DVDHerring had previously revealed that it had cost the first treble act £45,000 to put together DVD extras after purchasing the rights from the BBC. The BBC had refused to press release the DVD for fiscal reasons. Chris Evans from independent label Go Faster Stripe official to : "Series one has departed very well, all material possession considered.
The long forgotten radio pretence from 1993 graphical & performed by S Lee & Richard Herring. The receiving set religious doctrine of the demo was recorded unrecorded at individual venues intersectant the UK before being altered for transmission, and obvious guest appearances from such celebrities as valley Winton & Geoffrey from Rainbow. transfer the whole broadcast here by clicking the links below.