The Kipper Country Code

Humorous advice to those moving to the country, from the Kipper Family
from archive.org

The Kipper Family was a two-man parody English folk group, played by Chris Sugden (as Sid Kipper) and Dick Nudds (as his father Henry). The group performed as the Kipper Family throughout the 1980s and released several cult albums. Partly parodying the Copper Family, they performed their variations of traditional folk songs, with lyrics twisted to take in themes including cross-dressing, under-age sex, homosexuality at sea and the dissection of human cadavers.

In 2006, Sugden presented a series of podcasts for Channel 4 radio called The Kipper Country Code, as Sid Kipper.

  1. Food (Starters, Withers and Afters) (20.6Mb)
  2. What to Wear (Overwear, Underwear, Fumbling Free) (20.1Mb)
  3. Country Pursuits (View Hallo, and Tally Hi-De-Ho) (20.4Mb)
  4. Courting (The Wit to Woo) (20.5Mb)
  5. Law and Order (Crimes and Misty Minors) (20.9Mb)
  6. Livestock (Absolute Swine, and Other Relatives) (21Mb)

MP3 files hosted by archive.org.