This original drama centres on main protagonist Zoe (Fay Downie) and the disturbing Kerry (Lexy Howe). Each week Zoe treats herself to a relaxing sauna, until one fateful evening she meets Kerry, a woman more obsessed with celebrity life than her own, and that relaxation is thrown into turmoil. Kerry is harbouring a dark secret but will it force Zoe to face truths of her own?
Recorded by an all female cast in honour of International Women’s Day, Sweatbox is a darkly comic look at society’s fascination with celebrity.
Radio Hoo Hah. Audio sketch show. A Radio Four spoof from Mackenzie & McGuire. Described as French and Saunders for the facebook generation. On Radio Hoo Hah today: In My Mind delves into the thoughts of Leonora Velvety Constable-Wheeler, and her passion for Pugs, Shakespeare and taking her clothes off when she totally doesn’t realise. Popular soap opera The Burgers has a few surprises in store this week when Mrs White slips on some conditioner in the hairdressers, and What’s New has an exclusive look into Dorothy Ahlwhala’s latest novel “Raspberry Ripple, Iron Hoof”.
Iris hadn’t clapped eyes on Jerry, the eighteen year old boy who’d swept her off her feet in 1966 for forty-three years – until a chance meeting at a funeral. Both are now widowed, but will the course of Autumnal love run smooth?
Gentle comedy drama starring Josephine Tewson (Keeping up Appearances), Hazel Douglas (Harry Potter) and Hugh Walters (Doctor Who).
Comedy. Ladies was inspired by the very real and very fraught campaign at the turn of the 20th Century to build a ladies’ loo just outside Camden Town tube. Restricted toilet facilities for women were causing social, political and economic problems. Starring Alison Steadman and Rachel Atkins, and recorded live, this is an enjoyable fictionalised account of the real battle for a ladies’ loo in London.