Walk on the Wild Side

, 3 January 2011
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Walk on the Wild Side is a BBC comedy show is very well known for their talking marmot who kept looking for Alan & Steve. The program has been on air since 2009 and as you can see it perfectly combines nature documentaries footage with amazing voiceovers…

Those of British comedians Jason Manford and Isy Suttie as well as many other celebrity appearances.

Fans are invited to submit their own voiceovers to four clips available on the BBC Comedy blog.

The rest of the series on their youtube playlist. Enjoy!

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