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  1. On the Hour - s01e01 (1991)

    Just…trust me. Seriously.

    I aspire to this. Hundred percent.

    On the Hour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    As in much of Morris’s work, surrealism was an important part of the programme, the nonsense in the content (“De-frocked cleric eats car park”, “Borrowed dog finds Scotland”, etc.) delivered in the same straight-faced manner with which contemporary news stories are dealt, and it has often been quoted that Morris’s initial intention was indeed to show how the public would believe anything if it was delivered with a straight-face. It did fool many people, with some listeners ringing in to complain about how the anchor treated his guests. The programme also utilised editing of out-of-context sound-clips and prank phone calls, heightening its surreal quality.

    [cf. Brass Eye]