Toby explains why the grizzly mystery of Lord Lucan still holds its appeal, despite disappearing forty years ago. He recommends this documentary, which explores all the unexplainable details and the myriad of conspiracy theories which have sprung up. It also looks at his privileged living and the rarified existence he had. It airs tomorrow at 9pm on London Live.
Brian Pern, who claims to have “invented world music” and been “the first musician to use plasticine in music videos” stars in this amusing spoof rock n’ roll series. A Life of Rock is fictional
Brian’s take on rock, Christmas and… well, the underworld, among other things.
This week on River Cottage, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall takes the full English breakfast to task and suggests his healthier alternative. Is there room for another, given we all have 27,000 breakfasts during our life?
Toby also takes a look at Marco Polo, the huge new drama arriving on Netflix this Friday. The only word Toby really has for it is “massive”.