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The Chaser Annual 2008

The Chaser Annual 2008

The Chaser

You’ve seen them cover the election, you’ve watched their prime-time TV show, you may even have chanced a ticket to their hugely successful all-singing, all-dancing variety show which recently toured nationally. But you still want more of The Chaser. Which is why you need The Chaser Annual 2008. In these pages, you can delight in the unique comedy which has made The Chaser a national institution. This is where they cut their razor-sharp satirical teeth—in good old-fashined print.

Relive all the big news stories and hot issues of 2008, as the insightful, outrageous Chaser team walk you through the memories. This fully illustrated bumper annual includes some of the best political cartoons of the year by Andrew Weldon and Fiona Katauskas. You will be shocked, amused, educated, shocked again, and thoroughly entertained.

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The Chaser was founded in 1999 as a fortnightly satirical newspaper produced out of a spare bedroom by a group of four university friends. From those humble beginnings, the Chaser team has gone on to produce cutting-edge satire in all media, including print, online, radio, television and Christmas crackers. Now a household name, their hilarious...

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160 pp
Text publication date:
27 October 2008
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Praise for The Chaser
andThe Chaser Annual 2008

‘The best embittered rewriting of history since I read my own memoirs.’

‘Yes, the font in this book is black. But let’s not make an issue out of it.’

‘F***ing shite.’

‘Finally – a book out for Christmas that’s not written by me.’

‘That last gag was f***ing shite too!’