It keeps you on your toes," observes Parsons, who has also proved a big hit on such TV shows as Live At The Apollo, QI, The World's Most Dangerous Roads, Saturday Live and Channel 4's Comedy Gala at the 02.
What does WMDR stand for?
WMDR stands for World's Most Dangerous Road (La Paz, Bolivia)
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- Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East
- Wireless Medical Device Network
- Women's Management Development Network (UK)
- Waste Management Development Officer (UK)
- Weapons of Mass Destruction Office & Incident Management
- Weapons of Mass Destruction Operations Unit
- Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness Group (US NSC)
- World's Most Dangerous Places
- Weapon of Mass Destruction Proliferation Prevention Initiative
- West Midlands Digital Radio Ltd. (UK)
- Windows Media Digital Rights Management
- We Must Do Something
- Weighted Multi-Dimensional Scaling (analytical methodology)
- Westcoast Multicultural and Diversity Services (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- White Mountains Different Strokes
- Windows Media Data Session Toolkit (trademark of Microsoft, Inc.)
- Wartime Medical Decontamination Team (US Air Force)
- Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism
- West Mediterranean Deep Water (Gulf of Lion)
- Walsh Mechanical Engineering (Ireland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
World's Most Dangerous Roads (BBC2, 9pm) Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes take a road trip through the former Soviet republic of Georgia, from the border with Azerbaijan to the Black Sea.
WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS ROADS BBC Two, 9pm Twenty Twelve co-stars Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes may be experts at tickling the ribs on that show, but their road trip through the former Soviet republic of Georgia proves far more challenging.
World's Most Dangerous Roads (9pm) As the series draws to a close, Mary Whitehouse Experience veterans David Baddiel and Hugh Dennis, left, tackle Ethiopia's hazardous roads, and head for Aksum, the country's holiest place.
World's Most Dangerous Roads, BBC2, Sunday, 9pm 5 THE world's fastest man is coming to Birmingham soon, so we'd better find out more about him.
World's Most Dangerous Roads (BBC Two, tonight, 9pm) * If you're worried about the approaching nightmare of school holiday traffic, spare a moment to think of the plight faced by comedians Ed Byrne and Andy Parsons.
The town has also been spotlighted in episodes of America's Toughest Jobs and the BBC's World's Most Dangerous Roads.
The Motor Safari School in Bwlchgwyn, Wrexham, has years of experience tucked under its bonnet, more recently teaching comedians Rhod Gilbert and Greg Davies the skills for the BBC programme World's Most Dangerous Roads.