Video: Count Arthur Strong’s Christmas message

The trilby hat-wearing mangler of words and BBC Two star reads a festive chapter from his autobiography


With all the excitement of presents, mince pies and drunken merriment, it's easy to forget the true meaning of Christmas. Thankfully, Count Arthur Strong – BBC Two's trilby hat-wearing mangler of words – hasn't forgotten why the festive season is here. So, to celebrate the release of his memoir, 'Through it All I've Always Laughed', he's recorded us this special Christmas message, in which he recites a very muddled version of the nativity story.

Buy Count Arthur Strong's autobiography 'Through it All I've Always Laughed'.

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