oh yeah, there have to be more Bingmen out there. And more Bingwomen, and Bing babies and Bingpoliticians, and Bingpolicemen. Radio Resonance, get you act sorted out or we´ll be sending round the Selfish Guard to sortcha out

  4. jotaladrador

    This takes the biscuit. How can you put this rubbish on the air? I’ve never been so bored as I was whilst listening to the whole of the six episodes of the Bing Selfish Radio Show. When I was through I had to listen to them all again just to make sure that I wasn’t mistaken and that this really was the most absurd, pathetic waste of time ever. I trust Mr Selfish will be burnt, promptly, at the stake.

  5. Jeff

    Oh, yeah, Mr Bing Fucking Selfish, more like being bloody selfish, I’d say. Don’t you care that Murdoch owns Myspace???????

  6. Dwight Rarebit

    Mr selfish takes us to places where we’d otherwise never venture. For that alone he deserves our respect and love. And if he is a slimy, hipocritical, southern pansy, who cares? No one’s listening anyway

  7. Evelyn Warmerchant

    Mr Selfish’s world will never fade. Even now, as we stand at the brink of the apocalypse, Mr Selfish transports us to a blah blah blah blah

  8. Haydn Waugh

    I knew young Bing when he was no more than this high.
    Little did we know then, as we do, for better or for worse, now, that all this, some day, would be his.

  9. morecommasthanben

    So, even now, after trying, with no little desperation, to find the radio resonance podcasts of #s 7, 8, 9, 10A, I have come up with, to put it bluntly, a big blank. Mr E.Baxter, what the devil are you playing at????

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