Mike Myers and I did sketches based on our love of cartoons, B-movies and bad TV, playing, variously, inhabitants of a midwest town threatened by aliens, coal miners, Mounties with 24 hours leave in London and all the exhibits on our own home-made fairground ghost train/haunted house.
We even made our own super-8 movie, for which we 'dubbed live' all the sound and dialogue.
We toured all round the UK, ending up with a sell-out season at the Edinburgh Festival before Mike returned to Toronto, where we revived the show a few years later.
We first did this on Paul Merton's BBC Radio 4 "Big Fun Show". Basically I just said "Hello I'm Timmy Timid" a lot while Tony (Timid) tried to take humorous looks at things like Gardening, Girls and Shopping.
HANCOCK & MULLARKEY
Nick Hancock and I did a double act in flared trousers and kipper ties, acting out our favourite 1970's TV Themes (Alias Smith & Jones, Ironside, Kojak, Black Beauty, Animal Magic, Hawaii-5-0, Tales of the Unexpected, Dad's Army and many others) and announcing our political movement - the Go With Noakes campaign, celebrating our hero, John Noakes of Blue Peter. Here's a clip: