|01||Home Alone||20130430||20170306 (BBC7)|
By Rose Heiney.
Daisy Haggard stars as a hostess desperate to throw the most sophisticated New Year's Eve dinner party ever. If she can get this right then perhaps the rest of her new year will be equally successful. But despite her meticulous planning, things go a bit pear-shaped. And pears aren't even on the menu.
Lucy... Daisy Haggard
Man... Ben Crowe
Beth... Phillipa Stanton
Jessica... Hannah Wood
Estate Agent... Michael Shelford
Mum... Joanna Brookes
Marcus... Will Howard
Director... Helen Perry
Actress Daisy Haggard is best known for her comedy roles in TV series 'Psychoville,' and 'Episodes'.
Rose Heiney won the 4Talent Award for Best New Comedy Writer in 2008 and was a Broadcast Hotshot in 2009. She writes for Channel 4's Fresh Meat and her first novel, The Days of Judy B, was nominated for The Times/South Bank Show Breakthrough Award and is currently being adapted by Rose for TV.
Daisy Haggard stars as a hostess desperate to throw the most sophisticated New Year's Eve dinner party ever.
If she can get this right then perhaps the rest of her new year will be equally successful. But despite her meticulous planning, things go a bit pear-shaped. And pears aren't even on the menu.
Stars Daisy Haggard as Lucy, Ben Crowe as Man, Phillipa Stanton as Beth, Hannah Wood as Jessica, and Michael Shelford as the Estate Agent.
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2013.
Lucy is eager to throw a sophisticated New Year's Eve party.
Lucy is eager to throw a sophisticated New Year's Eve party. But things go horribly, horribly wrong. Stars Daisy Haggard.
|02||The Food Of Love||20130507||20170220 (BBC7)|
New comedy by Mark Evans.
Fantasy and food collide when Natasha's search for romance results in a rather strange dinner party. Her guests are happy to dish out plenty of advice, but how much can a brutal, blood thirsty totalitarian dictator really know about love?
Natasha... Katherine Parkinson
Stalin... Ewan Bailey
Ghandi... Adeel Akhtar
Elizabeth 1... Joanna Brookes
Marie-Curie... Phillipa Stanton
Steve... Michael Shelford
Director - Helen Perry
Katherine Parkinson stars as unlucky -in-love Natasha. Katherine is best known for playing Jen Barber in the Channel 4 series The IT Crowd. She has also appeared in Doc Martin and films The Boat That Rocked and How to Lose Friends and Alienate People.
Mark Evans' TV credits include award winning That Mitchell and Webb Look, Comedy Nation and BAFTA nominated Sorry,I've Got No Head. For Radio 4's Mark's written Bleak Expectations and That Mitchell and Webb Sound amongst many others series.
Natasha's love life is in disarray. Can her extraordinary dinner party guests really help?
By Mark Evans: Natasha's love life is in disarray. Can her extraordinary dinner party guests really help? From May 2013.
|03||Flying The Nest||20130514||20170213 (BBC7)|
New comedy by Alice Birch.
Ed and Annie are planning a special dinner for their two children. They've spent hours preparing, created the right kind of ambience and have carefully chosen the menu. After all, the family that eats together stays together. But tonight there might just be a few surprises on the kitchen table.
Ed... John Henshaw
Annie... Mary Jo Randle
Charlotte... Kate O'Flynn
Sam... Alex Carter
Felix... Will Howard
Jack... Paul Stonehouse
Director - Helen Perry
Alice Birch is a new young writer, part of the Royal Court Super Group and a graduate of their Young Writers Programme. Her play, Many Moons, was a finalist for the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Her other work includes Life for Beginners at Theatre 503 and the 24 Hour Plays for the Old Vic New Voices.
Comedy by Alice Birch. An unhappy family mealtime with plenty of surprises on the table.
By Alice Birch. 4 Extra Debut. Ed and Annie's plan for a very special family dinner goes out of the window. Stars John Henshaw and Mary Jo Randle. From May 2013.
|04 LAST||Grazing||20130521||20170227 (BBC7)|
Comedy by Sophie Woolley.
Both Rod and Nadia need to revolutionise their lives. He's job-less and she's in love limbo. Health guru Leone promises to transform them from the inside out with a drastic diet. But she might just turn their lives upside down instead.
Leone - Sally Phillips
Nadia - Lucinda Raikes
Rod - Ben Crowe
Director - Helen Perry
Sally Phillips is best known for the award-winning comedy sketch show 'Smack the Pony', which she wrote and in which she co-starred, and for her role in the Bridget Jones films, along with long running Radio 4 series 'Clare in the Community'.
Sophie Wooley is a performer and writer whose Radio 4 credits include 'Carbon Cleansing', 'When to Run' and the London Nights Season. Sophie also wrote the critically acclaimed stage play Fight Face, featuring pioneering subtitles and animations for both deaf and hearing audiences. Sophie played the lead role of Gabby in Channel 4's Cast Offs; which was nominated for a ROSE D'OR. Sophie has been writing/performing her own internet series Deaf Faker.
By Sophie Woolley. Sally Phillips stars as a life guru combining diet and disaster.
By Sophie Woolley. Lifestyle guru Leone's promised dietary advice requires a health warning for Rod and Nadia. Stars Sally Phillips. From May 2013.