Wednesday, November 10, 2021

November 2021 - Updated Update

I will be appearing on this week's episode of The Now Show talking about the UK's relationship with France and finding out how 1980s kids TV covered the building of the channel tunnel (the answer, it turns out, is "extensively"). The show will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 6.30pm on Friday 12th November and will also be available as a podcast and on BBC Sounds.

Beena And Amrit is a sitcom pilot starring Meera Syal and Priya Hall, released as part of BBC Wales' Festival Of Funny. It is written by Priya Hall and Sarah Breese, I acted as script editor and it's available now on BBC iPlayer. It's only 10 minutes long too, so you may as well give it a go. You'll spend more time than that choosing what to watch next on Netflix.

And The Xennial Dome podcast (of interest to anyone born between 1977 and 1985) is still available. It's presented by Esyllt Sears and I with new episodes released every Tuesday - all of which are available in the playlist below as well as wherever you get your podcasts

Look at that list of people. Honestly, what a bunch of bloody legends. And don't forget, you can get in touch on Twitter, Instagram and, bafflingly, MySpace.

And here's some other things... 

 

Thursday, November 4, 2021

November 2021 - Update

As part of their Festival Of Funny, BBC One Wales will be broadcasting Beena And Amrit - a sitcom pilot written by Priya Hall and Sarah Breese. I script edited the pilot, starring Meera Syal and Priya Hall, which will be broadcast on BBC One Wales at 11.05pm on Monday 8th November and will then be available on iPlayer after that.

And The Xennial Dome podcast (of interest to anyone born between 1977 and 1985) is still available. It's presented by Esyllt Sears and I with new episodes released every Tuesday - all of which are available in the playlist below as well as wherever you get your podcasts

Look at that list of people. Honestly, what a bunch of bloody legends. And don't forget, you can get in touch on Twitter, Instagram and, bafflingly, MySpace.

And here's some other things...