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They became increasingly more smutty as the years progressed. However, Mr Joslin was a regular contributor before he started the Janet and John series, having first become a fan when he started listening to Wogan in the late 90s while driving his company car. Even if it had been tipping down with torrential rain and people had stopped him in the street for an autograph, he would wait there patiently while they were searching in their bag for a camera.
Janet and John
Janet and John are the main characters in a series of reading books for children aged 4—7 years. Originally, these books were based on a series published by Row Peterson and Company as the Alice and Jerry books in the United States. The Janet and John books used the same artwork as the Alice and Jerry books but completely new text was written by Munro, originally a New Zealander. Also in a New Zealand series of seven books was released by Nisbet and used as a textbook in New Zealand primary schools. The books became hugely popular and influential in the teaching of schoolchildren throughout the s and s.
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Fans of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio series will be familiar with John Marsh, the announcer who introduced episodes from the very first series up to and including 's Hexagonal Phase. As well as introducing each episode he has frequently got the last laugh, speaking the very last line such as.
Janet and John is the title of a series of early reading books for children, originally published in the UK by James Nisbet and Co in four volumes in — It was one of the first series making use of the "look and say" approach to early reading. Further books were added later, and the series became hugely popular in the s and 60s, both in the UK and in New Zealand. By the s the books were considered to be outdated, and several updated versions were issued. Facsimiles of two of the original volumes were reprinted in to cater for the nostalgia market.