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City boy Andy has come to his uncle's seaside home in search of a stress-free life.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Welcome to Flamford, the setting for this sitcom starring Philip Jackson, Tom Palmer and Alison Steadman.

Andy Chambers - edgy, sharp-tongued City burn-out - has fled London for his Uncle Jeff's seaside home. When we meet him, all Andy wants to do is sleep, but Jeff is having none of it.

Jeff gets Andy out of bed and gives him breakfast with the promise of an interesting surprise which is safely stowed in the shed. He suddenly realises his keys are missing - his friend Fat Sid borrowed the keys three years ago and hasn't given them back. Jeff leads Andy on a quest around Flamford for Fat Sid and the missing keys.

On their Odyssey they encounter Fish Shop Frank and his outré selection of fish, Pest Control Officer Corinne with whom Jeff has an "understanding", and finally Fat Sid himself in an unexpected new role.

Andy Chambers.... Tom Palmer
Jeff.... Philip Jackson
Fish Shop Frank.... Mark Benton
Pest Control Officer Corinne.... Alison Steadman

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie

Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in May 2016.

Welcome to Flamford, the setting for a comedy series starring Philip Jackson, Tom Palmer and Alison Steadman.

In this first episode, Andy Chambers (Tom Palmer) - edgy, sharp-tongued City burn-out - has fled London for his Uncle Jeff's (Philip Jackson) seaside home. When we meet him, all Andy wants to do is sleep, but Jeff is having none of it.

On their Odyssey they encounter Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) and his outré selection of fish, Pest Control Officer Corinne (Alison Steadman) with whom Jeff has an "understanding", and finally Fat Sid himself in an unexpected new role.

Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2016.

Welcome to Flamford, the setting for a new comedy series starring Philip Jackson, Tom Palmer and Alison Steadman.

On their Odyssey they encounter Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) and his outré selection of fish, Pest Control Officer Corinne (Alison Steadman) with whom Jeff has an ""understanding"", and finally Fat Sid himself in an unexpected new role.

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Andy and Jeff find an abandoned fridge and think their luck has changed.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Andy is beginning to settle in to the unusual seaside town of Flamford. When he and his Uncle Jeff find an abandoned fridge in the street, Jeff seizes the opportunity to teach his nephew the value of entrepreneurship.

Unfortunately, his plans are complicated by a particularly diligent and zealous Police Officer, a hard-nosed private landlord and Fish Shop Frank's refusal to see a business opportunity when it's sat on the pavement outside his chip shop.

Along the way, they meet a pair of half-hearted pirates, an eccentric plutocrat, Jeff's on-off paramour, Corinne and the youngest-sounding pub landlord in Britain.

Andy.... Tom Palmer
Jeff.... Philip Jackson
Frank.... Mark Benton
PC Clark.... Mark Benton
Corinne.... Alison Steadman
Joyce.... Alison Steadman
Morag.... Alison Steadman
Max.... Rasmus Hardiker
Julie.... Shobna Gulati

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie

Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in June 2016.

Andy (Tom Palmer) is beginning to settle in to the unusual seaside town of Flamford. When he and his Uncle Jeff (Philip Jackson) find an abandoned fridge in the street, Jeff seizes the opportunity to teach his nephew the value of entrepreneurship.

Unfortunately, his plans are complicated by a particularly diligent and zealous Police Officer (Mark Benton), a hard-nosed private landlord (Rasmus Hardiker) and Fish Shop Frank's refusal to see a business opportunity when it's sat on the pavement outside his chip shop.

Along the way, they meet a pair of half-hearted pirates, an eccentric plutocrat, Jeff's on-off paramour, Corinne (Alison Steadman) and the youngest-sounding pub landlord in Britain.

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

0103Dead Man's Dinner2016061320180202 (BBC7)
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Jeff and his nephew Andy are contacted by the editor of The Flamford Bugle. They have won a slap-up dinner for two at Flamford's poshest eaterie, The Royal Albion Hotel.

Eagerly anticipating the night out of a lifetime, Andy and Jeff's dreams of gourmet heaven quickly deteriorate into the nightmare of a lifetime. The prize had been promised to local citizen Wally Metcalfe, but he died just after the draw. Now his widow is on the warpath with her two burly sons.

Social media doesn't help either, and in no time there is a mob baying for Jeff and Andy's blood.

Andy.... Tom Palmer
Jeff.... Philip Jackson
Frank.... Mark Benton
PC Clark.... Mark Benton
Corinne.... Alison Steadman
Joyce.... Alison Steadman
Morag.... Alison Steadman
Kevin.... Rasmus Hardiker
Mira.... Shobna Gulati
Chris.... Gordon Kennedy

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie

Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in June 2016.

