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Partridge returns

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The man who guarantees “music and chat for the North Norfolk generation” returns with more episodes of Mid-Morning Matters to make life seem worthwhile again.

After his much-heralded return became an instant hit last year, with easily quotable "banter", Fosters went about bringing the light entertainment legend to our laptop screens for a second time.

The last series saw Partridge call Billie Piper “the most popular prostitute on ITV” and blame Bernard Matthews for the “largest ornithological genocide of recent times”, so we can at least hope for half of that brilliance this time round. There'll be five more 15-minuters on the way after this first instalment, which you can watch below.

If you're craving more Partridge then you can read our interview with the man/God himself here plus check out his best moments here.

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