As showbiz coincidences go, this month is a pretty good one for FUBAR. Presenter from FUBAR’s Tuesday Round Up Doc Brown is currently appearing in the hit comedy Life on the Road and recent addition to the FUBAR line-up Noel Clarke stars in the gritty drama Brotherhood.
Noel Clarke co-presents the very exciting, honest and guest packed Back Row and Chill with Jahannah James every Friday from 4pm. A show which spins BBC Radio 4’s Front Row on it’s head by providing you with brutally sincere reviews of film, TV and culture. Not to forget the dirty games co-host Jahannah springs upon
Does Back Row and Chill sound like your cup of tea? Click here for more info. Or click here to jump straight to Episode 1.
With the theme of former gang members coming to terms with the ramifications of their decisions as teenagers, this film is emotional and intense but true to Noel’s character, includes unexpected antidotes of humour. BrOTHERHOOD was released just last week making a huge impact in the blockbuster world. Noel Clarke not only stars in the film but directed, produced and wrote it too. BrOTHERHOOD is the long anticipated end to ‘The Hood’ trilogy, following on from Kidulthood and Adulthood.
FUBAR’s Tuesday Round Up see’s Doc Brown and co-host Huw Joseph cover all the news, cultural events, and trending stories from the past 7 days. Doc brings the extra sparkle to the show by pulling through his musical talent. He really can rap about anything.
Like the sound of the Tuesdsay Round up? Click here for more info.
Ricky Gervais’ David Brent see’s Doc playing Dom Johnson, Brent’s band mate and overall right hand man. The film is set 15 years after the events of The Office, in which sales rep David Brent leaves paper merchant Wernham Hogg.
The film is a must see not just because it stars our lovely Doc Brown, but because The Office as a typically dry, British cult classic which is finally back in our lives.