Yes, he’s back. Sorry it’s been a few weeks: the technical team took a well-earned holiday. (Which poses a deep philosophical question: Does Mr Nellist still exist if there’s no one there to film him? Erm… yes, probably.)
And we have a new camera – which means you can now experience Nellibobs in HD! (“Highly Distinguished”.)
This week, after a good meal, Mr Nellist shares his thoughts on Never Let Me Go (2005), the most recent novel of Kazuo Ishiguro, a British author born in Japan in 1954 and best known for his Booker Prize-winning and Damn Good Film-spawning The Remains of the Day (1989).
He also contemplates cosmetic surgery and explains why he is still banned from all bus-stops in the Tranmere area…
If you’ve read the novel, please leave a comment and tell us what you thought of it. If you know someone else who’s read it, pass the video on to them. If neither of these statements applies, leave a comment anyway! Lurk no longer. We’d love to hear from you.