it wasn't a pisstake like Tony Hancock's 'The Radio Ham'..that one still causes us 'hams' to shudder.. but the idea of diferent weight hankies, hankie scars, Dorchester Airport carbon fibre staves and some 'carry-on' lines like 'do you like my muff?' or 'Police Squad' lines 'will it affect the Status Quo... I don't know about them...'. ' what do all the (dance) names mean.?. -dammed if I know !' plus there's the head of the Morris Circle being German after extolling everything English, then there's the 'Wookies Hole'(Although Wookey Hole isn't in Dorset) cider , although I'm not sure if Onan's revenge is a pick-you-up, or 'keep-you-down....!
True, no musicians and very little real dancing... but a happy ending!
good luck with the threeple damson and keep those bells tuned!