Jeff and Andy win a meal at Flamford's poshest hotel, opening a Pandora's Box of envy.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff (Philip Jackson) and his nephew Andy (Tom Palmer) are contacted by the Editor of The Flamford Bugle (Rasmus Hardiker). They have won a slap-up dinner for two at Flamford's poshest eaterie, The Royal Albion Hotel.

Eagerly anticipating the night out of a lifetime, Andy and Jeff's dreams of gourmet heaven quickly deteriorate into the nightmare of a lifetime. The prize had been promised to local citizen Wally Metcalfe, but he died just after the draw. Now his widow (Alison Steadman) is on the warpath with her two burly sons.

Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

0104Sunday, Flipping Sunday2016062020180209 (BBC7)
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Jeff and Andy are on a quest - Jeff for spiritual solace, Andy for a proper roast dinner.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Dawn breaks on a beautiful Sunday morning in Flamford. Uncle Jeff (Philip Jackson) is on a quest for spiritual comfort and persuades his nephew Andy (Tom Palmer) to join him by bribing him with the promise of a proper roast dinner.

They find that the local church has installed a new vicar, the Reverend Beverley (Shobna Gulati), who invites Jeff to her Bible class that evening. The words "bring a Bible" strike a chill to Jeff's heart. He has never owned a Bible, and neither has Andy.

They spend the rest of the day trying to find a bible on a Sunday, with Andy's stomach rumbling as he pictures his dinner slipping further away. On their quest they encounter Derek Horrox The Mayor (Rasmus Hardiker), Peter Humfriss, The Town Crier (Mark Benton), and a slightly unnerving bookseller.

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

They find that the local church has installed a new vicar, the Reverend Beverley (Shobna Gulati), who invites Jeff to her bible class that evening. The words ""bring a bible"" strike a chill to Jeff's heart. He has never owned a bible, and neither has Andy.

Dawn breaks on a beautiful Sunday morning in Flamford. Uncle Jeff is on a quest for spiritual comfort and persuades his nephew Andy to join him by bribing him with the promise of a proper roast dinner.

They find that the local church has installed a new vicar, the Reverend Beverley, who invites Jeff to her bible class that evening. The words "bring a bible" strike a chill to Jeff's heart. He has never owned a bible, and neither has Andy.

They spend the rest of the day trying to find a bible on a Sunday, with Andy's stomach rumbling as he pictures his dinner slipping further away. On their quest they encounter Derek Horrox The Mayor, Peter Humfriss, The Town Crier, and a slightly unnerving bookseller.

Jeff.... Philip Jackson
Andy.... Tom Palmer
Reverend Beverley.... Shobna Gulati
Derek Horrox the Mayor.... Rasmus Hardiker
Peter Humfriss, the Town Crier.... Mark Benton

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in June 2016.

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Uncle Jeff decides Andy needs a job to occupy his mind.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Andy (Tom Palmer) has found a level of contentment with the world - reading books, watching films, and generally repairing his wounded psyche. Uncle Jeff (Philip Jackson) is having none of this and reveals a hitherto unknown secret to Andy, that the dusty shop downstairs from his seaside flat belongs to Jeff. When necessary, it seems, he offers the community of Flamford a valuable service as an electrical repair person.

Jeff lures Andy into the shop and shows him how to use the till. Andy realises it's another of his uncle's ploys, and refuses this oblique yet unsubtle job offer. But Jeff, never the one to say "die", takes his nephew on a job search in which Andy is an unwilling participant.

Visits follow to Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton), the Tourist Information Office run by the uniformed and uninformed Steph and Pippa (Alison Steadman and Shobna Gulati), and Flamford's as-yet-unlicensed zoo.

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeff lures Andy into the shop and shows him how to use the till. Andy realises it's another of his uncle's ploys, and refuses this oblique yet unsubtle job offer. But Jeff, never the one to say ""die"", takes his nephew on a job search in which Andy is an unwilling participant.

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Uncle Jeff (Philip Jackson), out of the blue, decides that his nephew Andy (Tom Palmer) needs a girlfriend. Andy decides that he does not. Jeff persists - Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) has his niece visiting from down south, and she is, by all accounts, ""a lovely girl"".

While waiting for Andy to agree, Jeff takes him to the local hypermarket ostensibly for supplies, but in fact because Jeff has read in a magazine that supermarkets are the ideal place for young singles to meet.

