When a knight in shining armour refuses to rescue a princess from a tall tower, he unleashes an unusual sequence of events and ends up going on the strangest quest of his life. Studio Senseless presents “Refusal”. Featuring the voices of Brian Luff & Georgina Sowerby. Directed by Brian Luff. Duration 12 mins.
Lt. Gladys buys a load of second-hand tapestries and Captain Monster says the best way to sell them is to use the ship’s time machine to go back to Tudor times. But Alta Vista is accused of being a witch and Hooter gets into trouble for wearing the wrong hat. Extended episode.
Hooter brings a small ugly alien onto the sheep, and it turns into a swan. Soon, the ship is filled with thousands of swans and Monster’s solution is to go into the swan business and try and sell them. Duration 08:36
Award nominee, Best Animated Short, Paris Film Festival, 2021. When a knight in shining armour refuses to rescue a princess from a tall tower, he unleashes an unusual sequence of events and ends up going on the strangest quest of his life. Meanwhile the castle’s servants set off on a quest of their own to help restore the knight to his former greatness. There are also evil flying giraffes dressed as monkeys. Written and directed by Brian Luff.
Scientists announced today that Wales is actually slightly smaller than was previously thought, making thousands of geographical and meteorological comparisons redundant.
One scientist told the Daily Chronicle, “For many years we have been comparing areas or events of a particular size to ‘the size of Wales’, but that statement now turns out to be completely inaccurate.”
“We now know that Wales is actually 46 square metres smaller than was previously believed, so any comparison we’ve previously published will have to be retracted, re-written and re-published.”
Traditionally, newspaper readers have always known how big something is by comparing it to a double-decker bus, a football pitch, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, Wembley Stadium or Wales. All this will have to change now.
Matt Hancock’s brain is the size of a baked bean.