The call itself, which was originally released on the series in 2011, is a bit of a rollercoaster ride and to cut a long story short it involves a worried farmer, a hen that has been hypnotised for more than a day and a child of Prague statue.
The clip which has been viewed more than 2 million times since resurfacing on Twitter was shared by journalist Paul O'Kane who wrote: "This is one of the funniest pieces of live radio you’ll ever hear. And the animation adds an extra layer."
Give it a watch and we're sure you'll agree with him.
\u201cThis is one of the funniest pieces of live radio you\u2019ll ever hear. And the animation adds an extra layer. #Radio #GerryAnderson\u201d
Flickerpix Animation have since tweeted to thank everyone for enjoying their work all over again. They wrote: "Unbelievable that an episode from our 'On the Air' has had over 2 million views in the last 2 days! But it shouldn't be a surprise considering how funny the original audio content was with the hilarious (REAL) caller, encouraged by the impeccable wit of Gerry Anderson!"
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