Revolution, Murder and Traffic wardens Part 2. In part two, Mike knows the life of a revolutionary is complicated, and often involves going “off grid,” but this doesn’t usually involve enrolling in Traffic School or chatting your teacher up. Now the bodies are piling up and a mystery caller has begun leaving messages, but are they friend or foe? And can the gang cut it as they become what they once hated?
Revolution is in the air and Mike is at the helm to overthrow the mighty traffic wardens. With a (slightly reluctant) team behind him, how can Mike lose? But someone else seems to have the traffic wardens in their sights and murder in mind. Can Mike, Alex, Rupert and Mr Halliday the local butcher find out who’s trying to sabotage their revolution/campaign? And what’s this Warden Welfare support group that keeps popping up everywhere?
Comedy. Andy never has relationships longer than ten days, then he meets Emma, trainee marriage counsellor. Do opposites ever attract? Can the man who never dates, date? And how does the psychologist get together with someone who declares psychology to be the dark art? Written by Jon Baker.
An ageing, glamorous film star falls in love with a younger man. Now, past her cast-by- date, she agrees to play Lear as a woman simply so she can act once again.
Throughout rehearsals, she is confronted by the men in her life – two ex-husbands, two sons and her younger lover. Her only real constant is her relationship with her long time female dresser. Written by T.N Murari and starring Jenny Runacre.
Battle Cries. Audio Drama inspired by the Arab Spring of 2011. Jane Downs has written from a woman’s perspective on the Arab Spring, referencing the traditional tribal poetry of pre-Islamic Arabia. Featuring extracts from the Mu’allaqat of Antara – a poem embroidered on a cloth of gold and publicly displayed in Mecca in the 7th century.