While Jeff is wrongly detained for shoplifting, Andy runs into an old flame from London, Liz (Shobna Gulati). She's staying with her Uncle Frank - so this is the ""lovely girl"" Jeff's been banging on about! How can Andy rekindle the relationship with his old flame without - annoyingly - oving Jeff right?

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie

Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

Uncle Jeff (Philip Jackson), out of the blue, decides that his nephew Andy (Tom Palmer) needs a girlfriend. Andy decides that he does not. Jeff persists - Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) has his niece visiting from down south, and she is, by all accounts, "a lovely girl".

While waiting for Andy to agree, Jeff takes him to the local hypermarket ostensibly for supplies, but in fact because Jeff has read in a magazine that supermarkets are the ideal place for young singles to meet.

While Jeff is wrongly detained for shoplifting, Andy runs into an old flame from London, Liz (Shobna Gulati). She's staying with her Uncle Frank - so this is the "lovely girl" Jeff's been banging on about! How can Andy rekindle the relationship with his old flame without - annoyingly - oving Jeff right?

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeff (Philip Jackson) tries matchmaking and finds he's playing with fire. With Tom Palmer.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Writers: Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Producer/Director: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4.

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Welcome back to Flamford.

Series two of the comedy by Ian Brown and James Hendrie set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

In episode one, Andy returns to his uncle's seaside home.

Oddly, the town has been taken over by Brad Pitt and some Hollywood Nazis. Starring Philip Jackson, Tom Palmer and Alison Steadman.

An Absolutely Production

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2018.

Philip Jackson, Alison Steadman and Mark Benton star as the eccentric folk of Flamford.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Philip Jackson, Alison Steadman and Mark Benton star as the eccentric folk of Flamford.

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Jeff (Philip Jackson) borrows a van from Frank (Mark Benton) and ends up going too far.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Series two of the comedy by Ian Brown and James Hendrie set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff and Andy (Philip Jackson & Tom Palmer) borrow a van from Frank (Mark Benton) setting them on the road to ruin - or rather, a nude beach, A&E and a search for some drip trays.

An Absolutely Production

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2018.

0203The Mystery Of Room 662018052820200312 (BBC7)
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Philip Jackson, Alison Steadman and Mark Benton visit a misleadingly-named Escape Room.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

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Andy helps Jeff track down a vital document.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

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Jeff and Andy head off to find a lost sweet shop. With Philip Jackson and Mark Benton.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff (Philip Jackson) and Andy (Tom Palmer) go on a quixotic hunt for a lost sweet shop.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

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Andy and Jeff face affairs of the heart and cardiac arrest.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

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Andy and Jeff face affairs of the heart and cardiac arrest.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

0301Never The Twin20200610Philip Jackson and Alison Steadman enjoy a thoroughly Flamford Christmas - in September.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

It's September in Flamford, which can only mean one thing - the Flamford Christmas Market is in full flow. Jeff (Philip Jackson) persuades his recalcitrant London nephew Andy (James Northcote) to join him in a gift-shopping expedition.

Along the way they encounter pokerwork sign-maker and fire hazard Pam (Shobna Gulati), loud, lovelorn and now jobless Town Crier Peter Humfriss (Mark Benton) and The Ghost of Christmas-Who-Gives-A-Stuff - chiselling pensioner Mr Truepenny (Rasmus Hardiker).

Christmas, even though it’s September, is also a time for mysteries - one of which sees Jeff and Andy pitted against the enigmatic Applegarth twins (Alison Steadman and Alison Steadman).

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager: Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

0302Five Benches Outside Yatterby Hall Flamford20200617Philip Jackson and Alison Steadman star. Andy (James Northcote) has a haircut to remember.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Nothing could be more relaxing than a visit to a historical stately home - but this is Flamford. Andy (James Northcote) starts the day with a rather alarming haircut and it’s downhill from there on.

Jeff (Philip Jackson) drags Andy on a quest to local heritage site, Yatterby Hall, where he hopes to snag the autograph of his hero, Sir Trevor McDonald. On the way, they meet disgruntled and vengeful Big Blue Bus guide Glenn (Rasmus Hardiker), disgruntled and despondent primary school teacher Brendan Liversedge (Mark Benton) and several disgruntled and thin-skinned costumed museum guides.

Lording it over them all (quite literally) is Lord Yatterby, Johnny Hussey-Gore-Marshbanks (also Mark Benton), his conversationally-challenged wife Francesca (Shobna Gulati), his scheming dowager mother (Alison Steadman) and Alfred, his junkie son (Rasmus Hardiker).

