Thursday, 21 May 2009

Pigs n Spivs

BBC Radio has just aired a repeat of the Pigs N Spivs episode of Hut 33. I remember this episode rather fondly. Having a pig around the place struck me as a funny thing - not least because they make a wonderful noise. Having something that sounds good on Radio is, as you can imagine, no small thing for a radio comedy. Anyway, I wrote something about this episode back in June that you can find here. And there's a link to the iPlayer to hear the episode here.

Friday, 15 May 2009

Hut 33 - Repeated

Listen to the first episode of Series 2 on BBC iPlayer here. Read more background info here.

You can also hear a repeat of my other show, Think the Unthinkable, on BBC7, also on the iPlayer.

Tuesday, 12 May 2009

Stephen Fry at Bletchley

Technophile and philologist, Stephen Fry, has been inspecting Bletchley Park. Read all about it here.

Saturday, 9 May 2009

Hut 33 - Series Two repeat!

Here's something exciting (at least it is in my world):

Series 2 of Hut 33 is being given another airing - this time at 6.30pm. On Thursdays on BBC Radio 4 beginning with Episode 1, presumably, about which more has been written here.

The recording for Series 3 on May 25th - is apparently sold out (Well, not sold out exactly, since no money changes hands (and that includes the writer the way the contracts are going at the moment...) But it is fully booked. Sorry.) More recordings to be announced in due course.

Most Popular

Here's a nice thing. Today, Think the Unthinkable is currently the most popular show on BBC7 on iPlayer. In particular Episode 4 of Series 2. Listen here.

Monday, 4 May 2009

Think the Unthinkable

There is a repeat of a previous sitcom what I wrote called Think The Unthinkable - starring Marcus Brigstocke, David Mitchell and Catherine Shepherd. Series 2 in on BBC7 at the mo. Listen to an ep here.

Friday, 1 May 2009

Crossword Ends in Violence (5)

For a limited period, the entirety of my novel, Crossword Ends in Violence (5) is available for free as a download. So you can print it out (c. 116 pages of A5 (two pages per a4 page)). And you can read the whole thing. Or you can order it via Lulu as before. Just go here.