If a trailer is considered too rude to be up on a decent site, you can bet your arse backside it will be up on mine.
Nick Frost, I herewith forgive you the sock-incident.
We’re on the same sheet here.
And just to get into the mood for “The Boat That Rocked”:
“Back by popular demand, the award-winning Pirate BBC Essex returns to the airwaves this Easter (10-13 April) for a four-day broadcast.”
“The vessel’s bridge will be converted into a radio studio from where Pirate BBC Essex will broadcast on 729, 765 and 1530 MW and on bbc.co.uk/essex from 7am on Good Friday (10 April).”
“Thousands of sixties pirate radio fans will be able to get within a few feet of the fun and action.”
“The vessel that hosts the four-day broadcast is a star in its own right as it is featured in the new film The Boat That Rocked, written and directed by Richard Curtis and starring Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans and Kenneth Branagh.”