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager: Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

0303The Haunting Of Jeffrey Whittaker20200624This week Jeff and Andy (Philip Jackson and James Northcote) meddle with the supernatural.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff (Philip Jackson) is having one of his occasional dark afternoons of the soul. Andy (James Northcote) decides he needs a project. As luck would have it, the local pub landlord Phil Loynes (Rasmus Hardiker) needs a gimmick to boost his flagging sales.

Jeff wonders if a ghost would help: “Every pub needs a ghost” and he tells the story of the mysterious Grey Lady of Sharpwater Green. Even though the story is completely invented by Jeff, he and Andy go out of their way to make it real, with the help of veteran ghost-faker Fish Shop Frank Bridgwater (Mark Benton).

While our heroes are grappling with forces they do not comprehend, their friend Joyce (Alison Steadman) is struggling with a creature she cannot control - a large dog called Goliath.

Will the Flamford False Phantom Fakers fall victim to the most inexorable power of all - social media?

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager: Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

0304The Agreement20200701Andy (James Northcote) and Jeff (Philip Jackson) have a big problem to solve - each other.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Andy (James Northcote) and Jeff (Philip Jackson) find they have a big problem to solve - each other.

Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) suggests Couples Therapy as it worked so well for his ex-wife (and for him too, if he’d turned up). After a session with unorthodox therapist Dr Coulson (Alison Steadman), the treatment is such a success that Andy decides to move out.

Jeff, though wounded, puts a brave face on it and gets on with his life as best he can. Meanwhile, Andy, by contrast, is living the high life. He’s run into an old friend from London, Sean (Rasmus Hardiker), and they’re visiting nightclubs and restaurants and comedy gigs together.

Will Andy learn to appreciate true friendship? Will Jeff stop complaining about Andy cluttering up the hall with his shoes? When will Andy start to miss the plain but honest things that Jeff has to offer - like a really fierce and satisfying game of Scrabble?

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager: Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

0305Strangers And A Drain20200708Funny how a little mistake can lead to big trouble. With Philip Jackson and Mark Benton.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff (Philip Jackson) ill-advisedly offers to clean the chaotic drains of his girlfriend Corinne (Alison Steadman) while she’s away at a pest control conference.

Seeking to free himself from this unsavoury task, Jeff strikes a murky deal with Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton) to swap DIY tasks - Frank will clear Corinne’s drains and Jeff will fix Frank’s shelves.

However, things don’t go according to plan. The hapless pair are sucked into a swirling vortex leading to a seething netherworld of crime and Mariachi. Along the way they once again meet punctilious and pedantic policeman, PC Clarke (“That’s Clarke with an ‘e’”) and also unorthodox and erratic limo driver, Psycho Pete (Rasmus Hardiker).

In the meantime, Andy (James Northcote) is training to be a bingo-caller. Unlucky for some - 13.

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

0306 LASTFly Flamford20200715Jeff (Philip Jackson) and Andy (James Northcote) are waiting for a plane. In vain.

Sitcom set in the eccentric seaside town of Flamford following City burn-out Andy Chambers

Jeff (Philip Jackson) and Andy (James Northcote) are awaiting their departure from Winifred Holtby International Airport, formerly RAF Flamford Heath, with a major repurposing in the 90s as Flamin’ Wheels Go-Kart Centre.

They’ve taken advantage of The Flamford Bugle’s 2-for-1 ticket offer to mark the “exciting new route” to Rome-Maremma by low budget airline AlexAir.

They’re soon joined by Fish Shop Frank (Mark Benton), Copper Kettle proprietor and nervous flyer Joyce Rickles (Alison Steadman) and Flamford’s Number One aged curmudgeon, Mr Truepenny (Rasmus Hardiker) - all of them with an eye for a bargain and all of them fellow 2-for-1 ticketeers.

Frank has already started on the pints (“What? I’m on holiday”), Joyce has been on a Flying-With-Confidence course (“My mantra is ‘Turnips’”) and Mr Truepenny is behaving more oddly than normal (“I dropped an E earlier and I think it’s kicking in”). They soon find cheapest is not always best.

As the flight delays mount, so tempers rise and questions are asked. When’s the plane leaving? What is Frank’s secret? Who is Simon? And why does WH Smith sell water in litre bottles which you cannot possibly finish before you reach the security gate?

Starring:
Philip Jackson
Alison Steadman
Mark Benton
Shobna Gulati
Rasmus Hardiker
James Northcote

Created and Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Studio Engineered and Edited by Leon Chambers
Production Manager Sarah Tombling
Produced and Directed by Gordon Kennedy

Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London

An Absolutely Production for BBC Radio 4