Ian McMillan hosts weekly hit radio show The Verb on R3. He’s Yorkshire Planetarium’s Poet in Space, poet-in-residence for the Academy of Urbanism and Barnsley FC, Humberside Police’s Beat Poet, Yorkshire TV’s Investigative Poet, writes a monthly column in Dalesman (illustrated by Tony Husband) and has been a regular on Newsnight Review, The Mark Radcliffe Show, The Today Programme, You & Yours, Any Questions, Quote Unquote, Just A Minute and Have I Got News For You? His rip-roaring poetry shows are legendary. “One of my all-time heroes — he’s such a talented bloke, I could kill him.” Mike Harding Tony Husband (cartoonist/illustrator), “legendary Private Eye cartoonist” (PR Weekly), has been awarded Strip, Gag & Sports Cartoonist of the Year no fewer than ten times by the Cartoon Arts Trust. For his depiction of British life, he won the 2005 Pont Award given in memory of the great 1930s cartoonist. His new book is The World’s Worst Joke. His cartoons appear regularly in The Times, Sunday Express, Golf International, the Oldie, Private Eye, the Spectator, Nursing Standard, TES, the Prescriber, Playboy and Punch. “Tony Husband is even funnier than me.” Griff Rhys Jones
Yorkshire Humour: Jokes, funny stories and humorous sayings compiled from "Dalesman" magazineby Ian McMillan
If you need any more proof, delve into Yorkshire Humour, a delightful
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Yorkshire folk are funny: it's a fact. If you need proof, go and stand in a bus queue or sit in a café with a bunch of them, take a walk along the high street or in the countryside, or go to a football match or the barber's shop. Funny things will be said — guaranteed.
If you need any more proof, delve into Yorkshire Humour, a delightful collection compiled by Ian McMillan from seventy years of Dalesman magazine and illustrated by award-winning cartoonist Tony Husband.
In these pages you will discover how Yorkshire's little tykes are always ready with an insightful comment or impossible-to-answer question. Jokes and stories have always brightened the working day, and Yorkshire folk at rest and play can find humour on days out, in the pub and even the church and chapel, not to mention the eternal 'battle of the sexes' and Yorkshire's opinion of the rest of the world (and Lancashire). And then there is the Yorkshire dialect, which seems purpose-built to express all those humorous observations.
Yorkshire folk have always been renowned for their wry, warm and homely outlook on life. Here in this ebook is the very best of Yorkshire humour, funny stories and amusing anecdotes.
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