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Credit Card Baby 

A story that wonders if an egg donation is the same as a blood donation and if it's time to love the science of life a little more. Or just love a little more. With Helen Baxendale and Ciaran McMenamin.

BBC RADIO 4. 2015  

Pick Of the Week - "Wise and Sympathetic." Gillian Reynolds, Telegraph Review

Dusty Won't Play
 
In 1964 Dusty Springfield refused to play segregated audiences in South Africa. Annie Caulfield's BBC Radio 4 play dramatised what happened. With Charlie Brooks as Dusty with Jack Klaff, Vincent Ebrahim, Jonny Freeman and Rasmus Hardiker.
Dir. Marilyn Imrie. Producer Gordon Kennedy
Pick of the Week, R4, Telegraph and RT
An Absolutely Production for BBC Radio 4
 
TINNISWOOD AWARD RUNNER UP.    OPTIONED FOR FILM AND STAGE.
 
 
Glass Chair Chair Glass
 
One day in the 1970s Tommy Cooper meets Eugene Ionesco... BBC Radio 3 and Absolutely productions.
 
With Russ Abbot, Alan Cordunner, Harriet Walter, Hugh Ross and Emily Bruni.  A comedy about comedy. Directed by Marilyn Imrie. Produced by Gordon Kennedy 

"Performance from the soul."  Radio Times. Pick of the Week     

 I wrote this play   


Still The Same Paul

Lenny Henry was the lead in this BBC Radio 3 drama about actor and singer Paul Robeson.
 
"Just brilliant." The Spectator.
 
The play also featured Corey Johnson, Alex Lanipekun, Alibe Parsons and Adjoa Andoh.

On The Field
 
A series of dark comedy dramas about life among the Iraqi personel and soldiers on the Basra base during the Iraq War. BBC Radio 4

"A new high water mark in radio drama" Observer.

Your Only Man
 
Based on the life of Irish writer Flann O'Brien. Ninety minute comedy drama, BBC Radio 3, starring Dara O'Brian, Ardal O'Hanlan, Pauline McLynn, Dermot Crowley and Lloyd Hutchinson.
 
Absolutely Productions.


 

The Von Trapps And Me

The Sound Of Music story from the point of view of the jilted baroness. Was Maria really that nice? What was the true story about Captain Von Trapp?  What did the children think about it all?  With Helen Baxendale, Joanne Froggat and James Fleet. 

 "Deliciously wry." - Sunday Telegraph. 

Crafted the world's first dramatisation of Erica Jong's notorious novel Fear Of Flying.  The dramatisation had the most newspaper coverage of any BBC Radio Four drama, ever.